Paul Williams (1915 â€“ 2002) was an American blues and rhythm and blues saxophonist and composer. In his Honkers and Shouters, Arnold Shaw credits Williams as one of the first to employ the honking tenor sax solo that became the hallmark of rhythm and blues and rock and roll in the 50s and early 60s.
Paul Hamilton Williams (born September 19 1940, in Omaha, Nebraska, USA) is an American composer, songwriter, and actor.
Paul Williams (July 2, 1939 â€“ August 17, 1973) was an American second tenor/baritone singer.
Paul Revere Williams (February 18, 1894 – January 23, 1980) was an African American architect who based his practice largely in Los Angeles, California and the Southern California area. Orphaned at the age of four, he was the only African American student in his elementary school. He studied at the Los Angeles School of Art and Design and at the Los Angeles branch of the New York Beaux-Arts Institute of Design Atelier, subsequently working as a landscape architect.
Paul Williams holds the Rebecca Grazier Professorship in Law and International Relations at the American University where he teaches in the School of International Service and the Washington College of Law. Williams is also Executive Director of the Public International Law & Policy Group (PILPG) which provides pro bono legal assistance to developing states and states in transition.
Paul Williams (born May 19, 1948 in Boston, Massachusetts) created the first US magazine of rock music criticism :Crawdaddy! in January of 1966 on the campus of Swarthmore College with the help of some of his fellow science fiction fans (he had previously put out some science fiction fanzines). He left the magazine in 1968, reclaimed the title in 1993, but had to end it in 2003 due to financial difficulties.
Paul Williams (born April 3, 1973) is a former Australian rules footballer with both Collingwood and Sydney.
Paul Glyn Williams (born 14 November 1922) was Conservative Party (UK) Member of Parliament for Sunderland South, and a leading member of the Conservative Monday Club. He was also a prominent businessman.
Paul Williams (born July 27, 1981 in Augusta, Georgia) is an American boxer. Nicknamed The Punisher, Paul is a notable boxing prospect and has been featured on , a boxing prospect show on Showtime, several times. He is ranked 7th by the World Boxing Associationhttp://www.wbaonline.com/ratings/rankings/default.asp WBA rankings World Boxing Association URL accessed 26 August 2006., 5th by the International Boxing Federationhttp://www.ibf-usba-boxing.com/index.php IBF Rankings International Boxing Federation URL accessed 26 August 2006.and 1st by the WBOhttp://www.wbo-int.com/public/PowerSearch.asp WBO rankiings World Boxing Organization URL accessed 26 August 2006. in the welterweight division.
Paul Williams is a fictional character on US soap opera The Young and the Restless, portrayed by actor Doug Davidson since 1978.
Paul Williams is author of best-selling crime boss exposÃ©, The General and The Untouchables. The General was made into a major award-winning movie directed by John Boorman. Williams is also a crime correspondent with The Sunday World, and a qualified criminologist; he is acknowledged as an authority on the Irish criminal underworld.
Paul Williams (born September 3, 1940, in London, England) is an English Composer and Pianist
Paul Williams born Burton upon Trent, England 26 March 1971 is a professional footballer who was an unused substitute for Southampton in the 2003 FA Cup final who also played for long periods for Coventry City and Derby County.
Professor Paul Williams, BA, DPhil (b. 1950) is Professor in Indian Religions at the University of Bristol, United Kingdom. He is also director for the university's Centre for Buddhist Studies.