ROSALYN COLEMAN WILLIAMS is an actor, director and proud educator. Rosalyn is Chief Creative Officer at Red Wall Productions, a company that she runs with her husband, Craig T. Williams.
As an actor, Rosalyn’s professional experience includes Broadway, Film and TV. She has acted with Meryl Streep, Viola Davis, Samuel L. Jackson, Halle Berry and Tom Cruise. Rosalyn will soon be seen in the feature film “Miss Virginia” starring Orange Is The New Black’s Uzo Aduba. Other work includes: Broadway: The Mountaintop, Radio Golf, Seven Guitars,The Piano Lesson, Mule Bone. Film includes Frankie & Alice, It’s Kind Of A Funny Story, Brown Sugar, Evolution of A Criminal, Brooklyn’s Finest, Our Song and Music of the Heart. TV includes Madame Secretary, Blue Bloods, The Blacklist, Elementary, White Collar and Nurse Jackie.
As a director, her film projects have appeared on TV and in film festivals all around the world. Rosalyn is in pre-production to direct “Hanging By A Thread” written by her husband Craig and Executive Produced by JuVee Productions, helmed by Academy Award Winner Viola Davis and her husband Julius Tennon.
A passionate educator, Rosalyn is one of the most sought after acting coaches in NY, chosen by readers of Back Stage Magazine as their favorite on-camera teacher. Rosalyn served as on-set acting coach during the second season of HBO’s “In Treatment.” She has coached Sundance directors on for their sophomore projects for Cinereach, creating custom workshops and programs to meet the needs of each director. Having taught at NYU, Tisch, Rosalyn has been invited to teach acting at schools around the country. Currently she serves as adjunct at SUNY Purchase and Atlantic Theater School.
Rosalyn is creator “Audition Power Tools,” “Acting In The Digital Age” and “Zoom In Acting” (the 100% on line on camera acting class.) All are currently available on all mobile platforms, and have a mission of, empowering actors, using cutting edge technology with an attention on the actor’s craft.
Rosalyn is a graduate of Howard University and Yale School of Drama.