Treat Williams: US actor dies in motorcycle accident

He was a popular series actor, including in “Everwood” and “White Collar”. Now Treat Williams is dead. The US actor died in a motorcycle accident.

The US film and series star Treat Williams (1951-2023) is dead. The actor, known among others from the series “Everwood” and “White Collar”, died in a motorcycle accident last Monday (June 12). His longtime agent confirmed this to People magazine. Williams was 71 years old.

According to his agent, the accident happened on Monday afternoon near the city of Dorset, Vermont: “He was turning left or right and a car cut him off. I’m just devastated. He was the nicest guy. He was so talented. ”Williams was always satisfied with the film and series roles that he gave him. “He’s had a balanced career.”

An investigation into Treat Williams’ accident is ongoing

A firefighter and a police spokesman also confirmed that the person involved in the accident was Treat Williams. The investigations are therefore ongoing.

Richard Treat Williams was born in December 1951 in Rowayton, Connecticut. He acted in theater while still in college in Pennsylvania. In 1979 he became known for his role as Berger in the film “Hair” and was also nominated for a Golden Globe as the best young actor.

Actor leaves wife and two daughters

From 2002 to 2006 he played the doctor Andy Brown in the television series Everwood. From then on, Williams was a popular actor in series, including in “Brothers & Sisters” (2006), “White Collar” (2012) and “Chicago Fire” (2013). He also had smaller roles in the films “Love Vegas” (2008), “127 Hours” (2010) and “Manhattan Queen” (2018).

He leaves behind his wife Pam and two children.

Hank Peter

Learn More →

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *