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Gary Anthony Williams has been involved with acting and comedy since he was a young man. His first credit came on late 80s TV series "In the Heat of the Night," a Southern police drama filmed near his hometown. After moving to Los Angeles in 1998, he scored a bit part in the 1999 Arnold Schwarzenegger apocalypse thriller "End of Days." He is often cast as an ironically intellectual character, a trend that started with his role as the "Smart Brother" in Eddie Griffin's 2002 film "Undercover Brother." That part led to perhaps Williams' most visible film role: Tarik, the resigned, extremely well read African-American prisoner blamed by the cops for everything in the successful 2004 stoner comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle." Williams has enjoyed success on television as well, doing both animated and live-action shows. He had recurring roles on the Frankie Muniz/Bryan Cranston comedy "Malcolm in the Middle" and Adult Swim's "Saul of the Mole Men" in the mid-2000s. A versatile actor, Williams also provided voices for many animated series for both adults and children, including the comic-strip adaptation "The Boondocks" and the Disney Channel's "Special Agent Oso." His longest stint on TV was a...

Gary Anthony Williams has been involved with acting and comedy since he was a young man. His first credit came on late 80s TV series "In the Heat of the Night," a Southern police drama filmed near his hometown. After moving to Los Angeles in 1998, he scored a bit part in the 1999 Arnold Schwarzenegger apocalypse thriller "End of Days." He is often cast as an ironically intellectual character, a trend that started with his role as the "Smart Brother" in Eddie Griffin's 2002 film "Undercover Brother." That part led to perhaps Williams' most visible film role: Tarik, the resigned, extremely well read African-American prisoner blamed by the cops for everything in the successful 2004 stoner comedy "Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle." Williams has enjoyed success on television as well, doing both animated and live-action shows. He had recurring roles on the Frankie Muniz/Bryan Cranston comedy "Malcolm in the Middle" and Adult Swim's "Saul of the Mole Men" in the mid-2000s. A versatile actor, Williams also provided voices for many animated series for both adults and children, including the comic-strip adaptation "The Boondocks" and the Disney Channel's "Special Agent Oso." His longest stint on TV was a 36-episode arc on the legal dramedy "Boston Legal," in which he played Clarence Bell, a cross-dressing, part-time lawyer.

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 Gingerbread Man, The (1998) Phillip Dunson
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