William Bishop

William Bishop

  • Born on
    • July 16th, 1918
  • Died on
    • October 3rd, 1959
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. William Paxton Bishop (July 16 1918 - October 3 1959) was an American television and movie actor from Oak Park, Illinois. He was best known for his role as Steve Connors on the 1950's NBC comedy series It's a Great Life[1] and for his roles in films including Harriet Craig, The Killer That Stalked New York and in numerous B-Movies and westerns such as The Tougher They Come, Gun Belt, The Basketball Fix, Cripple Creek and Wyoming Renegades. Description above from the Wikipedia article William Bishop (actor), licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.


Acting (12 Credits)

1955Top Gun as Canby Judd
1953The Redhead from Wyoming as Jim Averell
1950The Killer That Stalked New York as Dr. Ben Wood
1950Harriet Craig as Wes Miller
1949The Walking Hills as Dave "Shep" Wilson
1949Mr. Soft Touch as Radio Broadcaster (Voice) (Uncredited)
1948Coroner Creek as Leach Conover
1947The Romance of Rosy Ridge as Ad Buchanan
1947Song of the Thin Man as Al Amboy
1943Cry 'Havoc' as Soldier
1943Lost Angel as Reporter (uncredited)
1943A Guy Named Joe as Ray - Transport Pilot

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