William Goldwyn Nunn III, best known as Billy Nunn, was an American actor who is best remembered by fans for his appearance in the Sam Raimi directed Spider-Man film trilogy. Did you know that he also went to college with the famed filmmaker, Spike Lee? In fact, he appeared in many of Spike’s early work, including Do the Right Thing and New Jack City. The director also gave Bill his first film credit, starring in School Daze, which was released back in 1988.

This was later followed by more appearances in major productions, including Sister Act, He Got Game, and Firehouse Dog. Aside from acting on films and TV series, Nunn tried performing on stage in a Pittsburgh-based play which he worked with Anthony Mackie. He also participated in an outreach program in his hometown back in 2008. Nunn passed away at the age of 62 on September 24, 2016.