Gloria Williams is an Award-winning British Actress and Playwright who is a graduate of The Royal Court Theatre Young Writers Group.
Williams trained at Rose Bruford College and won a scholarship to train at the New York Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Manhattan.
Williams was one of the chosen actors to be mentored by Kevin Spacey for The Old Vic Class mentoring scheme.
Whilst studying in New York she did a voiceover for the United Nations HIV/AIDS in Africa campaign alongside Phylicia Rashād and Wyclef Jean which won the Red Ribbon Award.
She wrote and starred in Monday under her Theatre company Freedom Tongues. The play garnered widespread acclaim at International Festivals. Monday was performed at New York's Samuel French Off Broadway One Act Play Festival at The Playwrights Horizons and The Manhattan Repertory Theatre in Times Square. It premiered at The Lost One Act Play Festival at the New End Theatre, London winning 'Best Overall Production' by The Times critic Jeremy Kingston.
Alongside Oscar nominees Sophie Okenedo and Chiwetel Ejiofor, Williams was nominated for the Ogeyinka Merit Award of Excellence.
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