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Get the latest from TIDDAG Sign up for our newsletter SUBSCRIBE Dec. 19, 2018 / 1:28 PM GMT/ Source: TODAY At Randee Dawn Cindy Williams, who played as Shirley opposite Penny Marshall's Laverne at "Laverne & Shirley, "has issued a sincere statement about her fellow star's death, who died at the age of 75 on Monday. "Laverne & Shirley" with stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams in Burbank, California 2012 Getty Images "What an extraordinary loss. My good friend, Penny Marshall is gone – one in a million" said She is today in the statement, which is one of many from Marshall's comrades and friends. "Very unique, a really good talent. And, okay, what fun we had! Can not describe how I will miss her." Williams, 71, and Marshall made an amazing team on the "Happy Days" spinoff sitcom, which ran from 1976-83. She played a more serious, broad-eyed character, along with more cynical laves, and the two were comedy gold. Over the years, we watched they danced down on a Milwaukee Street-singer "Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated", hanging out with his friends Lenny and Squiggy, and came into all sorts of single scratches. A 1978 publication from "Laverne" & Shirley. " Alamy Stock Photo But" Happy Days: Paramount Televisions Classic Sitcoms, 1974-1984 "wrote author Marley Brant that Williams early thought her character became small and went away from the set. She told the TV Guide 1977 that Laverne's character got all the attention. Clearly it was resolved, but eventually Williams…

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Cindy Williams, who played as Shirley opposite Penny Marshall’s Laverne at “Laverne & Shirley, “has issued a sincere statement about her fellow star’s death, who died at the age of 75 on Monday.

“Laverne & Shirley” with stars Penny Marshall and Cindy Williams in Burbank, California 2012 Getty Images

“What an extraordinary loss. My good friend, Penny Marshall is gone – one in a million” said She is today in the statement, which is one of many from Marshall’s comrades and friends. “Very unique, a really good talent. And, okay, what fun we had! Can not describe how I will miss her.”

Williams, 71, and Marshall made an amazing team on the “Happy Days” spinoff sitcom, which ran from 1976-83. She played a more serious, broad-eyed character, along with more cynical laves, and the two were comedy gold. Over the years, we watched they danced down on a Milwaukee Street-singer “Schlemiel! Schlimazel! Hasenpfeffer Incorporated”, hanging out with his friends Lenny and Squiggy, and came into all sorts of single scratches.

A 1978 publication from “Laverne” & Shirley. “ Alamy Stock Photo

But” Happy Days: Paramount Televisions Classic Sitcoms, 1974-1984 “wrote author Marley Brant that Williams early thought her character became small and went away from the set. She told the TV Guide 1977 that Laverne’s character got all the attention. Clearly it was resolved, but eventually Williams left the show before the run ended in 1982. She had become pregnant and was about to sign her latest contract

Williams and Marshall in ” Laverne and Shirley. “ Getty Images

” I thought I would come back and they would “hide me (my baby bump) behind benches, couches, pillows, and it was not,” she said to the day Savannah Guthrie 2015, while promoting her new book, “Shirley, I Jest.”

“And I said,” You know, I can not sign this, “she continued.”

Marshall and Williams at the first annual T V Land Awards in Hollywood, 2003. Reuters

The exhibition continued without her but ended the following year. And in the following decades women became closer. In 2015, she told Entertainment Tonight: “We are watching each other all the time. We are watching TV together. She likes to watch television in the Arctic, so she actually has jackets in her room.”

We are glad to know they both had to make it their way, at the end.

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