Regina Williams is a multi-talented entertainer who appeared as a celebrity judge on the hit ABC reality TV show, High School Musical: Get in the Picture! Williams received a Telly award for hosting Imagine, a one-hour special produced by KABC Channel 7 for Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.
A native of New Jersey, Williams earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Musical Theatre. Soon after graduating, her passion for acting was refined and enhanced after studying with such esteemed coaches as Ted Burnetti and Howard Fine of the Howard Fine Acting Studio. William’s interest in media communications earned her a certificate in radio and television broadcasting from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting.
Williams is a dynamic actress who brings a unique style and classic sophistication to audiences worldwide. Her principal acting roles in television, stage and film include Zach Stone Is Going To Be Famous (MTV), Drake and Josh (Nickelodeon), Men in Black ll and two films written and directed by Ride Along film director Tim Story. William’s stage credits include United Front, which won a 2013 NAACP Theatre Award, The Vagina Monologues and Body Language, written and directed by Michael Ajawae, a writer for the television sitcom Love That Girl.
In addition to her acting accolades, Williams is a creator and producer. She recently completed her first reality TV production as creator and Co-Executive Producer with Discovery Studios in connection with BET.
Williams is a former professor of dance at the University of Southern California’s School of Theater and is on the board of the non-profit organization, GreenLight Women. In her spare time, she enjoys knitting, working out and watching movies. You can learn more about Regina Williams on www.reginawilliams.net