475 S. Curson Ave.
Los Angeles, CA. 90036
JERMAINE L WILLIAMS was born in Washington D.C., and grew up in Burtonsville, Maryland. He is known for making funny facial expressions, and having a distinct voice. Throughout his childhood, making people laugh and using his unique sense of creativity made him stand out from the rest. While performing theatre at Paint Branch High School, he discovered that acting was one of his passions. After graduation, he studied TV Production at Morgan State University, then earned his Bachelorís Degree in Film & Video at University of Maryland Baltimore County. During college, he starred in many independent shorts, including "Practice Session" (2002) and "Peace of Mind" (2003), which made Top Ten in the Triggerstreet Film Festival. In that same year, Jermaine became the first national winner of the "WB Casting Call" contest, which included a trip to LA, a cash prize, a meeting with the WB Executive Vice President of Casting, and a national television appearance on the WB. In 2004, he starred in his first feature film entitled "Last Ride of the Raven." Jermaine also performs standup comedy in various locations in and around the Los Angles area, and continues to fulfill his love for acting.