William Bruce Davis, who was born on 13 January 1938 in Toronto. He is a Canadian actor. After starting his acting career, he became an artistic director for theatre in the 1960s and 1970s. Returning to acting in the 1980s while completing his own drama school in Vancouver, he became famous for his role as the man with the cigarette in the X-Files television series and subsequently appeared in several fictions and fantasy films and series. 
William B. Davis
January 13, 1938
Height: 1.89 m
Age: old

William Bruce Davis is the son of Bruce Davis, a lawyer, and Carroll Davis, a psychologist. His interest in acting awakened at the age of eleven, as two of his cousins formed a small theatre company and asked him to play the roles of children. He then took classes, and played in radio plays broadcast on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
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