Bill Hayes - Height Birthday Zodiac Filmography Biography

Bill Hayes’s height is 5ft 9in (1.75 m)

William “Bill” Foster Hayes III (born June 5, 1925 in Harvey, Illinois) is an American dramatic actor and former Billboard Hot 100 #1 recording artist. Following a career as a musician, he achieved fame as an actor when he began playing Doug Williams on NBC’s daytime serial Days of Our Lives in 1970. Hayes originated the character of Doug and is the only actor to ever play that role. He still appears in the same role on Days of Our Lives.

First Name: Bill
Middle Name: Foster
Last Name: Hayes
Birth Full Name: William Foster Hayes
Born: 5 June, 1925
Birthplace: Harvey, Illinois
Height: 5ft 9in (1.75 m)
Build: Average
Eye Color: Blue
Hair Color: Grey
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Sexuality: Straight
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: American
University: De Pauw University
Occupation: Actor
Music Genre: Pop/Rock, Percussion
Genre: Country, Cowboy, Opera, Classical
Filmography: Miracle at Gate 213 (2013), Childstar (2004), 9 Dead Gay Guys (2002), China: The Panda Adventure (2001), Days of Our Lives’ 35th Anniversary (2000, TV Movie), Frasier (1993, TV Show), Wrestling with God (1990), Cop Rock (1990, TV Show), Hooperman (1987, TV Show), Matlock (1986, TV Show), Cade’s County (1971, TV Show), The Interns (1970, TV Show), Days of Our Lives (1965, TV Show), Once Upon a Mattress (1964, TV Movie), The Cardinal (1963), The Bell Telephone Hour (1959, TV Show), Little Women (1958, TV Movie), Kiss Me, Kate (1958, TV Movie), Decoy (1957, TV Show), Yeomen of the Guard, The (1957, TV Movie), True Story (1957, TV Show), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of New Orleans (1957), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of Ontario (1956), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of Manhattan (1955), General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein (1954, TV Movie), The United States Steel Hour (1953, TV Show), Stop, You’re Killing Me (1952), Armstrong Circle Theatre (1950, TV Show), The Voice of Firestone (1949, TV Show), Never Can Say Goodbye: When Love and Hate Survive Death (-), Cop Rock (1990, TV Show), Good Old Days Part II (1978, TV Show), Once Upon a Mattress (1964, TV Movie), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of New Orleans (1957), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of Manhattan (1955), General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein (1954, TV Movie), Stop, You’re Killing Me (1952), Your Show of Shows (1950, TV Show), The 83rd Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade (2014), Searching for Eddie Running Wolf (2014), Untitled Bill Hayes Documentary (2012), SoapTalk (2002, TV Show), Days of Our Lives’ Christmas (2001, TV Movie), Lifestyle Magazine (2001, TV Show), 50 Years of Soaps: An All-Star Celebration (1994, TV Movie), Intimate Portrait (1993, TV Show), The 33rd Annual Emmy Awards (1981, TV Movie), Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (1981), Password Plus (1979, TV Show), The 21st Annual TV Week Logie Awards (1979, TV Movie), Good Old Days Part II (1978, TV Show), The 19th Annual TV Week Logie Awards (1977, TV Movie), Three for the Money (1975, TV Show), Dinah! (1974, TV Show), Celebrity Bowling (1971, TV Show), Donahue (1970, TV Show), The Andy Williams Show (1969, TV Show), The Hollywood Squares (1965, TV Show), That Regis Philbin Show (1964, TV Show), The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson (1962, TV Show), The DuPont Show of the Week (1961, TV Show), The Mike Douglas Show (1961, TV Show), Here’s Hollywood (1960, TV Show), The Bell Telephone Hour (1959, TV Show), The Bing Crosby Show (1959, TV Movie), Music for a Summer Night (1959, TV Show), Oldsmobile Music Theatre (1959, TV Show), The Bing Crosby Special (1959, TV Movie), The Patti Page Oldsmobile Show (1958, TV Show), The Bing Crosby Special (1958, TV Movie), The 12th Annual Tony Awards (1958), The Jack Paar Tonight Show (1957, TV Show), The Big Record (1957, TV Show), Columbia Musical Travelark: Wonders of Washington, D. C. (1956), Max Liebman Presents: Variety (1955, TV Movie), Max Liebman Spectaculars (1954, TV Show), Your Show of Shows (1950, TV Show), The Star-Spangled Revue (1950, TV Movie), The Voice of Firestone (1949, TV Show), This Is Show Business (1949, TV Show), Fireball Fun-For-All (1949, TV Show), The Buick-Berle Show (1948, TV Show), The Ed Sullivan Show (1948, TV Show)

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