Casey Lee Williams is an American pop singer and songwriter who served as the lead singer on the soundtrack of RWBY (Season 8 -10), an anime-influenced web series created by Monty Oum and produced by Rooster Teeth Productions.
Williams was also a major performer as one of the characters from RWBY to RTX; an annual internet and gaming convention in Austin, Texas.
Biography of Casey Lee Williams
Born on November 25, 1998, Casey Lee Williams is the daughter of Jeff Williams and Sandy Lee Casey who are also musicians. She works alongside her father Jeff Williams, keyboardist and songwriter for Rooster Teeth and RWBY; an anime-style web series and media franchise. Her father is also a multi-talented singer and instrumentalist.
Casey’s parents recently divorced but still have a mutual relationship. She is very close to her father and occasionally performs on stage with him.
The pop singer tweeted that it became “incredible and memorable” every time she took the stage with her dad. She is the only child of her parents
Most of the pop singer’s songs are composed by her father Jeff, including It Will Be The Day; I’m burning (yellow trailer); From Shadows (Black Trailer); Wings; Red Like Roses (Red Trailer); Mirror Mirror (White Trailer); I can fall; Or;… and many others.
In addition to singing in the studio, Casey Lee Williams also performs on stage and has done so many times with his father and the crew. Some fans believe that she is less confident during her live performances than when recording in the studio.
Facts you need to know about the pop singer
Birth sign: Sagittarius
Casey Lee Williams is passionate about the arts and wants to make her mark through art, photography, dance and music.
She started singing at the age of six when her father Jeff encouraged her to star in one of his Bye Nikki Bye soundtracks in The Stranger. Then at age twelve, Jeff also asked him to sing for a demo he was writing for Red vs. Blue. Her performance was so good that her father decided to use her as a soprano opera singer and that’s how Casey ended up becoming the lead vocalist for the RWBY soundtracks.
Prior to his work on RWBY, Casey Lee Williams performed songs for another animated web series called Red vs. Blue. The show was produced by Rooster Teeth Productions,
The song “Mirror, Mirror” which she personally composed served as the theme music for an RWBY character named Weiss Schnee.
She recorded music for several Rooster Teeth series in collaboration with her parents, Sandy Lee Williams and Jeff Williams.
She has also recorded and performed music for the series RWBY, which features the voice work of Lindsay Jones, which are rated 4 stars on Amazon.
At RTX 2015, Casey Lee Williams cosplayed as Weiss Schnee for the live music concert, again performing alongside her father, as well as the Video Game Orchestra and band, Barenaked Ladies. She performed live again during RTX 2016 at Austin City Limits Live with Jeff Williams’ Freelance Orchestra. She couldn’t perform in 2017 because she was in Europe at the time of the convention.
Casey’s mother, Sandy Lee Casey, is also a singer who performs solo on acoustic guitar at various establishments and wineries in Temecula Valley Wine Country, South Carolina. The mother and daughter have also collaborated on a number of songs.
The album Ma maison, released in 2018 in collaboration with Santi C is on Apple Music.
Prior to her work on RWBY, she performed songs for another animated web series titled Red vs Blue; a show that was also produced by Rooster Teeth Productions.
At RTX 2014, Casey performed as Ruby Rose and performed a short side-by-side acoustic with her dad and other artists at the RWBY Music Panel.
She is also the vocalist for Weiss Schnee in the Tipping Point and White Trailer.
On a very personal note, Casey shared something about her that most fans couldn’t find on her social media page. In her June “pride” post, precisely on June 30, 2018, the pop singer revealed that she was bisexual and was really proud to be herself. She said she was a super open person and honesty was very important to her.