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Treat Williams Photos, Pictures, Images, 4k, HD – Everwood and Hair actor Treat Williams passed away following a motorbike accident. He was 71. Barry McPherson, the actor’s 15-year agent, informed PEOPLE on Monday evening that the actor had passed away.
Star of ‘Everwood’ and ‘Hair’, Treat Williams, dies at age 71 after a motorbike accident
His death occurred this afternoon. He was turning left or right when a car cut him off, according to McPherson. “I’m absolutely inconsolable. He was a very kind person. He had such skill. He was a performer’s performer. He was adored by filmmakers. Since the late 1970s, he has been the center of Hollywood, says McPherson. He had a great deal of pride in his work this year. He is overjoyed with the work I got him. His career has been well-balanced.
The collision took place on Monday at 5 p.m. on Route 30 by Long Trail Auto close to Dorset, Vermont, according to Jacob Gribble, the fire chief for Dorset, Vermont.
Williams’ motorbike and one vehicle were involved in the collision, according to Gribble. Investigators think the car’s driver was turning and failed to notice the motorbike. According to Gribble, the rider was the lone casualty and was airlifted to a hospital in New York by a LifeNet chopper.
In response, the Manchester Fire Department organized the helicopter’s landing area. East Dorset Fire and Rupert Fire were among the additional emergency agencies that responded.
Later on Monday, the Vermont State Police issued a press release verifying Williams’ name and outlining the specifics of the collision. The investigation is still in its early stages, according to police, and on Tuesday, June 13, team members will go back to the incident site to finish cleaning up the scene.
Williams’ career peaked in 1979 when he played George Berger in the movie adaptation of the Broadway musical Hair. He ultimately received a Golden Globe nomination for the actor – the new star of the Year for the performance in that role. Later, he received a second Golden Globe nomination for his performance in 1981’s Prince of the City for best actor in a drama film.
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