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‘Everwood’ & ‘Hair’ Star Killed Motorcycle Crash At 71 – Deadline

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Updated family statement: We invite Williams, the versatile and prolific actor best known for playing Dr. Andy Brown in the Greg Berlanti films. Everwood Deadline has confirmed that he died after a career that spanned almost half a century. Williams died in a motorcycle accident in Dorset, Vermont. he was 71 years old.

Williams’ family issued the following statement to Deadline, which read in part: “Treat is full of love for his family, his life and his craft, and is genuinely passionate about it all. …to his fans, please know that Treat thanked you all, and please continue to keep Treat in your hearts and prayers.” Read the full statement below. please give me.

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Dorset Fire Chief Jacob Gribble said: people The accident happened around 5pm ET and involved Williams’ motorcycle and a car, although the driver apparently did not see Williams. He was the only one injured in the accident. He called a helicopter to airlift him to the hospital.

Williams played a hearty lead at WB Everwood The role, which ran for four seasons from 2002 to 2006, seemed perfect for the actor. Williams received two SAG Award nominations for his work on the show. The series was never a ratings blockbuster, but it helped launch the careers of Chris Pratt, Emily VanCamp, and Gregory Smith.

Williams was well seasoned by the time the show started. His first big break came when he auditioned for a movie road company. grease.

“I came back and they let me stand in for four male lead characters, including John Travolta and Jeff Conaway, on Broadway,” Williams said. Vermont magazine. “I covered Teen Angel, Doody, Danny Zuko and Roger. Within two weeks we were performing on Broadway. It was Baptism of Fire and it was amazing.”

He eventually appeared in six Broadway shows from 1974 to 2001. Follies, love letters and original production Pirates of Penzance.

He made his film debut in the 1975 thriller film. deadly hero. The following year he played a supporting role in a Richard Lester film. The Ritz Appeared in the work of John Sturges the eagle soared. His breakthrough on the big screen came in 1979 when he starred as George Berger in the film directed by Milos Forman. hair, based on the 1967 Broadway musical. Williams was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for this film.

This actor’s many other big-screen credits include work with Steven Spielberg 1941 (1979), Sidney Lumet prince of the city (1981), by Sergio Leone long ago in america (1984), dead heat (1988), Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995) and deep rising (1998).

Williams frequently posts online about her life in Vermont, sharing photos of her farm and appreciation for country life on social media. his last tweet arrived just an hour before his death.

“I have always loved Vermont, winter and summer. is good,” he told an interviewer in 2022. Never traveled before. Every day when I wake up, I am so grateful for the view outside my window and for living here. ”

On television, Williams’ career spanned four decades, starring in the 1983 TV movie. dempsey, About the former heavyweight champion who the actor more than temporarily resembles. He made two more TV movies. Streetcar Named Desire (1984) played Stanley Kowalski, J. Edgar Hoover (1987), where he played the titular G-Man. Dozens more TV movies followed, with several series sprinkled in. Everwood came. Most notably, good advice Shelley Long is a sitcom that ran for two seasons on CBS from 1993 to 1994.

Most recently, Williams starred in a six-episode arc. blue blood Hallmark Channel as Lenny Ross Chesapeake Shores From 2016 to 2022.

Statement on the Passing of Treat Williams

It is with great sadness that we announce that our beloved Treat Williams passed away tonight in a fatal motorcycle accident in Dorset, Vermont. As you can imagine, we are shocked and deeply saddened at this time.

Treat was full of love for his family, his life, his craft, and was truly on top of it all. It’s a shock to me now, but know that Treat was truly loved and respected by his family and everyone who knew him.

We are devastated and ask that you respect our privacy as we deal with our grief. To all his fans, please know that Treat thanked you all, and please continue to keep him in your hearts and prayers.

Williams family

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