J.D. Williams (actor), born on May 22, 1978 in Newark, New Jersey, USA. J.D. Williams's age 40 years & Zodiac Sign Gemini, nationality American (by birth) & Race/Ethnicity is Black. Let's check, How Tall is J.D. Williams?
J.D. Williams Bio
J.D. Williams Height
5 ft 9 in (173 cm/)
|Height & Weight|
|Height (in Feet-Inches)||5 ft 9 in|
|Height (in Centimeters)||173 cm|
|Height (in Meters)|
|Weight (in Kilograms)||68 kg|
|Weight (in Pounds)||150 lbs|
J.D. Williams Body Measurements
J.D. Williams's full body measurements are .
J.D. Williams FAQs
Is JD Williams closing?
The JD Williams, Simply Be and Jacamo parent company and home shopping group has closed ‘legacy’ brands including High & Mighty and House of Bath over the course of the year, and and moved Figleaves brand lingerie to Simply Be.
Who else is part of JD Williams?
JD Williams. An online boutique experience showcasing fashion and home product for 45 – 65 year old women. … Simply Be. A size-inclusive online fashion and beauty brand for women, targeting women aged 25 – 45. … Jacamo. … Home Essentials. … Ambrose Wilson.
Is House of Bath part of JD Williams?
House of Bath was part of JD Williams & Company Limited, amongst the UKs leading direct home shopping companies, with more than 20 successful UK catalogue brands. House of Bath specialise in products for the home, with a wide array of furniture and accessories for each room in the house.
What was JD Williams called before?
In 1986, N Brown Investments acquired the JD Williams group in a reverse takeover to secure a public quotation. The company name was changed to N Brown Group plc.
Darnell “J.D.” Williams is an American actor from New Jersey. Best known for his starring roles in the HBO television programs Oz as Kenny Wangler, The Wire as Bodie Broadus and Pootie Tang as Froggy. Williams was born in Newark, New Jersey. He attended Newark Arts High School, a performing arts public school in Newark, New Jersey. He portrayed a biracial 15-year-old dealing with racism and his father’s infidelity in the play A.M. Sunday in late 2003 at Baltimore’s Centerstage theater. He had a number of cameos and leading roles in R&B and hip-hop music videos between 2002 and 2005.Read Full Biography Wikipedia