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Farewell to Treat Williams, the actor known for the series 'Everwood'

Actor Treat Williams died at the age of 71 from a motorbike accident in Vermont. The man was hit by a car near Dorset and died at the Albany Medical Centre, where he was transported.

The actor was known to the general public for his roles in the TV series 'Everwood' and in films such as 'Hair' and 'Once Upon a Time in America'.

Treat Williams made his big screen debut in 1975 as a police officer in 'Deadly Hero', but he has played at least 120 roles throughout his long television and film career.

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The actor Treat Williams is dead
Actor Treat Williams died at the age of 71 from a motorbike accident in Vermont. The man was hit by a car near Dorset and later died at the Albany Medical Centre to which he had been transported.
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The most well-known roles
The actor was known to the general public for his roles in the TV series 'Everwood' and in films such as 'Hair' and 'Once Upon a Time in America'.
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The debut
Treat Williams' big screen debut was in 1975, with the role of a police officer in 'Deadly Hero', but there are at least 120 roles he has played throughout his very long television and film career.
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Golden Globe nominations
Treat Williams received a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in 'Hair'. In the same year, 1979, he starred in Steven Spielberg's film '1941'.  His second Golden Globe nomination came for his role in Sidney Lumet's 'Prince of the City'.
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The other roles played
Other films in which Treat Williams has starred include 'The Empire Strikes Back', 'Flashpoint', 'The Substitute2: School's out', and 'The deep end of the Ocean'.
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