George Brigars Williams was born on January 8, 1929, and died on August 1, 2016.
He was a Ghanaian actor.
George Brigars Williams attended Aggrey Memorial Secondary School School, Achimota School and Adisadel College in Cape Coast, Ghana from 1941 to 1945 for his secondary education, Nelson College from 1948 to 1950 and Balham & Tooting College of Commerce in the United Kingdom from 1950 to 1952.
Then he studied acting at the Stage Craft Centre in London, United Kingdom.
Apart from his acting career in Ghana, Williams also performed in Julian Green’s South at the London’s Arts Theatre.
George Brigars Williams also joined the musical ballet Carribean Heatwave at the Little Theatre in Jersey.
Williams made a series of programmes on the BBC West African Service and made several recordings with great jazz musicians in England such as Hurry Cline, Mike Makenzie, Shake Kean and Joe Harriot.
Williams acted in movies including- Last Hope, Genesis Chapter X, Black Sunday, Dirty Deal, Friday At 4:30, Justice, The Young And The Old, Bloody Mary, My Sisters Honor as well as in Ghana’s Award Winning Soup Opera, ‘Ultimate Paradise”.
George Brigars Williams also thought acting at the Accra Film School (AFS), an Accra-based private film and television training institute.
He died at the Korle Bu Teaching Hospital in Accra.
George Brigars Williams passed away at 87 years old.