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William Katt (left) and his alter ego "The Greatest American Hero"

Interview: William Katt

During our pending conversion to HD, we were waiting to show this interview in our new TV format. Recently, we discovered that our second chat with William Katt has never appeared. Join host Richard for a fun segment with TV’s “Greatest American Hero.”

Video Content: William Katt (2014)
In this extended interview, SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee interviews returning guest William Katt, who talks about his acting career, his films “Carrie” and “Big Wednesday,” working with castmates Robert Culp and Connie Sellecca, and what he likes to do in the future.

Born in Los Angeles, California, William Katt is best known as Ralph in “The Greatest American Hero” and as Tommy Ross in “Carrie.” Some of his previous roles include “Butch and Sundance: The Early Days,” “Big Wednesday,” “First Love,” “Pippin,” “House” and the third sequel “House IV,” “Gamers,” “The Man from Earth,” and “Alien vs Hunter.” Besides “The Greatest American Hero,” Katt has starred in “Top of the Hill” and “Good Sports.” He appeared with his mom Barbara Hale in several “Perry Mason” TV-movies. Additionally, he has guest-starred in “Heroes” and “Andromeda.” Recently, Katt was seen in “The Unwanted,” “Paranormal Movie,” “Subterranea,” and “Sparks” (a film he also executive produced).

Interview Credits:
Recorded: May 17, 2014
Host / Producer: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: J.P. Langston
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Big Wow ComicFest, ABC, Stephen J. Cannell Productions, Sujoy K. Sarkar

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