“Deep Sea Intercepting the Monster”, which has almost become a masterpiece of B-level action entertainment movies, has been broadcast repeatedly on Taiwan’s overseas movie channels. Viewers have seen countless viewers. accident, he died at the age of 71 after being sent to a New York hospital in a car.
Treat Williams entered showbiz in the mid-1970s. A few years later, he became one of the leading roles in the hippie musical “Hair” directed by the famous director of “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. Although he did not do so. After winning the Golden Globe Award for Best New Actor that year, he was able to play an officer in the war comedy “1941” directed by Steven Spielberg. In 1982, he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Drama for his adaptation of “Prince of the City”, which was adapted from true events. Entering the shortlist of Oscar winners, the performing arts market will gradually shrink, and key roles in heavyweight blockbusters are difficult to obtain.
In “Intercepting the Sea Monster in the Deep Sea”, he plays the captain of a speedboat, and the crew are hired to rob a luxury cruise ship, but they face the threat of a sea monster. are, and they live on after going through life and death. Although the film isn’t a big-budget production, and the actors aren’t A-list stars, the entertainment isn’t too bad. It is representative of commercial films popular on overseas movie channels, and is also Treat Williams’ most familiar work to Taiwanese audiences. Entering the 21st century, Treat Williams won the love of many young movie fans for playing his father in the TV series “Snowy Mountain Town”.
According to Tritter’s longtime manager Barry McPherson, he was struck by a car trying to turn onto Vermont State Highway 30 while riding his motorcycle across the street. Although he was quickly taken to the hospital, he returned home. car. Barry said sadly: “It’s heartbreaking. He’s the nicest person and so talented. He’s so well respected by his fellow actors and directors. He has so much respect for himself. I love this year I’m very proud of K’s show, and I’ve always been very happy with the work I’ve helped her do, and her career performance is very balanced.”
Tritter, who worked with Kim Catlow and other well-meaning colleagues, posted condolences on social networking sites and expressed his condolences to his family, reflecting on the love he has received among his peers.
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