Bill Thorpe Net Worth

Bill Thorpe Net Worth is
$1 Million

Bill Thorpe Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

An American singer and actor born and raised on the coast of New England where he spent his most of childhood in, on, and around the water. At the age of 14, he built his own sailboat using anything he could find. Aided by a sudden squall and a sail that was too big for the boat, the maiden voyage ended abruptly when a huge rock raced across the ...
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Date Of Birth1894-01-07
1He once played a solo piano concert in Florida on the same Bösendorfer nine-foot grand that Victor Borge was using at the time for his performances and TV broadcasts because Borge wasn't playing the instrument that night.
2He had lunch with Jehan Sadat, former First Lady of Egypt and wife of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat.
3He was honored with a private, fully staged production, with orchestra and costumes, presented exclusively for him and three of his colleagues by the Beijing Opera in an otherwise-empty theater in Shanghai.
4He was part of the editorial staff for a popular college text book that he later used as a student in graduate school.
5As a teenager, he established a long-standing speed record for swimming across the lake at his summer camp.
6When he was a junior in high school, he won first prize in the school's public speaking competition for his recitation of Abraham Lincoln's second inaugural address. Part of the prize was the honor of reading The Gettysburg Address during the town's Memorial Day observances.
7Attended a party in the oceanside mansion of Taylor Swift before she was born.
8He sang the role of Dick Deadeye in a United States Navy, National Park Service, and Opera Boston production of "H.M.S. Pinafore" with the navy's historic flagship U.S.S. Constitution ("Old Ironsides") in the title role for an audience of 20,000 people. Two years later, he appeared as Luther Billis in a gala production of "South Pacific" with the 375-foot, World War II destroyer U.S.S. Cassin Young before an even larger audience. He arguably holds the record for having performed opposite the two biggest, oldest, and yet still mobile leading ladies of the musical stage.
9His scene as the NASA Administrator in the Warner Brothers film The Box (2009), starring Cameron Diaz and Frank Langella, ended up on the cutting room floor.
10He appeared in commercials that were produced for broadcast during the Olympics, the Super Bowl, and the NBA Playoffs.
11Quit his temporary job as a bank truck driver in order to play on-stage piano for a musical comedy at Trinity Square Repertory Company in which Richard Jenkins was a cast member. They worked together again more than thirty years later on the TV series Olive Kitteridge, but this time with Thorpe as an actor.
12Youngest grandson of General Elliott R. Thorpe, who was chief of counter-intelligence in the Pacific for General Douglas MacArthur and chief of civil intelligence in Japan where he oversaw the custody of Emperor Hirohito following the Japanese surrender.
13Seriously regrets having once declined an invitation to sing at a dinner hosted by Julia Child.
14Has never performed an on-stage role where he didn't sing. Has never performed an on-camera role where he did sing.


The Ghost Bike2015Short completedJim
Joy2015/IDallas Man
Olive Kitteridge2014TV Mini-SeriesJoe the Bartender
In Your Eyes2014Stan
Clear History2013TV MovieConstruction Worker
R.I.P.D.2013Cemetery Worker in Utility Vehicle (uncredited)
Slip & Fall2011Bailiff
Whaling City2011Driscoll
Edge of Darkness2010Watch Sergeant
Brotherhood2006TV SeriesCapt. Miller
Damrell's Fire2006TV MovieNathaniel Bradlee, Alderman Wooley, Captain Jacobs, Zenas Smith (voice)
Mystic River2003Neighbor at Barricade
Leaving Scars1997Jake
The Darien Gap1996Personnel Director
Blown Away1994Drunk Singer in Bar (uncredited)


ESPN SportsCentury2000TV Series documentaryHimself

Known for movies

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