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Bill Raymond

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Occupation  Actor
Name  Bill Raymond
Role  Actor

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Awards  Obie Award for Performance
Movies and TV shows  12 Monkeys, The Wire, Dogville, What Alice Found, Michael Clayton
Similar  Richard Ledes, Jay Craven, David Simon, Roger Pratt, John Sayles

William Joseph "Bill" Raymond (born September 9, 1938) is an American actor who has appeared in film, television and theatre since the 1960s.

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Life and career

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He is featured in the second and fifth seasons of the HBO drama The Wire as "The Greek", the mysterious head of an international criminal organization. Other TV appearances include Miami Vice, Law & Order, Third Watch, Ed and As the World Turns.

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Bill co-stars as Dr. Carroll on The Cobblestone Corridor, premiering on October 16 on CPTV.

Film

His film credits include Eight Men Out, Michael Clayton, C.H.U.D., The Crow, Quick Change, How I Got into College, My New Gun, 12 Monkeys, Stranger in the Kingdom and Dogville.

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Raymond played Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Schuyler Colfax in Steven Spielberg's Lincoln. in 2014, he played the lead role in the ghost film Foreclosure.

Theater

Raymond was also an active member of the experimental theater group Mabou Mines in the 1970s and 1980s.

He has played Ebenezer Scrooge in the Hartford Stage production of Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol for over a decade.

Raymond was also active in the early days of the R.G.Davis Mime Troupe in San Francisco 1960s. (see Davis, R.G. "The San Francisco Mime Troupe:The First Ten Years." Ramparts, Palo Alto 1975)

Radio

The ZBS production of Ruby the Galactic Gumshoe lists Raymond as the voice actor for the character "T. J. Teru".

References

Bill Raymond Wikipedia