Actor-director Anson Williams is seeking to make the change from Hollywood to politics.
The “Completely happy Days” star introduced that he’ll run for mayor of Ojai, California on the native metropolis council assembly on June 28, the Ojai Valley Information reported.
In the course of the public remark interval of the assembly, Williams, 72, mentioned the town wants “management that conjures up a collaborative crew,” in response to the native paper.
He’ll face present Ojai Mayor Betsy Stix, who’s working for reelection.
Williams rose to fame for his function as Postie Weber, one of the best pal of Richie Cunningham, on the beloved ’70s ABC sitcom.
His former “Completely happy Days” co-star Henry Winkler, who performed Fonzie, has already endorsed him.
“You could have my vote,” Winkler tweeted Tuesday in response to a KABC-TV reporter’s tweet about Williams’ run for mayor.
Ojai mayoral candidates and people working for any workplace can formally declare candidacy by pulling papers on the metropolis clerk’s workplace by July 18, in response to Ojai Valley Information.
It’s unknown if Williams has completed so.
After “Completely happy Days” led to 1984, Williams switched to working behind the scenes as a producer and director.
He produced the 1980 film “Skyward,” starring Bette Davis and directed reveals like “Lone Star Child,” “No Larger Reward” and “seaQuest.”