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Treat Williams –

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About Treat Williams (1951 – )
Treat Williams was born on December 1, 1951, in Rowayton, Connecticut.

Williams first name, Treat, is a family surname on his mother's side. Their ancestor, Robert Treat Payne was one of the brave men that signed the Declaration of Independence.

In the early 1980s, Treat Williams was a professional pilot for a year. He is a certified flight instructor for single and multi-engine airplanes and helicopters. In 2003, Williams completed two weeks of training to qualify for flying jet engine planes.

A Prep-School educated actor, Treat Williams made a serious commitment to the acting industry when he attended Pennsylvania's Franklin and Marshall College. He worked in the summers at the Fulton Repertory Theatre at Lancaster which is the heart of Amish Country.

Pam Van Sant, married Treat Williams in 1988. They have two children. Before marrying Van Sant, Williams had a brief romance with actress Dana Delany.

Treat Williams made his film debut as a cop in Deadly Hero in 1976. The film was followed shortly by two small film roles in The Eagle Has Landed in 1976 and The Ritz.

In 1976, Treat Williams was cast in the starring role on stage of Grease. He played the role of Danny Zuko. He also starred in Hair, in 1979, which was a cinematic breakthrough for his career.

In 1979, Treat Williams portrayed the GI on the make in Steven Spielberg's 1941. In 1980, Williams starred in the romantic comedy, Why Would I Lie.

Treat Williams has played roles in prestigious dramas made for TV, He was in Dempsey in 1983 and A Streetcar Named Desire.

Treat Williams has received several nominations. He was nominated for the DVD Exclusive Awards for Gale Force; in 2003, nominated for an Emmy for The Late Shift; in 1996, nominated for A Street Car Named Desire; in 1985, by the Golden Globes and also for the Prince of the City; in 1982, and Hair; in 1980. In 1986 the Independent Spirit Awards nominated Williams for Smooth Talk. In 2005, he was nominated for the Satellite Awards for Everwood.

Treat Williams's notable movie credits include...

A Little Bit Of Heaven (2011)
Oba: The Last Samurai (2011)
Mask Maker (2010)
Howl (2010)
127 Hours (2010)
What Happens In Vegas (2008)
The Hideout (2007)
Moola (2007)
Brothers & Sisters (2006)
everwood (2002-2006)
Hollywood ending (2002)
miss congeniality 2 (2005)
crash point zero (2000)
the deep end of the ocean (1999)
deep rising (1998)
mulholland falls (1996)
mister dog (1995)
where the rivers flow north (1994)
final verdict (1991)
dead heat (1988)
j edgar hoover (1987)
once upon a time in America (1984)
star wars: episode v - the empire strikes back (1980)
1941 (1979)
Hair (1979)
Marathon Man (1976)



Treat Williams in 127 Hours (2010).






Treat Williams in Once Upon a Time in America (1984).





Treat Williams in Hair (1979).