Saul Williams Bio, Age, Family, Wife, Kids, Books, Movies, Girlfriends

Saul Williams Biography

Saul Williams is a rapper, singer, songwriter, musician, poet, writer, and actor from the United States known for his unique blend of poetry and alternative hip hop and his lead roles in the independent films Slam and Holler If Ya Hear Me.

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How old is Saul Williams? – Age

Williams is 49 years old as of 29 February 2021. He was born Saul Stacey Williams in 1972 in Newburgh, New York, United States.

Saul Williams Family – Education

Williams is the youngest of three children born to Saul Williams. He went to Newburgh Free Academy. He earned a BA in acting and philosophy from Morehouse College before moving to New York City to pursue an MFA in acting from New York University’s Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts. He became involved in the New York café poetry scene while attending New York University. From 1988 to 1989, he was an exchange student in Brazil.

Does Saul Williams have kids? – Is Saul Williams married?

He identifies as queer. Williams and Marcia Jones, a visual artist, and art professor met as collaborative artists in the Brooklyn performance art and spoken word poetry scene in 1995. Saturn, their daughter, was born in 1996. After a five-year relationship, Williams married actress Persia White on February 29, 2008. On her Myspace blog on January 17, 2009, White announced that she and Williams were no longer together. He is now married to Anisia Uzeyman, an actress. Williams and renowned choreographer Fatima Robinson has a son named Xuly.

How much is Saul Williams worth? – Net Worth

He has an estimated net worth of $500 Thousand.

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What character did Saul Williams play on Girlfriends?

She was cast as a poet Sivad in the American sitcom television series Girlfriends. Guest star Tia Mowry played Joan’s cousin Melanie Barnett, an aspiring medical student who wants to give up her future to follow her professional athlete boyfriend to San Diego in a 2006 episode of Girlfriends titled “The Game.” That episode served as the pilot for The Game, a spin-off series that was later canceled by The CW. BET announced in April 2010 that it would renew the series, which aired new episodes until the series finale on August 5, 2015. (#13) When the fourth season of The Game premiered in 2015, it drew 7.7 million viewers, making it the most-watched sitcom premiere in cable television history at the time.

Saul Williams The New York Times

Williams’ work has appeared in The New York Times, Esquire, Bomb Magazine, and African Voices, and he has four collections of poetry under his belt. Williams has toured and lectured all over the world as a poet and musician, performing at a variety of universities and colleges. Williams explained why he creates in so many genres in an interview for the book Words in Your Face: A Guided Tour Through Twenty Years of the New York City Poetry Slam: “It’s not that I balance those arts out, all the different arts balance me out.”

So, there is a certain type of emotion that is more easily accessible through music than through poetry… some things are meant to be written, some things are meant to be sung, some things are meant to be hummed, and some things are made to be yelled, and that’s just how life works.”

In January 2009, he and The Arditti Quartet released NGH WHT – The Dead Emcee Scrolls, a reading of his 2006 poetry collection of the same name. Listeners could download chapters 18 to 22 of the 27-minute composition in MP3 format for free, or they could pay $6 for the entire 33-chapter composition in lossless AIFF format, which included the isolated vox. Listeners could download chapters 18 to 22 of the 27-minute composition in MP3 format for free, or the entire 33-chapter composition in lossless AIFF format, along with the isolated vocal and quartet multitracks, for $6. The total size of the paid download was 563 megabytes. On Arthur H.’s 2011 album Baba Love, Williams contributed to two tracks.

Saul Williams Books

♦ 2024 – Martyr Loser King Saul Williams
♦ 2003 – Said the Shotgun to the Head
♦ 1998 – The Seventh Octave: The Early Writings of Saul Stacey Williams Saul Williams