Birth Name: William Stanley “Bill” Smitrowicz
Height: 6 '(1.83 m)
Born: 16th May, 1947
Place: Bridgeport, Connecticut
Bill Smitrovich is an American actor, who was born on 16th May, 1947 in Bridgeport, CT, United States. He is the son of the Stanley William, a die maker and tool maker and Anna. He completed his degree from University of Bridgeport. He then married Shaw Purnell and has a named daughter Maya Christina and a son named Alexander John. He appeared in several TV series. Bill Smitrovich first popular character was in the television series known as 'Crime Story' in which he appeared as “Det. Danny Krychek”. From 1989 to 1993, she appeared in drama television serious 'Life Goes On'. In the 1980s crime drama series he appeared in the Miami Vice.
Bill Smitrovich also starred in the final episode of popular series NYPD Blue. Bill Smitrovich also appeared in “The Henry Lee Project”. In the year 1996, he appeared in the American series Millennium. This series was produced and created by Chris Carter, who is the creator of the “X Files”. He is also well known for his role on the A & E television series A Nero Wolfe Mystery, in which he appeared as Inspector Cramer. He also appeared as Kenneth Walsh, an Assistant District Attorney on the ABC hit television series “The Practice”. He also appeared in many military roles in film and TV such as in 1996 Independence Day, 1997s Air Force One, 2000s Thirteen Days, 2008s Eagle Eye and 2000s Fail Safe.
He also made a numbers of guest appearance in TV series. He also week known for his roles in some of the most popular movies such as Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, NUMB3RS, 24, Past Tense, Touched by an Angel, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and NYPD Blue. He also plays a lead role in the new NBC series The Event (the TV show).