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Bill Irwin’s height is 5ft 11½in (1.82 m)

William Mills “Bill” Irwin (born April 11, 1950) is an American actor, clown, and comedian. He is best known for his vaudeville-style stage performances and has been noted for his contribution to the renaissance of American circus during the 1970s. He has also made a number of appearances on film and television, and he won a Tony Award for his role in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf on Broadway. Children know him as Mr. Noodle on Sesame Street‍ ’​s Elmo’s World.

Bill Irwin

First Name: Bill
Middle Name: Mills
Last Name: Irwin
Birth Full Name: William Mills Irwin
Other Names: Bill
Born: 11 April, 1950
Birthplace: Santa Monica, California, USA
Height: 5ft 11½in (1.82 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Brown – Light
Astrological Sign: Aries
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: Oberlin College
Occupation: Actor, Author, Director and Choreographer
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Filmography: South of Hell (2015), Interstellar (2014), Frozen on Broadway: First Look (2014), Monday Mornings (2013, TV Show), Elementary (2012, TV Show), Sesame Street: Elmo’s World – Favorite Things (2012), Lights Out (2011, TV Show), Higher Ground (2011), A Gifted Man (2011, TV Show), Elmo’s World: People in Your Neighborhood (2011), Elmo’s World: Penguins and Friends (2011), Blue Bloods (2010, TV Show), Goldstar, Ohio (2010, Short Film), The Good Wife (2009, TV Show), Rachel Getting Married (2008), Life on Mars (2008, TV Show), Across the Universe (2007), Dark Matter (2007), Raving (2007, Short Film), Lady in the Water (2006), The Manchurian Candidate (2004), Sesame Street Presents: The Street We Live On (2004, TV Movie), The Truth About Miranda (2004), Igby Goes Down (2002), The Laramie Project (2002, TV Movie), The Moth (2002, TV Show), Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2001, TV Show), How the Grinch Stole Christmas (2000), CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000, TV Show), A Midsummer Night’s Dream (1999), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999, TV Show), Just the Ticket (1999), Illuminata (1998), 3rd Rock from the Sun (1996, TV Show), Water Ride (1994, Short Film), Monte Video (1994, TV Show), Silent Tongue (1993), Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (1993), The Adventures of Pete & Pete (1993, TV Show), Tribeca (1993, TV Show), Manhattan by Numbers (1993), The Last Mile (1992, TV Show), Hot Shots! (1991), Scenes from a Mall (1991), Stepping Out (1991), My Blue Heaven (1990), Law & Order (1990, TV Show), Northern Exposure (1990, TV Show), The Circus (1990, TV Movie), A New Life (1988), Eight Men Out (1988), The Cosby Show (1984, TV Show), The Regard of Flight (1983, TV Movie), Popeye (1980), Great Performances (1971, TV Show), Sesame Street (1969, TV Show), Identity Theft (-), American Masters (1985, TV Show), The Regard of Flight (1983, TV Movie), Never Stand Still (2011), The Stages of Edward Albee (2011), Showing Up (2010), Stage Left: A Story of Theater in San Francisco (2010), Make ‘Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America (2009, TV Show), A Benefit Performance for Barack Obama featuring Toni Morrison (2009), The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts (2007, TV Movie), The 60th Annual Tony Awards (2006, TV Movie), The 59th Annual Tony Awards (2005, TV Movie), Charlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin (2003), The 53rd Annual Tony Awards (1999, TV Movie), Niagara: A History of the Falls (1999, TV Show), SUBWAYStories: Tales from the Underground (1997, TV Movie), Bob Hope: The First 90 Years (1993, TV Movie), The 47th Annual Tony Awards (1993, TV Movie), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992, TV Show), Charlie Rose (1991, TV Show), Red Hot and Blue (1990, TV Movie), Broadway Beat (1990, TV Show), The 43rd Annual Tony Awards (1989, TV Movie), The 42nd Annual Tony Awards (1988, TV Movie), The 41st Annual Tony Awards (1987, TV Movie), American Masters (1985, TV Show), Alive from Off Center (1984, TV Show), Personenbeschreibung (1983), The Mondo Beyondo Show (1982, TV Movie), Good Morning America (1975, TV Show), Saturday Night Live (1975, TV Show), Great Performances (1971, TV Show)
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