STEPHEN TYRONE WILLIAMS is a "subtle and sure" actor (The New Yorker) whose film, tv, and stage performances "bring to mind a young Sidney Poitier" (The New York Times).
STEPHEN TYRONE WILLIAMS was raised in a college town in the South called Tuscaloosa where he earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Alabama in Theatre and Communication Studies.
STEPHEN TYRONE WILLIAMS has collaborated with filmmakers: David Mamet (HBO), Kareem Mortimer (SHOWTIME), and Andrew Dosunmu (Sundance); with stage directors: Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Trip Cullman, Kate Whoriskey, Daniel Aukin, and Adam Rapp.
STEPHEN TYRONE WILLIAMS has walked the boards at Geffen Playhouse, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, Hartford Stage, Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, and Signature Theatre (NYC).
STEPHEN TYRONE WILLIAMS is a certified actor/combatant with the Society of American Fight Directors and the British Academy of Stage and Screen Combat.