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Bill McGough was born as William T. McGough. He is an actor, known for Let's Go to Prison (2006), The Fence (1994) and Peoria Babylon (1997). He has been married to Donna L. McGough since 1999. See full bio »

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Known For

Let's Go to Prison
Let's Go to Prison Deputy Mayor
The Fence
The Fence Mr. Kubrick
Peoria Babylon
Peoria Babylon Detective Dillon
Good People


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 2015 Reversal (Short)
 2014 The Wake (TV Movie)
 2014 Sirens (TV Series)
Mr. Harris
- Famous Last Words (2014) ... Mr. Harris
 2013 Chicago Fire (TV Series)
- A Coffin That Small (2013) ... Mortician
 2012 Shameless (TV Series)
- Summer Loving (2012) ... Passerby
 2011 The Chicago Code (TV Series)
Jury Foreman
- Bathhouse & Hinky Dink (2011) ... Jury Foreman
 2011/I In Memoriam
 2010 Single Waltz (Short)
Mr. Shepherd
 2008 The Christians
 2008/II Good People (Short)
 2006 Church Story (Short)
 2006 Let's Go to Prison
Deputy Mayor
 1997 Peoria Babylon
Detective Dillon (as William McGough)
 1994 The Fence
Mr. Kubrick

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Personal Details

Other Works:

He acted in Arthur Miller's play, "Death of a Salesman," at the Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois with Donna McGough in the cast. The crew included Sean Graney (director/scenic designer) and Jim Moore (scenic designer).

Alternate Names:

William McGough

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He was nominated for a 2006 Joseph Jefferson Award Citation for Actor in a Principal Role in a Play for "Death of a Salesman" at the Hypocrites Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. See more »

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