Happy Days Mom Marion Ross Is 94, See Her Today

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Did you know that Marion Ross, best known for playing Marion Cunningham on Happy Days, enjoyed success as a voice-over actress in the 2000s and 2010s and that she continued to perform well into her 90s before finally retiring in 2021? ▬Contents of this video▬ 00:00 - Intro 00:19 - Marion Ross's Early Years 01:03 - Early Roles And Rise To Fame 02:16 - Happy Days And Beyond 06:02 - A Legacy That Will Live On 07:52 - Outro Like this content? Subscribe here: https://www.youtube.com/factsverse?sub_confirmation=1 Or, watch more videos here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLkXAntdjbcSJlJnpP4FgdU0swKbnkNgJj From 1974 to 1984 94-year-old veteran actress Marion Ross played the beloved mother Marion Cunningham on the ABC sitcom Happy Days. Throughout the series' 11-season run, Ross was the loving, matriarchal anchor of the Milwaukee-based Cunningham family. Marion's perpetually exasperated husband, Howard, was played by Atom Bosley. Then you had their son, Richie, played by a young Ron Howard, and his bratty younger sister Joanie who was portrayed by Erin Moran As the show progressed, the leather-clad tough guy Arthur Fonzarelli, aka the Fonz, was basically made an honorary member of the Cunningham family. Played by Henry Winkler, the Fonz eventually started calling Marion "Mrs. C". This nickname would not only stick in the context of the show, but it would also become what an entire generation of avid TV watchers would refer to Marion. Ross is now retired from acting, but she's still remembered fondly for playing one of the most lovable television characters of all time. While she is no longer regularly appearing on our TV screens except for in re-runs, she still has a legion of adoring fans and is loved and supported by her devoted family. Join us as we take a look back at Marion Ross's countless accomplishments while also checking in with her to see what she's been up to in recent years. Happy Days Mom Marion Ross Is 94, See Her Today
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