Hollywood Actor Treat Williams Dies in Motorbike Accident

Actor Richard Treat Williams who had worked in  “Blue Bloods” and “Everwood” has died in a motorbike accident. Williams, 71, was hit by an SUV when it turned over him when he was riding his motorbike in Vermont. The actor made his debut in 1975 thriller film Deadly Hero and was nominated for Golden Globe three times.

Williams Was Only One Hurt

According to Williams’ agent, Barry McPherson, Williams was badly hit by an SUV which turned left onto Route 30. Williams was airlifted to a hospital  in Ticonderoga, where he succumbed to critical injuries. The fire chief in Dorset told People magazine that Williams was the only one hurt in the accident as his body was fully exposed during the ride.

Williams Legacy

Following his 1979 breakthrough in Hair, Richard Treat Williams starred in other notable films like Steven Spielberg’s 1941 (1979), Once Upon A Time In America (1984), Dead Heat (1988), Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead (1995), and Deep Rising (1998).

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