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L.A. native Cindy Williams began acting almost immediately after graduating from Los Angeles City College in the late '60s. She turned up on "Room 222," "Nanny and the Professor" in addition to a handful of B-flicks before her breakthrough performance in the classic "American Graffiti." When her film career didn't take off as quickly as anticipated, Williams accepted the role of the daffy Shirley Feeney, a role she will always be identified with. While appearing on "Laverne & Shirley," Williams also appeared in a number of other productions including the well-received TV movie "Suddenly Love" and "More American Graffiti."
She has since acted in more than a dozen TV movies and theatrical releases like "Bingo" and appeared recently in a series of commercials for Jenny Craig's weight loss clinics. She is married to Bill Hudson (of the Hudson Brothers) and together they have a production company that has been responsible for the "Father of the Bride" movies.