Top Films of Billy Dee Williams

popular hollywood actor Billy dee williams

Billy Dee Williams, Now 75 years old, was born on 6th April, 1937 in New York; he is a celebrated American Actor, writer, singer as well as an artist. In his career he played some memorable roles in various movies, which will remain etched in the minds of his fans for years to come.

Early Career

Billy Dee Williams started his acting career in 1945 when he appeared in stage drama The Firebrand of Florence before making his film debut in The Last Angry Man, a movie that went on to win Academy Award Nomination. In 1971, Billy Dee Williams appeared in a TV movie titled Brian’s Song, which won him Emmy Award nomination for best actor.

Career Highlights

Billy Dee Williams became one of the popular black actors after his role in successful TV movie Brian’s Song in 1971. In 1980s he appeared in the 2 Stars Wars episodes in a role that was well received by Star Wars fans. He also played critical roles alongside Sylvester Stallone in Nighthawks and Michael Keaton in Batman in 1989.

In 1961, Billy Dee Williams recorded his first ever music album title Let’s Misbehave, which proved to be a commercial success and was received well by music lovers across the world. Side by side he continued to appear on TV in different shows including The Jeffersons, The Hughleys and 227 alongside Marla Gibbs. Lost Flight, Carter’s Army, The Jacksons : An American Dream and Shooting Stars are some of his major TV appearances.

Top Films of Billy Dee Williams

  • The Last Angry Man
  • Lady Sings the Blues
  • Mahogany
  • Star Wars Episode V : The Empire Strikes Back
  • Nighthawks
  • Batman
  • The Visit
  • The Ladies Man
  • Good Neighhbor
  • Constellation

 

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