Marion has two children; a son, Jim Meskimen and a daughter, Ellen Plummer.
Marion appears as Card #5 in DuoCard's Happy Days collection.
Marion met Paul Michael while performing a play in Costa Mesa.
Marion works with people with hearing loss.
Marion is the official spokesperson for the town of Marion, Illinois.
Marion has a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Marion has been nominated for five Emmy awards.
Marion lives in San Fernando Valley. She calls her homestead, "Happy Days Farm."
Marion appeared on Broadway with Jean Stapleton.
After Forever Female, Marion got roles in The Glenn Miller Story, Sabrina, and Operation Petticoat.
Marion's first movie was the role of Sandy in Forever Female, starring Ginger Rogers and William Holden.
Marion's first acting job was at a summer theater in La Jolla.
Marion graduated from San Diego State College in 1950.
While at San Diego State College, Marion was named the school's most outstanding actress.
Marion enrolled at San Diego State College.
A year after Marion finished high school, she moved with her family to San Diego.
While in Minneapolis, Marion studied Drama at MacPhail Center for the Arts, and attended Southwest High School.
Marion's first job was an au pair in Minneapolis.
Marion moved to Minneapolis after her sophomore year in high school.
Marion changed the spelling of her name from Marian at age 13, because she thought it would look better on a marquis.
When she played in Gilmore Girls and in That 70's Show she was a mother in-law and hated the women their sons married, and the women also hated her. And also Kitty and Emily stole Red and Richard away from other women.
Marion Ross (on Superhero Movie): It's really poor taste, you know? But the movie is so funny because it's very smutty -- nice smut, not obscene -- you know what I mean? The kids are going to love it.
Marion Ross: Happy Days was a wonderful, wonderful experience and I would not have traded it for the world.
Marion Ross: (regarding people with hearing loss) You simply can't look at a person and tell if they have a loss. Most people are so impatient and they just assume that the person with hearing loss is being rude, or they may even think that the person is slow witted, when in fact they simply can't hear.
Marion Ross: [Boyfriend Paul Michael is] a wonderful cook. We have dinner parties all the time.