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Encyclopedia > Scott Williams

Scott Williams is an American comic book artist and inker. He has provided inkwork for comic book illustrators such as Jim Lee and Marc Silvestri, and is best known for his collaboration with Lee.


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William Scott - "Who's Afraid of William Scott?" - PRESS (2386 words)
According to William Scott, it allows for an expression that is influenced by many different genres from gospel to rock.
Well, Who’s Afraid Of William Scott is one of these rare albums that combines a message with a fresh blend of soul, RandB, hip hop and pop which at its best evokes memories of soul music’s halcyon days and Stevie, Curtis, Donny or Marvin.
Scott's contributed to four songs on Bell Biv Devoe's 2001 album, "BBD," wrote a song for the soundtrack to "Two Weeks Notice," a film starring Sandra Bullock and Hugh Grant, and has worked with Next, Monifah and producer Doug E. Fresh.
William Scott Home Page (943 words)
William and Thirza’s first child, Henry William Scott was born on October 17, 1877 at Lambeth.
On November 23, 1883, a daughter, Elizabeth Scott was born to William and Thirza.
William Scott also donated a corner of his lot across from the Williamsport Schoolhouse, to be used as a Church, and a cemetery.
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