He is perhaps best known for playing antagonist Caledon Hockley in the epic romance disaster film Titanic (1997). Established in January 2011, Welcome to Twin Peaks is an independent Twin Peaks and David Lynch community aiming to keep the fandom fire burning one (b)log at a time. William George Zane Jr. (born February 24, 1966) is an American actor. Audrey Horne[src] Tina was a resident of Twin Peaks, Washington. Someone here posted a theory that they think Richard Horne could be Billy. Established in January 2011, Welcome to Twin Peaks is an independent Twin Peaks and David Lynch community aiming to keep the fandom fire burning one (b)log at a time. I think it was posted this past week, shouldn't be too hard to find. Bryson giunge a Twin Peaks quando Cooper è accusato dalla polizia canadese di aver operato oltre il confine senza autorizzazione per salvare Audrey Horne, tenuta in ostaggio presso l'One Eyed Jacks. The website is not affiliated with Rancho Rosa Productions, CBS, Showtime, David Lynch, Mark Frost, Twin Peaks Productions, or … For the Twin Peaks resident, see Billy (Twin Peaks). As he approached the driver's side door, Billy became sick to his stomach, doubling over and warning his partner to stay away. Compare nella nuova serie in un breve cameo , in una scena insieme a David Lynch nei panni di Gordon Cole e Richard Chamberlain nei panni di Bill Kennedy. Tina was secretly seeing Billy until "pretty recently," according to Tina's daughter, Megan.1 Audrey Horne, who was also involved with Billy, said that she hated her.2 Megan described to her friend Sophie how, one night, Billy had leaped over a six-foot fence and run into her and Tina's home, bleeding from the nose and mouth. The website is not affiliated with Rancho Rosa Productions, CBS, Showtime, David Lynch, Mark Frost, Twin Peaks Productions, or … Billy is one of the things i keep coming back to, as well. Billy was a South Dakota Highway Patrol officer. His other works include Back to the Future (1985) and its sequel Back to the Future Part II (1989), Dead Calm (1989), and Memphis Belle (1989), the television series Billy and his partner arrived at the scene of a car accident near Buckhorn, where Dale Cooper's doppelganger had run off the road and vomited up a toxic substance.