Treat Williams is an actor of film, television and theater, as well as an author of children's books who has a net worth of $4 million. Treat Williams has earned his net worth through his many films, such as A Streetcar Named Desire (1984),Till Death do us Part (1992),The Staircase Murders (2007), Beyond the Blackboard (2011) and many more. Williams has starred in more than seventy five films, as well as many appearances in television series such as Tales From the Crypt, Everwood, Brothers and Sisters and several others. He has also appeared on stage, as Danny Zuko, in the theater production of Grease, as a pirate in the production of The Pirates of Penzance and as Manuel in Captains Courageous the Musical, just to mention a few. His first acting role in films was in 1976 when he landed the part of Billings in "Deadly Hero." As well as his acting career, Williams has also become an author of children's books, his first being a story about air shows with easy to read words and vivid illustrations made for the three to seven age group. Treat Williams was born in Rowayton, Connecticut in 1951 to Marian and Richard Williams. His mother, Marian, was an antique dealer and his father, Richard was a corporate executive. Williams received his education at Kent School in Connecticut and Franklin and Marshall College. Williams and his wife Pam Van Sant live in Vermont with their two children Gill and Ellie. Treat Williams is a licensed pilot and is certified as a flight instructor.