Steven Williams (Actor) Biography, Age, Wife, 21 Jump Streets, Movies And TV Shows

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Steven Williams Biography (Actor)

Steven Williams is an American actor in films and television.  He is best known for his roles as Captain Adam Fuller on 21 Jump Street, Lt. Jefferson Burnett on The Equalizer, Det. August Brooks on L.A. Heat, X on The X-Files, Russell “Linc” Lincoln in Linc’s, and Rufus Turner in Supernatural. Steven was born in Memphis, Tennessee, and raised in Chicago, where he worked as a postal carrier, salesman, and model.

Steven Williams
Steven Williams

Steven Williams Age

Steven was born on January 7, 1949 in Memphis, Tennessee, U.S. He is 70 years old as of 2019.

Steven Williams Wife

Steven and Ceri Williams’ wedding was something that is memorable to everyone. As a surprise to Ceri, Steven made a video of several celebrities wishing them luck for their future via twitter. These celebrate came together and made a video that is really one of a kind. The celebrities include Jimmy Carr, Jonathan Ross, Alan Fletcher and Matt Lucas along with other stars.

Their marriage was a big hit for them and audience as well. For Ceri, it was surely the moment that she might never forget. Her first surprise as a newly wedded wife was surely a grand one. Now they might be expecting a baby. Rumor has is that they are finally ready for a children and settle as a happy family. Their relationship even before marriage had been going along well and it seems that their decision for getting married for a long term. So, they might have decided to welcome a child to complete their family.

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 Steven Williams 21 Jump Streets

Steven is known for his role as Captain Adam Fuller on the Fox Network’s TV series 21 Jump Street from 1987–91. In 1985 he played Lt. Burnett on the CBS drama series The Equalizer. In 1996 Steven later played Det. August Brooks on the short lived TNT series L.A. Heat. He also had a recurring role as X on the Fox hit science fiction series The X-Files. He starred as Russell “Linc” Lincoln in Linc’s. He later played Rufus Turner in Supernatural.

He appeared in The Blues Brothers (1980) as Trooper Mount. Other film roles include playing Nester in the 1985 sequel film Missing in Action 2: The Beginning, and in the 1993 horror film Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday as a bounty hunter named Creighton Duke.

Steven has also made many guest starring appearances on television shows, including The Dukes of Hazzard, The A-Team, Booker, MacGyver, Stargate SG-1, Martin, Veronica Mars, The Bernie Mac Show, Criminal Minds and iZombie.

Steven Williams Movies

The Elite (2001) as McKay
Firetrap (2001) as Firefighter Chief Sheehan
Route 666 (2001) as Rabbit aka Fred
Van Hook (2001) as Colonel Jeffries
Dark Wolf (2003) as Hartigan
Sexual Life (2004) as Jerry’s Father
Guarding Eddy (2004) as Jack
Graves End (2005) as Paul Rickman
Halfway Decent (2005) as Cervondo
Special Ops: Delta Force (2006) as Smithers
Forfeit (2007)
Richard III (2008) as Lord Stanley
Adventures of Power (2008) as Carlos
Kings of the Evening (2008) as Mr. Gamba
The Fear Chamber (2009) as Captain Bradley

Movies From Year 2011 t0 2020

Breathe (2011) as Mr. Burgin
3 Musketeers (2011) as Planchet
Gamers (2011)
Who Killed Soul Glow? (2012) as Police Captain
Last Curtain Call (2013) as George
Jack the Giant Slayer (2013) as Master of Secrets
The Call (2013) as Terrence (voice)
22 Jump Street (2014) as Commissioner Adam Fuller (uncredited)
Cru (2014) as Max
My Favorite Five (2015) as Robert Colburn
The Trust (2016) as Cliff
The Stakelander (2016) as Doc Earl
It (2017) as Leroy Hanlon
Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) as VA Janitor
Birds of Prey (2020)

Steven Williams Tv Shows

City of Angels (2000) as Emerill Jordan
Stargate SG-1 (2000-2003) as General Maurice Vidrine
Resurrection Blvd. (2001) as Jesse
The Hughleys (2001) as Mr. Walker
L.A. Law: The Movie (2002) as Albert Hutchinson
Jake 2.0 (2003) as General Freewald
The Bernie Mac Show (2003–2004) as Loyd
Veronica Mars (2005) as Tom Daniels
Monk (2005) as Sgt. Parnell
Crimson Force (2005) as Williams
Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire (2005) as Detective Mike Burton
Desperate Housewives (2008) as Frank
Supernatural (2008–2016) as Rufus Turner
NTSF:SD:SUV:: (2012) as Alonzo Bearwalker
Christmas Twister (2012) as Terry
Belle’s (2013) as Judge Crawford
Fifty and Over Club (2015) as Lawson
iZombie (2015) as Barber
The Leftovers (2015) as Virgil
Minority Report (2015) as Bridege Kane
Training Day (2017) as Cannonball
The Chi (2018) as Quentin Dickinson
True Detective (2019) as Junius Watts
Ambitions (2019) as Stephen Carlisle

Steven Williams Supernatural

Steven played Rufus Turner in Supernatural. This is a dark fantasy television series created by Eric Kripke. The series  was first broadcast on September 13, 2005, on The WB, and subsequently became part of successor The CW’s lineup. It stars Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester. The series follows the two brothers as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings

Steven Williams X Files

X, which is sometimes referred to as Mr. X, is a fictional character on the American science fiction television series The X-Files.  It is portrayed in the series by Steven, and made his debut in the second season episode “The Host”.  Although the character would not appear on-screen until “Sleepless”, two episodes later. The role had originally been conceived as female, with Natalija Nogulich cast in the role; however, her initial scenes were deemed unsatisfactory by the producers, leading to her replacement. Williams’ portrayal of X was intended to introduce a personality completely different to the character’s predecessor, Deep Throat, and was positively received by critics and fans.

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