Theatre, Film, and Television Biographies
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Bill Morrison Biography (1940-)
Born January 22, 1940, in Ballymoney, County Antrim, Northern Ireland; married Valerie Lilley, 1968; children: one son, one daughter. Addresses: Agent--Alan Brodie, Representation, 91 Regent St., London W1R 7TB, England.
- Birth Details
- January 22, 1940
- Ballymoney, Ireland
Credits; STAGE DIRECTOR
- Directed On Approval, Dublin, Ireland, 1967; The Lion in Winter, London,1969; Two Gentlemen of Verona, London, 1969; Conn and Conquerors of Space (also see below), Falmer, Sussex, England, 1969; Aladdin and His Magic Lamp (also see below), Stoke-on-Trent, England, 1971; A Doll's House, Playhouse Theatre, Liverpool, England; Ladies in Waiting, Playhouse Theatre; These Men, Playhouse Theatre; Skirmishes, Playhouse Theatre; Walking on Water, Playhouse Theatre;A Lesson from Aloes, Playhouse Theatre; I Want, Playhouse Theatre; Breezeblock Park, Playhouse Theatre; Alfie, Playhouse Theatre; Cavern of Dreams, Playhouse Theatre; The Divvies Are Coming, Playhouse Theatre; The Beastly Beatitudes of Balthazar B.
Credits; STAGE APPEARANCES
- Appeared as Nick, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolfe?, Dublin, 1966; BarneyMuldoon, Illuminatus!, Liverpool, 1978.
Credits; FILM WORK
- Story consultant and makeup artist, Robot Ninja, 1989; makeup artist, Zombie Cop, 1991; makeup artist, Kingdom of the Vampire, 1991.
Credits; FILM APPEARANCES
- Sinful Davey, United Artists, 1969.
- Bar patron, Touch and Go, Tri-Star, 1986.
- Uncle Earl, Like Father, Like Son, Tri-Star, 1987.
- Driver, Benefit of the Doubt (also known as Daddy's Home), Miramax, 1993.
- Also appeared in The Wizard of Speed and Time, 1988; Buddy Revelle, RobotNinja, 1989; Iron Thunder, 1990; Buddy, Zombie Cop, 1991.
Credits; TELEVISION WORK
- Second assistant director, They Came from Outer Space (series), syndicated, 1990.
- First assistant director, Arthur the Kid (special), 1981.
- Tess of the d'Ubervilles (adapted from Thomas Hardy's novel of the same title) produced in Stoke-on-Trent, 1971, published by Macmillan (London), 1980.
- Sam Slade Is Missing (also see below), produced in Derby, 1972, publishedin The Best Short Plays 1973, edited by Stanley Richards, Chilton, 1973.
- Flying Blind, produced in Liverpool, 1977, published by Faber (London), 1978.
- Author of Love and a Bottle (adapted from George Farquhar's play), produced in Dublin, 1966; Laugh But Listen Well, produced in Dublin, 1967; Conn andConquerors of Space, produced in Falmer, Sussex, 1969; Please Don't Shoot MeWhen I'm Down, produced in Manchester, England, 1969; Jupiter-5, produced inStoke-on-Trent, 1970; Aladdin and His Magic Lamp, produced in Stoke-on-Trent, 1971; The Time Travellers, produced in Stoke-on-Trent, 1971; Patrick's Day,produced in New Haven, CT, 1972; The Love of Lady Margaret (also see below),produced in London, 1973; The Irish Immigrants Tale, produced in Liverpool,1976; The Emperor of Ice-Cream (adapted from Brian Moore's novel; also see below), produced in Dublin, 1977; Ellen Cassidy (also see below), produced in Liverpool, 1978; Time on Our Hands, produced in Belfast, 1979; Dr. Jekyll of Rodney Street, produced in Liverpool, 1979; Scrap!, produced in Liverpool, 1982; with Carol Ann Duffy, Cavern of Dreams, produced in Liverpool, 1984; Run,Run, Runaway, produced in Liverpool, 1986; Be Bop a Lula, 1988; Blues in A-Flat (also see below), 1989.
- Author of Sam Slade Is Missing, 1971; The Love of Lady Margaret, 1972; The Great Gun-Running Episode, 1974; Ellen Cassidy, 1974; The Emperor of Ice-Cream, 1975; Crime and Punishment (adapted from Fedor Dostoevsky's novel of thesame title), 1975; Crow's Flight (adapted from Dimitri Kehaidis's play), 1975; Simpson and Son, 1977; The Big Sleep (adapted from Raymond Chandler's novel), 1977; The High Window (adapted from Raymond Chandler's novel), 1977; TheLady in the Lake (adapted from Raymond Chandler's novel), 1977; The Little Sister (adapted from Raymond Chandler's novel), 1977; The Long Goodbye (adaptedfrom Raymond Chandler's novel), 1977; Maguire, 1979; The Spring of Memory, 1981; Blues in A-Flat, 1989.
- Author of McKinley and Sarah, 1973; Joggers, 1978; Potatohead Blues, 1982; Shergar, 1986; A Safe House, 1990.
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