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Mar 24, 2023 52 secs
Tyler James Williams, who landed the lead role in “Everybody Hates Chris” at age 12 in 2005, revealed in a new interview that a producer on the series told him he’d “probably never work again” after the series, which was based on Chris Rock’s teen years.

Williams, who won a Golden Globe and was nominated for an Emmy for playing Gregory Eddie on ABC hit “Abbott Elementary,” told GQ that an unnamed producer once said to him, “I’ll never see you as anything else and you’ll probably never work again.”

It made him think hard about taking on similar roles after the show ended in 2009.

“I figured that out pretty f—ing quickly,” he said of seeing actors his own age get hopelessly typecast.

In 2014 he returned to star in the Netflix series “Dear White People,” and also took on roles on “The Walking Dead” and “Criminal Minds.”

An appearance on HBO’s “A Black Lady Sketch Show” with Quinta Brunson led to her writing his award-winning role on “Abbott Elementary” just for him.



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