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William Winckler

Independent writer/producer/director William Winckler comes from a show-business background. His late father, Robert Winkler--aka "Bobby" Winkler--was a famous child actor during the Golden Age of Hollywood. As an adult he became a successful entertainment attorney. He followed in his father's footsteps, but in a slightly different path. William ... See full bio »

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 2013 Otogi-Soushi (TV Series)
Beni
 2013 The Mythical Detective Loki (TV Series)
Yamino (2013) (voice)
 2012 Karasuma Kyoko No Jikenbo (TV Series)
Gen (2012) (voice)
 2011 Kitaro's Graveyard Gang 2
Nezumi Otoko (voice)
 2011 Lun Lun the Flower Girl
Yavoki
 2011 Starzinger
Sir Jogo (voice)
 2011 Starzinger II
Sir Jogo (voice)
 2011 Starzinger III
Sir Jogo (voice)
 2011 Gaiking I
Sanshiro (voice)
 2011 Gaiking II
Sanshiro (voice)
 2011 Gaiking III
Sanshiro (voice)
 2011 The Adventures of Nadja
Uncle Herman
 2011 The Adventures of Nadja II
Uncle Herman
 2011 Digimon Fusion Battles (TV Series)
Ballistamon (2011) (voice)
 2011 Pretty Cure 5 (TV Series)
Claws Mantis
 2010 Zombrex: Dead Rising Sun
Honda (voice)
 2010 Danguard Ace
Captain Dan
 2010 Danguard Ace 2
Captain Dan
 2010 Danguard Ace 3
Captain Dan
 2009 Kitaro's Graveyard Gang
Nezumi Otoko
 2005 Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove
Bill Grant (as Bill Winckler)
 2001 The Double-D Avenger (Video)
Cousin Billy (as Bill Winckler)
 1997 Wildside (TV Series)
Cowboy / Miner
- Episode #1.1 (1997) ... Cowboy / Miner (uncredited)
 1994 Johnny Lightning (TV Movie)
Narrator
 1993 Etorofu harukanari (TV Series)
Young Naval Officer
 1992 Newsies
Newsie (uncredited)
 1991 Quantum Leap (TV Series)
Whorehouse John
- Southern Comforts - August 4, 1961 (1991) ... Whorehouse John (uncredited)
 1990 Parker Lewis Can't Lose (TV Series)
Frightened Teen
- Rent-A-Kube (1990) ... Frightened Teen (uncredited)
 1990 Matlock (TV Series)
Student
- The Student (1990) ... Student (uncredited)
 1989 Life Goes On (TV Series)
Student
- Ordinary Heroes (1989) ... Student (uncredited)
 1989 Doogie Howser, M.D. (TV Series)
Vinnie's Friend
- Vinnie Video Vici (1989) ... Vinnie's Friend (uncredited)
 1989 Head of the Class (TV Series)
Cowboy Teen
- Exactly Twelve O'Clock (1989) ... Cowboy Teen (uncredited)
 1989 Cheers (TV Series)
Party Guest
- The Gift of the Woodi (1989) ... Party Guest (uncredited)
 1989 Short Ribbs (TV Series)
- Episode #1.9 (1989)
- Episode #1.8 (1989)
- Episode #1.7 (1989)
- Episode #1.6 (1989)
- Episode #1.5 (1989)
 1988 Hooperman (TV Series)
Newsboy
- Requiem for an S.O.B. (1988) ... Newsboy (uncredited)
 1988 Dear John (TV Series)
Dinner guest
- Dear Mike (1988) ... Dinner guest (uncredited)
 1988 Just the Ten of Us (TV Series)
Boy in church
- Voice of God (1988) ... Boy in church (uncredited)
 1988 Murder, She Wrote (TV Series)
Campaign Aide
- The Body Politic (1988) ... Campaign Aide (uncredited)
 1988 Mr. Belvedere (TV Series)
Student
- The Diary (1988) ... Student (uncredited)
 1987 Old Dogs (TV Movie)
Alter boy (uncredited)
 1987 Designing Women (TV Series)
Soldier
- I'll Be Seeing You (1987) ... Soldier (uncredited)
 1987 Private Eye (TV Series)
Valet Parker
- Nobody Dies in Chinatown (1987) ... Valet Parker (uncredited)
 1987 Highway to Heaven (TV Series)
Ticket Booth Boy
- I Was a Middle Aged Werewolf (1987) ... Ticket Booth Boy (uncredited)
 1987 The Popcorn Kid (TV Series)
Movie goer
- The Break-Up (1987) ... Movie goer (uncredited)
 1986 The New Gidget (TV Series)
Baseball Player
- Jeff's Anniversary (1986) ... Baseball Player (uncredited)
 1986 My Sister Sam (TV Series)
Party Guest
- Patti's Party (1986) ... Party Guest (uncredited)
 1986 The Paper Chase (TV Series)
Pizza Boy
- Graduation (1986) ... Pizza Boy (uncredited)
 1986 Ruthless People
Paper Boy (uncredited)
 1986 You Again? (TV Series)
Mourner
- The Wake (1986) ... Mourner (uncredited)
 1986 Pretty in Pink
Drunk Teen (uncredited)
 1986 The Fall Guy (TV Series)
Driver
- Beach Blanket Bounty (1986) ... Driver (uncredited)
 1985 Amazing Stories (TV Series)
Christmas Caroller
- Santa '85 (1985) ... Christmas Caroller (uncredited)
 1985 Who's the Boss? (TV Series)
Student
- First Kiss (1985) ... Student (uncredited)
 1985 Silver Spoons (TV Series)
Angry Customer
- Hot Shot (1985) ... Angry Customer (uncredited)
 1985 Fame (TV Series)
Acting student
- Parent's Week (1985) ... Acting student (uncredited)
 1985 It's Your Move (TV Series)
Punk Rocker
- The Dregs of Humanity: Part 2 (1985) ... Punk Rocker (uncredited)
 1984 Knight Rider (TV Series)
Trick-or Treater
- Halloween Knight (1984) ... Trick-or Treater (uncredited)
 1984 General Hospital (TV Series)
High School Boy
- Episode #1.5513 (1984) ... High School Boy
 1984 Remington Steele (TV Series)
Teen Car Thief
- Lofty Steele (1984) ... Teen Car Thief (uncredited)
 1984 The Wild Life
Party teen (uncredited)
 1984 Sam's Son
Student (uncredited)
 1984 Double Trouble (TV Series)
Student
- Lust (1984) ... Student (uncredited)
 1984 Tekkaman the Space Knight (TV Series)
Various
 1983 Bay City Blues (TV Series)
Teen Car Buyer
- Beautiful Peoples (1983) ... Teen Car Buyer (uncredited)
 1983 Whiz Kids (TV Series)
Student
- Programmed for Murder (1983) ... Student (uncredited)
 1976 Smilin' Saturday Morning Special (TV Movie)
Drummer boy
Show Show Producer (36 credits)
Show Show Writer (36 credits)
Show Show Director (35 credits)
Show Show Miscellaneous Crew (4 credits)
Show Show Casting director (3 credits)
Show Show Soundtrack (1 credit)
Show Show Self (4 credits)

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He was the youngest producer of an English-language anime series in syndicated TV in 1984. He wrote and produced Tekkaman the Space Knight (1984) when he was 20 years old. Since then he has written, produced, directed and provided voices for hundreds of hours of English-language anime for Toei Animation Company, Ltd., the biggest cartoon studio in Japan. See more »

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