The terrible death of actor Treat Williams, 71, from “Everwood” happened on June 12. The actor perished in a horrible motorcycle accident in Vermont, claims TMZ. According to the authorities, Williams was struck by a Honda SUV driver who was turning left into a parking lot. Williams was reportedly riding a motorcycle at the time. The actor was flown to a local hospital where doctors eventually declared him dead.
Pam Van Sant, Williams’ wife, and their two daughters, Gill and Elinor, are mourning. Williams’ family confirmed his passing in a statement to Deadline, saying, “It is with great regret that we report that our beloved Treat Williams passed away tonight in Dorset, Vermont after a terrible motorcycle accident…” Treat was absolutely at the top of his game in everything, and he was full of love for his family, his life, and his trade. His abrupt demise shocked the family, who begged for privacy at this time in order to grieve.
The actor from “Deep Rising” will always be regarded as a towering talent in the entertainment world. His untimely death shocked everyone, and his admirers, friends, and family are all mourning the loss of a unique man. It’s even more tragic because Williams had recently uploaded an Instagram post, only hours before he passed away.
Even though he was posting on Instagram just hours before he passed away, Treat William’s death came on very suddenly. The “Everwood” star was active on social media and frequently posted updates about his daily activities. According to Wide Open Country, Williams made two Instagram posts on the day of his passing that detailed his time in Vermont, which he and his family called home.
Williams showcased his Vermont property’s stunning surroundings in one of his posts. The actor appeared to be taking a beautiful photo while seated on a lawnmower. “There is no better smell than new-mown hay,” he wrote as the photo’s caption. Williams was all about taking advantage of life’s basic pleasures, and his Vermont home was undoubtedly one of them.
The actor’s next post, which was published hours before his untimely death, once more highlighted his magnificent Vermont home. Williams chose to post a video of the surrounding barn and rolling hills of lush, green grass this time. Additionally, he included a photo of a person harvesting hay with the phrase “Hay Day.”
Williams was having a wonderful day at home, blissfully unaware of the catastrophe that lay ahead. Since his departure, condolences to the actor have inundated the posts’ comments sections. “You were sharing your beautiful home with us 5 hours ago, and now we have lost you,” one user remarked. “Love to all of your loved ones. Godspeed.”
Treat Williams posted a final tweet before his death
On social media, Treat Williams was a vulnerable guy. The “Hair” star loves posting about his life on social media, whether it be Instagram or Twitter. Williams even posted two farewell posts on Twitter hours before his sad death, just like he did on Instagram. In both of his tweets, which were similar to his Instagram posts, he offered images of his breathtaking Vermont scenery and videos of people gathering hay. But this time, the actor added the caption, “What a real Vermonter does.”