Cindy Williams

Cindy Williams' Death

Born (Birthday) August 22, 1947

Death Date January 25, 2023

Age of Death 75 years

Cause of Death N/A

Place of Death Los Angeles, California, United States

Profession Author

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Biography - A Short Wiki

Cindy Williams is an American actress. She is best known for her portrayal of Shirley Feeney on the sitcom Laverne & Shirley. She also played Laurie Henderson in George Lucas’s American Graffiti (1973). Her memoir Shirley, I Jest! (co-written with Dave Smitherman) was published in 2015. Born Cynthia Jane Williams on August 22, 1947 in Van Nuys, California, to Francesca Bellini and Beachard Williams, she has a sister, Carol Ann Williams. She graduated in 1965 from Birmingham High School in Van Nuys, CA. Financier Michael Milken, actress Sally Field, and talent agent Michael Ovitz were her classmates. She also attended Los Angeles City College, where she majored in theatre arts. Cindy began her professional career appearing commercials, which included Foster Grant sunglasses and TWA. She was married to Bill Hudson from 1982 to 2000. They have two children: a daughter named Emily and a son named Zachary.

Personal Life

Personal Life: From 1982 to 2000, Williams was wed to musician and actor Bill Hudson, of the musical trio the Hudson Brothers. They had two children, daughter Emily and son Zachary. Bill’s daughter from his previous marriage to Goldie Hawn is actress Kate Hudson.

How did Cindy Williams die?

Cindy Williams, the actress known for her role as Shirley Feeney on the sitcoms “Happy Days” and “Laverne & Shirley,” has died. She was 75. According to a statement from family spokesperson Liza Cranis, Williams “passed away peacefully after a short illness on Wednesday, January 25th in Los Angeles.”



"Growing up in the country, you're left to the wilds of your imagination."

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"Sometimes I light incense and a candle. It's so peaceful and quiet. The steadiness of the energy and the reliability of the warmth have a calming effect."

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"I remember being alone a lot as a child, and I still love to be alone."

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"Part of me wants to be married and have everybody around the table for Christmas. But when you're married, your life becomes integrated solely with that person. There are too many characters running around inside me. Maybe they should all be married to somebody different."

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