Bill Connington is a New York-based actor and playwright. His play ZOMBIE is an award-winning adaptation of the novella by Joyce Carol Oates. It played first at the New York International Fringe Festival, then enjoyed a 3-month extended run Off-Broadway, and transferred to continue at the Gerald W. Lynch Theater. ZOMBIE was subsequently adapted into a short film. His adaptation of "The Picture of Dorian Gray" along with the solo play "Dating Rituals of the American Male" have been performed in New York. Bill is also a notable and respected Alexander Technique teacher, with a roster of students that include Broadway actors, Metropolitan Opera singers, and renowned instrumentalists. He is a lecturer in acting at Yale University, and has taught at NYU Tisch and Juilliard.
Bill is a graduate of The London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.