The lovely, continuously upbeat and iconic All-American mom from the classic
Happy Days TV sitcom had fervent desires of becoming an actress while growing up in her obscure Minnesota town. Born Marian Ross (with an "a") in 1928, she grew up in her native state and, at one time, worked as a teenage au pair in order to earn money for drama lessons at the MacPhail Center in Minneapolis...See full bio »
People have different opinions about this, but I'll use it to my advantage. If I call the plumber and he says, "I can't come right away", I'll say, "Did you ever watch
Happy Days? I'm Mrs. C, you know". And not only does he get over here right away, but he brings his entire family.
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