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Bill Clement

Bill Clement was born on December 20, 1950 in Thurso, Québec, Canada. He is an actor, known for Sudden Death (1995), The 1992 Stanley Cup Finals (1992) and NHL 14 (2013). See full bio »

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Sudden Death
Sudden Death Pre-Game Announcer
The 1992 Stanley Cup Finals
The 1992 Stanley Cup Finals Himself - Commentator
NHL 14
NHL 14 Commentator


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 2013 NHL 14 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2012 NHL 13 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2011 NHL 12 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2010 NHL 11 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2009 NHL 10 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2008 NHL 09 (Video Game)
Commentator (voice)
 2004 ESPN NFL 2K5 (Video Game)
Commentators #1 (voice)
 2000 NHL 2001 (Video Game)
Colour Analyst (voice)
 1999 1999 Stanley Cup Finals (TV Mini-Series)
 1998 NHL 99 (Video Game)
 1995 Sudden Death
Pre-Game Announcer
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TV commercial for Bud Light (2002)


6' 1" (1.85 m)

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Won 2 Stanley Cups with the Philadelphia Flyers (1974-1975) of the National Hockey League See more »

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