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Richard Treat Williams was born on 1st December 1951, in Rowayton, Connecticut USA, and is a Golden Globe Award-nominated actor, best known for his roles in such films and TV series as “Hair” (1979), “A Street Car Named Desire” (1984), and “Everwood” (2002-2006), among many other differing roles. Treat’s career started in the early 1970s.

Have you ever wondered how rich Treat Williams is, as of early 2017? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that Treat`s net worth is as high as $4 million, earned through his successful career in the entertainment industry. Apart from appearing on screen, Treat also has a respectable career in theater, appearing in such plays as “Grease” (1972-1980), “Once in a Lifetime” (1978), “Love Letters” (1989-1990), and “Follies” (2001), which have also improved his wealth.

Treat Williams Net Worth $4 Million

Treat is the son of Richard Norman Williams and his wife Marian; he grew up in his hometown and went to Kent School. After matriculation Treat enrolled at Franklin and Marshall College, and graduated with a degree in arts in 1973.

Before his college education ended, Treat ventured into acting, securing the role of Danny Zuko in “Grease” in 1972, and playing the character in various theaters until 1980. He has continued to appear in theatre productions throughout his career.

His screen debut came in 1975 with a minor role in the film “Deadly Hero”, starring James Earl Jones and Don Murray. The next year he featured in Richard Lester’s Oscar-nominated comedy “The Ritz” with Jack Weston, Rita Moreno and Jerry Stiller in lead roles. He spent the rest of the ‘70s building his name with roles in such productions as John Struges` “The Eagle Has Landed”, with Michael Caine, Donald Sutherland and Robert Duvall, and the Golden Globe Award-nominated musical “Hair” (1979), directed by Milos Forman, with John Savage, Beverly D’Angelo and Treat in lead roles. His net worth was well established.

The next decade was extremely successful for Williams as he appeared in more than 15 film titles and recorded some of his most popular roles to the present day. He started with the lead role in the comedy drama “Why Would I Lie”, next to Lisa Eichhorn and Gabriel Macht, and then starred in Sidney Lumet`s crime drama “Prince of the City” (1981), as Detective Daniel Ciello. The same year, Treat appeared as D.B. Cooper in the crime thriller “The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper”, and in 1983 portrayed the famous 1920’s boxer Jack Dempsey in the biographical drama “Dempsey” directed by Gus Trikonis. The following year he played James Conway O’Donnell in Sergio Leone`s Golden Globe Award-nominated drama “Once Upon a Time in America”, starring Robert De Niro, James Woods and Elizabeth McGovern, and the same year appeared as Stanley Kowalski in Golden Globe- awarded drama “A Streetcar Named Desire”, with Ann Margaret. Three years later Treat played the first Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, J. Edgar Hoover in the film of the same title, and by the end of the ‘80s had featured in such titles as “Night of the Sharks” (1988), “Dead Heat” (1988), and “Heat of Dixie” (1989), among others, all of which added to his net worth.

The ‘90s weren’t as fruitful as the previous decade, however, thanks to his fame Treat secured several high-profile roles, including in such films and TV series as “Good Advice” (1993-1994) as Jack Harold, then the crime drama film directed by Gary Felder “Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead” (1995), and the next year he portrayed Xander Drax in the action comedy “Phantom” starring Billy Zane. He finished the decade with roles in two fairly successful films – “Deep Rising” (1998) and “The Deep End of the Ocean” (1999), which only increased further his net worth.

Treat started the new millennium with roles in less popular films, including “Crash Point Zero” (2001), only to bounce back with one of the lead roles in the TV series “Everwood” (2002-2006), with Gregory Smith and Emily VanCamp, meantime in 2002 appearing in several films including “Guilty Hearts” and “Hollywood Ending”, among others. In 2007 he appeared in Tom McLoughlin`s “The Staircase Murders”, and then in 2010 featured in Danny Boyle`s Oscar-nominated drama “127 Hours”, starring James Franco and Kate Mara. Since then his career has started to decline somewhat, and roles in films dwindled. In 2014 he appeared in “Barefoot”, starring Evan Rachel Wood, Scott Speedman, and J.K Simmons, and most recently he had the lead role in “The Congressman” (2016), and TV series “Chesapeake Shores” (2016- present).

Regarding his personal life, Treat has been married to actress and producer Pam Van Sant since 1988; the couple has two children.


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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
127 Hours 2010 Aron's Dad
Howl 2010 Mark Schorer
The Storm 2009 TV Mini-Series Robert Terrell
Safe Harbor 2009 TV Movie Doug
Chasing a Dream 2009 TV Movie Gary Stiles
Front of the Class 2008 TV Movie Norman Cohen
What Happens in Vegas 2008 Jack Fuller Sr.
Good Behavior 2008 TV Movie Burt Valencia
Il nascondiglio 2007 Father Amy
Heartland 2007 TV Series Dr. Nathaniel Grant
Moola 2007 Luis Gordon
The Staircase Murders 2007 TV Movie Michael Peterson
Brothers & Sisters 2006 TV Series David Morton
Everwood 2002-2006 TV Series Dr. Andrew ''Andy'' Brown
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous 2005 FBI Asst. Director Walter Collins
The Circle 2002 Mr. Spencer Runcie
Hollywood Ending 2002 Hal
Going to California 2002 TV Series Officer Terry Miller
Guilty Hearts 2002 TV Movie Stephen Carrow
Gale Force 2002 Video Sam Garrett
UC: Undercover 2002 TV Series Teddy Collins
Venomous 2001 Video Dr. David Henning
Critical Mass 2001 Mike Jeffers
The Substitute: Failure Is Not an Option 2001 Video Karl Thomasson
Crash Point Zero 2001 Agent Jason Ross
Skeletons in the Closet 2001 Video Will
Hopewell 2000 TV Movie David Jonas
Journey to the Center of the Earth 1999 TV Mini-Series Theodore Lytton
The Substitute 3: Winner Takes All 1999 TV Movie Karl Thomasson
36 Hours to Die 1999 TV Movie Noah Stone
The Deep End of the Ocean 1999 Pat Cappadora
Every Mother's Worst Fear 1998 TV Movie Mitch Carson (uncredited)
The Substitute 2: School's Out 1998 TV Movie Karl Thomasson
Escape: Human Cargo 1998 TV Movie John McDonald
Deep Rising 1998 John Finnegan
The Devil's Own 1997 Billy Burke
The Phantom 1996 Xander Drax
Mulholland Falls 1996 Colonel Nathan Fitzgerald
The Late Shift 1996 TV Movie Michael Ovitz
The Taming Power of the Small 1995 Short
Johnny's Girl 1995 TV Movie Johnny Ross
Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead 1995 Critical Bill
In the Shadow of Evil 1995 TV Movie Jack Brenner
Vault of Horror I 1994 TV Movie
Texan 1994 TV Short Man in Chinos
Hand Gun 1994 George McCallister
Parallel Lives 1994 TV Movie Peter Barnum
Good Advice 1993-1994 TV Series Jack Harold
Ho un segreto con pap 1994 TV Movie
Where the Rivers Flow North 1993 Champ's Manager
Avonlea 1993 TV Series Zak Morgan
Bonds of Love 1993 TV Movie Robby Smith
Deadly Matrimony 1992 TV Movie Alan Masters
Batman: The Animated Series 1992 TV Series Dr. Achilles Milo
The Water Engine 1992 TV Movie Dave Murray
Tales from the Crypt 1992 TV Series Howard Prince
Till Death Us Do Part 1992 TV Movie Alan Palliko
Final Verdict 1991 TV Movie Earl Rogers
Eddie Dodd 1991 TV Series Eddie Dodd
Beyond the Ocean 1990
Drug Wars: The Camarena Story 1990 TV Mini-Series Ray Carson
Max and Helen 1990 TV Movie Max Rosenberg
Heart of Dixie 1989 Hoyt Cunningham
Third Degree Burn 1989 TV Movie Scott Weston
Dead Heat 1988 Roger Mortis
The Third Solution 1988 Mark Hendrix
Night of the Sharks 1988 David Ziegler
Sweet Lies 1987 Peter
Echoes in the Darkness 1987 TV Movie Rick Guida
Faerie Tale Theatre 1987 TV Series Prince Andrew
J. Edgar Hoover 1987 TV Movie J. Edgar Hoover
The Men's Club 1986 Terry
Smooth Talk 1985 Arnold Friend
American Playhouse 1985 TV Series Hudley T. Singleton III
Flashpoint 1984 Ernie Wyatt
A Streetcar Named Desire 1984 TV Movie Stanley Kowalski
Once Upon a Time in America 1984 James Conway O'Donnell
Dempsey 1983 TV Movie Jack Dempsey
Neapolitan Sting 1983 Ferdinando detto Giugiù
The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper 1981 D.B. Cooper
Prince of the City 1981 Detective Daniel Ciello
Why Would I Lie? 1980 Cletus
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back 1980 Echo Base Trooper (uncredited)
1941 1979 Cpl. Chuck 'Stretch' Sitarski
Hair 1979 George Berger
The Eagle Has Landed 1976 Captain Clark
Marathon Man 1976 Central Park Jogger (uncredited)
The Ritz 1976 Michael Brick
Deadly Hero 1975 Billings
Chesapeake Shores 2016 TV Series Mick O'Brien
Confirmation 2016 TV Movie Ted Kennedy
The Congressman 2016 Charlie Winship
All Downhill From Here 2016 TV Series Treat Williams
Blue Bloods 2016 TV Series Lenny Ross
Chicago Fire 2013-2015 TV Series Benny Severide
American Odyssey 2015 TV Series Colonel Stephen Glen
Operation Rogue 2014 Gen. Hank Wallace
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2014 TV Series Sam Bishop
In the Blood 2014/I Robert Grant
Barefoot 2014/I Mr. Wheeler
Halftime 2013 Short
Age of Dinosaurs 2013 Gabe Jacobs
Hawaii Five-0 2013 TV Series Mick Logan
White Collar 2012-2013 TV Series James Bennett Sam Phelps
Eve of Destruction 2013 TV Mini-Series Max Salinger
Flores Raras 2013 Robert Lowell
Leverage 2012 TV Series Pete Rising
Deadfall 2012 Sheriff Marshall T. Becker
Attack of the 50 Foot Cheerleader 2012 Mr. Gray
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 2011 TV Series Jake Stanton
Against the Wall 2011 TV Series Don Kowalski
Beyond the Blackboard 2011 TV Movie Dr. Warren
Mask Maker 2011 Mr. Tucker
Oba: The Last Samurai 2011 Colonel Wessinger
A Little Bit of Heaven 2011 Jack Corbett
Boston's Finest 2010 TV Movie Jack Holt
Martino's Summer 2010 Capitano Jeff Clark

Soundtrack

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Safe Harbor 2009 TV Movie performer: "The Molly Marie"
Banda sonora 2008 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Hair 1979 performer: "Donna", "Manchester, England", "I'm Black", "I Got Life", "Hair", "Going Down", "Good Morning Starshine", "Flesh Failures Let the Sunshine In"

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Texan 1994 TV Short

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Bonds of Love 1993 TV Movie executive producer

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Prince of the City: The Real Story 2007 Video documentary short special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Today 1982-2016 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Simpsons 2012 TV Series Himself
Milos Forman, un outsider 2012 Documentary Himself
Close-Up 2007 TV Series Himself
Prince of the City: The Real Story 2007 Video documentary short Himself / Daniel Ciello
Entertainment Tonight 2006 TV Series Himself
Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show 2005 TV Series Himself - Guest
The View 2005 TV Series Himself - Guest
The 10th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2005 TV Movie documentary Himself
The 29th Annual People's Choice Awards 2003 TV Special Himself
Clean Flicks 2003 Documentary short Himself
Late Show with David Letterman 1996-2003 TV Series Himself - Guest
9th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2003 TV Special Himself
Behind the Music 2001 TV Series documentary Himself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1999 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Rosie O'Donnell Show 1999 TV Series Himself - Guest
The Directors 1997 TV Series documentary Himself
Cannes Man 1997 Himself
Showbiz Today 1995 TV Series Himself
The 16th Annual CableACE Awards 1994 TV Special Himself - Audience Member
Steven Spielberg: An American Cinematheque Tribute 1989 TV Movie Himself
Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood 1987 TV Special documentary Himself
Night of 100 Stars II 1985 TV Movie Himself
Great Performances 1983 TV Series Himself
Night of 100 Stars 1982 TV Special Himself
James Cagney: That Yankee Doodle Dandy 1981 TV Movie documentary Narrator
The 28th Annual Tony Awards 1974 TV Special Himself - Performer

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Intimate Portrait 2003 TV Series documentary Himself
The Making of '1941' 1996 Video documentary Himself / Cpl. Chuck 'Stretch' Sitarski

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2005 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Series, Drama Everwood (2002)
2005 Teen Choice Award Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Parental Units Everwood (2002)
2004 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Everwood (2002)
2003 DVD Premiere Award DVD Exclusive Awards Best Actor Gale Force (2002)
2003 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series Everwood (2002)
1997 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television The Late Shift (1996)
1996 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Miniseries or a Special The Late Shift (1996)
1994 Gold Hugo Chicago International Film Festival Best Short Film Texan (1994)
1988 ACE CableACE Awards Actor in a Movie or Miniseries J. Edgar Hoover (1987)
1986 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Male Lead Smooth Talk (1985)
1985 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television A Streetcar Named Desire (1984)
1982 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama Prince of the City (1981)
1981 Stinker Award The Stinkers Bad Movie Awards Worst Actor Prince of the City (1981)
1980 Golden Globe Golden Globes, USA New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture - Male Hair (1979)


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#Fact
1 Is left-handed.
2 Children: Son Gill Williams (b. 1992) and daughter Elinor Williams (b. 1998).
3 Graduated from Kent School, the same high school that Ted Danson, Peter Farrelly and Seth MacFarlane attended.
4 Was invited to join the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) in June 2004.
5 Andy Brown, Williams' character on Everwood (2002), was ranked #43 in TV Guide's list of the "50 Greatest TV Dads of All Time" [20 June 2004 issue].
6 Had a brief romance with Dana Delany.
7 In 2003, completed two weeks of training to qualify for flying jet engine planes.
8 Certified Flight Instructor, rated in single and multi-engine airplanes and helicopters.
9 The nickname "Treat" comes from one of his maternal relatives (though not a direct ancestor), Robert Treat Paine, whose signature appears on the Declaration of Independence. Through his mother, Treat is also the great-great-great-grandson of William Henry Barnum, a Senator from Connecticut (who served from 1876 to 1879).
10 Graduated from Franklin & Marshall College in 1973
11 Was a professional pilot for a year in the early 1980s.

#Quote
1 (2011, on filming Prince of the City) You know, I was very young, but it's an extraordinary journey into the dark side. I realized seeing it 30 years later, as difficult as it is to see myself learning my craft on film... It really was an American tragedy, watching this guy try and find his way back from being corrupt. But you can't go back. You cannot undo it. And by trying to undo it and control it, he brought down the entire Special Investigations unit, and the New York Police Department changed. It's really an extraordinary job on Sidney [Lumet's] part. It's a great study in the human condition. It's a big film. It's big emotionally. It's operatic. It's a great, great film, I think. I wish I'd had more experience and been a little older when I did it, but it's the best I could do at the time, and I'm very proud of it.
2 (2011, on filming The Phantom) Fun! You can see my teeth marks all over the screen. I chewed it up. But I had a blast. I mean, I don't think the film quite works, but I love Simon Wincer, the director, and Billy Zane was a lot of fun. The thing that was fun about that was that I'm a fan of the '30s screwball comedies and '30s-style acting, which was that balls-to-the-wall, all-American acting. It reminds me of the guy who starred in the original King Kong, where everybody's, like, "Say! We're gonna do this! Hey, let's take this bar and turn it into a theater!" You know? I always thought that Xander Drax was kind of like Clark Gable on acid. So I had a lot of fun with that. Again, I was given a lot of leeway, and I just had a blast, saying stuff like, "The skulls of Touganda!" All that stuff was so much fun. If I'm not having fun, I don't really want to do it.
3 (2011, on filming Things To Do In Denver When You're Dead) Probably one of the most iconic, interesting scripts. Scott [Rosenberg's] script, he created a new language that I just thought was amazing. And Gary Fleder, with whom I've remained very good friends, he's a wonderful director. Great guy. When I came in and said, "I think Critical Bill doesn't have a bathroom in the apartment, but he has to pee, so how about he pees in plastic bottles?" And someone said, "What if we have the plastic bottles lined up?" So everybody had these kind of weird, fun ideas, and then Andy [Garcia] started playing with the idea that the apartment smelled, so he's got the handkerchief through the whole scene. We just had a blast. It was a really fun, creative, open environment, and without Gary and Andy, I don't think Critical Bill would've come to life. But it really was one of my most fun roles. I'm really proud of that character. He was really fun to play. It's very difficult to make it work when someone's that far out on the edge of reality, but I think as a team we kind of pulled it off. And, I mean, look, you've got Andy, Christopher Walken, Jack Warden. Oh, man, Jack Warden. Who gets to work with Jack Warden? That was so cool. To have Jack Warden actually describing your character to the audience? That's one of the greatest honors I've ever had in film.
4 (2011, on filming Hair) Probably the greatest film experience of my life. You know, throw on a pair of jeans and a vest and walk out of my apartment, walk into Central Park, and start shooting. It was so cool. I mean, a lot of prep, a lot of hard work on the singing and the dancing and all, but once we had that down, we started working in the park, and it was just really, really fun. I loved John Savage and Beverly D'Angelo, and Milos Forman is one of the great filmmakers of all time. That was really an honor to be a part of.
5 (2011, on filming Deep Rising) Fun. Just fun. I loved that movie. Just six months of freezing cold water up in Vancouver, Canada. But a great cast, some of whom have become very big movie stars since then, and a wonderful director with a great mind, Stephen Sommers. Just a really terrific, great guy. Probably the most energetic director I've ever come across. I'm proud of that film! I think that film's fun. Unfortunately, it came out right on the heels of Titanic. Once you've seen one boat sink...


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