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Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams

Gregory Alan Williams is an American literary critic and theorist. His work has been influential in literary history and theory, African-American studies and the discipline of African studies, and Marxism.

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is an American actor and author. He is best known for portraying LAPD Officer Garner Ellerbee in Baywatch. From 2011 until 2013, Williams portrayed the role of Coach Pat Purnell in the USA Network series Necessary Roughness. Williams also appeared on the 2015 ABC series Secrets and Lies and then on Greenleaf, and later on 2017's Manhunt: Unabomber.

Gregory Alan Williams, an Emmy Award-winning actor and writer, grew up in Des Moines, Iowa and now lives in Los Angeles. He is best known for his role as Garner Ellerbee in the television series Baywatch. He has also appeared in In the Line of Fire, Remember the Titans, and the television show Necessary Roughness. He is one of the founding members of Penumbra - St. Paul Minnesota's first professional African-American theatre- and has appeared with the Chicago Shakespeare Company. (Source: www.chicagoreviewpress.com)

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Gregory Alan Williams, an Emmy Award-winning actor and writer, grew up in Des Moines, Iowa and now lives in Los Angeles. He is best known for his role as Garner Ellerbee in the television series Baywatch. He has also appeared in In the Line of Fire, Remember the Titans, and the television show Necessary Roughness. He is one of the founding members of Penumbra - St. Paul Minnesota's first professional African-American theatre- and has appeared with the Chicago Shakespeare Company.

Currently in his 60s, Gregory Alan Williams is another individual that’s continuing to be noticed at this time since he’s made several big contributions to show business and has been around since the 80s. Like a few others that have been written about lately he’s a Baywatch alum and stayed with the show for a handful of years before feeling the need to move on. At the moment he is still working and can be seen in several projects that have come out in recent years. There would definitely be an argument among fans as to where and when he’s been the most effective since in all fairness he’s been a pleasure to watch in his younger days and hasn’t lost a step as he’s aged. As one of the more obvious supporting actors out there he tends to take on roles that are beneficial and important to a movie or a show and whose absence might have been noticed had he not been there. A few of his movie appearances have been little more than a few minutes of screen time before he’s shuffled to the background, but he’s still memorable enough in his role that one can remember that he was in the production to start with. Like a lot of stars throughout the years he’s had lines he had to speak that were a tad controversial and might not fly today, but were funny back in the day since they served a purpose in the scene he’d been given. One notable line comes from the movie Be Cool, “You know what you tell a man with two black eyes? Nothing, he’s already been told twice.” Flip the script and make ‘man’ into ‘woman’ and there’d be a lot of people crying foul. Some might say it’s not okay for a man either, but let’s be real, most people wouldn’t bat an eyelash. (Source: tvovermind.com)

Baywatch

Gregory Alan Williams, an Emmy Award-winning actor and writer, grew up in Des Moines, Iowa and now lives in Los Angeles. He is best known for his role as Garner Ellerbee in the television series Baywatch. He has also appeared in In the Line of Fire, Remember the Titans, and the television show Necessary Roughness. He is one of the founding members of Penumbra - St. Paul Minnesota's first professional African-American theatre- and has appeared with the Chicago Shakespeare Company.

As an actor Williams has over 130 acting credits to his name. From 1995 to 1997 he starred as Garner Ellerbee in the television series Baywatch Nights and from 1989 to 1998 he starred as the same role in the TV series Baywatch. From 2011 to 2013 he starred as Coach Pat Purnell in the series Necessary Roughness. Williams starred as Judge Warren Libby in the television series Drop Dead Diva from 2009 to 2014 and in 2016 he starred as Robert "Mac" McCready in the TV series Greenleaf. Williams has starred in the movies Above the Law, Major League, The Package, In the Line of Fire, Stag, Remember the Titans, Old School, Terminator Genisys, Beyond Deceit, and Containment. (Source: www.celebritynetworth.com)

 

 

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