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William Baldwin Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 1963
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Bright and articulate actor William Baldwin, a graduate in political science from State University of New York at Binghamton, left the political arena of Capitol Hill to become an actor after his older brother, [[Performer~P3515~Alec Baldwin~alecbaldwin]], became a successful movie star. For his first couple of years in Hollywood, [[Performer~P177307~William~paulwilliams]] could only find work in advertisements. He got his first break when he was hired to play Robert Chambers in the television movie [[Feature~V39053~The Preppie Murder~thepreppiemurder]] (1989). That year, Baldwin made his big-screen debut playing a small role in [[Performer~P112907~Oliver Stone~oliverstone]]'s Born on the Fourth of July. In 1990, Baldwin had his first major role playing opposite [[Performer~P26545~Richard Gere~richardgere]] in Internal Affairs. He then had a leading role in the dark sci-fi-fantasy [[Feature~V17756~Flatliners~flatliners]] (1990). A major hit, Baldwin showed the makings of a real star, following up with [[Feature~V3686~Backdraft~backdraft]] (1991) and the ill-received [[Feature~V45200~Sliver~sliver]] (1993). But though he has demonstrated considerable talent and an appealing boyish sexuality, the major stardom enjoyed by [[Performer~P3515~Alec Baldwin~alecbaldwin]] has thus far eluded him, though he continues to work steadily in films, such as [[Feature~V136783~Curdled~curdled]] (1997). Baldwin's other brothers, Daniel and Stephen, are also actors. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi