Throughout his entertainment career as an accomplished actor, Larry Williams graced the silver screen many times. Williams began his acting career appearing in various films, such as the comedy adaptation "Brother Rat" (1938) with Priscilla Lane, the Jane O'Brien Dart drama "Girls on Probation" (1938) and the comedic adaptation "Going Places" (1938) with Dick Powell. He also appeared in "Torchy Blane in Panama" (1938). He kept working in film throughout the thirties, starring in the Margaret Lindsay adaptation "On Trial" (1939), the adventure "Secret Service of the Air" (1939) with Ronald Reagan and the Jane Wyman action flick "Torchy Plays With Dynamite" (1939). He also appeared in the action movie "Wings of the Navy" (1939) with George Brent. In the forties through the nineties, Williams lent his talents to projects like "Brother Rat and a Baby" (1940), "Crash Landing: The Rescue of Flight 232" (ABC, 1991-92) and the Jeff Goldblum and Julianne Moore box office smash "The Lost World: Jurassic Park" (1997). His credits also expanded to "The Relic" (1997) starring Penelope Ann Miller. Most recently, Williams worked on the David Duchovny action film "The X-Files" (1998).