Who is Billy Unger?

American actor William Brent ‘Billy’ Unger was born in Palm Beach County, Florida USA, on 15 October 1995, making his zodiac sign Libra. He’s had roles in more than 20 movies and TV series, and is perhaps still best known for his portrayal of Male Commentator in the 2009 sports comedy movie “Fired Up!”, which Will Gluck wrote and directed, and which starred Sarah Roemer, Nicholas D’Agosto and Eric Christian Olsen. It follows two teenage boys who’ve chosen to go to a cheerleading camp instead of a football camp; the film was nominated for a California on Location Award for Location Professional of the Year – Features (Douglas Dresser).

Billy hasn’t been active in the film industry since 2019, but hasn’t officially retired; it’s believed that he’s taken some time off acting, to spend with his wife and their children.

Education and early life

Billy was raised in Palm Beach County alongside his sister Erin and brother Eric, by their parents William Unger and Karley Unger; he rarely talks about his family, as he respects their privacy.

One can say that Billy was pushed into the film industry, as he was only four years old when he hosted the science fiction show “Hollywood Off-Ramp”, while he was five when he made his debut TV series appearance, playing Kevin in the 2001 pilot episode of the comedy “Three Sisters”; it starred Katherine LaNasa, Dyan Cannon and Vicki Lewis, and follows a man who’s married his long-term girlfriend, while her two sisters have now begun living with them.

Billy’s since been active in the film industry. The family moved to Hollywood, Los Angeles, California in 2006, and he completed his high school education in 2014.

Roles in TV series

In 2001, Billy played Handsome Bartender in the episode “The Two Faces of Finch: Part 1” of the comedy “Just Shoot Me!”, and he could then have been seen appearing in an episode of the 2002 drama “O2Be”, the 2004 comedy “I’m With Her”, and the 2005 crime comedy “Reno 911!”

The year 2009 saw him play Drug Rep Chris, one of the main characters in the comedy “Don’t Make Me Sick”, but which failed to attract any attention. In 2015, Billy was the narrator of the biographical drama “In Their Own Words”; the series starred Don Mischer and Sean Francis, follows the lives of Queen Elizabeth II, Jim Henson and Muhammad Ali, and was nominated for a Canadian Cinema Editors Award for Best Editing in Docu-series/Factual.

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Billy played Kevin in the 2016 comedy “Junketeers”, and was then cast to appear in an episode of the romantic drama “Masters of Sex”, the family comedy drama “Baby Daddy”, and the comedy “The 5th Quarter”.

In 2017 and 2018, he starred as Ron, alongside Jack Dylan Grazer and Bobby Moynihan, in the popular comedy “Me, Myself and I”. Dan Kopelman created the series, which follows three periods in the life of a 50 years old man.

Billy’s since appeared in only one TV series: in 2018-2019, he played Dr. Stafford in three episodes of the critically acclaimed western drama “Yellowstone”, which has been airing since 2018, and has won five of its 32 award nominations.

Roles in movies

Billy’s debut film role was his playing of Ari Nunberg in the 2002 short comedy “Pillowfighter”, and he could then have been seen appearing in the 2004 short musical “4000 Hours”, the 2005 short comedy “5 Stages of Grief” and the 2008 war comedy drama “B. O. H. I. C. A.”

The year 2009 saw him portray Journalist in the science fiction adventure comedy “Gentlemen Broncos”, written and directed by Jared Hess, and which starred Michael Angarano, Jemaine Clemet and Mike White. It follows a teenager who’s attending a fantasy authors’ convention, and has learned that an established novelist has stolen his idea; the movie was nominated for two awards.

Billy starred in the 2013 short comedy “Exclusive: Brian Unger Interviews Billy Brawny”, but hasn’t had any film roles since.

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Other credits

Billy wrote the 2004 biographical documentary comedy “Bushisms”, and the 2007 documentary “Some Assembly Required”.

His producing debut was the 2005 TV special “The Hollywood Show”, while he’s since produced 19 episodes of the 2012 documentary series “How the States Got Their Shapes”, the 2015 documentary series “Time Travelling with Brian Unger”, and the 2021 documentary series “The Secrets of Christmas Revealed”.

Some of the talk-shows in which Billy’s made a guest appearance include “SoCal Connected”, “Home & Family” and “Last Call with Carson Daly”.

Love life and girlfriend

Billy’s quite open about his love life, and it’s widely known that he’s been in a relationship with American model and social media star Angela Moreno since 24 July 2014; she can be seen featured in most of Billy’s Instagram pictures and video.

Angela gave birth to her and Billy’s son Devin Unger in July 2012, when Billy was only 16 years old, and their second son River Unger followed in 2018; Billy often poses with his sons in his Instagram pictures.

There are today rumors circulating the internet, claiming that Billy and Angela have exchanged vows but have chosen to keep this away from media, however, this hasn’t been confirmed.

Prior to meeting Angela, Billy was in a relationship with American actress and artist Allisyn Ashley Snyder, and dated American actress and singer Raini Alena Rodriguez, and American actress Teala Dunn.

Billy’s in a long-term relationship with Angela Moreno as of November 2022, hasn’t married and has two sons with Angela.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Billy’s quite active on Instagram, and there are close to 100 pictures and videos uploaded onto his account, while he’s today followed by more than 500,000 people on the social media network.

He’s passionate about music and playS the guitar, while some of his favorite musicians are the late Kurt Cobain, Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley.

Billy often works out at the gym, both because he likes it and because it’s important for his career to stay fit; he also enjoys playing various sports with his friends, excelling at basketball.

He’s travelled to more than 15 US states, mostly for work, but his favorite city is still Los Angeles.

Billy’s favorite actors are Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bruce Willis, and some of his favorite movies include “Sabotage”, “Escape Plan” and “The 6th Day”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Billy’s age is 27. He has brown eyes and short brown hair, his weight is 180lbs (81kgs) and he’s 6ft 1ins (1.85m) tall.

Billy’s net worth’s been estimated at more than $400,000, as of November 2022.

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