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  Marion Ross
Marion Ross was born on October 25, 1928 in a small Minnesota community called Watertown.
Ross' fame on the small screen began in 1953 when she played the Irish maid on the series "Life With Father" for two years.
Marion Ross greeted the thousands of people lining the streets of Albert Lea with an American flag during the 2006 Third of July Parade.
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  Marion Ross - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Marion Ross (born October 25, 1928) is an American actress.
Ross enrolled in San Diego State College, where she was named the school's most outstanding actress.
Ross made her 1953 film debut in Forever Female, starring Ginger Rogers and William Holden.
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 Marion Ross -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Marion Ross (born October 25, 1928) is an (A native or inhabitant of the United States) American (A female actor) actress.
Ross has acted on (A street in Manhattan that passes through Times Square; famous for its theaters) Broadway and in film, but she adores doing TV.
Ross lives in (A city in southern California; motion picture capital of the world; most populous city of California and second largest in the United States) Los Angeles with actor Paul Michael.
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 Marion Ross - Biography - Moviefone
Marian Ross dreamed of stardom from childhood, going so far as to change the spelling of her first name to Marion because she thought it would look nicer on a marquee.
Ross' post-Happy Days TV gigs included a 1986 guest shot as the new bride of Captain Stubing (Gavin MacLeod) on The Love Boat and the brief 1989 series Living Dolls.
In 1991, Marion Ross earned an Emmy nomination for her portrayal of archetypal Jewish mother Sophie Berger on the TV "dramedy" Brooklyn Bridge.
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 Marion Ross and the Great Locomotive Chase
Ross enrolled in the Antioch Preparatory Academy in 1853.
Ross was stationed at Camp Dennison near Cincinnati in the fall of 1861 when his life took a dramatic turn.
Ross served briefly as the mission’s voice of reason, claiming quite correctly that the changing military situation dictated aborting the raid.
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 Guide to the Marion Dean Ross Papers 1954-1990
Upon his death in 1991, Ross left a one million dollar endowment for library material acquisitions and the construction of the Architectural and Allied Arts Library at the University of Oregon.
Ross studied later at Harvard during summer sessions of 1938, 1940, and 1948.
Influential in architectural history at the university, around the state and the nation, Ross’ was remembered after his death in April 2, 1991 as an important figure in the study of architectural history and historic preservation.
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 Marion Ross - Knowledge - Hormel Foods
And, not to be outdone, the "That 70's Show" cast Marion in a continuing role as the crusty, chain-smoking grandmother as a foil to the cast of young, new TV players who have caught the eye of the public.
Ross, the role of the head of a Brooklyn family in the 1950s was a departure.
A major force on stage, screen and television since her San Diego college days, Marion Ross has earned the reputation of an actress who can infuse any kind of role, ranging from classical drama to contemporary comedy, with the warmth, sincerity and directness that are characteristic of Marion herself.
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 Marion Ross - Freepedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Marion Ross - Born October 25, 1928 in Watertown, Minnesota.
Marion Ross' most famous role was in the long-running series Happy Days from 1974 - 1984).
In recent years, she played recurring roles as Drew Careys mum on The Drew Carey Show and Grandma Forman on That '70s Show.
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 GilmoreGirls.org : Recent News
Marion Ross, Emmy-nominated for her maternal performances in series "Happy Days" and "Brooklyn Bridge," will play the great-grandmother of the Gilmore family in WB's "The Gilmores." Ross will be makeup-aged, of course, to play an elegant octogenarian.
Marion Ross biography: Marion was born on October 25, 1928 in the small Minnesota town of Albert Lea.
A few years later, the Ross family moved to San Diego, California, and Marion enrolled in San Diego State College.
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 Marion Ross Current Month TV Schedule
Drew's mother (guest star Marion Ross) fixes him up with a seemingly perfect woman who has one small quirk; Oswald believes he can see the future.
Drew's parents (guest stars Marion Ross and Stanley Anderson) arrive to help with the wedding preparations, which include a bachelor party.
Marion transforms herself into a veiled beauty when she fears she might lose Howard to a younger woman.
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 EnFemme#2 Archives
Marion shot him a look, astounded that her husband was even talking to her.
Ross sat in his usual easy chair and Marion sat on the footstool beside him.
Ross squeezed back, and wiped a tear from his eye with his free hand.
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 Military.com Content
Marion R. Ross was one of the men Major Gen. Ormsby M. Mitchel had ordered Andrews to gather in the early spring of 1862.
Nine of the men were from the 21st Ohio, and Ross was their regimental sergeant major.
Ross was thus the first noncommissioned officer to receive our nation's highest honor.
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 Marion_Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Born in Albert Lea, Minnesota, she grew up there, and in nearby Waconia and Willmar.
After completing her sophomore year in high school, she moved to Minneapolis and worked as an ''au pair'' while studying drama at the MacPhail Center for the Arts and attending Southwest High School.
Ross's most famous role was in the long-running series ''Happy Days'' from 1974 to 1984, in which she played Marion Cunningham, Ritchie and Joanie's mother.
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The Marion Dean Ross/Pacific Northwest Chapter evolved from the Pacific Section, which was organized in San Francisco in 1954.
Marion Dean Ross, one of the founding members at the San Francisco meeting in 1954, was centrally involved in the development of the regional chapter until his death in 1991.
Professor Ross' long academic career at the University of Oregon School of Architecture and Allied Arts and his contribution to the appreciation of architectural history in the Pacific Northwest led to renaming the chapter in his honor in 1995.
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 Marion Ross - Wilbert Brummett - Cast
At the young age of 13, she changed the spelling of her name from "Marian" to "Marion" because she thought it would look better on a marquee.
During the long cold winter nights in Albert Lea, she dreamed of becoming an actress and moving to California where there was something swell to do every day.
Ross' fame also led to a nonacting job she savors.
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 Celebrity Storm: Marion Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Marion Ross was born on 25 October 1928 in Albert Lea, Minnesota, USA.
Marion Ross has recently starred in Love, Clyde (2004) playing the role of Clyde, and SpongeBob SquarePants: Employee of the Month (2002) as Gradma SquarePants.
Marion Ross has also featured in many movies such as Ladies and the Champ (2001), The Last Best Sunday (1999), and Postcards From Heaven (1999)...
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 Lifetimetv.com: Intimate Portrait
By 1952, Ross' career was on the rise (she appeared in movies such as "Sabrina" and "Operation Petticoat"), but her marriage began suffering as her career demands grew.
She was a 30-year-old divorced single mom with two children, and she had little security in her work as an actress.
In 1974, Ross landed a role that would provide her with all the security she wanted — and fame to boot.
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 Marion Ross Back On TV - Central Florida News 13
Ross stars in a new Hallmark Movie and is working on a TV pilot.
Marion: "Yeah, I have a pilot with NBC with Jay Mohr.
Now instead of doing a sitcom with three cameras, this is done with one camera and because he's a scallywag he's either got to go to jail or do 500 hours of community service.
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Florence "Marion" ROSS[Parents] 1, 2, 3 was born 4 on 15 Jul 1870 in Memphis, Riley Township, Michigan, USA.
A song of unrequited love from the Skye-born poet, William Ross, who was reputed to have died of a broken heart when the object of his affection - Marion Ross - headed for Liverpool to marry another.
Ross actually died of TB, a far less romantic fate.....
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 Amazon.com: A Flame in Hali (Clingfire Trilogy): Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Set in the era of The Hundred Kingdoms, a lawless time of war and unrest on the planet Darkover, it is the epic tale of a legendary friendship forged between King and Keeper-a friendship that would ultimately bring about the end of all long distance weapons and the beginning of a new destiny for Darkover.
Heritage and Exile: The Heritage of Hastur/Sharra's Exile (Heritage and Exile, 1) by Marion Zimmer Bradley
Marion Zimmer Bradley's Darkover series is a powerful set of tales (I found THE FORBIDDEN TOWER to be among the best fantasy books ever).
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 Marion Ross Encyclopedia Article, Definition, History, Biography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
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 Encyclopedia: Marion Ross
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October 25 is the 298th day of the year (299th in leap years) in the Gregorian Calendar, with 67 days remaining.
In recent years, she played recurring roles as Drew Carey's mother, on The Drew Carey Show; as evil "Grandma Forman" on That '70s Show; and as "Lorelei's grandmother" on The Gilmore Girls.
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 Marion Ross Biography - Biography.com
When Ross was thirteen, she changed the spelling of her name from "Marian" to "Marion" because she thought it would look better on a marquee.
Ross is best known for her television work.
Ross is divorced and the mother of two children, Jim Meskimen and Ellen Plummer.
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 Marion_Ross
Marion Ross presents a special performance of her celebrated one-woman production as a benefit for the Marion Cultural and Civic Center, which will enable us to purchase deferred stage equipment.
Ross has performed this critically-acclaimed stage production in venues throughout the country.
She reflects that the play presents special challenges to the actress who must play three different roles in the one-woman show.
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 WIC Biography - Marion Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
She is also the spokesperson for the city of Marion, Illinois.
Marion hails from Albert Lea, Minnesota and after college at San Diego State University, she proudly began her career under contract to Paramount Studios in the 50's, where she did live TV at CBS on Life With Father.
Marion Ross continues to entertain, touch and enrich the lives of millions of fans and admirers throughout the world.
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 Marion Ross News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Bright and early Monday morning, "The Marion Ross Express" prepared to pull out of Marion for a...
The Cafe Belle Mia in Golconda opened their doors for the group of Marion Chamber of Commerce members on a day that they are normally closed to serve a private luncheon.
Marion Ross returns to region with a one-woman show
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 Marion Ross Biography at Hollywood.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Her career then slipped into guest appearances until she was surprisingly cast as the very powerful grandmother in "Brooklyn Bridge", for which she was nominated for a Best Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy.
While Ross' Broadway work has been limited to a production of "Edwin Booth" and a 1987 revival of "Arsenic and Old Lace" joining Jean Stapleton as the aunts, she has appeared in numerous stage productions elsewhere.
Ross was Amanda in a production of "The Glass Menagerie" at the La Jolla Playhouse in 1990, and performs occasionally in a one-woman show based on the work of Edna St. Vincent Millay entitled "A Lovely Light".
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 Marion Ross joins Brothers & Sisters - TV Squad
Over at TV Guide, Michael Ausiello is reporting that Marion Ross will be joining Brothers and Sisters as Nora's (Sally Field) mother.
Marion Ross will be a great addition to the cast; which is already top notch in my opinion.
Marion Ross is an Excellent Character actress, and will most likely add to the show as she has with every other thing she has ever been a part of.
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 Cable TV Talk - 'happy Days' Are Here Again For Marion Ross   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
On January 15, 1974, a wholesome sitcom set in the 1950s premiered on ABC, becoming one of television's most beloved series.
Marion Ross, who for 11 seasons played Mrs.
After marking the series' 30th anniversary, the five-time Emmy® nominee seques from celebration to production - beginning work on the Hallmark Channel Original movie "Love, Clyde." In the drama, which begins shooting January 18 and is slated to premiere in 2004, Ross is romanced by her real-life love, actor Paul Michael.
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 Marion Ross Posters & Prints - Where to buy Marion Ross Posters & Prints Online.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-05)
Marion Ross Posters and Prints - Where to buy Marion Ross Posters and Prints Online.
Choose from a large selection of frame styles and matching mat colors.
The surface is treated to protect against moisture, dust, dirt, fingerprints, and protects your Marion Ross print against UV comparable to standard glass.
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