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He made his acting debut in 1991 in the made for TV movie Guilty Until Proven Innocent. In 1993, he made his big screen debut as a boat preppie in the movie Striking Distance, which was filmed in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
He currently teaches acting at Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts. He continues working in regional theatre.
He is now working at the Center for Theater Arts in Mt. Lebanon, PA as creative director. He most recently directed a group of talented high school students in a version of Footloose where he mirrored his broadway experience by teaching the teens original Broadway choreography and provided original scripts for each cast member. He says that directing these students rounded out his Footloose experience because he has now partaken in every aspect of the show now including teaching. Billy says the teens have recreated his Footloose memories and image of the show.
- Billy Hartung at the Internet Broadway Database
- Billy Hartung at the Internet Movie Database
- Dance workshop profile
He is no longer teaching at the Pittsburgh High School for the Creative and Performing Arts
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