Nathan Hale Biography

Birthday: 1976-02-22
Place of Birth: Chicago, Illinois USA
Height: 6' 2½" (1.89 m)
Wiki Biography: Nathan Hale Williams is a film and television producer, entertainment attorney and the founder of iN-Hale Entertainment. Williams is also an actor and former model. Born and raised in Chicago, Williams began appearing in regional theatrical productions, tours, commercials and television shows at the age of 8. A classically trained dancer, Williams continued to perform and study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After graduation, he attended the George Washington University Law School where he was the president of the Student Bar Association, a Dean's Fellow and the recipient of the GW Law Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Leadership. In 2003, Williams launched his own entertainment practice and production company. He has worked with clients such as Keith Boykin, Billy Porter, Tammy Ford, Barbara Tucker, Classic Media and Maurice Jamal. In the fall of 2003, Williams made his New York fashion week debut and signed with MEGA Management. Williams enjoyed a successful career as a print and runway model. In 2004, Williams made several appearances on the CBS daytime television series The Guiding Light, and he was cast in a lead role in the award-winning independent feature film, The Ski Trip, written and directed by Maurice Jamal (Chappelle's Show, Make My Day). The Ski Trip made history as the first black gay movie on television when it aired on MTV Networks' LOGO Network in July 2005. It has become the most widely seen film of its kind. Williams and partner Keith Boykin made television history as the first black gay couple on reality TV when they appeared on Showtime's American Candidate. Williams is the executive producer of Dirty Laundry, which is due in theaters Spring 2007. The film is revolutionary and features stellar performances from Loretta Devine, Rockmond Dunbar, Jenifer Lewis, Sommore and Terri J. Vaughn. He is also currently working on a television pilot, Salt & Pepper as well as his next film an adaptation of the best-selling novel, Homecourt Advantage written by his business partner Crystal McCrary Anthony and Rita Ewing. He lives in New York City.

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Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Nate Dogg Nate Dogg 2003 Drama
The Ski Trip 2004