Bill Ogilvie is a versatile teacher, actor, singer, director, and drama coach in Hawaii. Bill's credits include TV and Film (Lost (2 episodes), Fishbowl, Baywatch Hawaii, Jake and the Fatman, Magnum P.I.), Theater (Nixon in Frost/Nixon, Peron in Evita, Mendy in Lisbon Traviata, Frederick in A Little Night Music, Pepe in El Grande De Coca-Cola), Director (Amadeus, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, Red Herring, Moon Over Buffalo, Fiddler on the Roof, Twelfth Night, Six Degress of Separation, Arsenic and Old Lace), and Educator (Shakespearean Acting, Kaiulani Elementary, Momilani Elementary (Artist in Residence) ).
Bill teaches acting for adults and home-schooled children at Diamond Head Theatre and directs The Spring Musical at Kaiser High School. He also coaches privately, ages six to sixty, in TV/Film acting, Speech, Stage Acting, and Shakespearean Acting. Students have garnered awards at the National Shakespeare Competition, Hawaii State Forensic League, and Presidential Scholar in the Arts programs.