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Tony Williams Biography

 
Birth Place:
Birmingham, AL
Bio:
Born the youngest of three children in Birmingham, Alabama to consensually generous parents Thomas Williams, a Baptist Deacon, core maker and entrepreneur, and Gloria Williams, a fiercely strong woman of many gifts, Tony, somewhat of a modern day renaissance man, followed the gifted and talented ... (read complete bio)
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Birth Place: Birmingham, AL

Bio:
Born the youngest of three children in Birmingham, Alabama to consensually generous parents Thomas Williams, a Baptist Deacon, core maker and entrepreneur, and Gloria Williams, a fiercely strong woman of many gifts, Tony, somewhat of a modern day renaissance man, followed the gifted and talented ... (read complete bio)

Born the youngest of three children in Birmingham, Alabama to consensually generous parents Thomas Williams, a Baptist Deacon, core maker and entrepreneur, and Gloria Williams, a fiercely strong woman of many gifts, Tony, somewhat of a modern day renaissance man, followed the gifted and talented educational path through his high school years playing multiple sports, instruments, and even such things as assisting in surgery. After receiving a Bachelor of Science degree in Pre-Medicine/Chemistry at Auburn University, he moved to Atlanta on a Production contract with a three man singing group making his way to the Nashville stage scene. Following regional theatre work in Tennessee, Tony completed training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts where he was seen on stage as Othello and Treat from Lyle Kessler's, "Orphans" among other roles. Since, he has appeared in the third part of the popular Taken franchise as the first officer to unsuccessfully attempt Bryan Mills' capture, in the pilot episode of James Lafferty's "Everyone is Doing Great", and in the Don Cornelius biopic, "American Soul", as Gladys Knight and the Pips' road manager. Outside of TV and film, he can be seen regularly on Los Angeles theatre stages.