He started his career as an assistant cameraman at Universal Studios and later served as an editor. He directed a low budget boxing melodrama called Leather Gloves in 1948, and worked with Cameron Mitchell and Richard Quine to make the film. Eventually, Asher turned to
, where he directed episodes of “Racket Squad,” “Big Town” and “I Love Lucy.” In addition to his many credits in feature films, Asher also directed a series of teleplays called “Reverse Phone,” “The Big Time,” and “The Endless Summer.”
In addition to his work with fantasy sports, Asher has a passion for sports. He has previously worked in adult entertainment in bars, restaurants, and adult films. Bill also loves playing fantasy sports and has experience in daily fantasy sports. However, he is best known for his work with Monkey Knife Fight. His company has won several awards, including one for its
efforts. Its wildly popular game Monkey Knife Fight is the perfect fit for fans of fantasy sports and simple, easy-to-use interface.
Asher was born in New York, where his mother, Lillian Bonner, was an actress. When he was a boy, his family moved to Los Angeles. His first job was in the mail room at Universal Studios. He then worked on television shows and co-created a hit show called “Bewitched.” The show’s premise is that Bill Asher an average suburban housewife is a witch.
After being divorced, Mr. Asher was married to actress Joyce Bulifant. They were married for ten years until their divorce in 1963. Their divorce was the result of marital problems. The Ashers had three children. In addition to his wife, Bill Asher is survived by two daughters and three sons.
As a guitar maker, Bill Asher has an impressive client list. His clients include many famous musicians and celebrities. Among his famous clients are Jackson Browne, Fleetwood Mac, Paul Simon, and Ben Harper. In addition to
guitars, Asher Guitars and Lap Steels also create accessories.
After a career in the legal field, Bill Asher has also made a name for himself as a mentor and adviser to young entrepreneurs. Bill is a member of ICSC (Innovative Commerce Serving Communities). He has also served as a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Los Angeles for over twenty years. He lives in South Orange County with his family. He enjoys traveling and golfing