Raecine 'Rae' Williams has been around media and television since she was six years old when she debuted in Jamaican reggae duo Chaka Demus and Pliers' music video 'Every Kind of People'. Rae starred in a children's television series shortly after, which sparked her love for media and led her to explore being behind the camera. By the age of 15, she was a producer on Television Jamaica's summer series 'Watch N Win'.
Rae went on to get her degree in Film and English Creative Writing,
with a minor in Music Business and Entertainment Industries from the University of Miami, and her Master's in Journalism as well as a Certificate in Sports Journalism from the University of Maryland.
Rae has found success as a producer, print journalist, broadcast journalist, podcaster and even in book publishing. Her career has taken her everywhere from covering the White House, to winning
two Emmy awards for her work as a student, to the covering the
glitzy Red Carpets and celeb world of Los Angeles.
Rae hosted the acclaimed, long-running Friday night magazine program, Entertainment Report (ER), produced by stalwart
Jamaican producer Anthony Miller for 3 years. She is now a
Red Carpet Correspondent for Buzz
Rae is based in Los Angeles is currently completing her first book Spotlight On Me.
(Memories from my entertainment journo life )
That one time I asked Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke what was in her purse!
Hey Lamar ! He told me all about his new book and DWTS