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Doug Williams  Laughter is all I'm after. ΩΨΦ 4 Life. @MrDougWilliams


Rough day @ the gym. My partner quit on me so I had to spot myself.

Happy Founder’s Day to the lovely ladies of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.

Happy Founder’s day to all the beautiful women of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Mine in particular.

God please let this trip go by fast. I was really enjoying the time home with my family.

Happy Founders’ Day to the Ladies of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated!

There’s a story behind every picture. Don’t just LIKE it, READ it, SHARE it.

Life's final common denominator is death, but Bernie Mac was fighting to live as long as he could. I’m a witness.

In October of 2005, I was riding a wave of success. I had just completed the first season of “1st Amendment Stand-Up” for the Starz Network earlier that year.
Starz was a small premium network that very few people had heard of at the time and this would be their first original program. It was a small budget stand-up comedy series that I hosted, created and produced with a good friend of mine named Robert Markovich. (We added Mike Hare and Jack Gindi. There was also my original partner with whom I have since had a contentious split from; for that reason, he shall remain nameless — that’s another story I will tell one day. Martin Lawrence join us the second season.) We had gotten investors to put up around $400K to shoot 10 episodes for Starz in a Licensing agreement deal. Upon finishing the post-production, we were getting ready to do a small premiere of the series in Hollywood, Ca.
Around that time, a good friend of mine, Roger Nygard, called and asked me to come in and audition for a TV show he was directing. I had met Roger a few years prior when I was a series regular and he was an editor on the HBO Show “Mind of a Married Man.” He was now directing an episode of “The Bernie Mac Show.” There was a character in the script he thought would be perfect for me: Alex The Repairman.

Roger sent me the script and my lovely wife Ada Luz Pla-Williams, who is also my acting coach, helped prepare me for the audition. When I arrived to audition, I learned that Warren Hutcherson was now an executive producer on the show and would also be sitting in on the audition along with the rest of the producers.

Warren was a former comedian I highly admired. He had one of my favorite sets on “Def Comedy Jam” back in the day. Go YouTube him on Def Jam to see what I’m talking about.

Once I learned he was going to watch my audition, I got nervous. Needless to say; I botched the audition. Fortunately, Roger convinced the producers...go to www.facebook.com/DougWilliamsfanpage to FINISH IT

All praises to God, today is my beloved mother’s birthday. I Love u so much mom. Hugs and kisses to u.

Happy Founders' Day to the men of the Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. It's YOUR day!!!

Please go out and support Yancey Arias my wife, Kiki and many others as they raise money for Puerto Rico. Save the date.

Happy Founder’s Day to all the men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

What an amazing experience tonight. My friend Lester Barrie called me to do a last minute comedy show at the Union Rescue Mission. The testimonies from these former addicts were all so inspirational. God works through people and sometimes he sends u places to witness His greatest first hand. Happy New Year.

Life is moving so fast that I’m having regular morning conversations with D3 now to take advantage of this time before he’s off to college. Before u know it, he’ll be a grown man. He already eats like one, lol.

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