Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Rosalyn Coleman Williams

Rosalyn Coleman Williams is the director of the award winning short film “Allergic to Nuts” written by husband and partner Craig T. Williams. An accomplished actress, Rosalyn just wrapped a featured role in Frankie and Alice (release 2009) starring Halle Berry, the lead in the independent film INDELIBLE (release 2009), and an appearance in “Brooklyn’s Finest” (release 2009), starring Don Cheadle and Richard Gere.

Rosalyn graduated Cum Laude with a BFA from Howard University and with an MFA from Yale Drama School. At her graduation from Yale she received the prestigious Carol Dye Award, the only award given for acting.

Director: Drawing Angel, BFF

Awards – Drawing Angel:
Winner Best Film- Jokara Micheaux Film Festival
Winner Audience Favorite -African American Women in Cinema, NY
Winner Best Indie Short- Motor City Film Festival
Winner Best Short Film -Black Arts Alliance- North Carolina

Drawing Angel

Drawing Angel

(2007, USA)
New to the New York City, Samantha
meets Levi, a 9-year-old boy displaced
by Hurricane Katrina. Starring Vanessa Williams
BFF

BFF

(2009, USA)
Two best friend run into each other on the street on the day one is about to get married. video