Gary Anthony Williams is an accomplished American actor, comedian, and filmmaker known for his exceptional voice acting credits. Born in Fayetteville, Georgia, he has been deeply involved in theater, comedy, and television since his early days. With a BA in Theater and Communications, Gary’s talent took root, leading him to join New Jersey’s renowned Improv Jam Comedy Labs at a young age. Throughout his career, he has left an indelible mark as a versatile performer and voice actor.
In the world of voice acting, Gary Anthony Williams has delivered outstanding performances. Notably, he voiced Uncle Ruckus in the acclaimed series The Boondocks, General Horace Warfield in StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, and Dr. Richard Tygan in XCOM 2, captivating audiences with his unique portrayals.
On the television front, Gary’s talents shine brightly. He has made memorable appearances on popular shows like Boston Legal, I’m Sorry, Malcolm in the Middle, and The Soul Man. As a series regular, he left a lasting impression on Blue Collar TV and currently graces the improv comedy series Whose Line Is It Anyway?. Furthermore, Gary is one of the co-founders of the esteemed L.A. Comedy Shorts Film Festival, showcasing his passion for filmmaking.
Gary Anthony Williams’ early life in Atlanta, Georgia, was instrumental in shaping his acting career. From performing with the Georgia Shakespeare Festival to being a cherished member of Atlanta’s longest-running improv troupe, Laughing Matters, his dedication to the craft is evident. His roles in I’ll Fly Away and In the Heat of the Night, filmed in the Atlanta area, showcased his versatility as an actor before he ventured to Los Angeles in 1998.
Beyond his voice acting and television endeavors, Gary has left his mark on the film industry. With appearances in films like Undercover Brother, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and Soul Plane, he has displayed his acting prowess on the big screen.
With a strong presence in the world of improvisational comedy, Gary Anthony Williams continues to amaze audiences with his performances in Cookin’ With Gas and The Black Version at The Groundlings Theatre. Moreover, he graces The CW’s revival of Whose Line Is It Anyway? as a recurring performer.
Gary’s voice acting credits, including his exceptional portrayals of iconic characters in various video games like Alpha Protocol, Mass Effect, and StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty and Heart of the Swarm, have cemented his position as a respected and admired talent in the entertainment industry.