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GARY MARSHAL Singer, actor, MC/host, Gary Marshal passed away June 15, 2019. He was 85. Gary came to Las Vegas from London in 1964 as the singing star of "Vive Les Girls" and subsequently starred in "Hallelujah Holly- wood" and "Jubilee." His many appearances included feature roles in LA's "Phantom of the Opera," a national tour of "42nd Street" and Broadway company of "La Cage Au Folles," He costarred in his own TV series "The Ugliest Girl in Town," and was a regular on "The Days of Our Lives" and "General Hospital." He was featured on "That Girl" and in the movie "Camelot." He also recorded four LP albums. Most recently, he hosted Las Vegas Jazz Society events. Gary loved the Las Vegas entertainment community and was proud to be part of it. He is survived by his son, Jaymi. A memorial service will be at 10:30 a.m. Sat., July 27, at the St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 4709 S. Nellis Blvd., Las Vegas, 89121.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 7, 2019.
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April 7, 2020
Chuck Bencik Jan. 2020 in San Diego
Gary became a theatrical idol for me when we were singing and acting 2 weeks in "42nd Street" in San Diego's Balboa Park Civic Light Opera production in July 1993. He played Julian Marsh, the director, and I had three roles: Mac, the stage manager; "The Thug" (a blackout role); and "Doc", the stage doctor. We had the stage set from the original Broadway production, plus one of the most famous choreographers as our production director (name escapes me now). Gary and his wife had supper at my home with my family, and they also went sailing with me on San Diego Bay. His bio in IMDB understated the huge number of shows he'd acted in. I wish I could have contacted him in his last years in Las Vegas. He was much loved and respected and I miss him very much.
Charles A. ("Chuck") Bencik
October 22, 2019
I was Garys cosmetologist for 10 years or more sorry to hear he passed we had a great time when he came in we had so much in common we would talk about his son and his daughter all the time so proud of them I will miss him dearly I just found out that he had passed
Susan Lawton
July 20, 2019
What sad news to hear of Gary's passing.
I have very fond memories of Gary and his wonderful talent.
I was one of the showgirls that performed with him
at the opening of Circus Circus.
A handsome gentleman is what I recall with many
Sending Blessings and prayers to his family
Thank you Gary for the Inspiration
Janette Boyd-Williams
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