Anson Williams

Anson Williams Net Worth is $1, 8 Million

How rich is Anson Williams?

Nickname: Anson William Heimlick; Heimlich

Date of birth: the 25th of September, 1949

Profession: actor, television director

Nationality: United States of America

Source of wealth: television

How Much is Anson Williams Worth?

The famous actor of 1970s Anson Williams is not a frequent guest on a big or small screen nowadays. But he is still busy with many modern projects, although now he is involved into behind-scene activities. Anson Williams net worth is $1, 8 million.

Williams earned his wealth through his work of an actor and television director. Besides he is a successful entrepreneur.

Anson Williams rose to fame as Potsie Webber from cult ABC series “Happy Days”. The project, which started as a failure, had finally become one of the most lasting shows on TV. “Happy Days” was on air during 11 seasons and opened the door to stardom for many actors, like Ron Howard, Marion Ross, Erin Moran etc.

Happy Days stars Ron Howard, Anson Williams, Henry Winkler, and Donny Most

Aside “Happy Days”, Anson Williams acted in “The Love Boat”, “Baywatch” and some other series. He pumped up his wealth, when he managed to become a successful television director too. He directed episodes of such popular series as “Beverly Hills, 90210”, “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine”, “Melrose Place” etc.

Alongside acting and directing Anson develops several business projects too. Of course, it has a positive impact on his net worth. He is the co-owner of the brand “Starmaker Cosmetics”.

Anson Williams’s Way On Top

Anson Williams young

The future star Anson Williams was born in Los Angeles, California. He decided to become an actor in his teens, when he was a pupil of Burbank High School. The boy participated in a number of school productions and had great success with a public.

He earned his first salary as the model. The young man appeared in McDonald’s commercials. A year later he won the role of Potsie in “Love, American Style”. His hero looked so funny and natural, that he was taken into another, much more successful series “Happy Days”. That was the gig, which turned Anson into a TV star and moneybag. 



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