|Birthplace||Scranton, Pennsylvania, United States|
Louise Williams was born in 1947 in Scranton, Pennsylvania. She made numerous guest appearances on several television shows in the 1970s and 1980s, which included appearances on NBC's "Adam-12", CBS' "Alice", the short lived ABC sitcom Tabitha, and "Kate and Allie". She also had recurring roles as Jackie Gleason on the 1977 CBS sitcom "Busting Loose", as Jill Capestro on the 1979 ABC sitcom series "13 Queens Boulevard", as Jennie Riddle on ABC's "Baby Makes Five" in 1983, which starred Peter Scolari, and also as Lila Gaffney on the 1987 NBC series "Sweet Surrender".
A talented voice actress, Williams' voice roles for Hanna-Barbera included work on such cartoon series as "The World's Greatest Superfriends" and "Challenge of the Superfriends".
January 2, 2020