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Chad Williams

A Texan in every way, Chadwick believes in doing things big. He relocated to California after joining the military and serving his country for 12 years. Fulfilling his military obligations, he moved into the corporate world where he gained the knowledge and corporate leadership experience, which he used to build the global brand Aviation Solutions International and BizJet Express.

In 1991, he was bitten by the entertainment bug when he surprising landed the position behind the scenes working as the stage manager on “The Jefferson’s Live” stage play. Later that same year, he hooked up with Black Entertainment Television where he worked with the likes of Brian McKnight, Patti Austin and Michael McDonald on BET’s “Tribute to Black Legends” and BET’s own legend, Donnie Simpson at “Video Soul”.  

In 1992, he landed a small part in the critically acclaimed movie, “American Me”, directed by Edward James Olmos and from 1993 to 1997, he worked on BET’s hit television series “Comic View”. 

In 1998, Chadwick took a break from entertainment when he jumped back into the cockpit, returning to his passion of flying when he co-founded the aircraft maintenance company Aviation Solutions Int’l (ASI) and the aircraft charter company, BizJet Express. He would continue in this capacity until he left both companies in early 2004.  Later that same year he would be honored by Vibe Magazine as they proclaimed him to be “Pilot to the Stars, a one-man air-force.”

Chadwick would re-enter the entertainment industry in 2004 where he would collaborated with Paramount Pictures and Tridestined Studios to work on the successful film, “Coach Carter”.   To further solidify his foundation within the entertainment industry, he went back to college and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Film, Television and Media studies.

In 2007, He went on to produce the short film “Keys”, which would win eight festival awards including Grand Prize and Grand Jury Prizes in the New York International and New Jersey International Festival. In 2008, he produced another short film, “Say You Say Me” loosely based on the life of Lionel Richie that explores the life of a man seeking love, validation, and forgiveness.

In 2011, Williams co-founded the company Brownstone Entertainment where he currently operates as CEO, overseeing all aspects of the business.  In this capacity, he would collaborate with Universal Pictures and Relativity Media to produce the movie “Safe House”.  A dynamic writer, producer and director, Chadwick went on to direct ten episodes of the TV/Web Series “The Crew” for Fremantle Media North and “The Contract”, a short feature film based on a true story of a mother’s love and the depths she would go to save her son.

In 2015, Chadwick founded BSEntTV studios where he has produced the sitcoms “Lawd have Mercy” and “Ward of the State”.  Recently, he has secured agreements to produce and direct the feature comedy film “Haunted House of Chronic”, the movie trilogy “Blood Ghost” and is currently, producing and directing the docu-series titled, “Through My Mother’s Eyes” which explores the unique influential relationships between a mother and her child.