Bio

Damion J. Williams loves to entertain and has done so since he was 12 years old. He was a Bottle Dancer/Russian in Fiddler On The Roof in July 2012 with the cast of the King Of Prussia Players in his first musical. In 2009, he performed in The Improv Cafe with radio personality Tiffany Bacon of 100.3 The Beat. In 2011 and 2012 he was seen in Taming Of The Shrew as Grumio , Aladdin and The Wonderful Lamp as the Genie, and multiple roles in the interactive play The Greatest Life That Never Was.

He subsequently was the recipient of the First Place Trophy awarded in the Magner Nichols Monologue Contest. He was also the recipient of the Daphne Nichols Herbert Communication Arts Award in Theatre from the Community College of Philadelphia. In late 2012, he took on the role of Paul in the original production of Faces of Life at the oldest and most prestigious theatre in the country, The Walnut Theatre in Philadelphia, PA. In 2013, he took on the role of “Major” in a Twilight Zone episode adapted for stage theatre. Upon moving to New York City a year ago he was cast in the epic greek tragedy Antigone in March of 2014 which has been performed in two fringe shows and winning the award for Best Dance and Physical Movement Category at the Capital Fringe Festival in DC in July of 2014.

Damion has also appeared on various TV shows and Feature Film such as Investigation ID, Smash and Do No Harm and Law Abiding Citizen starring Jamie Foxx and Gerard Butler. He has been cast in four web series with one being awarded the Best Web series done in NY by the Brooklyn Web Fest in October 2015. In July of 2015 he was cast in a Independent Feature Film Career Opportunities In Organized Crime which made history for being the first virtual reality/conventional film to be entered into the Sundance Film Festival 2016. He has hopes of conquering more theatre productions and more speaking roles on Television and in Film.