Meet the Cast: William H. Bryant, Jr. & Eugene DeChristopher


William H. Bryant Jr. (Juan Julian) is extremely excited and grateful to have the opportunity to work with such an amazing cast, crew and director here at Ross Valley Players. Coming from an athletic background, having played collegiate football, he decided to make the transition of acting and modeling upon graduating from Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. William has performed in TV shows, films and several stage plays such as Mulatto by Langston Hughes at the Black Repertory Theatre, Picasso at The Lapin Agile by Steve Martin, and most recently The Petrified Forest by Robert Sherwood at Beverly Hills Playhouse/The Firescape Theatre.


Eugene DeChristopher (Eliades) is delighted to be working once more with the wonderfully talented director, Mary Ann Rodgers. He last appeared on stage as Gangster #2 in Kiss Me, Kate at Contra Costa Civic Theatre. He is a former member of the Marin Actors Workshop led by Terry McGovern. Eugene is the newly appointed master carpenter at Ross Valley Players, and he constructed the set for Anna in the Tropics. Past sets include The Night of the Iguana, Journey’s End at RVP; A Streetcar Named Desire, Meet Me in St. Louis at CCCT; Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolfe, Petrified Forrest for the Marin Actors Workshop. A big hug to my wife of 25 years, Nan Ayers.

Anna in the Tropics runs May 27 – June 19, 2016. More information at


One thought on “Meet the Cast: William H. Bryant, Jr. & Eugene DeChristopher

  1. I’ve worked with BJ on two different stage Plays, Mulatto as well as Picasso at the Lapin Agile. Not only a Great Actor but Great guy. You are lucky to have him! Andrew Harris


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