Bill Lancaster

About Bill Lancaster

Who is it?: Writer, Actor, Producer
Birth Day: November 17, 1947
Birth Place:  Los Angeles County, California, United States
Died On: January 4, 1997(1997-01-04) (aged 49)\nLos Angeles, California, U.S.
Birth Sign: Sagittarius
Resting place: Westwood Memorial Park
Occupation: Screenwriter, actor
Years active: 1967–1982
Spouse(s): Kip "Kippie" Raleigh Kovacs (m. 1965)
Children: 1
Parent(s): Burt Lancaster Norma Anderson
Relatives: Ernie Kovacs father-in-law

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Bill Lancaster was born on November 17, 1947 in  Los Angeles County, California, United States, is Writer, Actor, Producer. Bill was known by his friends as "Billy", when he was a youth. He attended "public" school, as many actor's sons and daughters did in the 1960s. He was never athletic since he was stricken with a childhood disease. He was well liked at Emerson Junior High School in West Los Angeles, California. He graduated from Emerson in June 1962. He was known as a friend to everyone, rich or not. After Emerson, he went on to University High School in Los Angeles.
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He was born November 17, 1947, in Los Angeles, California, the son of Burt Lancaster (1913 – 1994) and Norma Anderson (1917 – 1988). He developed polio at an early age, leaving one of his legs shorter than the other.


Lancaster, a lookalike for his famous father at the time, guest-starred in an episode of the television series The Big Valley in 1967. In 1973, Lancaster played the role of "King", the boyfriend of a murdered college coed in The Midnight Man, a mystery film starring and co-directed by his father, released in 1974.


In 1982, he worked on a first draft script of a adaptation of Stephen King's novel of Firestarter for Carpenter to direct. But months later of the same year, Carpenter hired Bill Phillips to work on another draft that resembled Lancaster's draft. When The Thing bombed, Universal replaced Carpenter with Mark L. Lester.