Bill Dunn was an actor who founded his entertainment career success with roles in film. Known for making audiences laugh, Dunn began his acting career in comedies like "Andrea" (1976) starring Odette Laurent and "Yiddish Connection" (1986) starring Charles Aznavour. He also was featured in the miniseries "Sins" (1985-86). He worked in series television while getting his start in acting, including a part on "Face to Face" (NBC, 1945-47). His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like the biopic drama "The Wolf at the Door" (1987) with Donald Sutherland, the comedy "Sauf votre respect" (1989) with Michael Brandon and the adventure "Presume Dangereux" (1990) with Michael Brandon. He also landed roles in the miniseries "Hemingway" (1987-88) and "King of the Olympics: The Lives and Loves of Avery Brundage" (1987-88). Dunn continued to exercise his talent in the nineties through the early 2000s, taking on a mix of projects like "Voyager" (1992), "CatDog" (Nickelodeon, 1997-2000) and "Men in Black: The Series" (Warner Bros. Television Network, 1997-2002). His credits also expanded to "Fire at Sea" (History, 2000-01) and "The Batman" (Warner Bros. Television Network, 2004-08). Dunn most recently acted in the musical drama "I Saw the Light" (2016) with Tom Hiddleston.