Cindy Williams Net Worth 2023 Early Life & Acting Career

Cindy Williams, was among the most popular celebrities in the the USA early in the 1970s and 1980s. The legendary American Graffiti and the award-winning Laverne & Shirley are among the films and TV shows in which she has starred. With a lengthy career in Hollywood and impressive wealth, she has amassed a significant fortune and net worth. If you are here to know Cindy Williams net worth 2023, and other interesting details about her early life and successful career, then keep reading this article.

Cindy Williams Net Worth 2023

Cindy Williams led a luxurious lifestyle as a talented and successful actor. According to news reports, Cindy Williams may have had a net worth of $10 million when she died. She earned most of her income from commercials, which were the starting point of her career.

Her acting and modeling careers contributed greatly to this net worth. Cindy Williams’s main income source was acting. According to estimates, her average salary was around $1 million.

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Net Worth

$10 million

Average salary

$1 million

Source of income

TV Actress, commercials


Cindy Williams Wiki:

Full name

Cynthia Jane Williams

Nick name

Cindy Williams

Total net worth

$10 million

Date of Birth

August 22, 1947

Birth place

Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California, United States


1.63 m


Film, TV actress


Los Angeles City College, Birmingham High School




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Francesca Bellini, Beachard Williams,


Carol Ann Williams

Who was Cindy Williams?

Cindy Williams was a successful American actress more like a backbone of US film industry. At the age of 75, Cindy Williams passed away on January 25, 2023. Her best-known role was that of Shirley Feeney on the ABC sitcom “Happy Days,” and on its spinoff, Laverne & Shirley. As well as working on short-lived sitcoms such as “Normal Life” and “Getting By,” she has appeared in numerous television films.

Cindy Williams Net Worth

Cindy Williams Early life

On August 22, 1947, Cindy Williams was born in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, California. She has one sister, Carol Ann, and is the daughter of Francesca, a waitress, and Beachard, an electronic technician. When she was a year old, her family moved to Dallas, Texas, and when she was 10 years old, they returned to Los Angeles.

In her youth, Cynthia Jane Williams wrote and performed at church, and after graduating from Birmingham High School in 1965, she continued to act. Her love for acting began at an early age while studying theater at Los Angeles City College, where she continued to pursue it throughout her career. After landing national commercials for Foster Grant sunglasses and TWA, she started her professional career.

Cindy Williams Height and Weight

She weighs around 50 kilograms and measures 5 feet 4 inches (163 cm) in height. It is unknown if these measurements are accurate, since she didn’t made her personal information public.

Cindy Williams’s acting career

In 1969, Cynthia Jane Williams appeared in three episodes of the ABC comedy-drama Room 222 as Rhoda Zagor/Rita Zagor. She continued to act in TV shows including Happy Days and Petrocelli, My World and Welcome to It, Nanny and the Professor, Barefoot in the Park, The Funny Side, Hawaii Five-0, Getting Together, Love, Police Story, Cannon, Insight, and American Style.

Then, she became known for her role as Shirley Feeney on Laverne & Shirley, a sitcom on ABC.

Garry Marshall, Lowell Ganz, and Mark Rothman made it as a spin-off from Happy Days. From 1976 to 1983, the series aired 178 episodes over 8 seasons.

Penny Marshall’s brother created the characters of Laverne and Shirley for Happy Days, but soon they were given their own series. Shotz Brewery in Milwaukee was the setting for the show, which focused on the lives of two low-class workers there. In the 1975-76 season, the show finished as the third most watched primetime series.

Williams’ breakthrough performance was in George Cukor’s 1972 comedy, “Travels with My Aunt,” in which she played a young American hippie on the Orient Express. The following year, she had a huge role in “American Graffiti,” which starred Ron Howard and was directed by George Lucas. Her performance in this film earned her a British Academy Film Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress.