Timeline of Bijan Williams
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A native of Manhattan, New York, Bijan Williams was born on February 2 and grew up in a family of lawyers and doctors in a New Jersey. As a child, his dream was to become a Pediatrician someday. He always loved music and was also highly active in sports, favoring lacrosse and football.
In his 20, Bijan met someone who introduced him to the world of professional dancing that later became his career. He continued the course for around six months until became good.
Further, he joined Hip Hop training at "Broadway Dance Center", under the Rhapsody James and later in L.A. training at Millennium. By the time, Williams began taking classes at Dance Designs Studio.
His first break through as a dancer was in Jay-Z’s “99 Problem”. Williams co-produced and choreographed the music video for “monster”, “Single ladies” and much more.
Further, he started learning about the entertainment business at "Universal Talent" to study Film, Television, and Camera. He is also a well-trained actor, who began his professional acting training at "Oxford University" in England, where he studied Shakespeare and Scene.
As per our record, Bijan is single. Till now there is no any news and rumors regarding his affairs, girlfriend, spouse, and divorce. However, he was arrested for allegedly raping drunk teen of 17-years-old after she passed out in luxury Chelsea hotel.
Bijan’s lavish and luxurious life style indicates that he has a good income source. He earns his wealth widely through his profession as he is a singer, choreographer, actor, and model. However, he has not revealed the exact figure of his net worth.
Bijan Williams facts on timeline
Started Acting Training2000
Bijan Williams started his professional acting training at Oxford University in England where he learned about Shakespeare and Scene Study. He has cast in many TV shows including 30 Rock. Law & Order, Gossip Girl, MTV Hits, Room Raiders and more.
Began Professional Hip Hop Training2002
This year, Williams started his professional Hip Hop training at Broadway Dance Center under the Rhapsody James and later joined L.A. training at Millenium with Shane Sparks and David Moore.
Choreographed Music Video2010
This year, Williams co-produced and choreographed the music video for “Monster”, featuring Rick Ross, Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Nicki Minaj alongside director Jake Nava.