Whatever Happened To: Paul Williams
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Submitted By: stuntpope
Posted Date: August 7, 2005
Last Updated: September 27, 2011
Paul Williams
Claim to fame: Epitome of seventies-style celebrity, singer, songwriter, actor. Penned numerous hits including Evergreen for Barbara Streisand and scored and starred in Brian De Palma's Phantom of the Paradise
Was a mainstay in television cameos of the day such as Love Boat and Fantasy Island.
Paul Williams
Where are they now? Problems with alcohol and drugs drove his proile much lower over the 80's, finally getting clean and sober in 1989, Williams became a licensed drug rehabilitation counselor and got involved with Musician's Assistance Programme, a non-profit organization by and for musicians helping them with their substance abuse issues.
He also starred as Truman Capote in the one-man show on Broadway Tru and released Back to Love Again his studio return in 1997.

He also secured a recurring role on daytime television's The Bold and the Beautiful in 1998 and returned to songwriting.
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Lola La Pard said:
November 25, 2008 11:32 PM
Why is there a boxing match on singer Paul Williams thing. Is it because the person who put it there didn't notice that singer Williams is, well, white and that Williams the boxer isn't?
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Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/07/2005
Played the enignmatic Viking chieftain and hero, Buliwyf [Beowolf], in The 13th Warrior which also featured Antonio Banderas. After The 13th Warrior, he appeared in some B movie...
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Submitted by: stuntpope  - 08/14/2005
First male supermodel for Calvin Klein and played JD on Baywatch. Huge success as a male model for many designers in the 1990's. Famed photographer, John Falocco, was the first ...