Bill Camp (left) as 'Wilbur Tennant'

Bill Camp (Wilbur Tennant) is an Emmy®- and Tony-nominated actor who starred in the Hulu limited series “The Looming Tower,” which was based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning exposé by Lawrence Wright, focusing on Al-Qaeda and the road to 9/11. Camp earned critical praise for his heart-wrenching role as Robert Chesney, a FBI veteran with John O’Neill’s (Jeff Daniels) counter-terrorism unit in New York City. 

Camp’s film credits include Paul Dano’s directorial debut Wildfire, starring alongside Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan (playing Mulligan’s love interest), and Adam McCay’s star- studded Vice, which garnered eight Academy Award® nominations, including Best Picture, Directing, Original Screenplay, Actor and Supporting Actor and Actress; Camp portrayed President Gerald Ford in the film. 

Camp had quite the impressive 2017 with his Emmy® nomination (Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series) for his role as the subtle yet unapologetically intense Detective Dennis Box in HBO’s critically acclaimed limited series “The Night Of.” He held key roles in Midnight Special and Loving (both from writer-director Jeff Nichols), as well as Jason Bourne, directed by Paul Greengrass. 

Camp also appeared in Gold for director Stephen Gaghan; Aloha for director Cameron Crowe; Birdman (Academy Award® winner, Best Picture) for director Alejandro González Iñárritu; Love & Mercy; 12 Years a Slave (Academy Award® winner, Best Picture); Lincoln; Compliance; Lawless; Tamara Drewe; and Public Enemies. On the small screen, he has played recurring roles on “The Leftovers,” “Manhattan,” “Boardwalk Empire” and “Damages.” 

A veteran of the stage, Camp received a Tony Award nomination for his performance as Reverend John Hale in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, directed by Ivo Van Hove and produced by Scott Rudin. He is an alumnus of The Juilliard School and recipient of several awards and honors, including the Obie, Elliot Norton, Drama Desk and Boston Critics Association. 

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Official Trailer: Dark Waters

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Mark Ruffalo as 'Robert Bilott'

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Bill Camp (left) as 'Wilbur Tennant' and Mark Ruffalo (right) as 'Robert Bilott'

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Director Todd Haynes

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My First Gig with Mark Ruffalo

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William Jackson Harper as 'James Ross' 

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Bill Camp (left) as 'Wilbur Tennant'

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Nightline: Mark Ruffalo, lawyer Rob Bilott tell the true story behind film

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Tim Robbins as 'Tom Terp'

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Good Morning America: Actor Mark Ruffalo talks about his new film role in ‘Dark Waters’

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Anne Hathaway as 'Sarah Barlage'

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Victor Garber (left) as 'Phil Donnelly'

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“One person standing up can make a huge difference. And what we see when a community comes together...we can change things.” - Rob Bilott⠀Today, @MarkRuffalo, Rob Bilott, leaders from @environmentalworkinggroup and @NRDC_org and community organizers from across the country gathered in our nation’s capital to demand stronger protections against the dangers of #foreverchemicals (PFAS). For too long, corporations have polluted our communities causing massive impacts on public health. These chemicals are in our food, our drinking water, our clothing, and more. We deserve better- and change starts with all of us. See @DarkWatersMovie, and take action at the link in bio. #darkwaters
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Repost @markruffalo. . . At the premiere of @darkwatersmovie with the real-life superhero himself, Rob Bilott. It’s an honor and a privilege to bring his story to life. #DarkWaters is out in NY & LA 11/22, everywhere else 12/6. Get your tickets now at the link in my bio.
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Stories From Set | Ep3

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Mark Ruffalo as 'Robert Bilott'

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Mark Ruffalo as 'Robert Bilott'

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The View: Mark and Ruffalo and Rob Bilott Share Story Behind "Dark Waters"

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Screen Rant: Mark Ruffalo & Robert Bilott Interview