Ten fun facts about William H. Macy


Fact 1
William Hall Macy Jr was born in Orlando, Florida on March 13, 1950.

Fact 2
His nickname and preference is William H Macy professionally and Bill to his friends and family.

Fact 3
William H Macy attended Bethany College in Bethany West Virginia where his friends called him Willie. He later studied at Goddard College in Vermont.


Fact 4
He first worked on voiceovers, including the famous Secret deodorant commercial with the line “Secret strong enough for a man but made for a woman.”

Fact 5
William H Macy is a founding member of the Atlantic Theater Company that is located in New York, NY.

Fact 6
William Macy has won a Screen Actors Guild award and two Emmy Awards.

Fact 7
He has also been nominated for several awards for his work in theater, film, and television.

Fact 8
His role as Jerry Lundegaard in the movie “Fargo” earned him an Academy award nomination. In addition he also been nominated for a total of 9 Emmy Awards.

Fact 9
He first worked in theater in Chicago, IL but then relocated to New York, NY in hopes of working on film and television.

Fact 10
He owns a home in Vermont where he is able to enjoy one of his favorite pastimes of woodworking.


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Is an American film, stage and television actor, director and screenwriter



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