|Occupation||Actor, director, producer, screenwriter|
|Years active||mid-1970s to present|
Ewing began his career as an actor then joined Sony Pictures in 1986 and was named director of production services in 1987. He was promoted to Vice President in 1988 and later to Senior Vice President after Sony's acquisition of Columbia pictures. He supervised production of over 100 films, including A League of Their Own, My Girl, Groundhog Day, In the Line of Fire, Little Women, Air Force One, Men in Black, The Patriot, Charlie's Angels, etc. He served as Senior Vice President of Production and Administration for 15 years, with his final productions including Spider-Man, Adaptation, Stuart Little 2, and Men in Black II. In 2001 he left Sony to found Every Tribe Entertainment and the non-profit Bearing Fruit Entertainment as organizations to brings the message of the Bible to life through media including films, documentaries, television commercials, radio and print advertisements, books and video.
- Hollywood on Fire 2009, himself
- End of the Spear 2005, producer & writer
- Christmas Child 2003, director
- Beyond the Gates of Splendor 2002, producer
- Automan 1984 TV, actor
- WKRP in Cincinnati 1982 TV, actor
- Meteor 1979 cast coordinator
- A Man Called Sloane 1979 TV actor
- Little House on the Prairie 1979 TV
- The Odyssey 1979 TV actor
- The End 1978 actor
- The Blue Knight 1976 TV actor
- Korg: 70,000 B.C. 1974 TV, actor
- The Rookies 1973 TV, actor
- The Deathmaster 1972, actor
- The Hoax 1972, actor
- Cannon 1971 TV, actor
- When Magazine, "Conversation with Bill Ewing, President of Every Tribe Entertainment"
- Phill Coke and The Change Revolution, interview with Bill Ewing
- Fluctu8.com, "Daniel Britt Interviews Bill Ewing"
- Emol.org, By Madelyn Ritrosky-Winslow, "Movie with a Message: Interview with Bill Ewing about "End of the Spear"
- Mediawise Family, by Ted Baehr, "Faith, Flexibility, and Focus – an interview with Bill Ewing"
- Barnes and Noble, The Christmas Child: A Story of Coming Home
- Impact Productions on development and filming of The Christmas Child