|SIMON BILLIG - as Guy Fox|
Simon was born in Birmingham, England and lived outside of London before moving to the States when he was ten years old. He studied English and drama at Duke University after which he attended The Juilliard School at Lincoln Center in New York to concentrate on acting for the stage. While living in New York, Simon worked primarily in the theatre. He moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in film and television, though he continues to enjoy acting on stage as well.
Simon's film credits, along with Guy Fox in "Dean Quixote," include Lieutenant Colonel Billig in "The Thin Red Line," Artie in "Bad City Blues" (which Simon also associate produced) and a leading role in "Tripwire." On television, Simon's credits include the recurring role of Hogan on "Star Trek: Voyager," a recurring role on "Babylon 5," multiple guest appearances on "Silk Stalkings" and guest starring roles on "Dark Skies," "Cybill," "Jag," "Time Cop," and "Seven Days."
Simon's numerous regional theatre credits include "Freedomland," "Death of A Salesman" and "The Hollowlands" at South Coast repertory Theatre, "All My Sons" at ITC Center Theatre, "Arms and The Man" at The Alley Theatre, "King Lear" and "Forty Four Sycamore" at the Asolo Theatre, "Love's Labor's Lost" at the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival and "The Comedy of Errors" at the New York Shakespeare Festival in Central Park. Simon is also a member of The Actor's Company Theatre in New York City with whom he has appeared in numerous productions.
Simon is extremely excited about his role in "Dean Quixote" and hopes his character Guy Fox will become a role model for all who see the film.