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AlamHof (2003). "1985 Inductee: Lifework Award for Performing Achievement". The Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Archived from the original on February 13, 2003 . Retrieved October 4, 2011. Williams was born and raised in Columbus, Ohio. [3] [4] In the early 1960s, he began acting in community theater in Ohio. Williams worked as a postal worker and corrections officer before moving to Hollywood to pursue an acting career in 1968. [5] Whitburn, Joel (1991). Joel Whitburn Presents Billboard #1s, 1950–1991: A Week-by-week Record of Billboard's #1 Hits. Record Research. ISBN 978-0-89820-080-5. Williams died without leaving a will. In May 1953, Audrey Williams filed a lawsuit in Nashville against MGM Records and Acuff-Rose. The suit demanded that both of the publishing companies continue to pay her half of the royalties from Hank Williams' records. Williams had an agreement giving his first wife half of the royalties, but allegedly there was no clarification that the deal was valid after his death. Because Williams left no will, the disposition of the remaining 50 percent was considered uncertain; those involved included Williams' second wife, Billie Jean Horton and Williams' mother and sister. [174]

Lilly, John (2002). "Hank's Lost Charleston Show". Goldenseal. West Virginia Division of Culture and History. Archived from the original on June 28, 2011 . Retrieved March 14, 2023. Afterwards, he went on hiatus until he returned in the role of Howard Jones in the comedy film “Guess Who” (2005), in which he shared the screen with Bernie Mac and Ashton Kutcher. Three years later, he starred as Mac in the made-for-TV family drama film “Generation Gap”, directed by Bill Norton, and portrayed Henry Mays in the made-for-TV family action-adventure film “Snow 2: Brain Freeze”.

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His first wife is Gay Anderson; they tied the knot at a ceremony held on 11 April 1976, however, their marriage was short-lived, since they divorced in November of the following year. He went on to marry Renee W. Himes on 16 December 1978, in Los Angeles, California, but after being married for five years, they divorced in March 1984. Since then, he hasn’t been seen with another lady. Williams, H. A. (1984). True to Experience: an Anthology of the Words and Teaching of H.A. Williams. London: Michael Beazley. Pasquini, Maria (June 14, 2020). "Country Singer Hank Williams Jr.'s Daughter, 27, Killed in Tennessee Car Crash". People . Retrieved July 8, 2020. Hal Williams is an American actor, best known for his recurring roles as Police Officer Smith (“Smitty”) on Sanford and Son (1972–1976) and as the patriarch Lester Jenkins, the husband of Marla Gibbs’s character, on the NBC sitcom 227 which originally aired from 1985 until 1990. and for his role as Sgt. L.C. Ross in Private Benjamin (1980).

His wife is Dr. Renee Himes (16 December 1978 - 20 March 1984) ( divorced), Gay Anderson (11 April 1975 - 1976) ( divorced) FamilyWilliams began pursuing his acting career full-time in 1970. Since then, Willams has appeared in movies such as Paul Schrader's Hardcore, Howard Zieff's Private Benjamin (he also portrayed the role of Sgt L.C. "Ted" Ross in the television series of the same name), and Clint Eastwood's The Rookie. In the early to mid-1990s, he starred in many of comic Sinbad's productions, including The Sinbad Show and The Cherokee Kid. In one of his latest films, Williams portrayed the grandfather in the Bernie Mac film Guess Who which was released in 2005. Koon, George William (2001) [1983]. Hank Williams, So Lonesome. University of Mississippi press. ISBN 978-1-57806-283-6.



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