- Date of Birth:
- December 17, 1953
- 5' 10"
Bill Pullman (born William James Pullman, in Hornell, New York on December 17, 1953) is an American actor. Bill made his film debut in the 1986 film, Ruthless People, alongside Danny DeVito and Bete Midler. Since then, he’s starred in a number of major, feature films, including Spaceballs, While You Were Sleeping, The Grudge, and the Independence Day sequels. In addition to films, Bill has also played roles on TV, with one of his most famous roles being the U.S. president in the comedy series, 1600 Penn.
Best Known For:
Bill Pullman is best known for is best known for his role in the Independence Day films. He first starred in the first film in 1996 as the the Unites States, President Whitmore. And in June 2016, he reprised his role as President Whitmore in Independence Day: Resurgence.
Bill Pullman is married to Tamara Hurwitz. The couple has three children together. Together, Bill’s family own a cattle ranch in Montana, near the town of Whitehall, where he lives part-time.