Birth name Michael T. Williamson NationalityUSA Birth 4 march 1957 (66 years) at St. Louis (USA)
Michael T. "Mykelti" Williamson (born March 4, 1960) is an American actor best known for his role as Benjamin Buford (Bubba) Blue in the 1994 film Forrest Gump, as Detective Bobby "Fearless" Smith in the critically acclaimed but commercially unsuccessful crime drama Boomtown, as Baby-O in the 1997 film Con Air, as Director Brian Hastings in Season 8 of TV-series 24, and recently as Ellstin Limehouse in the critically acclaimed Justified.
Williamson was married to Miami Vice star Olivia Brown from July 2, 1983 – 1985. He later married Cheryl Chisholm in 1989 with whom he had his first child, Phoenix. He has been married to Sondra Spriggs since April 26, 1997; together they have two daughters, Nicole and Maya. In 1998, he was arrested for stabbing his ex-wife Cheryl Chisholm's partner Leroy Edwards, while stalking Chisholm's home. He was acquitted of attempted manslaughter due to a hung jury, but, in his own words, "I lost my home, which I sold to pay my lawyers, my car and basically lost my career," He appeared with Sondra Spriggs in the 1998 film Species II. The two were married during the filming of TNT's production of Buffalo Soldiers.
, 1h21 OriginUSA GenresHorror ActorsMykelti Williamson, Lance Henriksen, Matthew Carey, Sunkrish Bala, Bresha Webb, Matt Doherty Roles F.B.I. Agent Jones Rating48% Harold (Matthew Carey) is a down-on-his-luck documentary filmmaker that has been given the opportunity to shadow his former college friends, ghost hunters for the popular television show named S.P.I.T.. Intending to use any footage he shoots as a documentary, Harold is disappointed when Tim (Matt Doherty) reveals that a good chunk of the evidence collected during each investigation was planted there by their props director Bill (Lance Henriksen). In fact, everything that is seen in their show is the result of very careful planning and editing designed to get the maximum amount of entertainment per episode. However this time the group is going to investigate Hollows Grove, an abandoned orphanage where several atrocities were committed against their residents and two nurses committed suicide. Initially the group approaches the grounds with the idea that there will be no true threat to their beings, only to discover that Hollows Grove is very haunted and that their lives are very much in danger.
, 1h25 OriginUSA GenresDrama ActorsToni Braxton, David Julian Hirsh, Mykelti Williamson, Kyra Zagorsky Roles Uncle Moe Rating64% Quand sa famille est abattue dans un bus, un homme de foi quitte tout pour faire son deuil. Errant alors dans une petite ville, il est recueilli par un prêtre qui le loge dans son église. À côté de ce monument, vit Nina Jones et son fils, dont la rencontre va bouleverser son existence.
, 1h39 Directed byJohn Stalberg, Jr. OriginUSA GenresComedy ThemesMedical-themed films, Films about drugs ActorsAdrien Brody, Michael Chiklis, Matt Bush, Adhir Kalyan, Sean Marquette, Colin Hanks Roles Paranoid Rating57% High school valedictorian-to-be Henry Burke (Matt Bush) takes his first hit of pot with his ex-best friend Travis (Sean Marquette), only to learn that, due to a spelling bee champion's recent use of marijuana, their high school is conducting a drug test where anyone caught under the influence of anything will be expelled. Travis knows of a psychotic drug dealer, known as Psycho Ed (Adrien Brody), who carries an exclusive kind of pot called "kief", and the two boys steal the stash and intend on getting the whole school high, to invalidate the drug test and save Henry's future. But Psycho Ed is right on their trail and so is Dr. Gordon, the school dean.
, 1h53 Directed byKirsten Sheridan OriginUSA GenresDrama, Musical, Romance ThemesFilms about music and musicians, Musical films ActorsFreddie Highmore, Keri Russell, Jonathan Rhys-Meyers, Robin Williams, Terrence Howard, William Sadler Roles Reverend James Rating73% In 1995, Lyla Novacek (Keri Russell) is a cellist living under strict rule of her father (William Sadler). Louis Connelly (Jonathan Rhys Meyers) is the lead singer of "The Connelly Brothers", an Irish rock band. Lyla and Louis meet and sleep together. The day after, they separate in a hurry, and are unable to maintain contact as Lyla leaves for Chicago. Lyla realizes she is pregnant. After an argument with her father, she is struck by a car. Due to the accident trauma, she gives birth prematurely, and her father secretly puts her son up for adoption, allowing her to believe that the baby died.
, 1h48 Directed byPaul McGuigan OriginUSA GenresDrama, Thriller, Crime ThemesMafia films, Gangster films ActorsJosh Hartnett, Morgan Freeman, Ben Kingsley, Lucy Liu, Stanley Tucci, Bruce Willis Roles Sloe Rating76% During the film's opening credits, two bookies are separately ambushed and murdered by their unseen killers, and, elsewhere, a young man is killed by a sniper. In a bus terminal, a young man is approached by Goodkat (Bruce Willis), who tells the story of Max and the Kansas City Shuffle: two decades earlier, Max borrowed money from the mob to bet on a fixed horse race, only for the horse to die mid-race. To set an example to make sure nobody else would try to bet on a fixed race, the mob killed Max, his wife and young son Henry. Goodkat concludes that a "Kansas City Shuffle" is a misleading double bluff, and so tricks and kills the young man, before loading his body into a truck.