Garry Marshall

Garry Marshall

American actor and filmmaker (1934–2016)
Garry Kent Marshall was an American filmmaker and actor. Marshall began his career in the 1960s as a writer for The Lucy Show and The Dick Van Dyke Show until he developed the television adaptation of Neil Simon's play The Odd Couple.Wikipedia
BornNovember 13, 1934
HometownNew York City, U.S.
Net worth$50 million
Height5'10" (1.78m)
SpouseBarbara Wells Marshall (m 1963 - 2016)
ChildrenScott Marshall
ParentsAnthony W. Marshall


This iconic 'Princess Diaries' scene was actually a total accident

There’s truthfully never been a bad time to discuss the classic film “Princess Diaries”. Star Anne Hathaway reflected on one of the most iconic scenes in the movie and revealed it wasn’t scripted. In the ABC special 'The Happy Days Of Garry Marshall,' Hathaway and others celebrated the late director's eye for beautiful moments. Hathaway said that just before filming a scene on the bleachers in San Francisco, it rained. While the cameras were rolling, Hathaway’s Mia Thermopolis turned around too fast, slipped in a puddle and burst out laughing. Instead of demanding a reshoot, Marshall thought the fall was a “charming moment” and insisted it stay in the film. Thank goodness Marshall had such an eye for serendipitous moments — what would we do without the relatable princess of Genovia?
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Keeping Up With the Steins
Keeping Up With the Steins
1h 30min