Over the past two decades, Kam Williams gained notoriety for his film reviews and celebrity interviews for over 100 publications around the world, ranging from local papers such as Princeton’s Town Topics and the MSR to international news chain Metro and review site RottenTomatoes.com. Williams also wrote countless book reviews and editorials, as well as a novel that will be published posthumously later this year. His work ethic and glowing journalistic reputation led to extensive work interviewing celebrities associated with upcoming film and book releases, including Quentin Tarantino, Denzel Washington, Mel Brooks, Russell Simmons, LeBron James, and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter, among many others. Williams was also a staunch supporter of civil rights-related causes, publishing countless op-eds on the topic and later joined the NAACP Image Awards Nominating Committee. Williams was a long-time Sentinel contributing film critic and literary writer, who enjoyed a nearly 22-year career as a writer, passed away May 30 from prostate cancer. He was 66-years-old.