Irwin voices the robot TARS in the film Interstellar and puppeteers the robot in most scenes (those which are not computer-generated). He is featured in the PBS series Great Performances, in the episode titled "Bill Irwin, Clown Prince", initially broadcast in December 2004.
Bill Irwin, Actor: Rachel Getting Married. Bill Irwin was born on April 11, 1950, in Santa Monica, California, to Elizabeth (Mills), a teacher, and Horace G. Irwin, an aerospace engineer. He is the oldest of three children, and is of English, Irish, and German descent. Irwin spent a year in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as an exchange student. He is a graduate in theatre arts from Oberlin ...
This video shows behind the scenes footage from the production of the concept trailer for Blind Courage (the movie). Interviews by Clint Ross (Director), Bill Oberst, Jr. (Actor), Lukas Franck (The Seeing Eye), and Debra Irwin (Bill's widow) share their thoughts about Bill Irwin and his journey thru-hiking 2100 miles on the Appalachian Trail.
Who is Bill Irwin? People tend to think of him as an actor, a dancer, a performance artist, a vaudeville clown. But he's also a producer, director, writer, and choreographer. Sometimes it's sort of hard to describe exactly what Bill does, but people who have seen him agree - he does it well.
Bill Irwin was born on April 11, 1950, in Santa Monica, California, to Elizabeth (Mills), a teacher, and Horace G. Irwin, an aerospace engineer. He is the oldest of three children, and is of English, Irish, and German descent. Irwin spent a year in Belfast, Northern Ireland, as an exchange student.
Barney William Irwin (born September 17, 1954) is an American former professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, "Wild" Bill Irwin. Irwin is also known for his appearances with the World Wrestling Federation as The Goon in 1996. He is the brother of the late Scott Irwin
Mar 15, 2014 · Bill Irwin walks with this dog, Orient, as they end their 2,100-mile journey along the Appalachian Trail in Maine in 1990. (Bob DeLong/Bangor Daily News via Associated Press) By Zach C. Cohen
Bill Irwin (b. April 11, 1950) is a celebrated stage clown who has played Mr. Noodle on "Elmo's World" since 1998. He was briefly replaced by Michael Jeter as Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle before returning to the show, at which point the pair either alternated or appeared jointly, until Jeter's death in 2003. Irwin had previously appeared in inserts on Sesame Street as early as 1993, and ...
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