More Billy Burke Bios & Profiles
Biography #2 (for Fracture)Billy Burke is a compelling and critically-acclaimed young actor whose credits span both television and feature film.
This spring, Billy will re-team with Fracture director Greg Hoblit on the Sony Pictures film Untraceable in which he will star opposite Diane Lane.
Additionally, Billy has completed shooting two independent films - The Grift with John Savage and Forfeit with Sherry Stringfield which will premiere this year at the South by Southwest Film Festival.
Billy's feature film credits include a co-starring role in the Touchstone film Ladder 49 with Joaquin Phoenix and John Travolta; a starring role in Dill Scallion, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and also starred with Peter Berg, Henry Winkler and Lauren Graham; Along Came a Spider with Morgan Freeman and Without Limits for writer/director by Robert Towne.
His television credits include a chilling six episode arc on the second season of Fox's 24 as well as the critically acclaimed ABC series Wonderland, which was written and directed by Peter Berg.
Bio courtesy New Line Cinema for "Fracture" (02-Jun-2007)
Biography #3 (for The Jury)Billy Burke was born and raised in Bellingham, Wash. He began singing at age nine, and joined a band at age 15. He continued to work with bands and study drama at Western Washington University. He performed in Seattle at the Annex Theatre, New City Festival and the A.H.A Theatre.
Burke made his feature film debut in the independent film Dare Dreamer, and then moved to Los Angeles, Calif., to pursue a career in singing and acting. He has since appeared in such films as Ladder 49, Lost Junction, Along Came a Spider, Komodo, Jane Austin's Mafia, Dill Scallion, Without Limits, Marshal Law, S. F. W., Roman Paris, A Good Kill and To Cross The Rubicon.
Burke's television credits include series regular roles in Wonderland and Roadie. He has also made guest-star appearances in Monk, Karen Sisco, Gilmore Girls, 24, I.A., Party of Five, Gone In the Night, VR.5, All American Girl, Vanishing Son, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Traps.
Bio courtesy Fox for "The Jury" (30-Jan-2005)