William G. Borchert

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William (Bill) G. Borchert (b.?) is an American screenwriter who wrote the script for the 1989 film My Name is Bill W., based on the true story of Alcoholics Anonymous founder Bill Wilson.

In 2005 he published a book about Bill Wilson's wife, Lois, called The Lois Wilson Story: When Love is Not Enough. A TV-movie with the same title, based on the book, was released in 2010. Borchert is also a director of Stepping Stones Foundation, the home of the Wilsons in New York.[1] His most recent book is 1,000 Years of Sobriety: 20 People x 50 Years (2010) co-authored with Michael Fitzpatrick, that tells the story of twenty pioneers of Alcoholics Anonymous from United States, Canada, Australia & New Zealand.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "William G. Borchert author info". Hazelden Foundation. Retrieved October 18, 2011. 

External links[edit]

William G. Borchert on Internet Movie Database