Bill D'Elia has been an Executive Producer/Director on at least a dozen television series including How To Get Away With Murder, The Crazy Ones, Monday Mornings, Harry's Law, Boston Legal, and Ally McBeal.
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D'Elia grew up in Queens, New York City, and is a second generation Italian-American. He graduated from Ithaca College, and earned a master's degree in communication arts from William Paterson University in 1972. D'Elia has two sons with his wife, Ellie Dombroski: actor and comedian Chris D'Elia, and filmmaker Matt D'Elia. Career
He began his career adapting Thomas Berger's Pulitzer Prize nominated novel The Feud, which he also produced and directed. His two children are the stand up comedian and actor Chris D'Elia (Man on Fire, Incorrigible, Undateable) and writer/director Matt D'Elia (American Animal, Boss Weed, Powderkeg). He is married to Ellie, an Interior Decorator.
William "Big Billy" D'Elia (born June 24, 1946) is a Pennsylvania mobster and the current boss of the Bufalino crime family . Contents 1 Background 2 Prosecution and prison 3 Personal life 4 See also 5 References 6 Further reading 7 External links Background [ edit]
William J. D’Elia is a personal injury attorney with the Stein-Caron Law Group. Mr. D’Elia’s practice centers around the firm’s active litigation caseload, where he is responsible for researching complex legal issues, drafting and responding to pleadings and discovery, attending depositions, mediations and preparing cases for trial.
Bill D'Elia is an executive producer and director of television shows, with many popular and award-winning shows to his credit. He has been supporting Brady’s work for over 20 years, formerly as a National Board Member and currently as a member of the Southern California Regional Leadership Council.