Treat Williams, 71
With his good looks and those unmistakable bushy eyebrows, Williams (no relation to Cindy Williams) was a fixture in movies and TV since his breakout role in 1979 as George Berger in the big screen adaptation of the hit musical “Hair.”
That followed with roles in the Sergio Leone classic “Once Upon a Time in America,” Sidney Lumet’s “Prince of the City,” and a blink-and-you-missed-it role in “Empire Strikes Back.”
Since then he’s known best for playing Dr. Andrew Brown in the early 2000s The WB series “Everwood.”
Regardless if it was on the big or small screen, Williams always brought the highest skill to a role, which is what made him dependable for years and years.
Williams died on June 12 following a motorcycle crash in Vermont.