William J Corcoran
Bill Corcoran is a veteran television actor who worked as a director and producer in the latter parts of his lengthy career. His first brush with the film industry came when he was 12 when he was hired as a stunt double for the Canadian TV series "The Forest Rangers". Thus began his career as a young actor; Corcoran worked extensively on television, appearing in the classic sitcom "My Three Sons", the spy series "The Man from U.N.C.L.E.", and the madcap superhero show "Batman". Behind the camera, Corcoran began working as an assistant director before debuting as a director on the TV series "Ritter's Cove" in 1980. He continued to work extensively in television throughout the '80s, directing episodes of the teen drama "21 Jump Street", the organized-crime serial "Wiseguy", and the action staple "MacGyver". Returning to his native Canada, Corcoran directed the movie pilot of the primetime soap "Falcon Beach", eventually directing eight episodes of the sexy series.