The Total Tutor Neil Haley will interview Treat Williams of Hallmark Channel’s Chesapeake Shores.
TREAT WILLIAMS (Mick O’Brien) – Treat Williams began his professional career as an understudy in “Grease” on Broadway. After his 1976 film debut in Deadly Hero, he returned to Broadway and “Grease,” this time in the starring role. Spotted on stage by film director Milos Forman, he was cast in Forman’s Hair, for which he earned a Golden Globe® Award nomination. Over the course of his career, he has appeared in over 75 films, along with a number of critically acclaimed roles on television. Some highlights from Williams’s expansive career include roles in Steven Spielberg’s 1941, a Golden Globe Award®-nominated performance in Sidney Lumet’s Prince of the City, Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in America and Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours.
ABOUT ‘CHESAPEAKE SHORES’
The multi-generational family drama of “Chesapeake Shores” follows Abby O’Brien (Meghan Ory), a high-powered career woman, divorcee and mother of two young daughters (Kayden and Abbie Magnuson), who makes a trip from New York City to her hometown of Chesapeake Shores. Her visit home brings Abby face to face with her past, including her high school sweetheart Trace (Jesse Metcalfe), her uncompromising father Mick (Treat Williams) and her esteemed grandmother Nell (Diane Ladd). Abby realizes the toll her career has taken on her ability to be a hands-on mother to her daughters, and considers a permanent move to Chesapeake Shores.