Blue Bloods Actor Treat Williams Passes Away in Fatal Motorcycle Accident on June 12
After being airlifted to Albany Medical Center in New York, Treat Williams succumbed to his injuries. Authorities reported that the incident occurred when a 2008 Honda SUV collided with the actor, as the driver failed to notice him while making a left turn into a parking lot.
“He tragically lost his life this afternoon. While making a turn, another vehicle abruptly cut him off,” shared Barry McPherson, Treat Williams’ agent for 15 years, in a statement to People. “I’m absolutely devastated. Treat was an incredibly kind-hearted individual and an exceptionally talented actor.”
McPherson continued, “He was a true actor’s actor, admired by filmmakers throughout his career that spanned from the late 1970s. He took immense pride in his recent performances and was thrilled with the projects I secured for him. He achieved a remarkable balance in his career.”
Colleagues of Williams expressed their heartfelt tributes and deep sorrow at his untimely passing. Having appeared in six episodes of Blue Bloods over the years, he worked alongside his close friend Tom Selleck and Bridget Moynahan.
Selleck reflected, “It is often said that our time here is fleeting, and Treat truly made the most of his time in the chair. He lived up to his name and left an indelible mark. I will deeply miss him, but his memory will forever remain. Farewell, my dear friend.”
Moynahan fondly remembered her late co-star as an “absolute joy” and an “exemplary role model off-camera. His unwavering love and dedication to his family were truly admirable. We bid farewell to an exceptional individual. Rest in peace, Treat.”
Over the course of his career, Williams graced both the silver screen and television, leaving his mark on notable productions such as the film adaptation of the acclaimed Broadway musical Hair, Prince of the City, Smooth Talk, Mulholland Falls, and 127 Hours. He also made memorable appearances in White Collar and Chicago Fire.
May his soul find eternal peace.