Anson appears as Card #7 in DuoCard's Happy Days collection.
Most of Anson's Director's credits are for Television. But he did Direct the movie, Seventh Heaven.
While in Kansas, Anson performed in The Music Man and The Sound of Music.
Anson appears on the January 7, 1978 cover of TV Guide.
A 1976 episode of Hollywood Squares featured McLean Stevenson, Sandy Duncan, Big Bird, Carol Channing, George Gobel, Anson Williams, Demond Wilson, Marcia Wallace, and Paul Lynde.
In Africa, a native tribesman who spoke no English recognized Anson as Potsie.
Anson's more recent television activity focuses on directing.
Anson and Happy Days costar Al Molinaro opened a chain of diners called Big Al's.
Anson and Lorri Mahaffey produced a pilot episode for a TV show Anson and Lorri.
Anson's first wife, Lorri Mahaffey, was his Happy Days girlfriend.
Anson's first TV show appearance was on Owen Marshall, Counsellor at Law."
Anson appeared in several McDonalds commercials.
Anson's first acting jobs were in Kansas.
Anson's initial ambition in college was to become a physical education teacher.
Anson discovered his talent for acting during a Drama class in college.
Anson attended Pierce Junior College.
While he was in High School, Anson worked nights at his father's Orange Julius stand on Van Nuys Boulevard.
Anson's father was an art director for an aviation company, as well as a concessionnaire.
Anson's real name is Anson William Heimlich. He is the nephew of Dr. Henry Heimlich, creator of the "Heimlich maneuver".