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TREAT WILLIAMS has been nominated for four Golden Globe Awards, an Emmy, and has won two Theatre Guild Awards. He began his career on Broadway as Danny Zuko in Grease, and first won the hearts of film audiences as Berger in the film version of Hair.

He will next be seen in Reaching For The Moon with Miranda Otto. Most recently, he played James Franco's father in the Academy Award-nominated film 127 Hours, and appeared alongside Eric Bana and Sissy Spacek in Deadfall. Other notable film work includes The Ritz, The Eagle Has Landed, Prince of the City, 1941, Smooth Talk (which won first prize at the Sundance Film Festival), Once Upon A Time in America, Woody Allen's Hollywood Ending, Deep Rising, The Outrageous Critical Bill in Things to do in Denver When You're Dead, The Phantom, Deep End of the Ocean, The Devils Own, What Happens In Vegas and Howl.

On television, Treat can currently be seen in a recurring arc on NBC's hit show Chicago Fire. For four seasons he starred as Dr. Andy Brown in the critically acclaimed series Everwood for which he was twice nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award as Best Actor. Other television credits include A Streetcar Named Desire, Hoover, Dempsey, The Late Shift, Max and Helen, Law & Order: SVU, White Collar, Hawaii 5-0, and The Simpsons, as himself.

Treat has appeared in multiple Broadway productions such as Over Here, Once in a Lifetime, Love Letters, Pirates of Penzance, and Steven Sondheim's Follies (Theatre Guild Award).

Treat has also experienced success as a director, as his short film Texan, by David Mamet, was awarded best film at three film festivals.

A pilot with over ten thousand hours in the cockpit, Mr. Williams has been flying airplanes and helicopters of all shapes and sizes for over 30 years. He currently lives in Vermont with his wife and two children. A pilot with over forty years in the cockpit, he was recently honored as a Living Legend of Aviation, joining Buzz Aldren, Sully Sullenberger, John Travolta, and Harrison Ford as a recipient.

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