"Life isn't about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself." - George Bernard Shaw
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Bill Coyne is an actor, writer, producer and activist residing in New York City working in the mediums of film, television and theater, Bill has been seen on David Simon's THE DEUCE on HBO, ABC's ONE LIFE TO LIVE and BLOOD FEUDS on the American Heroes Network.
Classically trained, Bill is adept in exploring characters from established text; but his passion lies in the creation and development of New Work. In New York, he has been seen off-Broadway in Greed: A Musical For Our Times at New World Stages, The Brightness of Heaven at the Cherry Lane Theatre, Li’l Abner, Fade Out/Fade In for Musicals Tonight! , and Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice with The Shakespeare Forum.
Other NYC credits include Soho Playhouse, NYMF, and Ars Nova. Bill has been fortunate to collaborate and develop characters in the works of Joe Iconis, Joe Tracz, Rob Rokicki, Gerard Alessandrini, Jeffrey Stock & Marc Acito, Laura Pedersen, Chris Tyler among others for the Old Globe, The Two River Theater, Ars Nova, Amas, and the NYMF.
As an actor-vist and producer of MuseMatch, a not-for-profit concert series where composers and singers are paired on a "Musical Theater Blind Date", he has helped to create over 200 collaborations, resulting in 200 original works while raising thousands of dollars for charity @MuseMatchOrg “Love is the strongest choice.”
"Stars Bill Coyne and Mia Gentile were the standout performers,
with a comedic sense that was essential. Coyne can switch demeanor on a dime...
his parody of Hugh Jackman was a highlight of the show."
- The Long Island Advance
"With his piercing tenor, Bill Coyne is stupendous as L'il Abner"
"Brendan is played with just the perfect hint of disdain by Bill Coyne.
Mr. Coyne’s Brendan is the quintessential prodigal son."
- Theatre Reviews Limited
"Bill Coyne is especially memorable as Supernova, the fist-bumping frat boy...
who enjoys having tickle fights with his pet turtle."
- The Washington Post
"It’s golden tenor Bill Coyne...who steals the show as Byron Prong,
the vainglorious Hollywood hunk."
- NY Theatre
"Mr. Coyne who runs away with his scenes,
finding the fervent oddball in a familiar type."
- The New York Times