Actor Treat Williams, star of ‘Hair’ and ‘Everwood’, is killed in a motorcycle crash

Actor Treat Williams, known for his roles in ‘Hair’ and ‘Everwood’, died in a motorcycle crash at the age of 71.

Details of the crash: Williams collided with a Honda SUV in Dorset, Vermont, and was airlifted to Albany Medical Center in New York, where he was pronounced dead.
* Williams was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident.
* The SUV driver sustained minor injuries and was not immediately detained.

Career highlights: Williams appeared in more than 120 TV and film roles, including ‘The Eagle Has Landed’, ‘Prince of the City’, and ‘Once Upon a Time in America’.
* He also starred in Broadway shows like ‘Grease’ and ‘Pirates of Penzance’.

Reactions to his passing: Colleagues and friends have praised Williams as kind, generous, and creative, with several expressing their devastation at the news of his death.

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