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Actor Bill Gorman Receives A Star In Binghamton's Walk Of Fame
Wednesday, September 30, 2015 11:19 PM EDT
It seems that everything from performing on local stages to narrating Emmy winning documentaries are on the resume of Binghamton's own Bill Gorman.
He was awarded a star on the city's Wall of Fame. Gorman has performed in a number of shows and even spent years working Endicott's Cider Mill Playhouse.
"Finding out that you kind of walk funny and move funny or sing a funny song, people will laugh at you and that becomes enjoyable for them and enjoyable for me." says actor Bill Gorman.
Local lawmakers awarded Mr. Gorman with the star for his acting, but he also has experience as a teacher in Vestal High School.