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Dionne Lea Williams Birthday Highlights

Birth Name
Dionne Lea
Place Of Birth
Milwaukee, USA
48 years old
Birth Date
February 9 1975

Dionne Lea Williams Facts

Child Star?
Actress, Cabaret Singer
Education & Qualifications
Tisch School of the Arts
Net Worth
Current Partner
Keith David Williams
Maelee Williams, Ruby Williams

About Dionne Lea Williams 

The famous American actress Dionne Lea Williams was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on February 10, 1975.

Lea Williams is also recognized as the wife of the famous American actor, producer, and voice artist, Keith David. Dionne Williams and Keith David have two beautiful daughters, Maelee Williams and Ruby Williams.

She is well-known for her roles in several Hollywood films, including 'The Maya's Lost Treasure' and 'Ray Meets Helen'. Dionne Lea is a cabaret singer and actor who has appeared in 'American Fusion' (2005), 'Ray Meets Helen' (2017), and 'Dolphin Island (2021). Lea holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Acting from New York University's famous Tisch School of the Arts, as well as a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts degree in Theater from the University of Evansville. Dionne Lea Williams often uploads pictures of her family and lifestyle on her personal social media account. Her Instagram ID is @dionne_lea. As of 2022, over 4,900 people follow her on Instagram.

Dionne Lea Williams Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits

What is Dionne Lea Williams’s net worth?

The net worth of the actress, Dionne Lea Williams, is estimated to be around $2 million.

How much does Dionne Lea Williams earn per year?

The annual income of Dionne Lea Williams is not known.

Height, Age & Physical Attributes

How tall is Dionne Lea Williams?

Dionne Lea Williams is 5 ft 6 in (168 cm) tall.

How old is Dionne Lea Williams?

Dionne Lea Williams is 47 years old as of 2022.

Childhood And Education

Born on February 10, 1975, Dionne Lea was raised in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Dionne Lea Williams is of American nationality. There is not much information known about Dionne Lea's parents, siblings, and childhood. There is also not much known about Dionne Lea's elementary school education.

It is known that Dionne Lea Williams completed her studies at a public school in Milwaukee before enrolling at the University of Evansville. She pursued a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts in Theater from the University of Evansville from 1990-1994. Dionne Lea Williams also attended the New York University Tisch School of the Arts and received a Master of Fine Arts degree.

Family, Romance, And Relationships

Who is Dionne Lea Williams’s partner?

Dionne Lea Williams is married to her husband and popular voice actor, Keith David Williams. Dionne Lea Williams and Keith David met in 2000. The couple dated for a year and later on got married on April 28, 2001. Dionne Lea Williams and Keith David married in a private event attended by close friends and relatives. Keith David also has a son, Osei, from his previous marriage with Margit Edwards. The couple currently lives in a lovely mansion in Los Angeles, California, with their kids.

Career And Professional Highlights

Best Known For…

Dionne Lea Williams is an American actress who has starred in movies including 'Celeste Bright' (2010) as Madam Lola, 'American Fusion' (2005) as the ER Doctor, and 'Hellbent' (2004) as the Dog Owner. She began her acting career in 1997, along with her singing career. She has also appeared in overseas films, such as the Irish movie 'Now Here' (2010) with Electra Avellan. Dionne Lea Williams and her husband, David, have also acted in movies such as 'Ray Meets Helen' and 'No Bad Days'. Dionne Lea Williams has also served as an executive associate to the Roar of Lion's chairman since April 2002. From 2014 to 2015, Dionne Lea Williams operated as a social media strategist for Sweet Blackberry, a nonprofit dedicated to the advancement of the American youth.

Keith David decided to join The Acting Company of the British-American performer John Houseman in 1980 and appeared in plays such as 'Waiting For Godot' and  'A Midsummer Night's Dream'.  He made his cinematic debut in 1982 with 'The Thing' a cult sci-fi and horror smash movie directed by John Carpenter himself. He played the role of Childs with Kurt Russell in the film. In the '80s, David was featured in two episodes of 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' as himself, Keith, the gaming currency dealer in 'Donkey Kong' and a Southwood Carpenter in 'Neighborhood Of Make-Believe'.

In the 1990 satirical movie 'Men At Work' directed by Emilio Estevez, David played the role of the Vietnam War soldier, Louis Fedders, along with the featured co-stars, Charlie Sheen and Leslie Hope. From 1986 and 1990, David made minor cameos in the satirical feature 'Stars And Bars', Steven Seagal's feature 'Marked For Death', and Oliver Stone's military film 'Platoon'. David provided the voice for two prominent TV animated series in the early '90s. He voiced the role of Goliath in 'Gargoyles', as well as the lead character in 'Spawn'. He played leading parts in two criminal thrillers in 1995. In 'Dead Presidents', David portrayed a small-time thief named 'Kirby', and in 'Clockers', he portrayed the role of André.

In 1997, the performer appeared as Police Lieutenant Ed Fox in the film 'Volcano'. The film, which featured Anne Heche and Tommy Lee Jones, garnered mixed ratings from reviewers. In 1997, he voiced Okkoto-Nushi, a boar deity, in the movie 'Princess Mononoke', and David also appeared in a similar Japanese film, '33 Eyes'. In 1998, he appeared in two separate category movies. In the sci-fi movie 'Armageddon', he played the role of General Kimsey, and in the satire 'There's Something About Mary', he portrayed Charlie. David portrayed Abu 'Imam' al-Walid, a Muslim imam, in the contemporary blockbuster, 'The Chronicles Of Riddick: Pitch Black', which also starred Vin Diesel in the lead role.

He has been closely linked with artist Ice Cube since 2003. He may be seen on Ice's album, 'Terrorist Threats', as well as on his solo projects, 'I Am the West' and 'Raw Footage'. In 2005, David narrated Ken Burns' award-winning movie 'Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise And Fall Of Jack Johnson'. From 2002 to 2010, he appeared in comedies such as 'Chain Letter', 'Barbershop', 'Crash', 'Agent Cody Banks', 'The Chronicles of Riddick', 'Delta Farce', 'Mr. & Mrs Smith', and 'First Sunday'.

David has voiced characters in various video games, including 'Justice League', 'Saints Row IV', a comedy-action video game released in 2013, and 'Call Of Duty: Modern Warfare 2' as Sergeant Foley. Keith David appeared in John Carpenter's 1988 sci-fi movie 'They Live', alongside Meg Foster and Roddy Piper, and was engaged in one of the finest combat sequences ever. In 1992, he participated in the theatrical 'Jelly's Last Jam', which documented the biography and work of jazz pioneer Jelly Roll Morton. Keith David received a Tony Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

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