Bill Muller

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Bill Muller was born on 1964 in New Jersey, United States. Discover Bill Muller’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 43 years old?

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Age43 years old
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BirthplaceNew Jersey, United States
Date of death6 September 2007
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NationalityUnited States

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Muller’s profile of John McCain won first place in the Arizona Press Club’s 1999 Awards for the Best Journalism in Arizona in government/politics reporting. The Arizona Press Club described Muller’s “The life story of Arizona’s maverick senator” as follows:


Bill Muller died on September 6, 2007, of kidney cancer, at the age of 42. The Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University announced plans to create a scholarship in honor of Muller. According to the dean of the Cronkite School, “In many ways, Bill represents what we want our students to achieve….He was a reporter who upheld the highest standards of accuracy, thoroughness and thoughtfulness.”


Several years after Muller transformed himself from a reporter into a film critic, he wrote a review of the 2004 film Catwoman. His movie review took the form of a fictitious letter from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to the movie’s star, Halle Berry, who had previously won an Academy Award in 2002. An excerpt of the letter follows:

For this, Muller received a 2004 award from the Arizona Press Club for best film, video and television criticism. The Press Club described his review of Catwoman as follows: “A review so fresh and clever that it’s worth reading to the end, even knowing that the movie is a dog.”


Bill Muller’s profile of John McCain originally appeared in The Arizona Republic and on on October 3, 1999. Reporter Dan Nowicki subsequently updated and revised the biography with additional material in January 2007.


In 1994, he joined The Arizona Republic, where he was an investigative reporter, and, starting in 2000, a film critic. He resided in Phoenix, Arizona with his wife Deborah, a former movie studio publicist, and their two children.


Muller covered public utilities during the late 1990s for the Republic, including the issue of power industry deregulation. His credits also include an award-winning profile of U.S. Senator John McCain, articles exposing public corruption, and a regular column devoted to fantasy football. Later, as a film critic, “Some of Bill’s reviews were more entertaining than the actual movies”, according to movie theater owner Dan Harkins.


William S. “Bill” Muller (1964–2007) was an American journalist and film critic, primarily for The Arizona Republic newspaper. He switched positions from reporter to film critic in 2000.