William F. Reed was born and raised in California to a Native American, Mexican American, African American mother and a Welsh, French, and Irish father.
He grew up underprivileged so going to the movies was a treat that didn't occur very often. At the age of 5 William went to a movie that changed his life forever. The movie was E.T. and it affected him on a deep emotional level.
He knew there was something to this movie stuff but didn't exactly know what. Years later William understood his true calling in life. He was going to make movies!!
He moved to Los Angeles in 2001 with just enough money for 30 days and a big ole' dream of becoming a big shot movie director. While in Hollywood William worked the red carpet at the Oscars to having a small roll in Star Trek (2009).
Working as a programmer for multiple film festivals William now resides in Austin, Texas with his wife Jen.
The Good Hearts Club is his first feature film. He hopes his lighthearted stories will help to bridge the divide among Americans today.
As both a Native American and Mexican American William hopes his lighthearted stories will help to bridge the divide among Americans today.