Barbara Williams (Isla de Vancouver, Canadá, 1953) es una actriz canadiense. Williams protagonizó las películas Thief of Hearts en 1984, Watchers en 1988 Oh, What a Night en 1992. Obtuvo una nominación al premio Genie en su edición No. 21 en la categoría "mejor actriz secundaria" por la película canadiense Love Come Down .
Barbara Williams (born 1953) is a Canadian-American actress. Williams has starred in the 1984 Paramount film Thief of Hearts, the 1988 film Watchers and the 1992 film Oh, What a Night. She garnered a Genie Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress at the 21st Genie Awards for Love Come Down. 
Barbara Williams, Actress: White House Down. Barbara Williams was born on October 19, 1953 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She is an actress and writer, known for White House Down (2013), Justice on Wheels: The Diana Kilmury Story (1996) and Breach of Faith: A Family of Cops II (1997).
At the age of 16, Barbara was singing and playing her guitar in church basements in Gibsons Landing, one of the many small towns in Western Canada she lived in growing up. A teacher at high school saw her potential as a performer and cast her in the Tennessee Williams’ play, Suddenly Last Summer, put on by the local drama club.
Barbara Williams (1925 – 2013) was an American author of children's books. She is most known for her coming of age story Titanic Crossing, which became a best-seller and won a Mark Twain Readers Award in 1998.  Contents 1 Early life 2 Career as a writer 3 Personal life and death 4 Selected works 5 References Early life [ edit]
Barbara Williams is an American ice hockey skating coach. Williams was born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised on Long Island. In 1977, she became the NHL's first female skating coach. Barbara Williams was named the official power skating instructor for the New York Islanders, becoming the first female skating coach in the National Hockey League and ...
Barbara Williams may refer to: Barbara Williams (actress) (born 1953), Canadian-born American actress; Barbara Williams (skating coach), American ice hockey skating coach; Barbara Roles Williams (born 1941), American former figure skater; Barbara A. Williams, African-American radio astrophysicist; Barbara Williams (writer) (1925 – 2013), American author of children's books