Birth Place:Rowayton, Connecticut, United States
Full Name:Richard Treat Williams
Date of Birth:December 1, 1951
About Richard Treat Williams
Treat was born in Connecticut and is the son of an antiques dealer and a corporate executive. He graduated from the Kent School in Connecticut. During his adolescent days, he was popularly and affectionately referred as Sweet Treat and Big Meat Treat. They were more popularly used when he was featured in the 1980 edition of “Playgirl”.
His wealth and fame is the result of working in many films and TV project, other than writing novels for children. His debut film appearance was in the 1976 thriller movie “Deadly Hero”. People started recognising him when he starred in the movie “Hair”. Since then, Treat has appeared in over 75 films and many TV shows including Once Upon a Time in America, Deep Rising, Dead Heat and Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead. He has also worked as the Director and has won two awards for his directorial skills in the movie “Texan”.
His career also includes many stage performances. Treat received the Drama League Award for his two Broadway productions. He is popularly known as Dr. Brown for the show “Everwood”, even though it never received great ratings. Burt Williams was able to still get critical appreciation and a huge fan following. He has also written a book for kids titled “Air Show”, where his main target audience was children between 3-7 years.
Williams lives with his wife and two children in Vermont, they also have a home in New York City.
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