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Representation (as Actor): 
Katherine Dodd + Eloise Georgaris
Creative Representation (Sydney) • Web:
Ph: (+61 2) 9690 5900   Em:

Contact Creative Representation now

Representation (as Voice Artist): 
Jules Tyler + Renata Cycz + Emma Hodge
RMK Voice Management •  Web:
Ph: (+61 2) 9922 1300   Em:

Contact RMK now

Bill Young is one of Australia's most experienced character actors with over 20 feature films under his belt, a wealth of television experience, an impressive array of theatre credits, and is one of Australia's premier voiceover artists.

He also directs (film, theatre and television) and his feature film, "The Roly Poly Man" and is available on DVD. "The Roly Poly Man" picked up a number of international film festival awards, most notably the Vincent Price Audience Award at XVth Fantafestival (Italy).

Bill has just wrapped filming on the feature film DROWN directed by Dean Francis. In recent times he appeared as Sir Llew Edwards in the critically aclaimed mini-series DEVIL'S DUST, documenting the James Hardie asbestos scandal. He shall also be seen mid 2013 in Baz Luhrmann's exciting production of THE GREAT GATSBY. His scenes were shot in the fabled Valley of the Ashes.

Bill was also spied on TV in A MODEL DAUGHTER and the Hanks/Spielberg produced mini-series "THE PACIFIC" playing the role of Lt Col McMaster. Other screen work includes 'Emergence', 'The Pacific', 'Superman Returns', 'Japanese Story', 'You Can't Stop The Murders', 'Chopper', 'The Nuggett', 'The Matrix', and 'The Road to Nhill' as well as the dramatised doco "The Bridge" playing the role of Jack Lang which won the Logie Award for Best Documentary in 2008. He has also had the honour of working as a SpFX assistant, blowing wind on Wookies in the latest Star Wars epic, "The Return of the Sith". Not a lot of actors can claim that dubious pleasure!

The Roly Poly Man (IMDb)

If you would like to watch THE ROLY POLY MAN, click on this link.

...or this link!

Voiceover demo

Bill banging on at YouTube!

The big news is that Bill is now represented for all his acting work by Katherine and Eloise at Creative Management in Sydney. He still retains Jules and the gang at RMK for all his Voice Over work.

He also played bass for the second year in the Stanley Steamers, the house band for the Black + White Artists Awards night in 2012 (and had the wonderful pleasure of jamming for a while with the legendary artist/musician, Reg Mombassa!)
Bill with producer Karl Conti and co-director/cameraman Myles Conti in Norway

A VERY SHORT WAR, narrated and co-directed (with Myles Conti) by Bill and written and researched by his sister Susan, went to air on the History Channel (2010), the ABC (2012) and NRK Norway (2012) to great reviews. Helen Matthews of Cabinfever Distribution
 is handling all international sales. 

Click here for Cabinfever

Poster for 'A Very Short War'

The DVD of A VERY SHORT WAR is now available through the following link.

Purchase a DVD of A VERY SHORT WAR

Or view A VERY SHORT WAR as an online download!

A VERY SHORT WAR's website


Music, b+w photography, art, carpentry, gardening, activism, small gatherings with interesting well as playing in 'therapy' bands.

Check out Bill's page on the IMDb (Internet Movie Database)


Bill as Jack Lang, Premier of NSW (1932), in the dramatised documentary

As Dr Morris in "Emergence"

Bill is a keen black and white photography and has participated in a number of joint exhibitions with his good friend, watercolourist Michael Ferguson. Click on the link in the navigation panel to view some of Bill's shots.


Bill's Acting agent - Creative Representation

Bill's Voice Over agent - RMK

Bill's Showcast link

Actors Equity (MEAA)

Take 2 Creative Audio

Arizona Music

The History of the Kirribilli Pub Theatre

Conti Bros Films


"OUR TOM' - a fascinating new film about the legendary Thomas Blamey

You can email Bill direct via his safe little Hotmail address!

Bill is currently the Treasurer of the Actors Benevolent Fund of NSW, a fund established in 1944 to assist those in the entertainment industry who, through injury, illness or disability, are unable to work, either temporarily or in some cases for the rest of their lives.

Click here for the ABF