Latest News • ‘Alien: Covenant’ Star Billy Crudup Breaks Down His Most Terrifying Scene
Welcome! The aim of this website is to bring up to date information about the career of Billy Crudup. This site will focus on career only. “I’m trying to make a living by pretending to be different people, and if people know too much about me, that makes it really hard to do a job that I already find difficult. Then there’s nothing I can do to convince anybody that I’m you know, an ex-con from Queens” Source: U.S. (Feb 1999)

Jules   May 14, 2017   Photo Alert

Billy Crudup attends the “Alien: Covenant” World Premiere at the Odeon Leicester Square on May 4, 2017 in London, England. View // here

Jules   May 11, 2017   'gypsy'

Jules   May 11, 2017   Media/Videos

Jules   May 11, 2017   Media/Videos, ‘Alien: Covenant’

Jules   May 11, 2017   Interview, ‘Alien: Covenant’

Now It’s hard to tell if people know actor Billy Crudup more for his face or for his voice. A few years on Broadway and Off-Broadway stages led to the screen, where he’s played all sorts of roles for the past two decades: Real-life runner Steve Prefontaine in “Without Limits,” guitarist Russell in “Almost Famous,” big, blue Dr. Manhattan in “Watchmen,” and two great parts last year: Gentle, smiling William in “20th Century Women” and the nameless journalist in “Jackie.” He shifts gears with “Alien: Covenant,” in which his character must take on the challenge of becoming captain of a spaceship, even though he’s probably not ready for the responsibility. But why might you know Crudup’s deep, mellifluous voice? He had a 14-year run showing it off in the popular series of MasterCard ads that featured the word “priceless.” Crudup, 48, spoke about “Alien” and his career — in that voice — by phone from London. Read More: // here

Jules   May 11, 2017   ‘Alien: Covenant’

In space, no one can hear you scream – even if you’re screaming in frustration because the ins and stomach-bursting outs of Xenomorph history are leaving you feeling supremely confused. Ahead of the release of Alien Covenant, the latest instalment in the space franchise – although it’s technically a prequel – here’s a quick, chronological rundown of Alien history, and an explanation of how the various films in the series link to each other. Read More: // here

Jules   May 6, 2017   Interview, ‘Alien: Covenant’

BILLY Crudup has finally embraced his peculiarity as an actor — and it’s working for him. Fifteen years ago, the actor seemed destined for a career as a Hollywood leading man on the back of his charismatic performance as a rock star in Almost Famous. But a taste for offbeat theatre projects, his changing physiognomy, and an international scandal set him on an alternative path. (When Crudup left long-time girlfriend Mary-Louise Parker for Claire Danes in 2003, the headlines were merciless. Parker was pregnant with his son, William, at the time.) Read More: // here

Jules   May 6, 2017   ‘The Flash’

Ezra Miller has already made his DCEU debut as Barry Allen, but his work schedule may be delaying The Flash according to his on screen father Billy Crudup. Miller has already made two quick appearances as the speedster in both Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice and Suicide Squad, and he is now poised to have a much larger role this November with Justice League. Not only will the movie serve as an expansion for the DCEU, but also give audiences a chance to better understand who these newer heroes are, Flash included. Read More: // here

Jules   May 4, 2017   Events/Appearances

Jules   May 4, 2017   'gypsy'

The worst lies are the ones we tell ourselves… Today, Netflix debuted the first look images for its upcoming ten-part psychological thriller, Gypsy, starring Naomi Watts (Allegiant, Birdman). The series follows Jean Halloway (Watts), a Manhattan therapist with a seemingly picturesque life who begins to develop intimate and illicit relationships with the people in her patients’ lives. As the borders of Jean’s professional life and personal fantasies become blurred, she descends into a world where the forces of desire and reality are disastrously at odds. Read More: // here