Arthur Williams III is an Actor/Model and native of Boston who started his work in entertainment, at the age of five years old, singing acapella in the Playhouse in the Park. While attending high school he performed in stage plays and sang in the Family Singer’s choir, which toured cities in the US and in La Coruna, Spain. Post high school, Arthur studied acting and dance at Emerson College; later taking acting courses with Boston Casting and C.P. Casting for film and television, as well as taking on an acting coach, Mike Messier–-the Messier Mantra.
As a full-time actor he’s had the lead and principle roles in stage productions such as; Godspell, Blues For Mr. Charlie, Secret Life of Queen Victoria, Ralph Tufo’s stage musical comedy, as Maximillian in “I’d Rather Be Lucky Than Good”; as the lead, Lucius, in Stephen Adly Giurgis’, “Jesus Hopped the A Train”; and as the lead, Ericsson in G&G Production’s, “Mama this Ain’t About You”…and a score of other prominent stage productions.
Currently, Arthur is represented by Model Club, Inc., as a print model and commercial actor in such commercials as Bank of Boston; Rockland Trust; Bose and a number of other’s. In addition to being featured in Kathryn Bigelow’s blockbuster movie, “Detroit” and Frankie Shaw’s Showtime hit, “SMILF” and a number of block buster movies he is also starring in his first lead role in a feature film, “Sella’s Kitchen” (due for release Summer 2019). Arthur’s journey has offered him work in the field of entertainment in various capacities, including ADR (Automated Dialog Replacement) and voice over work. Arthur is about to embark on being a host for a Youtube commentary show…So, look for him.