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Marion Ross Net Worth

Marion Ross net worth: Marion Ross is an American actress who has a net worth of $10 million dollars. Marion Ross was born in Watertown, Carver County, Minnesota, and began focusing on pursuing a career in performance while in high school. She attended the drama program at the MacPhail Center for the Arts, and then went on to study theater at San Diego State University. While performing in summer theater productions in La Jolla, California, she was urged by her director to pursue a career in film. She went on to debut in her first film, “Forever Female”, in 1935. From there, she enjoyed a steady career in both film and television projects. She is most widely recognized for her eleven seasons on the hit sitcom, “Happy Days”, on which she played Marion Cunningham. She has also played recurring or guest-starring roles on such shows as “The Drew Carey Show”, “That ’70s Show”, “Gilmore Girls”, “Nurse Jackie”, and “Grey’s Anatomy”.

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Marion Ross Info
Net Worth$10 Million
Date of BirthOctober 25, 1928 (age 95 years)
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
ProfessionActor, Voice Actor
NationalityUnited States of America

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Prague is the Paris of the '90s.

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I have tremendous faith in theuniverse. I feel at home on this planet. Even though it's a very big world out there, I plan on walking right through the middle of it unharmed.

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I learned a great deal doing Brooklyn Bridge. I was able to take a giant step into the terrible reality that was then. We saw the cattle cars that took folks away. Just knowing it was real, it would be impossible not to feel.

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The great classics that, as a professional you don't get to do, you do as a student, when you don't know any better.

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I think in Mrs. C, I certainly played myself. A very compulsive, sweet person.

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