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Doug Williams
Birth name Douglas Williams
Medium stand-up comedy, television, film
Nationality American
Years active 1990 - Present
Genres Observational comedy
Subject(s) racism, race relations, current events, American politics, African-American culture, pop culture, human sexuality, marriage
Website www.dougwilliams.net

Doug Williams is a stand-up comedian, writer, and actor from Montgomery, Alabama.

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Career

Williams began performing stand-up comedy in 1990, five years before graduating from Alabama State University in 1995. After college Williams moved to Los Angeles where he landed small roles in the 1996 remake of The Nutty Professor and First Kid. Since then, he has had guest roles on many sitcoms, including The Bernie Mac Show.

Doug Williams has served as host and executive producer of "Martin Lawrence Presents 1st Amendment Stand-up" for the past four seasons.

Williams is currently co-writing his own TV sitcom titled Domestic Doug.[1] The show centers around protagonist "Doug Salter", a stand-up comedian trying to make it in Hollywood not unlike Williams himself.

Emmitt Smith Roast

Doug Williams gained internet notoriety in 2006 when a clip of him at a 2003 Roasting of Emmitt Smith surfaced on the internet.[2] During his apparently lackluster roast of Smith, Doug Williams was vicariously roasted by Jamie Foxx.[3]

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