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"Whether doing classic mime ("Fool Moon") or children's television ("Sesame Street"), this uncanny comic actor has always exuded the sense that he is listening to music that no one else can hear."                  - The New York Times


Who is Bill Irwin? People tend to think of him as an actor, a dancer, a performance artist, a vaudeville clown. But he's also a producer, director, writer, and choreographer. Sometimes it's sort of hard to describe exactly what Bill does, but people who have seen him agree - he does it well.



Where have you seen him before?
  • Bill had recurring roles on the tv shows CSI: CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATIONS and LIGHTS OUT.
  • Bill plays Mister Noodle on the "Elmo's World" segment of SESAME STREET.
  • He's "that other guy" in Bobby McFerrin's video of "Don't Worry, Be Happy" with Robin Williams.
  • The Regard of Flight , which aired as part of PBS's GREAT PERFORMANCES series.
  • Northern Exposure, where he played "The Flying Man" who wooed Marilyn in seasons 3 ("Get Real") and 4 ("On Your Own").
  • His wonderful solo dance in the movie My Blue Heaven, starring Rick Moranis and Steve Martin.
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