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President & CEO of iN-Hale Entertainment LLC, Nathan Hale Williams is a classic storyteller. Named a Black Enterprise Magazine Modern Man of Excellence ® and two-time NAACP Image Award Nominee, Nathan is a multi-hyphenated entertainment professional who is an award-winning filmmaker, a best-selling/award-winning author and an entertainment attorney. In 2021, he directed, produced and adapted a filmed version of the acclaimed memoir, All Boys Aren't Blue to rave reviews. His feature documentary, IT CAN BE DONE: Ending Homelessness in America premiered at the 2021 Pan African Film Festival. He may be best known for his award-winning film, 90 DAYS, which he wrote, directed and executive produced, which was screened at over forty top festivals receiving multiple “Best” awards, including an African Movie Academy Award and the Cannes Diversity Showcase – Overall Winner. His other film credits include: NAACP Image Award & GLAAD Media Award nominated, Dirty Laundry (Fox); The Ski Trip (MTV), Love for Passion, and, Blackbird (RLJ Ent.). His television credits include: My Model Looks Better Than Your Model (BET), Leading Women (Centric); The American Candidate (Showtime); The Kimchi Chronicles (PBS) and, Girls Who Like Boys (Sundance Channel). In 2019, a dream came true when Nathan was hired to direct and produce live action films for Sesame Street’s 49th Season. His film BURDEN, premiered at the American Black Film Festival in 2019. A proud native of Chicago, Nathan has authored five books and is an honors graduate of George Washington University Law School.

Known For
90 Days, Sesame Street, Dirty Laundry, All Boys Aren't Blue
Highest Staffing Level
Executive Producer


Nathan Hale Williams

A sassy, aging puppet gets one last shot at stardom in this offbeat and satirical take on a singing competition show.


Nathan Hale Williams

A jaded Chicago lawyer turned politician reluctantly discovers that her chance for true love might be found in the unlikeliest person – her political opponent.