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About Nathan Hale Williams

Born and raised in Chicago, Nathan Hale Williams began appearing in theatre, commercials and television shows at the age of 8. A classically trained dancer, Nathan continued to perform and study at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. After college, he attended the George Washington University Law School where he was the president of the Student Bar Association, a Dean’s Fellow and the recipient of the GW Law Alumni Association Award for Outstanding Scholarship and Leadership.

As President & CEO of iN-Hale Entertainment LLC, Nathan is a storyteller. In traditional terms, Nathan is a multi-hyphenated entertainment professional who is an award-winning filmmaker, award-winning author, entertainment attorney, and television personality. His latest film, 90 DAYS, which he wrote, directed and executive produced alongside Empire’s Jussie Smollet was screened at over thirty top international festivals receiving several “Best” awards, including, an African Movie Academy Award (Africa’s Oscar equivalent) for Best Disapora Short and Overall Winner, Best Actress and the Audience Choice Award at the 2018 Diversity in Cannes Short Film Showcase. Nathan is the executive producer and producer of the NAACP Image Award and GLAAD Media Award nominated film, Dirty Laundry (FOX/Codeblack).

His other film credits include: The Ski Trip (MTV Networks), Love for Passion, Blackbird, starring Academey Award® winner, Mo’Nique; and, Pastor Brown. His television credits include: My Model Looks Better Than Your Model (BET), NAACP Image Award nominated, Leading Women (Centric); Leading Men (Centric); Real Life Divas (BET-J); The American Candidate (Showtime); Inside: Black Culture (BET); The Kimchi Chronicles (PBS) and, Girl’s Who Like Boys…(Sundance Channel). In 2018, a dream came true when Nathan was hired to direct and produce live action films for Sesame Street’s 49th Season, including films for Elmo’s Wonderful World. He has directed and produced commercials for Isabella Fiore Handbags (starring Veronica Webb), Jumpstart (starring LL Cool J) and the U.S. CDC’s “Testing Makes Us Stronger” campaign starring the Real Housewives of Atlanta. His next films for iN-Hale Entertainment, Burden and What If I Told You? are in pre-production and will be completed in fall 2018.

D’angelo Thompson.  D’angelo Thompson is known for his mastery of beauty and quality aesthetic. He is also one of the entertainment industry’s most sought-after artisans. Originally from Chicago, D’angelo always dreamed of one day taking the beauty industry by the reigns both nationally and internationally; and, in the past two decades, has done so in a phenomenal way. It is his personal vision to elevate his
profession by creating a global brand and community, empowering all to see and celebrate their beauty.

As a professional, D’angelo’s expertise extends to beauty, bridal, editorial, commercial, film, TV and private clients. As hair and makeup artist for guests and celebrities on The Wendy Williams Show from 2008 – 2011, D’angelo earned three Daytime Emmy nominations with a win for “Guest Hair” in 2010. Most importantly, in over two decades, D’angelo has developed a body of work that classifies him in the A-list of beauty professionals.  He is currently working with Law & Order SVU (Seasons 17, 18 & 19), Blue Bloods (Season 8), Worst Cooks,/Celebrity, Joy Mangano/IDL, HSN and Pudding Boy Productions.  As an author, D’angelo’s self-published lifestyle and beauty book entitled “Enhanced Beauty” (2016) continues to sell domestically and internationally.

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