William DeVizia

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William DeVizia
Born Matawan, New Jersey, U.S.
Occupation Director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, voice actor
Years active 1995–present

William DeVizia is an American director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, and voice actor. He directed the 1996 film Almost Famous, the 1997 film Lesser Prophets, and produced the 1998 TV movie FashionKingdom. He also was credited in the 2006 video game Bully as the voice over director as well as the voice actor for one of the greaser characters Vance Medici and an Asylum Inmate. He was also the voice over director for the video game Manhunt 2 and a production team member for Rockstar NYC for Grand Theft Auto IV and an additional voice actor.

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Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1995 Raising Hell: The Life of A.J. Bannister Production Manager (Documentary)
1995 Unzipped Production Manager (Documentary)
1996 The Daytrippers Special Thanks
1996 Almost Famous Director
1997 Less Prophets Director (TV Movie)
1998 FashionKingdom Producer (TV Movie)
2005 Seamless Additional Photographer and Special Thanks (Documentary)
2014 George Perris Live from Jazz at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts Director (TV Movie)
2016 Let Me Down Hard Director, Producer, Cinematographer, and Story Writer
2016 Horatio Alger 70th Anniversary Director, Producer, and Screenwriter (TV Short documentary)

Video games[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
2006 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories People of Vice City (voice)
2006 Bully Vance Medici/Asylum Inmate (voice) Also Voice Over Director
2007 Manhunt 2 Voice Over Director
2008 Grand Theft Auto IV The Crowd of Liberty City (voice) Also Production Team Member for Rockstar NYC

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