A Life in Film

Treat Williams

Treat Williams is an American actor who has appeared in over 100 films and television shows.

He is best known for his roles in films such as Hair, The Deep and August: Osage County.

Williams was born in 1951 in Rotten, Connecticut. He studied acting at Franklin and Marshall College and the American Conservatory Theatre.

Williams made his Broadway debut with the musical Grease in 1973.

He went on to appear in a number of additional Broadway shows, including The Glass Menagerie and The Elephant Man.

Williams' breakout role came in the 1979 musical film Hair.

He played Berger, a man struggling with his sexuality and his place in the world.

Williams is also a talented musician. He has released several albums and tours with his band.