Treat Williams died at the age of 71.

Treat Williams, the iconic actor known for his roles in “Everwood,” “Prince of the City,” and “Hair,” has tragically died. The talented actor, 71, was killed in a deadly motorcycle accident, according to his agent, Barry McPherson, in a heartbreaking disclosure.

According to McPherson’s statement, the accident happened when Williams was moving his motorcycle, and an unexpected turn by another motorist resulted in a deadly collision.

Everyone was devastated by the news of his death, and McPherson lamented, “I’m destroyed.” He was a wonderful person. He was pretty talented.”

Williams unquestionably left a lasting influence on the entertainment business over his four-decade career. Filmmakers adored him, and he had been at the center of the Hollywood scene since the late 1970s, always taking great care in his work.

One of his early breakthroughs was in the 1975 film “Deadly Hero,” which catapulted him into the spotlight. He dazzled audiences on television and in movies, notably in the critically praised “The Late Shift,” for which he received an Emmy nod, and in the stunning role in “A Streetcar Named Desire,” for which he received a Golden Globe nomination.

Only a few hours before the sad tragedy, Treat Williams came to Twitter to discuss his plans for mowing his property and a moving video of someone operating a tractor. Fans were caught off guard by his abrupt death, expressing their shock and sorrow.

“Two hours later, everything has changed,” one fan commented. The date of the day is never specific. RIP.” Another heartbroken fan wrote, “Today’s tweet suggested bottling the aroma of freshly cut grass…A well-lived life, indeed.”

Aside from his successful acting career, Williams had a solid attachment to the Vermont countryside. He treasured his time away from the spotlight, lovingly tending to his 200-year-old home with his adoring family.

He expressed his thanks for the lovely life he enjoyed in a poignant interview with Southern Living in 2020, gazing longingly upon the picturesque scenery while perched on the tractor.

His beloved wife, Pam Van Sant, and their two children, Gill and Elinor Williams, will cherish his memory. “Treat was full of love for his family, for his life, and for his craft, and was truly at the top of his game in all of it,” the family said in a moving statement shared with Deadline.

Although everything is heartbreaking, please know that Treat was adored and respected by his family and everyone he knew.”

The void left in entertainment and elsewhere by Treat Williams’ passing is priceless. His skill, generosity, and love of life will live on in the hearts of those who respected him, and his legacy will inspire future generations.

As we say goodbye to this excellent performer, we remember the life he led and the joy he offered to so many others.