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William Michael Hootkins was born on July 5, 1948, in Dallas, Texas. He moved to London, England in the early '70s and lived there up until 2002. Hootkins was an actor at Theatre Intime while attending Princeton University where he learned how to speak fluent Mandarin Chinese. He also trained as an actor at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts, and attended St. Marks, where he was in the same theater group as Tommy Lee Jones. The imposingly bulky and heavyset Hootkins first began acting in films and TV shows alike in the mid '70s. His more noteworthy parts include the first of the Rebel fighter pilots to get killed while attacking the Death Star in "Star Wars", scientist Topol's bumbling oaf assistant in "Flash Gordon", Major Eaton, sent by the US government in "Raiders of the Lost Ark", one of Rod Steiger's demented sons in "American Gothic", a corrupt police lieutenant in "Batman", a disgusting sleazy voyeur in "Hardware", a coarse South African police chief in "Dust Devil", the mysterious and duplicitous Mr. X in "Hear My Song", a haughty corporate executive in "Death Machine", Santa Claus in "Like Father, Like Santa", and an opera-singing vampire in "The Breed". Moreover, Hootkins had small parts in two "Pink Panther" pictures: he's a taxi driver in both "The Trail of the Pink Panther" and "Curse of the Pink Panther". Among the TV shows he did guest spots on are "Yanks Go Home", "Agony", "Play for Today", "Tales of the Unexpected", "The Life and Times of David Lloyd George", "Brett Maverick", "Cagney and Lacey", "Taxi", "Hammer House of Mystery and Suspense", "Poirot", "Chancer", "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles", "The Tomorrow People", "The West Wing", and "Absolute Power". Hootkins received many accolades for his outstanding performance as Sir Alfred Hitchcock in Terry Johnson's hit play "Hitchcock Blonde". In addition to his substantial film and TV credits, Hootkins was also a popular and prolific voice artist who recorded dozens of plays for BBC Radio Drama; he supplied the voices for such iconic individuals as Orson Welles, J. Edgar Hoover, and Winston Churchill. William Hootkins died of pancreatic cancer on October 23, 2005. IMDb Mini Biography


The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Espionage Escapades (2007)
as Sergei Diaghilev
Colour Me Kubrick (2006)
as Frank Rich
Blessed (2004)
as Detective Lauderdale
Mars: Pioneering the Planet (2003)
Hamilton Mattress (2002)
as Senor Balustrade (voice)
The Breed (2001)
as Fusco
Something to Believe In (1998)
as Car Dealer
The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)
as Kiril
Gospa (1995)
as judge Marulic
Funny Bones (1995)
as Al
Death Machine (1994)
as John Carpenter
La Vida Láctea (1993)
as Julian Reilly
The Cement Garden (1993)
as Commander Hunt (voice)
A River Runs Through It (1992)
as Murphy
Dust Devil (1992)
as Capt. Beyman
Hear My Song (1991)
as Mr. X
The Pope Must Die (1991)
as Cardinal Verucci
Hardware (1990)
as Lincoln Wineberg Jr.
Batman (1989)
as Eckhardt
American Gothic (1987)
as Teddy
Superman IV: The Quest for Peace (1987)
as Harry Howler
A State of Emergency (1986)
Haunted Honeymoon (1986)
as Reporter
Zina (1986)
as Walter Adams
Biggles (1986)
as Chuck
White Nights (1985)
as Chuck Malarek
Dreamchild (1985)
as 1st Radio Actor
Water (1985)
as Ben
Curse of the Pink Panther (1983)
as Taxi Driver
The Tempest (1983)
as Caliban
Trail of the Pink Panther (1982)
as Taxi Driver
Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981)
as Major Eaton
The Life and Times of David Lloyd George (1981)
as Winston Churchill
Sphinx (1981)
as Don
Flash Gordon (1980)
as Munson
Hussy (1980)
as 1st. Punter
Bad Timing (1980)
as Col. Taylor
Hanover Street (1979)
as Beef
The Lady Vanishes (1979)
as Party Guest
The Lost Boys (1978)
as Charles Frohman
Come Back, Little Sheba (1977)
as Postman
Valentino (1977)
as Fatty
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope [4K77] [DNR] (1977)
as Red Six (Porkins)
Star Wars (1977)
as Red Six (Porkins)
Twilight's Last Gleaming (1977)
as Sgt. Fitzpatrick
Big Zapper (1973)
as Kono's Henchman