Porsha Williams is a multi-talented television host and media personality, filled with big dreams and the ambition to make them a reality. A true "cornbread-fed Georgia Peach," Porsha was born and raised into a prominent and historic family in Atlanta, as she is the granddaughter of Civil Rights leader and philanthropist, Rev. Hosea Williams. Despite her busy workload, Porsha makes it a priority to remain heavily involved in her various charity partnerships.
Not only is Porsha one of the stars of Bravo's #1 show, The Real Housewives of Atlanta, but she is also the co-host of the nationally syndicated talk show Dish Nation. Recently, she co-starred alongside Vivica A. Fox and Columbus Short in the onstage remake of Two Can Play That Game. Since then, she has developed a passion for animated and on-screen scripted projects. Her fan-favorite voice can be heard as Carlotta in the animated movie CarGo, where she collaborated with Haley Joel Osment and Melissa Joan Hart. On the screen, Porsha shows off her acting skills playing the step-mother in TV One's Steppin' Back to Love, and made multiple other guest appearances in shows such as Fox's Star and films such as Sharknado 5: Global Swarming. She also appeared on the first season of The New Celebrity Apprentice.