"It's a wonderful experience to work on features made specifically for an online experience. I understand Yahoo! also premiered Tom Hanks' animated series, Electric City," said Williams.
Cybergeddon revolves around a female government agent (Missy Peregrym, Rookie Blue) who, while on the run from the law herself, is pursuing a master hacker (Olivier Martinez) bent on bringing the world to its cyber-knees. Tonya Lee Williams (pictured on the right with Anthony Zuike) plays the Head of the FBI Cyber-Terrorism department, Donna Berg.
Williams is best known for her work as Dr. Olivia Winters on Young and the Restless. In addition to acting in Cybergeddon this summer, she also worked on Lifetime's Imperfect Justice with Rob Lowe and she recently wrapped filming on Empire of Dirt, a feature produced by Jennifer Podemski.
"I'm grateful and excited about all these projects. It's been an exceptional year for me as an actress and I'm excited to see what the future holds," said Williams.
When Williams is not in front of the screen, she is behind it as the Founder and Executive Director of ReelWorld Film Festival. The five day fest showcases world-class cinema – dramas, documentaries, shorts and music videos. It will celebrate its 13th year in April 2013. The festival focuses on works that reflect diversity or are by emerging and established artists from Aboriginal, Asian, Black, Latino, Middle Eastern, South Asian and other racially diverse backgrounds.
"It's a lot of work, but very rewarding. My festival focuses on showcasing great film and on giving emerging diverse talent access to the mainstream world of the entertainment industry," Williams added.
When asked if she would return to Young and the Restless, Williams responded: "Of course. Y&R has always been good to me - I love the character Olivia and still feel there is a lot of life left in her".