William McNamara


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Biography:
Birth Name: William McNamara
Born: 03/31/1965
Birth Place: Dallas, Texas, USA

McNamara is perhaps best known for his diverse TV roles. In his TV debut, "Soldier Boys" (CBS, 1987), he was one of several teens who confuse the fantasy of war games with reality. Diane Keaton directed him in "Wildflower" (Lifetime, 1991) as a 1930s teenager who discovers an epileptic (Patricia Arquette) being held captive by her stepfather. McNamara gave two memorable performances in 1992: as the perfect son who couldn't face telling his parents he is gay in "Doing Time on Maple Drive" (Fox) and as Sharon Gless' murderous son in the true crime-inspired "Honor Thy Mother" (CBS). He also gained some notice as Montgomery Clift in the TV biopic, "Liz: The Elizabeth Taylor Story" (NBC, 1995).

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