Cindy Williams Cause of death
Cynthia Williams was an American actress and producer, known for her role as Shirley Feeney on the television sitcom Happy Days, and Laverne & Shirley. She also appeared in American Graffiti and The Conversation.
Williams wrote and acted during childhood at a church and later acted at Birmingham High School, graduating in 1965. She attended Los Angeles City College with a theater major.
After college, Williams began her professional career by landing national commercials, which included Foster Grant sunglasses and TWA.
Who was Cindy Williams’s Husband?
Williams was married to Bill Hudson of the musical trio Hudson Brothers in 1982. The marriage ended in divorce in 2000.
Together they have two children: a daughter, Emily, and a son, Zachary. Williams was a Catholic.
Did Cindy Williams have kids?
Cindy had two children, Emily Hudson, and Zachary Hudson.
How old was Cindy Williams?
Cindy Williams was born on August 22, 1947, in Los Angeles, California, United States. She was 75 years old.
What was Cindy Williams’s cause of death?
Williams had a long show business career, also appearing in movies including George Lucas’s 1973 film American Graffiti.
She died peacefully last week after a brief illness, according to the statement from her children.
Emily and Zak Hudson called their mother “kind and hilarious”.
Her death “has brought us insurmountable sadness that could never truly be expressed”, they said in a statement on Monday that was shared by family spokesperson Liza Cranis.
“Knowing and loving her has been our joy and privilege. She was one of a kind, beautiful, generous and possessed a brilliant sense of humour and a glittering spirit that everyone loved.”
Her two children said their mother was dedicated to rescuing animals, her faith, and making the world laugh.