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Billy Drago’s height is 5ft 10½in (1.79 m)

William Eugene “Billy” Burrows (born September 18, 1949), better known by his stage name Billy Drago, is an American actor known for his roles as villains in television and motion pictures. Among his more high profile films are Clint Eastwood western Pale Rider and Brian De Palma hit The Untouchables.

Billy Drago

First Name: Billy
Last Name: Drago
Birth Full Name: William Eugene Burrows
Other Names: Bill,William
Born: 18 September, 1949
Birthplace: Hugoton, Kansas, USA
Height: 5ft 10½in (1.79 m)
Build: Average
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Virgo
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: University Of Kansas
Occupation: Actor
Father: Darren E. Burrows
Other Family Members: William Burrows,Sr.,Glady Burrows
Filmography: The Red Man’s View (2016), Low Down (2014), Sunset at Dawn (2014), Shades of Vengeance (2014), The Dance (2014), Black Asylum (2013), Night of the Templar (2012), Balls to the Wall (2011), Children of the Corn: Genesis (2011), World’s End (2010), The Fallen Angel (2010, Short Film), Dark Moon Rising (2009), Ghost Town (2009, TV Movie), The Ritual (2009), Rounds (2008), Copperhead (2008, TV Movie), 3 Stories About Evil (2008, Short Film), Soul Searchers (2008), Moving McAllister (2007), The Dead One (2007), Zombie Hunters (2007), Lime Salted Love (2006), Seven Mummies (2006), The Hills Have Eyes (2006), 13 Graves (2006, TV Movie), Demon Hunter (2005), Masters of Horror (2005, TV Show), Supernatural (2005, TV Show), Mysterious Skin (2004), Worn Like a Tattoo (2004, Short Film), Somewhere in the Middle (2004, Short Film), All for Money (2003), Desert Rose (2002), The Circuit (2002), Welcome to America (2002), Death Game (2001), You Rock My World (2001, Short Film), Mirror, Mirror IV: Reflection (2000), Very Mean Men (2000), Lima: Breaking the Silence (1999), Soccer Dog: The Movie (1999), Strike Zone (1999), Monkey Business (1998), Charmed (1998, TV Show), Convict 762 (1997), Assault on Devil’s Island (1997, TV Movie), A Doll in the Dark (1997), Blood Money (1996), Mad Dog Time (1996), Nash Bridges (1996, TV Show), Blue Devil, Blue Devil (1996), Drifting School (1995), Lunarcop (1995), Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur (1995), Never Say Die (1995), Phoenix (1995), Cyborg 2 (1993), Deadly Heroes (1993), Lady Dragon 2 (1993), The Outfit (1993), The Adventures of Brisco County Jr. (1993, TV Show), The X-Files (1993, TV Show), Walker, Texas Ranger (1993, TV Show), Guncrazy (1992), Diplomatic Immunity (1991), Delta Force 2: The Colombian Connection (1990), China White (1989), Prime Suspect (1989), True Blood (1989), Dark Before Dawn (1988), Freeway (1988), Hero and the Terror (1988), Monsters (1988, TV Show), Banzai Runner (1987), The Untouchables (1987), Friday the 13th (1987, TV Show), In Self Defense (1987, TV Movie), Hunter’s Blood (1986), Vamp (1986), North and South, Book II (1986, TV Show), The Wizard (1986, TV Show), Invasion U.S.A. (1985), Pale Rider (1985), Moonlighting (1985, TV Show), Hunter (1984, TV Show), Partners in Crime (1984, TV Show), Automan (1983, TV Show), Cutter to Houston (1983, TV Show), Hardcastle and McCormick (1983, TV Show), Johnny Belinda (1982, TV Movie), T.J. Hooker (1982, TV Show), Cutter’s Way (1981), Windwalker (1981), Hill Street Blues (1981, TV Show), Strike Force (1981, TV Show), The Fall Guy (1981, TV Show), The Chisholms (1979, TV Show), Trapper John, M.D. (1979, TV Show), No Other Love (1979, TV Movie), Birth of an Outlaw (-), Sandy (2016), Dark Moon Rising (2009), Mirror, Mirror III: The Voyeur (1995), Lime Salted Love (2006), Sandy (2016), The Go-Go Boys: The Inside Story of Cannon Films (2014), Underground Entertainment: The Movie (2010), Char·ac·ter: The Interviews (2010), Michael Jackson: The One (2004, TV Show)

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