Treat Williams, star Everwood And Hair, He died after a motorcycle accident. He was 71 years old.
The player’s death was confirmed to PEOPLE on Monday evening by Barry McPherson, his manager of 15 years.
“He was killed this afternoon. He was turning left and right. [and] a car blocked it,” says McPherson. “I am devastated. He was the nicest man. He was very talented.”
“He was an actor’s actor. Filmmakers loved him. He’s been the heart of Hollywood since the late 1970s,” McPherson continues. “He was really proud of his performance this year. He was very happy with the job I got him. He’s had a well-balanced career.”
The 71-year-old actor’s long-running career dates back to 1975, when he made his debut in the thriller. Deadly Hero. From there, he went on to take on more film roles, including the 1976s. the ritz And eagle landed.
In 1979, Williams’ career reached a high point when he starred in the movie as George Berger. Hairwas based on the Broadway musical. The role ultimately earned him his first Golden Globe nomination for New Star of the Year – Actor.
With more than 120 credits to his name, Williams’ career spanned decades, appearing in movies and television shows like Steven Spielberg’s. 1941, Prince of the City, Blue Bloods and Chesapeake Shores.
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