One of the most versatile and accomplished actors of our time,
TREAT WILLIAMS (Finnegan) most recently won rave reviews
for his outstanding performance starring opposite Harrison Ford
and Brad Pitt in "The Devil's Own." Williams also won
an Emmy nomination for playing megaagent Mike Ovitz in HBO's
critically acclaimed "The Late Ship." Williams' other
recent films include
"Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead," "The
Phantom" and "Mulholland Falls." He is currently
shooting "The Deep End of the Ocean" costarring
with Michelle Pfeiffer and Whoopi Goldberg.
His first feature film starring role was as Merger" in Milos
Forman's landmark screen version of the musical "Hair."
Williams went on to appear in Steven Spielberg's "1941 "
and the comedy "Why Would I Lie?" before delivering
his unforgettable performance in Sidney Lumet's "Prince of
the City." Williams has since starred in such films as "The
Pursuit of D.B. Cooper," "Flashpoint," "Once
Upon a Time in America," "Smooth Talk" and "Handgun."
On television, Williams gained much acclaim for his indelible
portrayal of the legendary boxing champion in "Dempsey"
and as Stanley Kowalski in "A Streetcar Named Desire"
opposite AnnMargret. Williams also produced and starred
in the CBS telefilm "Bonds of Love" which won Best Film
at The Banff Film Festival, TNT's "Max & Helen,"
the NBC miniseries "Drug Wars: The Camarena Story" and
in Showtime's "J. Edgar Hoover," playing the title role.
His stage credits include "Grease," "Over Here,"
"Once in a Lifetime," and "The Pirates of Penzance"
on Broadway, and offBroadway in "Some Men Need Help"
and David Mamet's "Oleanna."
Williams made his directorial debut with "Texan," a
29-minute film written by David Mamet, which premiered at the
Telluride Film Festival. The film also won the Best Short Film
Award at the Ft. Lauderdale Film Festival and the New Director's
Award at the Aspen Short Film Festival.
Treat, his wife Pamela, and son Gill divide their time between
New York City and Vermont.
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