Bill Hayes

Actor and country-pop artist. Born 5 June 1925
Bill Hayes
Bill Hayes

Bill Hayes Biography (Wikipedia)

William "Bill" Foster Hayes III (born June 5, 1925) is an American actor and a Billboard #1 recording artist, as his song “The Ballad of Davy Crockett“ hit the top of the charts in the spring of 1955.

Following a successful career as a musician which began in the late 1940s, he began to focus on dramatic acting parts in the late 1960s, which led him to be cast in a role that gained him additional fame to a younger generation. This new chapter in his career began in 1970 when he originated the character of Doug Williams on NBC's Days of Our Lives, which he continues to play regularly to date on the serial.

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