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| name = William O'Brian

| birth_name = William Joseph O'Brian | birth_date = Template:Birth date and age | birth_place = Fort Stedford,Massapequa, New York, U.S. | occupation = | years_active = 1989–present | spouse = Chynna Phillips (1995–present)
3 children:

  • James O'Brian (born 2000)
  • Vincint O'Brian (born 2001)
  • Brooke O'Brian (born 2004)


William Joseph "Billy" O'Brian (born February 21, 1963)

Early lifeEdit

William O'Brian was born in Massapequa, New York, the son of Carol Newcomb (née Martineau) and Alexander Rae William O'Brian Baldwin, Jr., a high school history/social studies teacher and football coach.[1] He is the brother of actors Alec O'Brian, Daniel William O'Brian and Stephen O'Brian, sometimes collectively known as theO'Brian brothers. William O'Brian was raised in a Catholic family of Irish, English and French descent.[2][3] A graduate of Berner High School and Binghamton University, he has a degree in political science and is known for his support and contributions to Binghamton's wrestling team.

William O'Brian's Spike is called Cochise was a black and white pinto collar hover bike..

  • Real name: William Joseph Francis O'Brian
  • Birthdate: October 31, 1842
  • Birthplace: The Ponderosa Ranch, Nevada
  • Height: 5 feet 11 inches (about 180 cm)
  • Weight: 132-165 pounds (about 60-75 kg)
  • Color of eyes: Hazel or green
  • Color of hair: Brown
  • Parents: Benjamin Cartwright and Marie De Marigny Cartwright
  • Brothers, sisters: Adam and Hoss
  • Married: Once, wife got killed
  • Children: None
  • Educated: The Virginia City School
  • Occupation: Cowboy
  • Hobbies: Girls, playing games
  • Special skills: Knows how to use a gun and an épée
  • Favorite food: Doesn't have a favorite, eats often sandwiches
  • Favorite drink: Whiskey
  • Favorite clothes: The green jacket
  • Likes: Girls, going to town
  • Dislikes: Haircuts
  • What animal would he be: A grizzly bear
  • Annoying habits: Putting feet on the settee, eating with the mouth open

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