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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christopher Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christopher Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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31 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Christopher Williams. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Christopher Williams, often where they are interviewed.

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Small Business Sit-Down #5: Christopher Williams from Princebury Productions & Media

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Jeff sits down with friend Christopher Williams, a man with an impressive background that could fill a book! Jeff and Christopher discuss the challenges of creating a successful film, changes to the film industry, and the challenges of working with Hollywood.


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Aug 20 2020 · 34mins
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Ep. 41 Christopher Williams | A Playful Grind, Creative Process, & Life after Closing

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Christopher Williams recently suspended a political campaign as well as closed his marketing agency, Expressedly Creative. While this conversation is not all about that experience, it was cool to have it in this season after such decisions. His shift from extremely engaged entrepreneur and budding civic leader to this season of time with family and freedom to work on other projects makes for a really rich season of reflection. I always enjoy talking with him and was so excited to catch up and talk through his recent experiences, get his observations on the state of business in general, and just enjoy the company of this really good dude. Please enjoy this conversation with Christopher Williams. 


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Aug 16 2020 · 2hr 38mins

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Too Black Too Nerdy Podcast Episode 31 (The Avatar Episode, Avatar vs Korra) Guest: Christopher Williams, Ses Real

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In this episode, we are joined by Christopher Williams and Ses Real. We reflect on Avatar The Last Airbender and debate ATLA vs The Legend of Korra. 

Jul 22 2020 · 2hr 6mins
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Shai Will "Love Jones" - Guest R&B Icon Christopher Williams

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Check out "Love Jones" Live Every Wednesday from 9pm-11pm (ET) hosted by Shai Will. R&B Hits, Slow James & Real Talk Discussions. This episode's special guest R&B icon Christopher williams. Tune in for the show.

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Jun 09 2020 · 1hr 10mins

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The E.Jones Show Feat Christopher Williams

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Christopher Williams (born August 22, 1967) is an American singer–songwriter and actor. Williams, who emerged during the late 1980s as a recording artist for Geffen Records, has scored many R&B hit singles, notably "Talk to Myself" (1989), "I'm Dreamin'" (1991) and "Every Little Thing U Do" (1993). The single "I'm Dreamin'", from the New Jack City soundtrack, became a No. 1 single on Billboard's Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles & Tracks charts. After a six-year hiatus from recording music, he returned to the scene with Real Men Do on the indie label Renegade, in 2001. It received a glowing, flattering review in Ebony Magazine that summer. In between solo pursuits, he has been a contributor to Alex Bugnon's "As Promised," with a smooth-jazz version of Mary J. Blige's "All That I Can Say," featured on "In Your World" with Twista & The Speedknot Mobstas, a very up-tempo track on the soundtrack of "Doctor Dolittle," and on the Cafe Soul All-Stars CD with a single titled "Used To Be." Other soundtrack contributions include: "Tha 2 of Us" from the film Bulletproof, "Superhero" from the film Butter, "Boom and the Bang" (featuring R&B songstress Monifah) and "I'm Yours" from the soundtrack of the stage play Men Cry in the Dark, and "Stranger In My Life" from the film Gunmen. Additional collaborations throughout his career include: "Round and Round" and "No Sunshine" from the CD Phuture Flava, "Love You More Than Words Can Say" from the CD Soul Blitz Allstars, "I Hope That We Can Be Together Soon" (a duet with Miki Howard), "You Are So Fine" (a duet with Shae), "Can't Wait To Be With You" from the DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince release Code Red, "I Wanna B Ure Lover" from the F.S. Effect release So Deep It's Bottomless, and "Sexual Healing" (a duet with reggae dancehall queen Patra).


Williams appeared in the 1991 film New Jack City in the role of Kareem Akbar, one of Nino Brown's assistants. He also had a cameo appearance in the 1990s police drama New York Undercover as "the singer," performing "Stranger in My Life," in the episode titled "The Shooter." He had another cameo in Gunmen, starring Christopher Lambert and Mario Van Peebles, singing a song titled "Stranger in My Life". Williams has also starred or co-starred in several successful off-Broadway theatre productions during the 2000s, including A Good Man Is Hard to FindA House Is Not a HomeMen Cry in the Dark, and The Man He Used to Be. Recently, Williams played a main character in the stage play The Clean-up Woman, written by JD Lawrence, alongside actresses Telma Hopkins and Jackée. Williams also appeared in the stage plays Guilty Until Proven Innocent starring K-Ci & JoJo, and The Man of Her Dreams starring Shirley Murdock and Dave Hollister of Blackstreet fame. Williams also played the role of "Ned" in the Reuben Rox 2002 B movie comedy/horror/thriller film Revenge of the Unhappy Campers (bootleg alternate title Night of the Unhappy Campers). This particular work has not been released to DVD for sale, though it can be rented in some larger markets. Christopher Williams was born August 22, 1967 in Bronx, New York. Williams is the nephew of jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald. Known for his passionate baritone voice, Williams has been called the "Modern Teddy Pendergrass"; he is praised till this day for "sounding just like he did when he first hit the music scene". Many are in awe as to how Williams has maintained such stellar vocals for thirty plus years. He attended Purchase College; now known as State University of New York in Harrison, New York. He is an actor, singer, songwriter, and producer. Williams is known for roles in New Jack City(1991), Bulletproof(1996), and Gunmen(1993). He is currently very active in theater productions and musicals. After releasing three albums, all of which charted on the Billboard 200, he took a break from recording from 1995-2001. Over the course of William's career, he has enjoyed four Top 10 hits on the U.S. R & B charts:Talk to Myself, Promises, I'm Dreamin, and Every Little Thing You Do''. Williams has a son, Christopher Jr, who was born in 1988, from a relationship with a stylist. Williams has another son Austin, who was born in 1991, with actress Stacey Dash. He also has a daughter, Cierra Barnes–Williams, born in 1993 from a relationship with Heather Barnes. https://www.instagram.com/officialchristopherwilliams/

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Jun 02 2020 · 1hr 3mins
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56. Stories from Lee Taylor Walker and Christopher Williams, Head and Assistant Coaches TCU Women's Tennis

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In the 56th edition of The Talking Shop Podcast, Lee Taylor Walker and Christopher Williams share some of their favorite stories from coaching 15+ years in college sports and on the professional tour including all 4 major grand slam tournaments. Additionally, they share insight into their coaching process and methodology that I describe as "the most intentional coaches I've ever known." Finally, they share advice at the end of how you can be a better coach starting tomorrow. Let's get better together!

Here's what was mentioned in the show:

-YouTube: https://youtu.be/9wl9OyiUJdQ

-TSP #22: Help You and Your Athletes Organize Your Core Values

-Mindset by Carol Dweck

-Instagram: @LeeTaylorWalker @SeaDub101 ; Twitter: @CoachLTWalker @CPatWilliams


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Apr 23 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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UNUW 3- Christopher Williams

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Nikki and Toya unwrap one of their most anticipated episodes of this season's Unsung: the Christopher Williams episode. 

Mar 29 2020 · 50mins
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Player Spotlight: Christopher Williams (2020 NFL Draft Prospect, DT, Wagner)

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2020 NFL Draft Prospect, DT out of Wagner College, Christopher Williams joins the show to talk about what it was like learning from former NFL DT Terrance Knighton who's currently the DL coach for the Wagner Seahawks. Williams also talks about his experience at the East-West Shrine Bowl, Hula Bowl and where he's training at for his pro-day. Follow on Twitter @ChrisShanafelt

Feb 16 2020 · 12mins
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The 19-year-old was arrested Monday afternoon without incident, at a home off of Zarzamora Street.
According to a flyer that was posted on Ventura's social media accounts, Williams was set to perform at the venue the night of the incident (the flyer has since been taken down). Not long before the gunfire reportedly erupted, Williams also went live from his Instagram account; in the video, he can be seen in the presence of two SAPD officers who apparently responded to a noise complaint filed by a neighbor.

Chief McManus confirmed that Williams knew the victim that the "initial altercation" started with, prior to the shooting. As far as SAPD is concerned, Williams is believed to have acted alone in the shooting.

In regards to the safety of the Mission Reach area of the Riverwalk, Chief McManus said, "The River Walk is safe. Always has been. Always will be."

There's "no comment" at this time from Ventura, but an employee told KENS 5 anyone who left cell phones or keys can come pick up their items.

A spokesperson for the San Antonio Police Department told KENS 5 that four of the victims injured were teens between the ages of 16 and 19 years old. A 46-year-old woman was also injured.

Police have stated that the shooting was not a random incident, and detectives have determined that at least one of the victims knew the suspect
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Jan 20 2020 ·
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Why Do I Need An Agent? Christopher Williams

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Why do I need an Agent?  I can do it myself.  Agents are not only for Entertainers.  As business owners, we need help to ensure that we are getting out there and our business is growing.  Yea, I know, your finances are no tin place to hire an agent.  Listen to this show to find out how you can make it happen and what are your options.  We will get the answers from the Agent himself I Am Cornbread, Christopher Williams.  

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An initial concept to form a business began in 1995 at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri when Christopher M. Williams was an undergraduate student. While serving as a volunteer on the Homecoming and Spring Feast committees, an opportunity to network with well-known booking and management agencies to recruit professional athletes, musicians, and singers became a rewarding experience.

CornBread Booking Agency, LLC’s philosophy is to be a good steward. Our long-term commitment to professionalism, transparency and convenience has enabled CornBread Booking Agency, LLC to become recognized in the entertainment booking industry. We believe extensive planning and promoting can enhance the careers of the entertainers we represent.
Oct 19 2019 · 46mins