We all have lost some really gifted creator over the years. Recently, Happy Day’s castmates paid homage to the late creator of the sitcom. It was more like a family affair when all the cast members came together to pay respect to the legendary creator Garry Marshall.
Marshall was the executive producer and showrunner of the 1950s popular comedy sitcom. He was honoured by cast members including Ron Howard, Henry Winkler, Don Most, Anson Williams and Marlon Ross. The cast members attended Marshall’s 130-seat theatre in Burbank, Calif. Marshall founded the Burbank landmark in 1997 when it was called the Falcon. Later the theatre was named Garry Marshall Theatre in 2017.
A Great Creator With Remarkable Works To Remember!
He castmates were all overwhelmed with nostalgia and they took a trip down the memory lane. They talked about their memories while filming the sitcom. They also recalled the good memories spent on the Paramount lot with Marshall. He died in July 2016.
The sixty-five-year-old Howard told in an interview that how one meeting with Marshall led to an audition for ’Love, American Style’ spinoff. The same meeting also led to Howard’s break as a director. Apart from creating some great sitcoms, Garry is credited with excellent films like Pretty Woman,Runaway Bride and even The Princess Diaries. He is also believed to have discovered and nurtured great acting legends of Hollywood like Robin Williams , Julia Roberts and some notable acting names.
His death was a great loss indeed. Many actors went to Twitter and wrote heartfelt notes for the late creator remembering him for his loyalty, friendship and creative abilities. His talent lies in his ability to understand the trending culture and creating excellent shows and movies out of them. His works will always make a name that Hollywood will surely remember for an eternity.