• Victor L. Williams was born on 19 September 1970, in Brooklyn, New York City USA.
• He is an actor best known for his work in the show “The King of Queens” in which he played Deacon Palmer.
• As of late-2019, his net worth is estimated to be over $2 million.
• He grew up in Brooklyn, attended Midwood High School, and then completed an undergraduate degree at Binghamton University.
• He completed a Masters of Fine Arts degree at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program, before beginning his successful career in acting.
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|Date Of Birth||September 19, 1970|
|Died||December 12, 1949, Toronto, Canada|
|Fact||Liked to play forward basketball.|
- 1 Who is Victor Williams?
- 2 The Net Worth of Victor Williams
- 3 Early Life and Education
- 4 Further Education and Rise to Fame
- 5 Latter Career
- 6 Personal Life
- 7 General Info
- 8 Accomplishments
- 9 Social profile links
- 10 Marks
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
- 14 Awards
Who is Victor Williams?
Victor L. Williams was born on 19 September 1970, in Brooklyn, New York City USA, and is an actor, best known for his work in the show “The King of Queens” in which he played the best friend Deacon Palmer. He’s worked on other well-known series including “New York Undercover”, “Law & Order”, and “The Jamie Foxx Show”.
The Net Worth of Victor Williams
Victor Williams is 48 today. He is the actor who played the best friend to Kevin James's Doug Heffernan on the comedy…
How rich is Victor Williams? As of late-2019, sources inform us of a net worth that is over $2 million, earned through a successful career in acting since 1996, appearing in numerous films.
Early Life and Education
Victor grew up in Brooklyn – he was very athletic during his youth and played in his high school basketball team as a power forward. He attended Midwood High School which has a student population of around 4,000; the school was established in 1940 and has a noticeable H shaped building.
After matriculating from high school, he enrolled at Binghamton University where he completed his undergraduate degree. It was during this time that he started to develop a strong interest towards acting. The university is one of four centers in the State University of New York, with a student population of over 17,000. It was established in 1946 and was initially a small liberal arts college, growing into a large research university. It is considered one of the Public Ivies, having education comparable to that of the Ivy League.
Further Education and Rise to Fame
After graduating, Williams enrolled into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts Graduate Acting Program, and completed his Masters of Fine Arts degree in acting there. Following that, he made his foray into the entertainment industry with a television debut in a small role in “Homicide: Life on the Street” in 1996. He followed this up with guest roles in the previously mentioned series, then in 1998, he played the role of Roger McGrath in four episodes of the show “ER”.
One of his biggest roles would come in the same year, as he was cast to be a series regular in the show “The King of Queens”, subsequently appearing in over 180 episodes spanning nine years. The show ran on CBS, and follows the story of a working class couple living in Rego Park, Queens, New York. The show is the last American live action sitcom which premiered in the 1990s to end its run; it had a brand of comedy which focused on relationships and the behavior within them.
While Williams was working on “The King of Queens”, he had other projects which were mostly guest appearances, including in “Justice League”, “The Practice”, and “Love, Inc.” He also did a few films including a small role in “Bewitched”, plsw lending his voice in “The Animatrix”. After the show ended, he continued working on television for the most part, with guest roles in “Blue Bloods”, “Flight of the Conchords”, and “Fringe”. He also appeared in “The Good Wife” and “The Michael J. Fox Show”.
In 2014, he played the character Detective Jeffries in the series “The Affair” for 14 episodes. The series aired on Showtime and starred Dominic West as well as Ruth Wilson, exploring the effects of extra-marital relationships. Three years later, he worked on the show “Sneaky Pete” as the character Richard, which aired on Amazon and followed the life of a released convict who assumes the identity of his cell mate to avoid his past life.
— Victor Williams (@BigVicWilliams) December 11, 2018
One of his latest projects is the show “Happy Together” in which he was a series regular for 13 episodes; the show aired on CBS but was cancelled after a season.
For his personal life, Williams is married but no information has been shared about his spouse, even her name, nor when they met and married; they have a child together who has always been identified by his height which has been described by many as towering, at 6ft 5ins (1.96m) tall.
Due to this, he’s been having a lot of problems with his knees especially as he grows older. He mentioned that the only thing that he’d try to do differently if he was given another chance at life is to take care of his knees more.
Despite “The King of Queens” ending a long time ago, he still feels a strong sense of nostalgia towards it and a strong link to many of the characters he worked with during his tenure there. He also does a lot of stage projects, but doesn’t get a lot of attention for them due to theatre being mostly for a particular audience.
|Full Name||Victor Williams|
|Date Of Birth||September 19, 1970|
|Died||December 12, 1949, Toronto, Canada|
|Education||Tisch School of the Arts, Binghamton University, New York University|
|Nominations||NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series|
|Movies||Cop Land, Me and Mrs. Jones, The Animatrix, World Record, With or Without You, Traci Townsend, Home, Hungry Hearts, A New Tomorrow, I'll Text You|
|TV Shows||The King of Queens, Sneaky Pete|
|#||Marks / Signs|
|1||Liked to play forward basketball.|
|2||Is known for his role as Deacon Palmer, Doug Heffernan's best friend in the sitcom series "The King of Queens".|
|3||Received a master of fine arts degree in acting from New York University's Graduate Acting Program.|
|November Criminals||2017||post-production||Mr. Broadus|
|Sneaky Pete||2017||TV Series||Richard|
|The New Edition Story||2017||TV Series||Calvin Hubbard|
|People of Earth||2016||TV Series||Assesor / Assessor|
|High Maintenance||2016||TV Series||Mike|
|Saturday in the Park||2016||Henry|
|The Blacklist||2016||TV Series||Officer|
|The Affair||2014-2015||TV Series||Detective Jeffries|
|I'll Text You||2015||Short|
|The Good Wife||2014||TV Series||Carter Greyson|
|Hungry Hearts||2014||Social Worker|
|The Leftovers||2014||TV Series||Ron Jensen|
|The Michael J. Fox Show||2013||TV Series||Todd|
|It's Funny I'm Just Saying||2012||TV Short||Don Jaun|
|NYC 22||2012||TV Series||Sgt. Michael Conrad|
|Single Hills||2012||Rob Francis|
|Kissed by the Devil||2011||Short||Jordan King|
|Blue Bloods||2010||TV Series||Oliver|
|Notes on Being Young||2010||Short||Dr. Christenfeld|
|Mercy||2010||TV Series||Robert Mercer|
|Dream State||2009/II||Short||Dr. Forsythe|
|Lenox Avenue||2009||Dallas Kirkland|
|Flight of the Conchords||2009||TV Series||Police Officer West / Officer West|
|Tomorrow Never Knows||2008||Short||Kevin|
|Girlfriends||2008||TV Series||Mr. Hines|
|A New Tomorrow||2007||Joby / Interviewer|
|The King of Queens||1998-2007||TV Series||Deacon Palmer / Deacon|
|The Toy Warrior||2005||voice|
|Love, Inc.||2005||TV Series||Marcus|
|Justice League||2003||TV Series||Snooty British Director / Lieutenant|
|World Record||2003||Short||Dan (English version, voice)|
|The Animatrix||2003||Dan (segment "World Record") (voice)|
|With or Without You||2003||Kenneth|
|Me & Mrs. Jones||2001||Jersey|
|ER||1998-2001||TV Series||Roger McGrath|
|The Practice||2000||TV Series||Officer Craig Armstrong|
|Disaster Video||1999||Short||Security Guard|
|A Brooklyn State of Mind||1998||Black Man|
|The Jamie Foxx Show||1998||TV Series||Leon|
|Cop Land||1997||Russell (as Victor L. Williams)|
|Profiler||1997||TV Series||Det. Beckley|
|New York Undercover||1997||TV Series||Freddie James|
|Law & Order||1997||TV Series||Uniform Policeman Wilson|
|The Preacher's Wife||1996||Robbie|
|Homicide: Life on the Street||1996||TV Series||Ishmael Al-Hadj|
|Boggy Creek II: And the Legend Continues||1984||Little Creature|
|Kissed by the Devil||2011||Short associate producer|
|The King of Queens||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Homeless in America||2004||Documentary short||Himself - Commentator|
|Vibe Awards||2003||TV Special||Himself|
|I Love the '70s||2003||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The 28th Annual People's Choice Awards||2002||TV Special||Himself|
|The Real||2015||TV Series||Himself|
|72nd Golden Globe Awards||2015||TV Special||Himself - Audience Member|
|101 Incredible Celebrity Slimdowns||2006||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|2007||Image Award||Image Awards||Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series||The King of Queens (1998)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia