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  1. Brian Williams: Brian Douglas Williams is an American journalist who is the anchor and managing editor of NBC Nightly News, the evening news program of the NBC television network, a position he assumed in 2004.
  2. Brian Williams a.k.a. Lustmord: Brian Williams is a Welsh industrial musician, sound designer and film score composer. He is often credited for creating the dark ambient genre with albums recorded under the name Lustmord.
  3. Brian Williams, OC is a Canadian sportscaster who is best known for his coverage of the Olympic Games.
    • also known as Brian J. Williams
    • born on (69 years ago) in Winnipeg
    • nationality: Canada
    • education: Aquinas College
    • profession: Sports commentator
    • some of the nominations and awards:
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympics on CBC" (The 1988 Winter Games)
        • Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympics on CBC" (The 1988 Winter Games)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad"
        • Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Seoul 1988: Games of the XXIV Olympiad"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "XIV Commonwealth Games"
        • Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "XIV Commonwealth Games"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Molson Indy Vancouver" (1990 Molson Vancouver Indy)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Albertville 1992: XVI Olympic Winter Games", with Ron MacLean
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Molson Indy Vancouver" (1993 Molson Indy)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "XV Commonwealth Games"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Compilation Tape", with Colum Henry
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "The 1995 Molson Indy Toronto"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympics on CBC" (Centennial Olympic Games: Day 1 to 16)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympics on CBC" (The 18th Olympic Winter Games)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Hockey Night in Canada"
        • Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympics on CBC" (The 18th Olympic Winter Games)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Molson Indy Toronto"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Pan Am Games"
        • Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Pan Am Games"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "2000 Olympic Summer Games" (2000 Olympic Summer Games: Daniel Igali/Donovan Bailey/Canadian Trail)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "2002 Winter Olympic Games"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "Torino 2006 - the Olympic Winter Games on CBC (Olympic Prime Time)"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "Bell Spirit of the Game" (Own the Podium)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "2008 Grey Cup on TSN" (Pre-game)
        • Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "2008 Grey Cup on TSN" (Pre-game)
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sportscaster/Anchor - "Olympic Games on CTV"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "Olympic Games on CTV"
        • Gemini Award for Best Host or Interviewer in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "Olympic Games on CTV"
        • nominated to Gemini Award for Best Sports Feature Segment - "Grey Cup on Sports Network" (Pre-Game), with Matt Dunn
        • nominated to Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Host or Analyst in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "The London 2012 Summer Olympics" (London 2012 Olympic Games)
        • Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Host or Analyst in a Sports Program or Sportscast - "The London 2012 Summer Olympics" (London 2012 Olympic Games)
  4. Brian Williams: Brian Scott Williams is a former American football center in the National Football League who played for the New York Giants from 1989 to 1999. He played college football at the University of Minnesota and was drafted in the first round of the 1989 NFL Draft.
  5. Brian Williams: Brian O'Neal Williams is a former Major League Baseball player. A pitcher, Williams played for the Houston Astros, San Diego Padres, Detroit Tigers, Baltimore Orioles, Fukuoka Daiei Hawks, and Chicago Cubs and Cleveland Indians.
  6. Brian Williams is a former American football cornerback. He was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the fourth round of the 2002 NFL Draft. He played college football at North Carolina State.
  7. Brian Williams is a former professional footballer who played in a total of 591 games for six different clubs in The Football League during an eighteen-year career spanning the period from 1973 to 1991.
  8. Brian Williams: Brian Marcee Williams is a retired American football linebacker in the National Football League.
  9. Brian Williams: Brian Richard Williams was a Welsh international rugby union player.
  10. Brian Williams: Brian John Williams was an illustrator.
    • born in (60 years ago)
    • died on (5 years ago) in Shefford
  11. Brian Williams is an author.
    • born in (63 years ago)
    • died in (9 years ago)
    • written works: "See Through Forts & Castles Rep", "Work with Prisoners", "22 De Noviembre De 1963/22 Of November Of 1963", "Armas y guerras", "An tSean-Sín", "Great Inventions: Pack A of 4", "Sensational 70's Quizbook", "Trading Up: Indus Valley Trade", "First Encyclopaedia", "Los Seres Vivos", "Lightning", "Microsoft Works 2.0 for the Macintosh", "Problems in physics", "Drake and Tudor Exploration", "Invaders in Britain", "Sport & Entertainment", "First Picture Encyclopedia", "All about under the sea", "Renaissance Tarot Deck & Book Set", "4 De Julio De 1776", "Reparation and Victim-Focused Social Work", "Archaeological objects from County Fermanagh", "Reach for the Stars: Ancient Egyptian Pyramids", "Hydrobiological Modelling", "Rh Library of Knowledge First", "Africa and the Origins of Humans", "Sport and Entertainment", "The Declaration of American Independence", "Ancient Roman War and Weapons", "Guide to Mexico", "Wonder Book of Animals/06114", "The wounded spear rises", "Rita69Grl", "Bell and the Science of the Telephone", "Prehistoric and Ancient Europe", "Guide to Great Britain", "The Assassination of President Kennedy", "Britain at War 1939-1945", "Ship Of Fools Tarot", "Working With Victims of Crime", "Big Book of Facts", "Exploración submarina", "The Greatest Book of the Biggest and Best", "Special French", "The Story Behind Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist", "Explore the World of Marvelous Machines", "Enciclopedia Visual", "Tudor Explorers", "The Blitz on Britain", "Life as a Combat Soldier"
  12. Brian Williams: Brian G. Williams is a Democratic politician who served in the Ohio House of Representatives, representing District 41 from 2005 through 2011.
  13. Brian Williams is a basketball player who plays for Jacksonville State Gamecocks men's basketball team.
  14. Brian Williams is an American Football quarterback for the Louisiana–Monroe Warhawks.
  15. Brian Williams is a film actor.
  16. Brian Williams is an author.
    • born in (73 years ago)
    • written works: "Trading Communities", "Come to Russia", "Faraday, pioneer of electricity", "The great book of battles", "The sea", "Inventions and discoveries", "The history of transportation", "The Random House book of 1001 wonders of science", "Amazing reptiles and amphibians", "Ancient Roman homes", "The Kingfisher encyclopedia of questions and answers", "Twenty names in space exploration", "The age of discovery", "The modern world", "Nventions and discoveries", "The fall of the Berlin Wall", "War and weapons", "Conquerors of Everest", "The living world", "The Assassination of President Kennedy"
  17. Brian Williams a.k.a. Brian J. Williams is a stunt performer.
  18. Brian Williams is a basketball player.
  19. Brian Williams is a screenwriter.
  20. Brian Williams is an American Football defensive back for the Indiana Hoosiers.
  21. Brian Williams is a film editor.
    • profession: Film editor
  22. Brian Williams a.k.a. Brian D. Williams is a visual effects specialist.
  23. Brian Williams is an art director.
    • profession: Art director
  24. Brian Williams is a musical artist.
    • also known as B. Williams
  25. Brian Williams is an award nominee in the 15th Gemini Awards for Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series.
    • nomination: - nominated to Gemini Award for Best Picture Editing in a Documentary Program or Series - "Seven Painters Seven Places", with Andy Keen
  26. Brian Williams is the father of American football player Brandon Williams.
  27. Brian Williams is the father of American football player Zane Williams.
  28. Brian Williams is an artist and the author of children's novels. His childhood was spent in Zambia. He moved with his family to Liverpool, England in the 1970s. During his teenage years his hobbies included amateur boxing, experimental art, and high-speed car chases. He attended The Slade School of Fine Art in the early 1980s. He makes his own films and has worked as art director and actor in a number of UK productions, including projects by Alex Cox and Charlie Higson. He lives in Hackney, London, England. He has co-authored a series of children's novels called Tunnels with British writer Roderick Gordon.

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Google previewEncyclopedia of Television News (1999)

by Michael D. Murray

Brian Williams was a White House correspondent who, in quick succession, became a substitute for Tom Brokaw on the NBC Nightly News, and a Saturday evening anchor, and in July of 1996, prime- time anchor and managing editor of The ...

Google previewThe USA Today College Football Encyclopedia (2009)

by Bob Boyles, Paul Guido

/ Kurt Barber LB Matt Gee LB Gideon Murrell / Brian Williams LB Willie McGinest DB Calvin Holmes .

Google previewChildren's Illustrated Encyclopedia (2016)

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Kimberly Springer Brian Williams BA The Buddhist Society Earth Resources April Arden Dip.M Hedda Bird BSc Conservation Papers Ltd. Peter Nolan, British Gas Plc ...

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If you start pandering to young people, you're going to get accused of simply giving people what they want. (Brian Williams)
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