Treat Williams

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Treat Williams

Born

12/1/1951, Rowayton, Connecticut, U.S.A.

Birth Name

Richard Treat Williams

Gender

Male
9.3
out of 10
User Rating
71 votes

Biography

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Treat Williams is the Connecticut-born, prep-school-educated actor, who first made a serious commitment to his craft during his university days at Pennsylvania's Franklin and Marshall College. Working summers with the nearby Fulton Repertory Theatre at Lancaster in the heart of the Amish country, Williams performed the classics as…more

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  • Trivia

    • Treat was one of People Magazine's Sexiest Men Alive, 2006. He is found in the "Hooray for Gray!" section.

    • Treat is called twice "Andrew" in TV productions: on Faerie Tale Theatre - Prince Andrew, and on Everwood - Dr. Andrew Brown.

    • Treat Williams' parents are Richard Norman Williams, and Marion Williams.

    • Treat Williams was the voice of Professor Milo in Batman: The Animated Series, in 1992.

    • Treat Williams appeared in: Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back, in 1980, as Jess Allashane (Echo Base trooper) / Jerrol Blendin (Cloud City trooper). His roles were uncredited.

    • Treat Williams is not only an actor: He was the Director of Texan in 1994, and the Executive Producer of Bonds of Love in 1993. Both are TV series.

    • Treat Williams is a TV, cinema and theater well known actor: He starred in theater since 1976, in cinema since 1971 and on TV since 1987.

    • Treat Williams' most featured roles in television are: Good Advice, as Jack Harold (1993-94), and Everwood, as Dr. Andy Brown (2002)

    • Ever since 1979, when Treat Williams first starred in the movie Hair, he participated in more than 40 films.

    • Treat Williams received in 1996 an Emmy Award nomination for his portrayal of Michael Ovitz in the HBO movie The Late Shift.

    • Treat Williams earned his third Golden Globe nomination for his performance as Stanley Kowalski in the television presentation of A Streetcar Named Desire.

    • Treat Williams earned his second Golden Globe nomination for his starring role in Sydney Lumet's Prince of the City, in 1981.

    • Treat Williams directed Showtime's Texan for the Prestigious Chanticleer series. He won two festival awards fot that task: Best New Director at the Aspen Short Film Festival, and Best Short Film at the Fort Lauderdale Film Festival.

    • Treat Williams starred in three sequels of the series The Substitute.

    • Treat Williams also starred as Berger in Milos Forman's screen version of the Broadway musical Hair.

    • Treat Williams and planes: He is a certified Flight Instructor, rated in single and multi-engine airplanes and helicopters. Moreover, in 2003, he completed two weeks of training to qualify for flying jet engine planes.

    • Treat Williams appeared as a guest star in the movie Miss Congeniality 2 (2005) (starring Sandra Bullock), as the police-officer Collins.

    • Treat Williams' character in Everwood, Dr. Andy Brown, was ranked #43 in the TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time", on June 2004.

    • Treat Williams' nickname "Treat" comes from one of his maternal ancestors, Robert Treat Payne. Robert's signature appears on the Declaration of Independence.

    • Treat Williams is married to Pamela Van Sant since 1988. They have two children: Elinor and Gil Williams.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Treat Williams has made some very bad films look quite good!

    10
    I'll be the first to admit that Treat Williams has been in some utter rubbish. Half the time stuck in dreadful "B" movies when he deserved so much better. On the rare occassion he's been in a decent movie like Things to do in Denver when you're dead, he's out classed even good actors like Christopher Walken.



    With Everwood he got the break for playing the usual wise ass joker type he's been sterotyped as. Showing a full range of emotions from grieving husband to funny dad, he's shown anyone who watched the show what a first rate actor he really is.



    Lets hope in the future he is offered more material like this!moreless
  • I have only ever see Treat in Everwood,and never miss an episode.I've not seen him without his beard untill now,looking at the photos of him.I like his manner,his looks and his gentle voice.I would like to see more of the talented man.He's a hottie!moreless

    10
    I didn't realise he was in Brothers and Sisters,It's not long started here in New Zealand,I'll have to star watching.See if I reconise him with out the beard.

    I enjoy Everwood,it's probably only meant for the teens but i find it enjoyable and interesting.It covers alot of subjects teens would encounter in their everyday life these days,such as abortion,flatting or living together,everyday medical dramas such as brain tumours,cancer and general accidents.

    It's a good life portrail.

    I think that treat plays the part welltrying to come to terms with his own personal crisis, bringing up a family and trying to understand their needs and feelings as well as his own.

    I love the guy, I think he's great,and so is Everwood.moreless
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