Michelle Williams and her husband, Thomas Kail, expect their third child. In a recent interview, Venom’s actor stated:
“It’s completely joyful. As the year’s pass, you begin to worry what they may or may not contain for you. It’s thrilling to realize that something you’ve wanted repeatedly is now accessible once again. That wonderful fortune has not gone unnoticed by myself or my family.”
Williams and Kail already have a son, Hart, born in 2020. Michelle also has a 16-year-old daughter named Matilda from her marriage to late actor Heath Ledger.
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Thomas Kail, who was born on January 30, 1978, is best known for directing Off-Broadway and Broadway performances of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musicals In The Heights and Hamilton. After graduating from Wesleyan University, he worked as an assistant stage manager at the American Stage Company in New Jersey.
In 2007 and 2008, he directed the 24 Hour Plays charity performances, as well as Julia Jordon’s A Bus Stop Play and Beau Willimon’s Zusammenbruch. Kail also directed the popular Broadway musical In the Heights, for which he received a Tony Award nomination for Best Direction of a Musical. In 2011, he directed Eric Simonson’s play Lombardi and Nathan Louis Jackson’s When I Come to Die Off-Broadway. Thomas directed the musical Hamilton alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda in 2015. In January 2016, the Alexandria, Virginia native directed Grease: Live for Paramount Television, with the world premieres of Dry Powder and Tiny Beautiful Things. In July 2018, FX announced a limited series Fosse/Verdon, with Thomas directing four of the eight episodes.
Michelle Williams’ experience as a parent during the epidemic
Michelle Williams’ second child Hart was born in 2020 during the Covid-19 lockdown. She remarked that having a small kid helped her put the pandemic’s grim headlines into perspective. She stated:
“It reminded me that life continues on.” The world we brought a baby into is not the world we expected to bring a baby into, yet the infant has no idea. He feels the pure thrill of exploration as well as the joy of a caring household.”
Williams feels that being a mother has strengthened her commitment to her career as an actor and the humanitarian issues she supports. The Shutter Island actress will next be seen in Steven Spielberg’s semi-autobiographical coming-of-age movie The Fabelmans. Her character is partially based on Spielberg’s mother, and she intends to take a sabbatical before the birth of her third kid.