William Lee Woollett (1872 – 1953) was an American architect and muralist. He was the architect for the Million Dollar Theater’s auditorium. Born in Albany, New York Woollett the son of architect William M. Woollett. He received a degree in architecture from MIT and came to California after the 1906 earthquake. His most known work includes the Million Dollar and Metropolitan Theaters, State Armories in San Francisco, as well as schools, office buildings, theaters, and houses in Los Angeles. He was a well-known architect in southern California and often painted murals on his buildings. Woollett’s son, William Woollett, and grandson Joseph L. Wollett were also architects.