Bill Davis served as an Assistant Director at the National Theatre
of Great Britain under Laurence Olivier.
Returning to Canada in the mid-sixties, Bill became Artistic Director of the National Theatre School of Canada and he directed in other Canadian theatre companies. In 1985 he took the job of Director at the Vancouver Playhouse Acting School. He returned to acting in the early eighties on stage, film and television.
Aside from his tenure on The X-Files, Bill's recent television work has been in movies such as Voyage into Terror, Murder Most Likely, and Becoming Dick. His feature credits include Look Who's Talking, Perpetrators of the Crime, Out of Pocket and Anthrax. He has appeared on the television series The Outer Limits, Wiseguy, Danger Bay, and many other series shot in Vancouver. Bill is owner of The William Davis Centre for Actors' Study in Vancouver, and he continues to be an active competitor in both snow and water skiing