Treat Williams is a Hollywood actor whose career spans decades. Debuting in the 1975 film Deadly Hero, he soon gained recognition for starring in 1979’s Hair, earning him a nomination for the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actor. In 1981, he starred in the movie Prince of the City, earning him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actor.
Williams achieved greater popularity in the 2000s when he starred as Dr. Andrew ‘Andy’ Brown in the TV drama Everwood. He also had roles in such films as Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous and What Happens in Vegas.
In the following decade, the actor had recurring parts in the TV shows White Collar and Chicago Fire, the latter of which he played Benny Severide. He then starred as Col. Stephen Glen in NBC’s American Odyssey and Mick O’Brien in Hallmark’s Chesapeake Shores. To add, Williams was also known for his role as Lenny Ross in Blue Bloods.