Actor and writer Amber Reauchean Williams is a West Philadelphia native and current Brooklynite. She has worked in film & television and performed in numerous theaters from New York City all the way to Oslo, Norway. She regularly performs in comedy shows at Upright Citizen's Brigade NYC and The People's Improv Theatre. She spent 4 years studying Theatre Arts at Boston University. Credits include, but not limited to: Legend of Georgia McBride (Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble), Genesis (Ginny's Supper Club, Harlem) Little Sister (Netflix), Vanya & Masha & Sonia & Spike (Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble), How to Break (Hip Hip Theatre Fest/ HERE Arts Center) The Night Club (People's Improv Theatre), Sketch Cram (U.C.B.) No King In Israel (NY Summerfest), Watch me Burn (Fresh Fruit Festival NYC). Her most recent short film, "Strange Bird" directed by David Bemis, won the Diamond Award for Best Drama at the 2018 LA Shorts Awards. Her most recent feature, "One Bedroom" directed by Darien Sills- Evans, won Best Feature at the 2018 London Independent Film Awards. Equity Membership Candidate. SAG Eligible.