Samm-Art Williams (born Samuel Arthur Williams; January 20, 1946) is an American playwright and screenwriter, and a stage and film/TV actor and television producer.
Much of his work concerns the African-American experience. He was nominated for a Tony Award and a Drama Desk Award for his play Home (1979), which moved from the Negro Ensemble Company to a Broadway production in 1980. In the mid-1980s, he received two Emmy nominations for his work for TV series. The Black Rep of St. Louis, Missouri produced the premier of his play The Montford Point Marine (2011).
|Playwright||Welcome to Black River||1984-85 Season|
|Playwright||The Dance on Widow’s Row||1999-00 Season|
|Director||Liberty Call||1982-83 Season|
|Director||The Dance on Widow’s Row||1999-00 Season|
|Actor||Liberty Call||1982-83 Season|