Meet Bill Myers
Emmy Award-winning actor Bill Myers is an accomplished actor, jazz musician, filmmaker, writer, educator, and speaker. As a bi-racial man who is both black and white, Bill leverages his background, talents, and voice through creativity, compassion, and connection as activism for social justice to focus on uniting the divide and compelling change.
In a civic leadership capacity, he has served as President of the African American Jazz Caucus in NYC, member of the Indianapolis Cultural Development Committee, and served as President of the Indianapolis Downtown Optimist Club. In addition to his Emmy Award, Bill has received many awards and notable commissions for his work including being commissioned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art to create an original work for Dr. Martin Luther King Day entitled “The Music, Martin & Me.”
Bill Myers seeks to encourage, enlighten, and empower others through the power of entertainment to affect social justice.
Bill Myers Inspires Podcast Show
LIVE FRIDAYS 3 PM ET/2 CT/1 MT/12 PT
Today we are facing some of the greatest challenges of our lives, from our health, to political unrest, the environment, financial uncertainty and the nation’s racial divide. Every Friday at 3pm EST, join teacher, minister and life coach Bill Myers as he and his guests take a deep dive into the issues that impact our world and with an eye to exploring solutions! Bill Myers Inspires encourages listeners to look within themselves and take decisive action to make a positive difference.
Bill Myers is a multi-disciplined performer who has worked professionally in the entertainment industry as an actor, musician, writer, director, producer, filmmaker, arts educator, and he's also a minister. Bill Myers is an Emmy Award-winner for his performance in Chicago’s NBC docudrama “Fast-Break to Glory: The DuSable Panthers.”
This 10-minute short film won "Best Of Show" at the New York Film Academy at Universal Studios in California, and was featured in "Art & Soul At The Movies" at the Indianapolis Artsgarden. This highly provocative and challenging film by Bill Myers, was shot entirely on location in Indianapolis over 2 days. A private screening sponsored by Pacers Sports and Entertainment was held at Conseco Fieldhouse followed by a discussion which was moderated by FOX59 TV anchor, Cheryl Parker.
This 10-minute short film won "Best Of Show" at the New York Film Academy at Universal Studios in California, and was featured in "Art & Soul At The Movies" at the Indianapolis Artsgarden.
This highly provocative and challenging film by Bill Myers, was shot entirely on location in Indianapolis over 2 days. A private screening sponsored by Pacers Sports and Entertainment was held at Conseco Fieldhouse followed by a discussion which was moderated by FOX59 TV anchor, Cheryl Parker.
The Indianapolis Museum of Art commissioned Bill Myers as an artist to create an original work for the "Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day" Celebration at the Indianapolis Museum of Art on January 19, 2009. The African American Jazz Caucus was proud to participate in this production.
This performance was the evening before the historic Presidential Inauguration of Barack Obama as the first African-American elected President of the United States of America.
Truly a labor of love by all those who participated and so graciously contributed their time, talent and gifts to this momentous occasion.
This multi-media experience includes a variety of elements including a concert music performance covering various relevant popular songs and styles, a video documentary, live theatrical lighting and autobiographical storytelling.