William L. Petersen
Birth Date: February 21 1953
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William L. Petersen was born: February 21, 1953 Evanston, Ill.. He began acting while attending Idaho State University on a football scholarship. He spent a year in Spain as a Shakespearean student. He returned to Chicago to pursue a career on the stage. He played Stanley Kowalski in "A Streetcar Named Desire" at the Stratford Festival in Ontario, Canada, which led to his being cast in his first film, To Live and Die in L.A (1985), as an intense Secret Service agent on the trail of a counterfeiter. Other starring roles followed: a stressed-out ex-FBI agent sniffing out a serial killer, with help from Hannibal Lecter, in Manhunter (1986); a reckless confirmed bachelor and minor league player/manager in Long Gone (1987, made for TV); an artist attempting to return to his roots in Keep the Change (1992, made for TV). These were mixed with second leads and supporting parts in Amazing Grace and Chuck (1987), Cousins (1989, as a womanizing husband), and Young Guns II (1990, as Pat Garrett). He produced and starred in Hard Promises (1991) as a man who attempts to disrupt his ex-wife's wedding. He continues to take part in productions of the Remains Theater, a Chicago-based troupe which he and a number of other performers organized in 1979. Credits include Passed Away (1992), Curacao (1993 telefilm), and the miniseries "Return to Lonesome Dove" (also 1993). The success of CSI-Las Vegas has William Petersen and the cast in America's number one TV drama receiving well deserved recoginition .
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