John Anthony Wylliams
Winter 2018, John Anthony stars in SquareEnix and PS4's next global sensation, "The Quiet Man", bringing film and ultra rich RPG realism together, showcasing the next level of cinematics and gaming to the entertainment console. Hitting theaters across the country this September, he stars in Dark Cuts Pictures "e-Demon". A psychological horror surrounding four friends whom unknowingly release an evil entity with the ability to possess people via our technological connections. After an impressive festival run, we will also be able to catch him on VOD in best selling author JM Benjamin's adapted screenplay "Moves We Make". Produced by Nonstop Showgroup, John Anthony portrays title character Christopher "Real" Hill, a ruthless and cunning gangster with a penchant for chess and an achilles heel as crippling as the stakes he finds himself fighting against. Now viewing on Amazon Prime, we will find him alongside Happy Wasteland's production of Wade Wofford's, "The Answer", starring as a husband and father navigating loss and searching for a reconnection amongst a group of friends all living very different lives. He is also a recurring character on the award winning digital series Two Grown, heading into it's second season. Other recent work includes commercials for Arm and Hammer Plus OxiClean, Sauza Tequila, Petro, Bud Light "Gold Can" Superbowl, Subway, The New York Times, One World Trade Center, Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime, AT&T and Amazon. We can currently hear him in the new nationwide radio spots for Ciroc Vodka.
Hailing from Queens, New York and Alum of the New Actors Workshop, under the tutelage of Mike Nichols, Paul Sills and the late great George Morrison, he acquired a deeper insight into this art. Continuing his training in recent years with master teacher, Deena Levy and her unique approach to the work solidified his purpose, fervor and more importantly the respect to the craft that is required to pursue a career successfully.
When John Anthony isn’t thousands of feet in the sky acquiring more flight time in pursuit of a pilot’s license, practicing arm breaks in his Aikido dojo or watching in awe at a person attempting to sit right beside him on an empty subway car, he is busy not waiting for something to happen.