Billy’s Acting Credits:
For further info, go to Billy’s listing on imdb.com.
A TIME FOR FEAR (2001)-Father Timothy
DANCING AT THE HARVEST MOON (TV)-2001-himself
KING OF QUEENS (1998) (Series)-sings theme
JOHNNY BRAVO (1996) (Cartoon series)-voice
COW & CHICKEN (1996) (Cartoon series)-voice
NAOMI & WYNONNA: LOVE CAN BUILD A BRIDGE (1995)-Pops
RISING SUN (1995) (TV)- Blind singer
AHH!!!REAL MONSTERS (1995) (Cartoon series)-voice: Slickis, recurring role
MONSTER MANIA (1995) (Cartoon series)-voice
BAYWATCH NIGHTS (1995) (Series)
DOUBLE RUSH (1994) (Series)-Mickey
BOY MEETS WORLD (1994) (Series)-Larry
RIDE WITH THE WIND (1993) (TV)-sings offscreen
BEVERLY HILLS, 90210 (1992) (Series)-Duke Weatherhill, recurring role
ANGEL CITY (1991) (TV pilot)-
KEEPER OF THE CITY (1991)-Cop
LATE FOR DINNER (1991)-Late night DJ
BAYWATCH (1991) (Series)-Steve Roye
ONLY YOU (1991)-Sings end title song
INTIMATE STRANGER (1991)-Ricardo
RAINBOW DRIVE (1990)-himself
THE DOORS (1990)-Miami promoter
MIDNIGHT CALLER (1989) (Series)-
SUMMER DREAMS: THE STORY OF THE BEACH BOYS (1989)-Sal
RAGIN’ CAJUN (1988)-himself
ALMOST GROWN (1988) (Series)-
DEAD SOLID PERFECT (1988) (TV)-Sings offscreen
DESPERATE FOR LOVE (1988) (TV)-High school teacher
FINISH LINE (1988) (TV)-The Doormouse
EMPTY NEST (1988) (Series)-Sings theme
WISE GUY (1987) (Series)-
BAJA OKLAHOMA (1987) (TV)-Lonnie Slocum
ROOMIES (1987) (Series)-Composed and sings theme
HARD COPY (1987) (Series)-
TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT (1986) (TV)-himself
THROB (1986) (Series)-
BLIND DATE (1986)-himself
SCARECROW & MRS. KING (1986) (Series)-
INSIDERS (1985) (Series)-Hit man
RITUALS (1985) (Series)-Recurring role
KNOTT’S LANDING (1985) (TV)-
ALICE (1984) (Series)-Cop
DAYS OF OUR LIVES (1984) (Series)-himself
THE ADVENTURES OF BUCKAROO BANZAI (1983)-Pinky Carruthers
BV’s words of wisdom
for would-be actors:
Know your lines.
Show up on time. In fact, show up early.
Do what the director says.
Don’t be a diva or a pain in the ass.
Be nice to the crew. Especially the cameraman.
Don’t over-think your “motivation”.
Advice from Billy’s father, an announcer at NBC for more than 30 years, regarding voice-overs:
Show up early.
Have no opinions.
Don’t give anybody any crap.