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BILL PULLMAN recently starred as the President of the United States in the world wide blockbuster "Independence Day," as a troubled musician in David Lynch's "Lost Highway" and in "The End of Violence" with Andie MacDowell and Gabriel Byrne for director Wim Wenders. He is currently in pre-production on "Supertanker," (Twentieth Century Fox) an action thriller that he will star in and is co-producing with "Independence Day" co-writer/producer Dean Devlin. Pullman has also set up his Big Town Productions with a first look deal at Castle Rock Entertainment.

Born in Hornell, New York to parents in the medical profession, Pullman was raised with six siblings. While most of his siblings followed in their parents' footsteps, Pullman abandoned technical school for drama. He earned a master of Fine Arts degree in directing from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. Additionally, he produced plays and taught at Montana State University, where he ran the theatre department for two years.

Prior to his film debut in "Ruthless People," he worked several years in New York studying acting and performing in off-Broadway and regional theatres. He then came to Hollywood to work at the Los Angeles Theatre Center and movie offers started coming his way.

Pullman's additional film credits include "While You Were Sleeping," "Casper," "Mr. Wrong," "Sommersby," "Sleepless in Seattle," "Wyatt Earp," "Malice," "The Last Seduction," "Spaceballs," "The Serpent and the Rainbow," "The Accidental Tourist" and "Sibling Rivalry."

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