Richard Williams - Other Persons

Other Persons

  • Dick Williams (magician) (born 1927), American television and radio magician
  • Richard Bebb or Richard Bebb Williams (1927–2006), British actor
  • Richard Williams (academic) (born 1960), English academic, engineer and innovator
  • Richard Williams (animator) (born 1933), Canadian animator
  • Richard Williams (journalist) (born 1947), British sport and music journalist
  • Richard Williams (RAAF officer) (1890–1980), Australian aviator
  • Richard Williams (Royal Marines officer) (1764–1839), British military officer
  • Richard Bryn Williams (1902–1981), Welsh writer, poet, playwright and historian
  • Richard D'Alton Williams (1822–1862), Irish physician and poet
  • Richard Hughes Williams (1878–1919), Welsh language writer of short stories
  • Richard Leroy Williams (1923–2011), American judge
  • Richard Llewellyn Williams (born 1929), American diplomat
  • Richard T. Williams (died 1955), American sailor for whom Williams Field, Antarctica is named
  • Richard Tecwyn Williams (1909–1979), Welsh biochemist
  • Ricky Williams (The Young and the Restless) or Ricardo Williams, fictional character in The Young and the Restless

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