How well do you know the onscreen career of Cindy Williams?

From her bigger roles to obscure appearances, think you know the career of the late, great Cindy Williams?

The career of Cindy Williams will continue to live on in the classic television world, long after her passing at the age of 75.

From a handful of appearances in Happy Days to her own spin-off with Penny Marshall, Laverne & Shirley

Williams was no stranger to the big screen either, with several notable movie credits to her name. 

Do you know these trivia questions surrounding the onscreen career of Cindy Williams?

  1. In the 1973 movie American Graffiti, Williams starred alongside Ron Howard's character of Steve Bolander. What was her character's name in the film?
  2. In what movie was Cindy Williams' character named Ann?
  3. During Happy Days and Laverne & Shirley, Williams played the legendary character of Shirley Feeney. What was Shirley Feeney's middle name?
  4. Did Cindy Williams ever make an appearance on Matlock?
  5. What about an episode of the Perry Mason TV series (1957)?
  6. How many episodes of Happy Days was Cindy Williams in?
  7. Was Cindy Williams in every episode of Laverne & Shirley?
  8. Pick the one movie Cindy Williams was NOT in.
  9. True or False: Cindy Williams was never on The Love Boat.
  10. Of the shows below, which did Cindy Williams NOT have a recurring role?

How well do you know the onscreen career of Cindy Williams?

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RobertK 7 months ago
7 of 10. She'll always be Shirley Feeney to me! Never noticed Wilhelmina as her middle name. I just probably didn't pay much attention to that detail. I always heard my middle name when I was in trouble!
Coldnorth RobertK 6 months ago
Laverne yelled it out of their window when they were arguing. That was the only time I remember anyone saying it
Coldnorth RobertK 6 months ago
My son always say when he was a kid, if I used his full first name (example: Michael instead of Mike”he was in small trouble, if I used his middle name too, he was in worse trouble, when I used his full name, he knew a grounding was coming
RobertK Coldnorth 6 months ago
Yup, that seems to be the pattern! In my case, my full name is Robert, but to my family and close friends I'm Rob or Robbie, at work it has always been Bob, and formally, Robert. When I would answer the phone or look at my mail, I generally have an idea what it may be about, depending on which name they would ask for!
DanDolgin 8 months ago
6/10 and I'm a fan of Cindy Williams, but I'm not familiar with her on other shows or movies except American Graffiti, Happy Days, Cannon, and a Hallmark Christmas movie from much later in 2015.
dodgebob 8 months ago
5/10, story of my TV watching life.
Geronimo 8 months ago
All guesses, got lucky
TSeym22 8 months ago
7/10 Pretty much guessed on every question.
ReneDelgado 8 months ago
8 out of 10, in more happy days episodes than I thought
ltwjtw61 8 months ago
Was Cindy Williams ever on Love American Style ?
ltwjtw61 8 months ago
Speaking of Happy Days, is MeTV ever going to bring back Happy Days
JDWJDW2 8 months ago
The first time I saw Cindy Williams was in American Graffiti in 1973. I enjoyed the movie. A few years later, Happy Days started and Lavern and Shirley was spun off of of that. My stepsister was a fan of Lavern and Shirley and I became a fan later. I liked the show and really thought that Cindy Williams was so freaking cute. Nearly 50 years later, i still enjoy her work and i still find her so very attractive.
FLETCH JDWJDW2 8 months ago
She was a very attractive woman for sure. I had a crush on her back in the day
lbwilmoth 8 months ago
I was in Jr high when L+S first aired. I always had a crush on Cindy Williams! She was an absolute cutie on top of being hilarious. Laverne and Shirley's first few seasons are absolute classics! Definitely some of the funniest television back then.
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