Treat Williams Against the WallTreat Williams has been working as an actor for over 30 years. He began his career in musical comedy on Broadway as an understudy in "Grease," eventually taking over the lead role of Danny Zuko. Williams’ first important film role was Berger in "Hair." His other films have included "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", "Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead," "The Phantom," "The Deep End of the Ocean," "The Devil’s Own," "What Happens in Vegas," "Howl," "127 Hours" and the soon-to-be-released "A Little Bit of Heaven" and "Blackbird."

Williams’ Broadway credits include "Grease," "Over Here," "Once in a Lifetime," "Love Letters," "Pirates of Penzance" and Steven Sondheim’s "Follies." Off Broadway, he has performed in "Bus Stop," "Some Men Need Help," David Mamet’s "Oleanna" and "Captains Courageous."

Williams’ television credits include "A Streetcar Named Desire," "J. Edgar Hoover," "Dempsey," "The Late Shift," the Lifetime Original Movie "The Staircase Murders" and "Max and Helen," to name a few. 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. He has been nominated for four Golden Globe® Awards, an Emmy® and has won two Theatre Guild Awards. Williams directed the short film, "Texan," written by David Mamet, for which he won awards for Best Film at three film festivals.

A pilot with over 8,000 hours in the cockpit, Williams has been flying airplanes and helicopters for more than 30 years. His first children’s book, "Airshow" is available in bookstores.

Born in Connecticut, Williams currently lives in the mountains of Utah with his wife and two children.