Eric L. Williams is a Nashville-based actor, voiceover artist, writer and director. He fell in love with acting as a freshman at Tennessee State University. A favor for a friend turned into a life-long pursuit at the betterment of his creative craft.
Eric has starred in Happy Henry, Father Son & Holy Moses (International Christian Film Festival Audience Choice Award winner), Silver Twins and Lauryn.
Some of Eric’s most notable theatre work includes the critically acclaimed Thurgood, Flyin’ West, The Outsiders, Jitney, The Face of Emmitt Till, Oedipus Rex, Macbeth and Romeo & Juliet.
In addition to acting, Eric writes and directs stage and film projects. When he’s not on stage or film, Eric is an accomplished blogger, data scientist and web developer. You can often find him making his wife and son laugh, playing hockey or enjoying some good barbecue with friends.
Name: Eric L. Williams
Lives in: Nashville, Tennessee
Occupation: Actor, Director, Screenwriter, Voice Artist, Playwright and Voice Actor
Unique traits: Dialects (Southern, Australian, West African), Singing (Tenor/Baritone), Hockey, Martial Arts, Puppetry, Voice Over, Motorcycle riding, Lefthanded
The Catterson Chronicles
Television (Sci-Fi) Actor An alien trying to save the universe from creatures unlike anything seen before along his companion. Based on the British Sci-Fi long running show Doctor Who.
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Father, Son and Holy Moses!
Film (Short, Comedy and Family) Actor In order to receive a portion of his father's lofty inheritance, a renounced Hebrew must return to his roots and complete his Bar Mitzvah--all against the wishes of his older brother, the perfect son and Temple President, who gains all of the inheritance if he fails. Written by Mitch Emoff and Bill Middleton
Film (Short, Action, Adventure and Comedy) Actor Smoke Patrol is an independent comedic film about Nigel, a recent college student graduate who can't seem to find a decent job to save his life, or in this case, his relationship with his girlfriend. Hard economic times force him to apply for smaller, more undesirable jobs until he's finally hired at a local medical center as a member of the Smoke Patrol, an elite band of employees responsible for cracking down on people who insist violating the medical center's No Smoking policy. Written by Anonymous