STAMFORD, Conn. -- Happy birthday to Stamford’s Bill Moseley!
William "Bill" Moseley, who has lived in Stamford, turns 64 on Wednesday. The actor and musician was born Nov. 11, 1951, in Stamford.
Moseley started his career as a journalist, writing for Omni Magazine, National Lampoon and Psychology Today.
As an actor, he got his first film role in Alan Rudolph's "Endangered Species" as a cab driver and later become well known in "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2," as Chop Top.
He is known for his cult classic horror films and appeared in many films such as "House of 1000 Corpses," "Silent Night, Deadly Night 3: Better Watch Out!" "Night of the Living Dead," "The Devil's Carnival," "Mugworth" and "Smothered."
He is also known for his role as Luigi Largo in "Repo! The Genetic Opera."
He has released records with guitarist Buckethead in the band Cornbugs, as well as featured on the guitarist's solo work.
He has also provided voice-over recordings for the Florida-based heavy metal band Generichrist and also the British goth-metal band Sinnergod on the track "Overture," which features on their 2013 debut album "Seven Deadly Sinphonies."
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