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  1. They had two children, Jill Wills, born in 1939, and Will Wills, born in 1942. Chill was married to Novadeen Googe from 1973 to 1978. Chill was an avid poker player. One of his close friends, Benny Binion, was the former owner of 'Binion's Horseshoe Casino' in Las Vegas, Nevada, and the man who had started the 'World Series of Poker.'

  2. However, "Chill" is simply a truncated version of his actual middle name, Childress. Was in three Oscar Best Picture nominees: The Yearling (1946), Giant (1956) and The Alamo (1960). He was the most prominent member of The Avalon Boys and broke away to start a new career as a solo performer. RKO put him in B Weterns as a sidekick to George O'Brien.

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  4. JILL WILLS DEBUTS; Desert Sun, Volume 40, Number 39, 19 September 1966 — JILL WILLS DEBUTS [ARTICLE] ... HOLLYWOOD (UPI) —Chill Willsdaughter, Jill, will make ...

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    Chill Wills (1902-1978) Actor Soundtrack IMDbPro Starmeter See rank Play trailer 2:19 Fireball 500 (1966) 10 Videos 71 Photos Colorful character actor of American Westerns. Named "Chill" as an ironic comment on his birth date being the hottest day of 1902.

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    Theodore Childress " Chill " Wills (July 18, 1902 – December 15, 1978) [1] was an American actor and a singer in the Avalon Boys quartet. Early life[ edit] Wills was born in Seagoville, Texas, on July 18, 1902. Career[ edit] He was a performer from early childhood, forming and leading the Avalon Boys singing group in the 1930s.