Don S. Williams

Biography: Don grew up in the small community of Stony Plain, Alberta (just west of Edmonton). From the age of 12, he had a keen interest in the Film and Entertainment Industry. He started his career in 1957, at the age of 19, when he moved to the Alberta/Saskatchewan border town of Lloydminster and began working at the new CKSA radio station. 18 months later, he was off to Regina, Saskatchewan to fulfill a one-year contract at CKRM radio.From there, Don left for Brandon, Manitoba where he worked both as the sole Producer/Director at the local CKX-TV station and Artistic Director for the Brandon New World Theatre.In 1963, Don landed a job as Staff Producer/Director at the CBC station in Winnipeg, where he met his future wife. He spent 15 and half years there: the first five at the CBC and the remainder working as a freelance director, producer, and writer.With the freelance work came a great deal of travel - a considerable portion of which was to Vancouver. So, in 1979, Don moved hisDon grew up in the small community of Stony Plain, Alberta (just west of Edmonton). From the age of 12, he had a keen interest in the Film and Entertainment Industry. He started his career in 1957, at the age of 19, when he moved to the Alberta/Saskatchewan border town of Lloydminster and began working at the new CKSA radio station. 18 months later, he was off to Regina, Saskatchewan to fulfill a one-year contract at CKRM radio.From there, Don left for Brandon, Manitoba where he worked both as the sole Producer/Director at the local CKX-TV station and Artistic Director for the Brandon New World Theatre.In 1963, Don landed a job as Staff Producer/Director at the CBC station in Winnipeg, where he met his future wife. He spent 15 and half years there: the first five at the CBC and the remainder working as a freelance director, producer, and writer.With the freelance work came a great deal of travel - a considerable portion of which was to Vancouver. So, in 1979, Don moved his family to the west coast where he and his wife Audrey still reside.Although probably best known for his recurring role as the "Elder" on the hit series The X-Files, Don has also achieved great deal of career success in other areas of radio, film, television, and theatre. For one, he worked in the capacities of director, producer, and executive producer on the hit Canadian series The Beachcombers.Having an active interest in political matters from an early age, Don joined the Liberal Party of Canada in 1965 and remains an active member to this day. A self-described "raving moderate", he is extremely knowledgeable about social issues and the histories of those issues. When it comes to political and social topics of debate, if there is one thing that Don strongly believes, it is that there are no easy answers. Expand

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Title: Year: Credit: User score:
tbd The X-Files: Season 6 Nov 8, 1998 1st Elder 8.4
tbd The X-Files: Season 5 Nov 2, 1997 1st Elder 8.6
tbd The X-Files: Season 4 Oct 4, 1996 1st Elder 8.7
tbd The X-Files: Season 3 Sep 22, 1995 1st Elder 8.6
tbd The X-Files: Season 2 Sep 16, 1994 1st Elder 8.6