Add a cover

General information  

  • Date of birth : 10/01/1948

Links  

Alias  

  • Sanderson William

Ratings

This media has not been rated yet.
Be the first one!

To rate this media or to interact with your friends, create a free mediatly account. You'll also be able to collaborate with our growing community and make it you digital entertainment center.

Friends who like

Sign up to see which of your friends like this.

Linked media  

Linking media

Mediatly © 2013

Mediatly, The multimedia social network

Discover new movies and TV shows to watch, novels or comics to read, music to hear and games to play thanks to your friends. It's fast, free, simple and enjoyable!
To start discover a new world, Sign up for free

  
William Sanderson (1948)

Type :  

  Summary  

William Sanderson is an American character actor.

  Biography  

 early life
Sanderson was born in Memphis, Tennessee, to an elementary school teacher mother and a landscape designer father. He holds business and law degrees from the University of Memphis .

 career
Sanderson has appeared in many movies, and is known for his role in the 1982 classic science fiction film Blade Runner as J. F. Sebastian. Sanderson also portrayed a character named "Deuce" in an episode of the science fiction television series Babylon 5, and later reprised the role in the television movie Babylon 5: Thirdspace. He is also the basis and the voice for the recurring character of Dr. Karl Rossum in Batman: The Animated Series. Sanderson starred in the controversial film Fight for Your Life, which has a strict ban in the United Kingdom.

As a guest, he has made appearances in television shows, and his credits include The X-Files, Knight Rider, Married... with Children, Babylon 5, ER, Walker, Texas Ranger, and Coach. He plays a key role in an audio dramatization of Ursula K. Le Guin's "Vaster than Empires and More Slow" in NPR's 2000X series. In 2001, Sanderson played a courageous bartender named Dewey in Tom Selleck's TNT film Crossfire Trail.

He portrayed "Larry" in the American TV show Newhart from 1982 to 1990, famous for the catchphrase, "Hi, I'm Larry. This is my brother Darryl, and this is my other brother Darryl."

Sanderson returned to television playing E. B. Farnum in the HBO television series Deadwood from 2004 to 2006. His role is a tragicomic hotelier and first mayor of Deadwood. In 2008, Sanderson joined the cast of True Blood playing town Sheriff Bud Dearborne.

Sanderson portrayed "Oldham", the resident interrogation expert of the DHARMA Initiative in the 10th episode of the fifth season of ABC's series Lost. He appears in the Current TV series Bar Karma as a bartender.

Show more

  Played TV shows  

  Crew    

  Companies    

  Photos    

  Videos  

  Press reviews    

  User reviews

  Sources

Whole or part of the information contained in this card come from the Wikipedia article "William Sanderson", licensed under CC-BY-SA full list of contributors here.