ACTOR-DIRECTOR-TEACHER – Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Art Craft Truth with Russ Camarda

Feb 24 2021 • 1 hr 37 mins

ACTOR-DIRECTOR-TEACHER – Rosalyn Coleman Williams Russ talks with incredibly accomplished actor, director and acting coach Rosalyn Coleman Williams. Rosalyn has appeared in a number of feature films including (Vanilla Sky), (Brown Sugar (2002 film)) and (Music of the Heart). More recent credits include (Brooklyn's Finest) starring (Ethan Hawke) and (Don Cheadle), (Frankie and Alice) starring (Halle Berry), and (It's Kind of a Funny Story) starring (Emma Roberts) and (Viola Davis).. Among Rosalyn's many television credits are recurring/guest roles on Kidnapped (NBC), D.C. (WB), (Oz (TV series)) (HBO), Mercy (NBC), (Nurse Jackie) (Showtime), New Amsterdam (Fox), and several appearances on (Law & Order: SVU) and (Law & Order: Criminal Intent). Rosalyn's Broadway stage credits include (Radio Golf), (Seven Guitars), (The Piano Lesson), (Mule Bone), and (The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant). Off-Broadway she starred in the world premieres of Whose Family Values and Carson McCullers (Historically Inaccurate) by (Sarah Schulman) at Playwright's Horizons/The Women's Project. Other notable New York stage credits include the critically acclaimed Breath, Boom directed by Marion McClinton at Playwright's Horizons, The Old Settler at Primary Stages, Zooman and the Sign at the Signature Theater. She is a lifetime member of the Actors Studio.  TIME STAMPS [00: Links Roz Website ( IMDB Roz ( Links to Russ on YouTube and his Websites ( Russ Movies ( ( ( ( Production partners ( Support this podcast

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