William Aydelott Aydelott

Profile Updated: February 23, 2017
Residing In: Weston, MA USA
Homepage: waverlymopic.com
Occupation: Film producer/director
Children: Brian, born 1988
Megan, born 1990
Jillian, born 1992
Hayley, born 1994
Comments:

Divorced since 2000, Lived in the greater Boston area since 1974, Continue to preside over my own film/video production company, Waverly Motion Pictures, LLC shooting TV spots, corporate/industrial videos, documentaries, scenes for episodic network tv series and my own independent dramatic projects.

Used to be a radio reporter and tv anchorman in New Hampshire and Vermont while at the same time setting up my production company with an early start as a ski-film cameraman for Warren Miller & Co.

School Story:

Was at Abington Heights for freshman & sophomore years, and then The Hill School (Pottstown, PA) for junior and senior years.
Attended Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH and graduated as a Senior Fellow with a Special Major in Film Theory and Production in 1972.

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May
02
May 02, 2017 at 8:33 PM

Sorry to hear this. Eddy Woehling and I were both on that tennis team, and we remember Bill as an intense competitor. Rob Schneider was always #1, and I think Bill was not far behind. I don't remember Bill's rank, but I do recall losing to him more often than not. He was a good guy, a true team player and evidently an individual with a wide variety of interests in competitive auto racing and other pursuits. Condolences to his family. They should know he is well-remembered.

Bill Aydelott

 

Feb
23
Feb 23, 2017 at 4:51 PM
Feb 23, 2017 at 4:50 PM
Have been wanting to take a crack at The Amazing Race on CBS for several years now, but had to wait until youngest daughter Hayley would have just reached the qualifying age of 21. She's a multi-sport athlete and committed student at UVM, while holding 3 jobs - a work ethic that more than matches her dad's...but having grown up 2 states and a 3.5 hour drive away, we've never really had the opportunity to build the kind of relationship a father and daughter should have. We may not win the million dollar prize, but if accepted as a team for the early summer '15 filming, we'd sure as hell be competitive - and in the process have a priceless opportunity to bond in a way that has just not previously been possible.
Feb 23, 2017 at 4:44 PM
Feb 23, 2017 at 4:43 PM
Posted: Feb 23, 2017 at 4:50 PM

Amazing Race entry

Have been wanting to take a crack at The Amazing Race on CBS for several years now, but had to wait until youngest daughter Hayley would have just reached the qualifying age of 21. She's a multi-sport athlete and committed student at UVM, while holding 3 jobs - a work ethic that more than matches her dad's...but having grown up 2 states and a 3.5 hour drive away, we've never really had the opportunity to build the kind of relationship a father and daughter should have. We may not win the million dollar prize, but if accepted as a team for the early summer '15 filming, we'd sure as hell be competitive - and in the process have a priceless opportunity to bond in a way that has just not previously been possible.