Hari Williams (pronounced Ha-dee) has been cast in the role of "Future" in the upcoming Bounce TV original series My Crazy Roommate.
He is a 2002 graduate of Calabasas High and son of residents Leroy and Madhavi Williams.
My Crazy Roommate is Bounce TV first original scripted sitcom and is a comedy series about two young women, Brooke (Laila Odom) and Chole (Brittany Richards), from vastly different backgrounds, who are forced to live together while on a crusade to find fame and fortune in Hollywood..
The show was created and produced by Bentley Kyle Evans (Martin, The Jamie Foxx Show, Love That Girl) for Bent Outta Shape Productions, and will be one of five original scripted series on Bounce.
I have been a fan of Bentley since 'Martin' and had a chance to visit the set of his show 'Love That Girl' several times," Williams said in a press release. "And now to get a chance to work with him is an amazing opportunity."
Hari Williams is a graduate of Howard University School of Theater Arts and makes his big screen debut this fall in Douglass U, a comedy feature film he penned. He is a 2002 graduate of Calabasas High and son of Calabasas residents Leroy and Madhavi Williams.
A graduate of Howard University School of Theater Arts, Williams makes his big screen debut this fall in Douglass U, a comedy feature film he penned.
My Crazy Roommate will premiere on Bounce TV, Tuesday, October 15, 2013 at 10:00pm ET.
Bounce TV targets African Americans primarily between the ages of 25-54 with a programming mix of theatrical motion pictures, original series, specials and events, live sports, off-net series, documentaries, and inspirational faith-based programs.