Bill English (actor)
April 8, 1980
Rochester, New York United States
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English achieved national attention for his comedic work in two major national TV commercial campaigns, for Kellogg's Raisin Bran Crunch and T-Mobile. In the advertisements for Kellogg's Raisin Bran Crunch he plays "Johnson," an oblivious, cereal-munching office worker who infuriates his boss. In the first spot created for T-Mobile, entitled "Secret Lovers," he plays a duped boyfriend furious that his best friend has been bumped up to one of his girlfriend's "myFaves" favorite five callers.
- Television series
Cavemen is the first television sitcom in which English has performed.
The role of Chris in The Last Day of August (2012).
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