Born in Minnesota, actress Marion Ross made her film debut in 1953’s Forever Female, starring Ginger Rogers and William Holden. After working steadily in movies and television, she became famous for playing Mrs. C. on the iconic sitcom Happy Days, which aired from 1974-84, and for which she received two Primetime Emmy Award nominations. Since then, she has worked on such series as The Drew Carey Show,Touched by an Angel,Nurse Jackie,and The Middle. Ms. Ross has two grown children and lives in California.
Award-winning reporterand editor-in-chief ofLife After 50 magazine, David Laurell has written hundreds of celebrity features and bios and has an extensive and varied journalism background. A seven-time Greater Los Angeles Press Club Award-winner and 12-time Addy Award-winner, he has also won numerous National Mature Media and North American Mature Publishers Association Awards.