She played "Queen Elizabeth I" in the play, "Master of Ceremonies," at the Old Globe Theater in San Diego, California to celebrate the theater's 70th anniversary and its Shakespeare festival.
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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
(1974)? I'm Mrs. C, you know". And not only does he get over here right away, but he brings his entire family.
Raised in Albert Lea, Minnesota, the Albert Lea Civic Theatre was renamed the Marion Ross Performing Arts Center on June 7, 2008 in honor of the veteran actress. Her life partner Paul Michael
sang "The Impossible Dream" during the dedication ceremony and Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty signed a proclamation declaring June 7th "Marion Ross Day".
Red hair and blue eyes