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Born in San Antonio, Texas , Birmingham spent his formative years moving from state to state, due to his father's career in the military. As the eldest of five children, Gil grew up in many locations, including Alaska, Hawaii and Kentucky, eventually ending up in California which he now calls home. His musical aspirations began at age 10, when he first picked up a guitar and learned to play. Since then, he has traveled across the country, singing and playing guitar with various bands. Stevie Ray Vaughan , Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix served as the early inspiration for Birmingham's musical style, which ranges from Blues and R&B , to Rock .
After graduating from the University of Southern California with a degree in Administration, he embarked on a career in petrochemical engineering. Birmingham began bodybuilding and soon entered a number of bodybuilding contests. His sculpted physique led to his first acting experience when he was cast opposite Diana Ross in her music video,Muscles. After his on camera debut, Birmingham's acting became an extension of the creative expression of his music. While studying acting with Larry Moss and Charles Conrad , he played Conan the Barbarian at Universal Studios Hollywood .
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San Antonio, Texas, USA
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Gil Birmingham (born July 13, 1953) is an American actor of Comanche ancestry, best known for his portrayal of Billy Black in the The Twilight Saga film series.
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