Treat Williams, Star of ‘Hair’ and ‘Everwood,’ Passes Away at 71

Treat Williams

Treat Williams, a veteran actor known for his roles in “Hair” and “Everwood,” has sadly passed away at the age of 71. The actor was involved in a motorcycle accident near Dorset, Vt., which resulted in his death. The news was confirmed by his family through a statement released by his agency, APA.

The statement expressed the family’s deep sadness and shock over the loss of Treat Williams. They described him as a loving family man who was passionate about his craft and at the peak of his career. The family requested privacy during this difficult time and thanked his fans for their support and prayers.

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At the age of 28, Treat Williams gained acclaim for his performance in the film adaptation of the musical “Hair.” He received a Golden Globe nomination for his role. He continued to showcase his talent in films such as “Prince of the City,” and “Smooth Talk,” which earned him critical recognition.

Williams made a lasting impact on television with his lead role in the series “Everwood,” where he portrayed Dr. Andy Brown. His portrayal of a neurosurgeon who moves his family to a small town garnered praise and earned him a Screen Actors Guild award nomination.

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In addition to his TV work, Williams made guest appearances in several shows, including “White Collar,” “Chicago Fire,” and “Blue Bloods.” He also had a recurring role in “Chesapeake Stories.”

Treat Williams, born as Richard Treat Williams, had a successful career in acting and will be remembered for his talent and contributions to the industry. He is remembered by his wife, Pam Van Sant, and their children, Gil and Elinor Williams, who continue to cherish his memory.

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The entertainment world mourns the loss of this accomplished actor, whose performances touched the hearts of many. Treat Williams’ legacy will live on through his memorable roles and the impact he made on audiences.