William-Smith-Obituary

William Smith

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William Smith was an actor known for roles in movies and TV shows including “Laredo” and “Rich Man, Poor Man.”

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I loved the good, bad guy portrayal in all his movies growing up. William was the guy we loved to hate and loved at the same time. lol... We'll all be by your side soon enough. Save us a spot will ya? :) You are lucky that a good part of your life was blessed. Condolences to the family. Sorry for your loss.

My condolences to the family and friends on the loss of this wonderful actor. His presence graced both film and TV in a long and illustrious career that I enjoyed immensely. Was my favorite. Biker movies, Rockford Files, Any Which Way You Can, bodybuilding magazines are all where I took special pleasure in “watching him work.”

Mr. Smith was great actor, every females' idea of a husband. He was a sex symbol. I hope that he can rest in peace. We loved you fircyeats.

Bill was one of the nicest and most talented people I ever knew. I went to his birthday party on March 24, 1972 in LA while studying acting. I am sorry I never kept in touch after I walked away from acting. I was just weeks from being signed.

Loved his movie fast company shot right here in my home province Alberta here in Western Canada. Was one of the great drag race movies of all time in my opinion.

William Smith was my favorite villain by far, bar none.

Such a great actor with many accomplishments. I know it brings great sorrow to the family for this precious loss. I’m so sorry for your loss but do offer you my sincere sympathy.

Intimadating screen presence. You inspired me to lift weights at a young age.will Never be matched. Rip