We are so proud to welcome an actor who has been such an important staple of not only great genre productions but also simply television in and of itself. Steven Williams has appeared in well over 100 titles, ranging from appearing as a regular cast member on television shows to appearing in some of the most iconic films of all time. I don’t mind breaking the forth wall and saying that, as a native of Chicago, I’m exicted to add a client who is a cast member of one of the most famous movies ever shot in my fair city – “The Blues Brothers” (pictured, right alongside John Candy).
His credits are far and wide. Not only did he appear in the opening segment of the Twilight Zone Movie, but he also portrayed Black Jack Savage in Disney’s “The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage.” In the world of television, he is largely known for acting alongside a young Johnny Depp in 97 episodes of “21 Jump Street” (pictured left). He also played a vitally important and incredibly mysterious “man in black” character in in “The X-Files” series called Mr. X (pictured below). Other television credits include playing lead characters in “LA Heat” and “Linc’s,” as well as playing reoccurring characters in “Supernatural,” “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Dallas,” “Legacy,” “Booker” “The Equalizer.”
Recently, Steven appeared in the major motion picture release, “Jack the Giant Slayer” with Ewan McGregor and Stanley Tucci and the film “The Call” with Hallee Berry and Abigail Breslin.