(written from a Production point of view)
Williamson holds a degree in Finance/Economics from the University of Florida. While attending the university, acquired most of his elective credits in the Theatre Department, working on a number of stage productions. Upon graduating, he moved to Dallas, Texas, where he continued to train as an actor. He has since moved to Los Angeles, California, to further his career and training as an actor.
Williamson has played the lead in several short films, including The Abbotts, Imperfection, and Simple Game. He has also been seen in commercials for such companies as NASCAR and The American Heart Association. Some of his stage credits have included The Rainmaker, Dangerous Corner, and Little Women.
In 2006, Williamson appeared in an unsold pilot for ABC called A House Divided, along with Bill Smitrovich. Williamson's sole major feature film work to date was an uncredited appearance in the 2006 sports drama Invincible, starring Kevin Conway and Jack Kehler.