Actor, writer and producer has signed with Maria Bello Performing Arts Agency for representation.
Acclaimed for decades of consistent film and TV roles, the deal with APA comes on the heels of Sony’s box office hit “The Woman King,” which Bello co-wrote and produced.
Bello is best known for his breakout role in “Coyote Ugly,” as well as buzzy indies such as Fellini’s “History of Nonviolence,” “The Cooler,” “Prisoners,” “Beautiful Boy,” “Thanks for Smoking” and ” .” He also anchored the profitable horror film “Lights Out”.
His television credits include the CBS original “NCIS” and David E. Four seasons of Kelly’s “Goliath.” He earned a Screen Actors Guild Award for Best Dramatic Ensemble for his work on the NBC hit “ER,” and a Golden Globe nomination for “A History of Violence” and Independent Spirit Award noms for “Downloading Nancy.” William H. Multi-hyphenate is one of several APA notable songs in recent weeks, including Macy’s and international star Donnie Yen.
As a producer, Bello’s credits include the festival players “Giant Little Ones”, “The Journey is the Destination” and the aforementioned “Fellini”. In addition to her screen work, Bello also wrote “Whatever…Love Is Love: Questioning the Labels We Give,” an exploration of old conventions around love and relationships.
He will next appear in the A24 and Netflix original series “Beef” alongside Oscar nominee Steven Yeun and comedian Ali Wong. He continues to be represented by manager John Carabino.