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Selected list of Frances E. Williams film and TV show credits.

Acting Credits


1994
Grandmother

1988
The American Experience (1988) (TV Show)
Commentator

1987
Frank's Place (1987) (TV Show)
Miss Marie

1985
Hell Town (1985) (TV Movie)
Nora

1982
Sister, Sister (1982) (TV Movie)
Mother Bishop

1981
Hill Street Blues (1981) (TV Show)
Grandmother

1979
The Glove (1979)
Grandma Hale

1979
The Jerk (1979)
Grandma Johnson

1978
A Woman Called Moses (1978) (TV Movie)
Old Woman In Church

1978
King (1978) (TV Show)
Mrs. Cumby

1977
Naomi Chamberlain

1975
Haiti

1974
Mama Wes

1974
Moma Lottie

1966
Ellie Madison

1957
Louisa, Cleva's Maid

1955
Hit the Deck (1955)
Maid

1952
Lydia Bailey (1952)
Cloryphene

1951
Anna, Gossamer World segment

1951
Show Boat (1951)
Queenie

1951
Cleo, Jean's Maid

1951
Bertha

1950
Three Secrets (1950)
Delia

1949
Sybil

1946
Amy

1946
Mathilda

1939
Lying Lips (1939)
Elizabeth Green

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Frances Elizabeth Williams (September 17, 1905 – January 2, 1995) was an actress, activist, organizer, and community worker. Williams was the first black woman to run for the California State Assembly in 1948 on the Progressive Ticket and served on the boards of the Screen Actors Guild, Actors' Lab, and Actors Equity. She represented the World Peace Council at the first Angola Independence Celebration in 1975, and co-founded the Art Against Apartheid Movement in Los Angeles in the 1980s.

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