Treat Williams

Inside Biography

Treat Williams is an American actor best known as Critical Bill in the film Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead. His other notable acting credits include Hair, The Phantom, Once Upon a Time in America, and Deep Rising. Similarly, he is also the author of the children's book Air Show!


Treat Williams was born Richard Treat Williams on December 1, 1951, in Rowayton, Connecticut, United States.

His father, Richard Norman Williams, is a corporate executive, while his mother, Marian Andrew Williams, is an antique dealer.

Talking about Treat's education, he attended Kent School. Later, he enrolled at Franklin & Marshall College and graduated in 1973.

Fortune And Career

Seventy-one years old Williams made his acting debut with the 2975 thriller movie Deadly Hero. He gained international fame for starring as George Berger in the musical anti-war comedy-drama film Hair with John SavageBeverly D'AngeloAnnie Golden, Dorsey Wright, and Melba Moore.

Similarly, Treat is also a notable part of movies like Deadly Hero, Prince of the City, Once Upon a Time in America, Flashpoint, Night of the Sharks, Heart of Dixie, Dead Heat, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, The Phantom, Venomous, 127 Hours, A Little Bit of Heaven, Deadfall, Christmas on the Square, and others.

He has also acted in numerous television series such as American Playhouse, Good Advice, Everwood, Brothers & Sisters, Heartland, Against the Wall, White Collar, Chicago Fire, Going to California, Chesapeake Shores, Blue Bloods, and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation

CAPTION: Actor Treat Williams is worth $10 million. SOURCE: Metro US

Furthermore, his partial theatre credits include Grease, Over Here!, Once in a Lifetime, The Pirates of Penzance, Love Letters, Bobby Gould in Hell, and Oleanna, Follies.

Did You Know: In the early 1980s, the actor professional worked as a pilot for around a year.

According to the Celebrity Net Worth, Treat Williams has an estimated net worth of $10 million. He receives a salary of hundreds of thousands of dollars from his successful acting career.

Relationship History: Marriage, Wife, And Kids

5 feet 11 inches tall Treat is married to actress and producer Pam Van Sant. The duo exchanged wedding vows on June 25, 1988. They have been sharing their married life together for more than twenty years. 

CAPTION: Treat Williams and his wife, Pam Van Sant SOURCE: Getty Images

Williams, along with his wife, Sant, shares two children. The duo has a son, Gill Williams, and a daughter, Elinor Williams. Thye may or not follow the footsteps of their father is curiosity among the fans.

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by samikshya, 24 Nov, 2020

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