Cindy Williams who starred in shows such as Laverne & Shirley, and Happy Days, and films like American Graffiti, and The Conversation has died. She left for the heavenly abode on January 25, 2023.
The unfortunate news of Williams’ demise was shared by her two children Emily and Zak Hudson via a statement released through Liza Cranis, their family spokesperson. They disclosed that Cindy died at the age of 75 after a brief illness.
Over the years, Cindy appeared in several films as well as shows. Now, the fans want to know how much money the actress was able to make through her work in films and television. Read on to know her net worth.
What was the net worth of Cindy Williams?
Celebrity Net Worth portal has reported that Cindy Williams was approximately worth a staggering $10 million at the time of her death. The American actress who was born in Los Angeles, California, U.S. started her career in the 1970s, appearing in commercials for Foster Grant sunglasses and TWA.
Then, Williams got small roles in television shows including Room 222, Nanny and the Professor, and Love, American Style. She was most noted for essaying the character of Shirley Feeney in the television sitcom Laverne & Shirley. She even won a Golden Globe nomination in 1978 for her role as Shirley.
In addition to this, Cindy starred in two Best Picture Oscar nominees and they are as follows: George Lucas’ American Graffiti, and Francis Ford Cappola’s The Conversation. In 1990, she was cast in the series Normal Life.
A couple of years later, Williams joined hands with the former Laverne & Shirley producers Thomas L. Miller and Robert L. Boyett to star in their family sitcom Getting By (1993–94). Along with this, she also starred in a few episodes of the show 8 Simple Rules.
Cindy’s extraordinary acting career spanned over 5 decades.
Celebs mourn the loss of Cindy Williams
Many celebs took to various social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram to express their grief at the unfortunate demise of the Hollywood actress Cindy Williams as the news of her passing broke.
Jamie Lee Curtis paid a heartfelt tribute to Williams on Instagram. “Cindy was AMAZING! Such a great, natural comedian. So wide open. Such a sad loss,” she wrote alongside a beautiful black and white snap of Cindy.
Cindy’s American Graffiti co-star Ron Howard took to his Twitter page and penned, “Her unpretentious intelligence, talent, wit & humanity impacted every character she created & person she worked with. We were paired as actors on 6 different projects. American Graffiti a couple of dramas & then Happy Days & Laverne and Shirley Lucky me. RIP, Cindy.”
The Wonder Woman actress Lynda Carter tweeted, “She never heard the word impossible. Thank you for all the laughter and treasured TV memories, Cindy.”
She never heard the word impossible. Thank you for all the laughter and treasured TV memories, Cindy. ❤️ pic.twitter.com/sgH06ntdrB
— Lynda Carter (@RealLyndaCarter) January 31, 2023
Yvette Nicole Brown wrote, “I hate this so much. I just hate it! Oh how I loved Cindy Williams. When I was blessed to meet her on the set of The Odd Couple she was as lovely as I always imagined she’d be.”
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