Phillip Percy Williams is a true southern gentlemen originally from Mobile, Alabama, who is a seasoned and professional entertainer with many credits.
Phillip is a 2015 Best Principal Actor in a Musical award recipient from San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Critics Circle. He is an eleven year veteran of internationally acclaimed Beach Blanket Babylon. Phillip Percy traveled with Carnival Cruise Lines in Broadway shows as well as performing his solo tribute to Nat King Cole with an eleven piece orchestra.
Phillip Percy's theatrical credits are many & includes Carl Magnus " A Little Night Music (Lucky Penny productions), Jim "Big River" (Lucky Penny Productions), Gaston "Beauty and The Beast (Berkeley Playhouse, Sebastian "Little Mermaid (Throckmorton Theatre), Reverend Sykes " To Kill A Mockingbird" (Berkeley Playhouse, Pirate King "Pirates of Penzance" (Ross Valley Players), Hunter "Title of Show" (Marin on Stage), Chiambuane/Mr Linder "Impressionism" (Ross Valley Players), King Alonso "The Tempest" (Curtain Theatre) Johnny Casino/Teen Angel "Grease " (6th Street Playhouse), Captain Tempest "Return to the Forbidden Planet" (Curtain Theatre/Marin on Stage) and Ben "Scarlet Pimpernel" (Long Beach Civic Light Opera) to name a few.
He has performed for a long list of non-profit events which include Bread & Roses, Spirit of Marin, Marin General Hospital Foundation, Spectrum, Minority Aids Project, San Rafael Rotary, Roots of Peace, & Marin Shakespeare Theatre Company. Phillip was featured in 2015 Marin Valentine's Ball, 2014 & 2015 North Bay Children's Center Gala "A Night in Tuscany, the 2012 Bread & Roses Gala "Take Heart' & 2012 Marin General Hospital Foundations Gala "Feria de Espana". He was also featured at 2012 & 2010 Spirit of Marin and 2010 Roots of Peace Gala "Salute to our Troops" Phillip Percy Williams formed a contemporary Jazz/R&B trio called The Phillip Percy Pack. Phillip Percy's trio can be seen at various venues throughout the Bay Area.
"I am grateful to my southern upbringing and singing in the church which contributes to my ability to engage, entertain and warm the audience."