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“Happy Days” Creator, Garry Marshall Passes Away At Age 81

“Happy Days” Creator, Garry Marshall

Passes Away At Age 81

One of America’s most loved Film & TV Directors, Garry Marshall, passed away last night at age 81 from complications of pneumonia after he unfortunately suffered a stroke. Marshall warmed our hearts with shows like “Happy Days” and “Laverne & Shirley”.

He began his career writing comedy and landed a gig on The Tonight Show in the 1950’s. Soon thereafter, he scored his first TV show The Odd Couple. He went on to direct movies such as “Pretty Woman”, “The Princess Diaries”, “Runaway Bride” and “Dear God”.

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