|Also Known As: ||
||July 19, 2016
||November 13, 1934
||Cause of Death:
||Bronx, New York, USA
RATE AND COMMENT
|| Tony Marshall. Producer, director of industrial films. Received credit as producer on many of son's projects beginning with "The Odd Couple" (1970-1975); once worked as an usher at the legendary Loews Paradise movie theater in the Bronx with Leonard Goldenstein, who went on to become the head of ABC-TV; died on July 12, 1999 at age 93.
|| Marjorie Irene Marshall. Dance instructor. Ran a tap dance school called The Cellar in the basement of their Bronx apartment building; when she died in 1983, the family funded a $1 million building to Northwestern University in her honor, called the Marjorie Ward Marshall Dance Studio.
|| Penny Marshall. Director, actor. Born on October 15, 1942; got first break on "The Odd Couple", produced by Garry; later starred in "Laverne and Shirley".
|| Ronelle Marshall. Producer. Began as casting consultant on "Happy Days", eventually receiving credit as associate producer and producer on the series; executive produced ABC's "Joanie Loves Chachi" (1982-83); produced ABC's long-running "Step By Step" (1991-1998); acted in brother's "Dear God" (1996).
|| Lori Marshall. Actor, casting coordinator, writer. Co-wrote autobiography with father; born. c. 1964; played small parts in a number of father's features, beginning with "Young Doctors in Love" (1982); gave birth to twin girls in June of 1995.
|| Kathleen Marshall. Actor. Acted in father's "Dear God"; supervised construction on Marshall's Falcon Theatre in Burbank.
|| Scott Marshall. Actor, director. Studied directing at American Film Institute; served as second unit director for father's "Dear God" and Penny's "The Preacher's Wife" (also 1996); made directorial debut with "Spin Cycle" (2000).