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William Wegman

William Wegman is an actor and director, known for Joe's Apartment (1996), Saturday Night Live (1975) and Dog Baseball (1986). See full bio »

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Joe's Apartment
Joe's Apartment Distinguished Man with Dog
Saturday Night Live
Dog Baseball
Dog Baseball Director


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 1989-2002 Sesame Street (TV Series)
Fay's Owner / Dog Segment Narrator / Fay's Instructor / ...
- Snuffy's Grandma Visits (2002) ... Narrator (voice)
- Hurricane: Part 4 (2001) ... Clay making dog
- Hurricane: Part 2 (2001) ... (voice)
- Hurricane: Part 1 (2001) ... Dog Segment Narrator (voice)
- Episode #29.108 (1998) ... Dog Segment Narrator (voice)
 1996 Joe's Apartment
Distinguished Man with Dog
 1995 Alphabet Soup (Short)
 1995 Faye's 12 Days of Christmas (Short) (Video short)
Narrator (voice)
 1986 Alive from Off Center (TV Series)
 1972 Selected Works: Reel 4 (Video short)
William Wegman / Various Characters
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TV commercial: Panasonic DVD recorder.

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