You loved her as Mrs. C on Happy Days.
You’ll be blown away when you see what a passionate go-getter she is in real life.
You’ll hear Marion talk about:
Happy Days – and how the cast really was like a family
Trouble with Tom Bosley, however
Why most people in Hollywood are driven “A types”
Why her parents were devastated when she got married
Getting divorced at age 40
Why she became driven to be a successful actress as a child (she craved attention!)
Her big move to Hollywood
Not feeling quite up to snuff
Learning how to “play the game”
Rubbing elbows with:
o Tony Curtis
o Janet Leigh
o Cary Grant
Getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Dinners with Henry Winkler, Ron Howard, Don Most, Anson Williams and Scott Baio
Her son, Jim Meskimen (and a fun factoid!)
Her daughter, Ellen Kramer (and a fun factoid!)
What you’ll hear Marion say:
“If you find somebody who’s really successful, there’s some one person there that is looking out for you all the time.”
“If you scratch down, you find out, who is helping this person?”
“You need somebody who is constantly pushing you, looking out for you.”
“The brownies and the fairies do not come and find you. You have to make it happen.”
See Marion Ross in person at the LA Times Festival of Books
Sunday, April 14, 2019
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