Cynthia Jane Williams was an American actress and producer known for her famous role as Shirley Feeney on the television sitcom Happy Days. Also, she appeared in American Graffiti 1973 and The conversation 1974. She married Bill Hudson from the musical trio Husdon Brothers in 1982. The marriage ended in 200o through a divorce. Together they have two children. Cindy was a catholic. Also, she wrote and acted in her childhood at a church and later acted at Birmingham High School. Williams graduated in 1965. She attended Los Angeles City College as a theatre major.
Cindy William’s Cause of Death
The beloved actress widely known to everyone as one of that half 1970s TV show Laverne and Shirley, Cindy Williams, passed away at age 75. She was best known to American audiences for her brilliant work in famous tv shows. Her passing was reported on Monday evening, a statement released by her family.
Later it was confirmed that she passed away last Wednesday. The statement released on behalf of her children, Zak and Emily Husdon, read the part, “the passing of our kind, hilarious mother, Cindy Williams, has brought us insurmountable sadness that could never truly be expressed”.
She was brought to international fame after her work in American Graffiti by George Lucas in 1973. Also, she has been awarded for many films that helped her gain popularity. Furthermore, auditioning for her part as Princess Leia in Star wars, she met Marshall’s brother, producer Gary marshall.
Cindy William’s Career life
After college life, she began her professional career by landing national commercials. The commercials included Foster Grant sunglasses and TWA. Likewise, her first television roles were Room 222, Nanny and The professor and Love, American Style. Also, she accompanied an actor friend from Los Angeles city college who needed a scene partner for the audition.
Also, Williams has done most of the roles as the main character in every film she has done. Furthermore, she gave auditions for many films, including star wars, but Carrie Fisher played the role. Later William met Penny Marshall first on a double date and later at Francis Ford Coppola’s zoetrap company.
In 1975 William was casted as a fun loving brewery bottle capper, Shirley Feeney in an episode of Happy days. Also, in 1990 Williams returned to TV in short lived sicom normal life. And couple years later she reunited with former Laverne and Shirley producers.