Colleagues, friends and fans are remembering Treat Williams, the versatile and prolific actor who died today in a motorcycle accident at the age of 71. Take a look at a sample of the response posted on social media below.
The actor from Rowayton, CT, earned more than 125 film and TV credits during his career that spanned nearly half a century. He was the widowed brain surgeon who moves his children from Manhattan to small-town Colorado in The WB’s 2002-06 drama. Everwood. He Recurred as Kelly and Katie Severid’s Ex-Firefighter Dad Chicago FireStarred opposite Shelley Long in the 1993–94 CBS sitcom good advice and has guest starred on dozens of series including Law & Order: SVU, White Collar, Hawaii Five-O, Leverage And Simpson.
Most recently she was a series regular for the entire six seasons of Hallmark Channel. Chesapeake Shores.
Williams hit . from Hair, 1941, Prince of the City And Flash point To dead heat, Ernie Dodd, The Late Shift — receiving an Emmy nomination for playing Michael Ovitz — Deep Rising, The Phantom, 127 hours and many more.
Here are some of the memories and tributes of the late actor: