WILLIAM B. DAVIS
It is with great sadness that we have to postpone our upcoming production of Look Back In Anger as a precaution related to the coronavirus.
At this critical moment, the safety of our patrons, cast and other members of our collective needs to be our priority.
We are hoping to reschedule the show in the fall or in the beginning of next year and will update you as soon as possible.
WILLIAM B. DAVIS in 50 STATES OF FRIGHT produced by SAM RAIMI
Produced by Sam Raimi (Spider Man, Army of Darkness, The Evil Dead) 50 States of Fright invites you on a journey into the dark heart of America. William plays the unseen role of Frank in the upcoming episode Dogwood-Azalea, of the new series on Quibit.
DAVIS HAS BEEN CAST IN A MAJOR RECURRING ROLE IN AMAZON'S SCI-FI COMEDY: UPLOAD.
Created by Greg Daniels, Upload is set in a technologically advanced future where hologram phones, 3D food printers and automated grocery stores are the norm. Most uniquely, humans can choose to be “uploaded” into a virtual afterlife when they find themselves near death.
William B. Davis is David Choak, a powerful dead billionaire. Choak has bought himself a better digital afterlife than everyone else. Cynical and smug, Choak feels his wealth proves that he deserves it.
Read full article on Deadline Hollywood.
The film AMAZON FALLS with William B. Davis and directed by Katrin Bowen, has just been released on Amazon. Also available on iTunes.
Watch William's interview on Amazon Falls at the Toronto Film Festival:
William is working on the feature adaptation of the play Homeward Bound that he has directed in theatre in 2017. He is looking for some producers interested to get involved in the project. Contact us.
William was at FanExpo Vancouver
In January, 2020, in order to keep his acting in fighting trim and to enrich his teaching and directing, William enrolled in a one week intensive workshop in Vancouver with esteemed teacher, Carol Rosenfeldt, from New York’s HB Studios and a selection of leading Vancouver actors. With long time colleague, Douglas Abel, they worked on a challenging scene from Ibsen’s John Gabriel Borkman”.
A great part for William: John Gabriel Borkman, once an illustrious entrepreneur, has been brought low by a prison sentence for fraud. As he paces alone in an upstairs room, bankrupt and disgraced, he is obsessed by dreams of his comeback.
William with Carol Rosenfeld and a stellar group of actors, at Carol Rosenfeld's workshop at Vanarts.
William with Douglas Abel in Ibsen's John Gabriel Borkman
Picture by Ilaria Vecchi
William as John Gabriel Borkman
Picture by Ilaria Vecchi