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Birthday: November 13, 1934
Place: New York, New York, USA
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| The career of producer/director Garry Marshall has been marked by many peaks, the highest of which include such classic television sitcoms as The Odd Couple (1970-1975), Happy Days (1974-1984), and Mork and Mindy (1978-1982), and the phenomenally popular feature film Pretty Woman (1990). A Brooklyn native, Marshall (born Gary Marsciarelli) is the son of an industrial filmmaker and a dance instructor. His sister, Penny Marshall, is a comic actress and noted film director. Marshall majored in journalism at Northwestern University and subsequently served a stint in the army before becoming a reporter for the New York Daily News. He was also a jazz drummer in a band before becoming a television comedy scriptwriter for such artists as Joey Bishop and Phil Foster and the writer for Jack Parr on The Tonight Show.Marshall moved to Los Angeles in 1961, but he didn't make it big until he teamed up with writer Jerry Belson. Together, they penned numerous episodes for several sitcoms, notably The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Lucy Show. In 1970, Marshall produced The Odd Couple, which starred Jack Klugman and Tony Randall and was based on a popular Neil Simon play and movie. He reached his apex as a television producer during the '70s, with such hits as Laverne and Shirley (1976-1983) (a Happy Days spin-off starring sister Penny) and Mork and Mindy. In addition to his producing and television directorial efforts, Marshall occasionally appeared as a supporting actor. In features, Marshall co-produced and co-wrote (with Belson) his first film, How Sweet It Is!, in 1968. A year later, the two produced and penned The Grasshopper. Marshall made his directorial feature film debut in 1982 with Young Doctors in Love, a comic look at daytime serials. As a film director, Marshall's output has received uneven critical reviews. Films such as the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell vehicle Overboard and the Bette Midler/Barbara Hershey melodrama Beaches (1988) had good box-office business, but were considered of average quality. 1990's Pretty Woman was Marshall's first big movie hit. Following its tremendous success, he tried his hand at a serious drama with Frankie and Johnny (1991) starring Al Pacino and Michelle Pfeiffer. Since then, Marshall's films have tended more toward sentimental and straight dramas such as The Twilight of the Golds (1997) and The Other Sister (1999). Marshall returned to comedy — and to his teaming of Julia Roberts and Richard Gere — in 1999 with Runaway Bride.In addition to his work behind the camera, Marshall has occasionally appeared as an actor in films and television shows alike. During the mid-'90s, many TV audiences came to recognize him for playing Candice Bergen's ratings-crazy boss, Stan Lansing, on Murphy Brown.
- Marshall is known for his obsession with basketball: his contract has often obligated studios to provide a basketball court on his film locations.
- Also known for the photo albums he makes on each of his movies, taking separate pictures of himself with every member of the huge cast and crew.
- Attended Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), where he has a building specializing in radio/television/film production named for him and his wife. Wrote for the Daily Northwestern sports beat while in college, advocating that NU drop out of the Big Ten athletic conference.
- Graduated from DeWitt Clinton High School in New York 
- Career started as a comedy writer.
- Brother of Penny Marshall.
- Son of Anthony W. Marshall.
- Is afraid of heights.
- Son of Anthony W. Marshall and Marjorie Irene Marshall (née Ward), a dance instructor.
- Brother of Penny Marshall and Ronny Hallin (née Marshall).
- Father of Lori Marshall, Kathleen Marshall, and Scott Marshall.
- Three children: Lori, Scott, Kathleen - all actors who have appeared in several of Garry's films
- Uncle of Tracy Reiner, Penny Lee Hallin, Judy Hallin and Wendy S. Hallin.
- Owns and operates the Falcon Theater in Burbank, California along with his daughter, Kathleen Marshall.
- Played the husband of his real-life sister Penny Marshall in Hocus Pocus (1993).
- His mother, Marjorie Ward Marshall, appeared in an episode of _"Happy Days" (1974).
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