|Height:||178 cm (5' 11'')|
|Birth Day:||November 13, 1934|
|Death Date:||Jul 19, 2016 (age 81)|
|Birth Place:||The Bronx, United States|
|#2||Kathleen Marshall||Daughter||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||53||Actor|
|#3||Anthony W. Marshall||Father||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#4||Sam James Marshall||Grandson||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#5||Marjorie Irene Marshall||Mother||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#6||Penny Lee Hallin||Niece||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#7||Wendy S. Hallin||Niece||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|#9||Tracy Reiner||Niece||$4 Million||N/A||56||Actor|
|#11||Penny Marshall||Sister||$45 Million||N/A||77||Director|
|#12||Scott Marshall||Son||$1 Million - $2 Million (Approx.)||N/A||46||Artist|
As per our current Database, Garry Marshall died on Jul 19, 2016 (age 81).
He studied at Northwestern University, where he wrote for the sports section of The Daily Northwestern.
Garry Kent Marshall was born in The Bronx, New York, on November 13, 1934, the son of Anthony "Tony" Masciarelli (later Anthony Wallace Marshall; 1906–1999), a director of industrial films and producer, and Marjorie Irene (née Ward; 1908–1983), the owner and teacher in a tap dance school. He was the brother of actress/director Penny Marshall and Ronny Marshall Hallin, a television producer. His father was of Italian descent, his family having come from San Martino sulla Marrucina, Chieti, Abruzzo, and his mother was of German, English, and Scottish ancestry. His father changed his last name from Masciarelli to Marshall before his son Garry was born. Garry Marshall was baptized Presbyterian and also raised Lutheran for a time.
He attended De Witt Clinton High School and Northwestern University, where he wrote a sports column for The Daily Northwestern, and was a member of the Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. Beginning in 1956, Marshall served a stint in the U.S. Army as a writer for Stars and Stripes and Seoul News, and was production chief for Armed Forces Radio Network; serving in Korea.
In 1961, he and Freeman moved to Hollywood, where they broke into writing sitcoms on The Joey Bishop Show. Freeman, however, found that he didn't enjoy sitcom work, and moved back to New York. Marshall soon teamed up with new writing partner Jerry Belson, and the two worked as a team through the 1960s. The pair worked on The Dick Van Dyke Show, The Joey Bishop Show, The Danny Thomas Show, and The Lucy Show. Their first television series as creator-producers was Hey, Landlord, which lasted one season (1966–67). Then they adapted Neil Simon's play The Odd Couple for television. Moving into the 1970s, Marshall worked on his own or with others, and created Happy Days, Laverne & Shirley (starring his sister Penny), and Mork & Mindy, which were produced by his associates Thomas L. Miller, Robert L. Boyett, and Edward K. Milkis. He was also a co-creator of Makin' It, which the three men also produced.
Marshall married Barbra Sue Wells on March 9, 1963. They had three children, including Scott Marshall.
Marshall wore many hats during this period of his career: most of his hit television series were created and executive produced by him. His first producing assignment came with Hey, Landlord in 1966. He stepped up the very next year, producing The Lucy Show. Then came successes in producing The Odd Couple, Laverne & Shirley, Blansky's Beauties, Mork & Mindy, Angie, and Happy Days. He launched independent productions through his theater (The Falcon in Toluca Lake) and in association with productions launched with talent he was grooming and working with for years.
In the opening credits of Exit to Eden (their eighth film together), Elizondo is credited "As Usual ... Hector Elizondo". In 1984, Marshall had a film hit as the writer and director of The Flamingo Kid.
In 1996, Marshall was awarded the Women in Film Lucy Award in recognition of excellence and innovation in creative works that have enhanced the perception of women through the medium of television. He was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame for his contributions to the field of television in 1997.
In 1997, he co-authored the memoir Wake Me When It's Funny with his daughter Lori Marshall.
In 2012, he was inducted into the National Association of Broadcasters' Broadcasting Hall of Fame.
His theater credits included Wrong Turn at Lungfish, which he wrote in collaboration with Lowell Ganz, The Roast with Jerry Belson, Shelves and Happy Days: A New Musical with Paul Williams, which had its premiere at the Falcon Theater in Burbank, California, February 24, 2006. He portrayed the role of "director" on Burbank's "Lights... camera... action!" float in the 2014 Rose Parade. In 2014, Marshall appeared in a guest star role in a February episode in season 11 of Two and a Half Men.
Henry Winkler paid tribute to Marshall on Barry in 2019 and SAG-AFTRA made a Memoriam Tribute to Marshall on the SAG Awards in 2019. Also, Julia Roberts paid tribute to Marshall in Pretty Woman: The Musical, in 2018.
ABC aired the special The Happy Days of Garry Marshall on May 12, 2020.
Currently, Garry Marshall is 87 years, 0 months and 26 days old. Garry Marshall will celebrate 88th birthday on a Sunday 13th of November 2022.
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