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Nye, Bill

LC control no.n 93040738
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Personal name headingNye, Bill
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Variant(s)Nye, Bill, Science Guy
Bill Nye the Science Guy
Science Guy
Nye, William S.
LocatedLos Angeles (Calif.)
Birth date1955-11-27
Place of birthWashington (D.C.)
Field of activityScience
Profession or occupationScientists Comedians Authors
Found inHis Bill Nye the science guy's ... c1993: CIP t.p. (Bill Nye) t.p. verso (William S. Nye)
Adventures in boating with Bill Nye the Science Guy credits (Bill Nye the Science Guy)
Planetary Society webpage, Jan. 28, 2009 Board of Directors (Bill Nye; scientist, comedian, teacher, author; Society's Vice President; studied astronomy at Cornell Univ. under Carl Sagan; mechanical engineering degree Cornell; worked for Boeing 3 yrs. & as consulting engineer in 1980s (clients incl. U.S. Dept. of Justice); first Bill Nye the Science Guy on KJR Radio, Seattle 1986; writer & talent, Seattle tv comedy show Almost Live (winner 13 local Emmys); 1992-1998 writer, producer & talent, Emmy award-winning Bill Nye the Science Guy tv series co-produced by Buena Vista (Disney) & KCTS (Seattle public tv); authored several books incl. latest Bill Nye The Science Guy's Great Big Book of Tiny Germs)
Wikipedia, Jan. 28, 2009 (Bill Nye, William Sanford Nye, aka Bill Nye the Science Guy; comedian, tv host, science educator & mechanical engineer; b. Nov. 27, 1955, Washington, D.C.; 1973 grad. Sidwell Friends School, Washington, DC; host, writer & producer educational tv program Bill Nye the Science Guy 1993-1997--series shot entirely in Seattle; created 13-episode PBS KCTS-TV science series The Eyes of Nye; host Science Channel's 100 Greatest Discoveries 2004-2005; now L.A. resident)
Science educator and advocate Bill Nye, 2018: ECIP t.p. (Bill Nye) ch. 1 (William (Bill) Sanford Nye; b. Nov. 27, 1955; attended Cornell University; studied mechanical engineering) ch. 3 (television program, Bill Nye the Science Guy, 1992-1998)
Associated languageeng