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Christopher James "Chris" Williams was born on November 2, 1967 in Tarrytown, New York where he spent most of his childhood days.

His mother Helen Tinch was a school music teacher and his father Milton Augustine Williams Jr. Chris is of African American and European American ethnicity and holds an American nationality.

During an interview with CNN's Piers Morgan at the time, Stacey used a line made famous by Martin Luther King Jr, saying that she chose her presidential pick 'not by the color of his skin but the content of his character'.

After several conflicting reports, Hip Hollywood has learned that Christopher Williams and Natalie Macklin are indeed married.

He portrayed the role of Kareem Akbar, one of Nino Brown's assistants.

He also had a cameo appearance in the 1990s police drama, New York Undercover as "the singer," performing "Stranger In My Life," in the episode entitled "The Shooter." He had another cameo in Gunmen, starring Christopher Lambert and Mario Van Peebles, singing a song entitled "Stranger In My Life".

Additional collaborations throughout his career include: "Round and Round" and "No Sunshine" from the CD Phuture Flava, "Love You More Than Words Can Say" from the CD Soul Blitz Allstars, the duet with Miki Howard, "I Hope That We Can Be Together Soon", the duet with Shae, "You Are So Fine", "Can't Wait To Be With You" from the DJ Jazzy Jeff and The Fresh Prince release Code Red, "I Wanna B Ure Lover" from the F. Effect release So Deep It's Bottomless, and "Sexual Healing", the duet with reggae dancehall queen Patra.

Although he has been considered "out of the game" by some, there are countless artists from several genres who give full credit to him for writing lyrics, performing, producing, editing, collaborating, and simply "doing a favor for a friend." Williams appeared in the 1991 film New Jack City.

In between solo pursuits, he has been a contributor to Alex Bugnon's "As Promised," with a smooth jazz version of Mary J.

Blige's "All That I Can Say", featured on "In Your World" with Twista & The Speedknot Mobstas, a very up-tempo track on the soundtrack of "Doctor Dolittle", and on the Cafe Soul All-Stars CD with a single entitled "Used To Be." Other soundtrack contributions include: "Tha 2 of Us" from the film Bulletproof, "Superhero" from the film Butter, "Boom and the Bang" (featuring R&B songstress Monifah) and "I'm Yours" from the soundtrack of the stage play Men Cry in the Dark, and "Stranger In My Life" from the film Gunmen.

The 33-year-old, who was married to Mr Williams for eight years, sent abusive emails and set up a profile of him on ‘Plenty of Fish’ after their marriage broke down last Christmas, the court heard.

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