This video includes ten of Treat’s best roles over his long and wonderful career. I’ve also included a small tribute to him at the end. Please listen to Treat from his performance as George Berger in HAIR, and from his role of Andy Brown from EVERWOOD.
Category: TREAT WILLIAMS
These were really hard to add to the gallery. The title was equally hard to type. It’s still so unreal he’s gone, and my heart once again goes out to Pam, Ellie, Gil, Woody, and Nash. I want it to all be a very bad dream and we’ll all wake up and it will not have been so.
A few images from 1987 of Treat attending the Festival du Film Fantastique d’Avoriaz in France in January 1987. He looks so handsome here. Please enjoy.
Where to start? At the beginning is a good place. So you’re probably wondering where we went. Here one day, suddenly gone the next. Here it is in a nutshell. Back in October of 2022, my host was basically absent. Absent to the point they weren’t answering any emails, support tickets, nothing. There were also issues with one of their servers in that it wasn’t working at all. I had a couple of other sites on that server, and they were frequently glitching and disconnecting due to the server becoming unstable. A while back my host installed a plugin that was supposed to handle support tickets and other automated issues. This did work for a while and the host was doing a great job in getting back to their clients. Before that support tickets went to spam folders. Then after a while were systematically deleted with the host never having seen any of them. Back to the issue of the unstable server. I had decided since the server wasn’t displaying my sites I was going to move to another more reliable host. After finding one, I began hollowing out the server and finally deleting the account there.
For some time I was receiving error logs from the server to my email telling me what was happening on various days, and I didn’t understand why I was still getting these from this account as I’d already moved to another host. Logging back into my client dashboard, I found out that account was still active and the account I had this site for Treat attached to, was gone. When I tried logging in to the site’s file directory, there was nothing I could do to get in. I went to another site on that server and found it gone. Subsequently I found all the sites totaling six in all were gone. Sites I’d been working on and building since 2015. After trying again to contact the host, I was finally able to find out when they deactivated the plugin to once again allow tickets and other services to begin again, it had mistakenly flagged this account, not the other, for deletion. I had partial back ups of those other sites, but not one on this one. This meant this site was completely gone. I had nothing. After hanging my head and battling a form of depression, I began the arduous task of recreating and rebuilding this site from scratch. It’s been a difficult thing to do as I wanted where I could, to be able to reconnect it to the posts I’d made on my various social media places. What you see here is a brand new version of the site. For the most part I had to consult cached copies of the site to recreate the posts, pages, and photos. It took a while, but against all odds, we’re back.
At the point back in early June when I was trying to get this site back up, I had no idea the tragedy about to befall The Williams Family. When I found out through Twitter/X that Treat had been involved in a motorcycle accident that caused his death, I was unsure as to where to go from there. I did try to get what was originally up before the deletion always with a heavy heart as to whether I was making a mistake. I’m still not sure what’s going to happen. I’m not sure whether to continue the site, or take it down. One thing I do not want to do is cause Treat’s family, Pam, his wife, and children, Ellie and Gill, any emotional harm, or go against their wishes as to whether they even want me to continue. I’m so unsure at this point. For now, the site is back up and available for you, his fans, to peruse what is on the site and what is up in the gallery. This is it, for now. All I’m going to ask is that you keep Treat’s family in your thoughts until I decide what I’m going to be doing going forward.