During the past two decades, Chuck Williams has continued to establish himself as one of Hollywood’s hardest working celebrities.
Although Mr. Williams moved to Hollywood in 1983 to become an actor, his enthusiasm for every aspect of filmmaking quickly forced him to broaden his horizons.
He has worked as an assistant director alongside such Hollywood heavyweights as James Cameron, Rob Cohen, Kathryn Bigelow, John Badham, Penelope Spheeris, Jonathan Kaplan, David Fincher, Jim Kouf and a host of others.
Mr. Williams soon moved into producing. His films include the Sundance Channel’s EDDIE PRESLEY, DOUBLE BLAST for HBO, HORRORVISION, THE VAULT, STICHES, UP AGAINST AMANDA for Roger Corman, William Shatner’s GROOM LAKE for the Sci-Fi Channel, and Jeff Burr’s critically acclaimed World War II movie STRAIGHT INTO DARKNESS, released by Universal Studios. Chuck most recently produced the first American Lucha Libre film MIL MASCARAS VS.THE AZTEC MUMMY and KILLER PAD directed by Robert Englund.
Chuck co-directed / produced the shocumentary HALLOWEEN . . . THE HAPPY HAUNTING OF AMERICA 10th Anniversary Collector’s Edition DVD with friend Daniel Roebuck who also co-hosted the Halloween favorite with Bob Burns. The DVD features Robert Englund, Alice Cooper, Tom Savini, Doug Bradley, and Angus Scrimm.
Chuck has finally gotten back to his first love acting. Most recently he appeared opposite Bruce Campbell in Don Coscarelli’s BUBBA HO-TEP and THE CARBON COPY with Jonathan Breck. Also BRYAN LOVES YOU with Tony Todd and George Wendt. Chuck has also performed lead roles in GROOM LAKE with Amy Acker, SOULTAKER, UP AGAINST THE EIGHT BALL, DOUBLE BLAST with Linda Blair as well as countless other films and television shows, including THE YOUNG AND THE RESTLESS.
Chuck appeared as the murderous title character in DARK WALKER, a role which gave him the honor of being immortalized as a Halloween mask that was also featured in the hit comedy KNOCKED UP.
Chuck is now on THE GIRLS NEXT DOOR Season 5 . . . airing at the end of the year.
After 20 years in Hollywood, Mr. Williams continues to create. Whether it’s producing, directing or acting, Chuck has no intention of slowing down.