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Tyler James Williams's Big Secret for Becoming Stronger Than Ever
For years, Tyler James Williams thought of himself as a “hard gainer”—a guy who just can’t pack on muscle. He played an adolescent Chris Rock on the sitcom Everybody Hates Chris for much of the mid-aughts, but nearly a decade later, well into his 20s, he was still getting calls to play a certain type. “I was trying to read for roles that were my age and I couldn’t get out of high school,” he says. That formerly stuck student went on to become a particularly impressive schoolteacher: Williams, now 30, is best known as the rigid but adorable Gregory Eddie on the ABC mockumentary Abbott Elementary, for which he’s earned an Emmy nom and cemented his status as an Internet thirst trap. But that journey included several hard lessons about his health. In fact, it nearly destroyed him.
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