has been telling stories for most of his life, as an actor, improviser,
filmmaker, teacher, and writer. He is a graduate of Brandeis University
and has an MFA in Film from Boston University.
Bill’s passion for politics was evident from an early age. As a
seventh grader, he drew political cartoons of Michael Dukakis and George
H.W. Bush for the middle school magazine in his hometown of Easton, Connecticut.
This passion would later translate to political writing for the Huffington
Post and his first novel: THE SCANDAL PLAN.
After nearly ten years in Los Angeles, Bill recently returned to the great
state of Massachusetts, where he lives with his wife and two sons. These
days you will find him teaching history and writing stories.
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