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Treat Williams News





Treat Williams of 'White Collar': 'Eight-Page Monologues Explaining My Entire History with Neal' Are Challenging

January 23rd, 2013 11:00am EST
Treat Williams
White Collar resumed its fourth season last night on USA. The premiere started with Neal’s father (real name: James Bennett) telling his son what led to their family entering witness protection decades earlier.

Bennett is played by Treat Williams who recently participated in a conference call with reporters. Here are the highlights:

On what’s most difficult about playing his character. “Eight-page monologues explaining my entire history with Neal. There's a lot of long walks on country roads in Vermont let me tell you.”

On if he was in on the fact he was Neal’s father from the beginning....
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'White Collar': Treat Williams on Playing Neal Caffrey's Father

January 22nd, 2013 11:00pm EST
Treat Williams
Tonight White Collar fans finally got acquainted with Neal Caffrey's enigmatic father, James Bennett, played by Treat Williams. The actor knows a thing or two about playing TV dads, after taking on parental roles in projects like the WB series Everwood and the Hallmark Hall of Fame movie Front of the Class. He recently joined BFTV to talk about embodying Neal's long-lost parent.

He's no newcomer to the series - his first appearance on the show was in the season's seventh episode, "Compromising Positions," which aired in August. Tonight's episode was his fourth guest-star credit, and he spo...
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'Five Films' – In Memory Of Sidney Lumet

April 11th, 2011 10:51am EDT
Sidney Lumet photo
Sidney Lumet: 1924-2011: The movies have lost one of their magical masters. Dramatic wunderkind Director Sidney Lumet, who sadly died on Saturday April 9, 2011 at the age of 86 after suffering from lymphoma, was a classic old school filmmaker. Making interesting stories and the characters within his focus, Lumet was the maestro behind such work as "Network," "The Verdict" and "Dog Day Afternoon," with his films tallying an impressive thirty-six nominations and whopping thirty-three wins. And even though he never won an Oscar for his amazing directing (he got the 'Honorary Award' in 2005)...
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Horror/Comedies: A Growing Cult Phenomenon Of The Last 20 Years

October 21st, 2009 9:42am EDT
Fido
Over the last 20 years cinema has changed significantly with regards to the horror genre. Modern horror/comedies like "Zombieland" are able to thrive in theaters due to a fan base built by cult cinema.

During the late 1980s, jaded audiences grew tired of the standard monster movies and slasher flicks that were being done to death. As the era of Reagan conservatism came to a close, fans desensitized to the violence of horror films were looking for something to make blood and guts exciting again. Horror-philes had already whet their appetite for a different type of horror movie after se...
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NBC’s Summer Schedule Includes New Shows, Mini-Series & More

March 14th, 2009 10:28am EDT
Law & Order: Criminal Intent
NBC will serve up a sizzling menu of new and returning summer series - accented by all-new original scripted programming with the series premieres of "The Philanthropist," "Merlin" and "The Listener" – and paced by the new alternative series "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!" and "Great American Road Trip" plus the return of summer's top-rated "America's Got Talent."

In a bold scheduling move, "I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!," based on the international hit from Granada America, will debut as a two-hour television event on Monday, June 1 (8-10 p.m. ET) and will be stripped ...
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Slideshow: What Happened To The Cast Of 'Everwood?'

July 30th, 2008 8:45am EDT
Emily VanCamp
Life after "Everwood" has been kind to some actors who have had no problem finding work. Canceled before its time in 2006 after just four seasons, most of the actors have moved on to other projects (some more than others):

Treat Williams (Andrew Brown)

Treat appeared in several episodes of "Brothers & Sisters" and starred in the short-lived "Heartland." He also appeared in "What Happens in Vegas..." He's starring in the 2009 film "Jakes' Run."

-Treat Williams Pictures

Gregory Smith (Ephram Brown)

Gregory has appeared in a few films, including "Clos...
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TV Spotlight: 'Brothers & Sisters' Producer Greg Berlanti

February 29th, 2008 1:00pm EST
Brothers & Sisters
Dick Wolf, David E. Kelley, Shonda Rhimes and Joss Whedon have all done it. You may be wondering what IT is exactly. They've all at some time point created a spin-off or expanded their TV show into a franchise (see Law & Order). They've all done crossovers between their shows, if you count the backdoor Private Practice pilot on Grey's Anatomy last season.

But those crossovers would not have been possible if they didn't all share one common trait: all of them are showrunners who have, in recent memory, shepherded multiple television shows, sometimes across different channels.

The ...
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Treat Williams & Samaire Armstrong Star In Lifetime Original Movie 'The Staircase Murders'

March 3rd, 2007 9:00am EST
Treat Williams
Treat Williams, Samaire Armstrong and Kevin Pollak star in the Lifetime Original Movie, “The Staircase Murders,” a provocative drama based on the actual events of the famed murder case involving Michael Peterson, the novelist accused of killing his socialite wife in their North Carolina home.

Production is underway in Louisiana. Produced by Lionsgate, “The Staircase Murders” premieres Sunday, April 15, at 8 p.m. ET/PT, with a special encore airing on Monday, April 16, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, on Lifetime Television.

In “The Staircase Murders,” loving father, aspiring politician and succ...
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The WB Announces Mid-Season Changes: Adds 'Pepper Dennis,' Return Date for 'Everwood'

February 1st, 2006 12:29pm EST
The WB announced today that the star-studded one-hour romantic comedy “Pepper Dennis” will headline an exciting midseason lineup. The show will be joined by controversial midseason drama “The Bedford Diaries” and the highly anticipated return of acclaimed drama Everwood.

“Pepper Dennis,” which stars Rebecca Romijn as a television news reporter, will kick off on Tuesday, April 4 (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). The series, which also stars Josh Hopkins and Brooke Burns, will follow Tuesday-night hit comedy, Gilmore Girls, (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET). Regular encores of “Pepper Dennis” will air on Sundays...
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