Garry Marshall, the writer-director behind hit TV shows and movies including "Laverne & Shirley," "Runaway Bride" and "The Princess Diaries," died Tuesday, July 19, 2016 of complications from pneumonia after having a stroke, his publicist said.
See some of his many memorable works.
"The Joey Bishop Show" (1962)
Marshall's long career began in the 1960s when he caught the attention of comic Joey Bishop and was brought to Los Angeles to write for "The Joey Bishop Show."
"The Odd Couple" (1970-1975)
In 1970, Marshall and then-writing partner Jerry Belson adapted Neil Simon's Broadway hit "The Odd Couple" into a successful TV sitcom. The five season show starred Tony Randall and Jack Klugman.
"The New Odd Couple" (1982-83)
Marshall also created "The New Odd Couple" which included an African-American cast. However, the show lasted only one season and never caught on with audiences.
"Mork and Mindy" (1978-82)
Marshall's TV series "Mork and Mindy" included actor Robin Williams, who was a newcomer at the time.
"The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1964-66)
Marshall, along with then-writing partner Jerry Belson, worked on scripts for "The Dick Van Dyke Show."
"Laverne & Shirley" (1976-83)
Marshall created the TV stories "Laverne & Shirley" which featured his sister, Penny Marshall.
"Happy Days" (1974-84)
Marshall was the creator of the successful TV hit "Happy Days." The lead character Fonzie soon became a hit with viewers.
"Pretty Woman" (1990)
Marshall directed the film "Pretty Woman" which starred Julia Roberts (pictured) and Richard Gere, a pairing that proved successful as they later starred together in "The Runaway Bride" which was also directed by Marshall.
"The Princess Diaries" (2001)
Marshall directed the Disney fairy tale, "The Princess Diaries," which starred Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews.
"Georgia Rule" (2007)
Lindsay Lohan and Jane Fonda starred in the film "Georgie Rule," which was directed by Marshall. The film was widely regarded as a flop.
"Valentine's Day" (2010)
Marshall directed the romance film "Valentine's Day." The cast included Anne Hathaway, Julia Roberts, and Patrick Dempsey.
"Mother's Day" (2016)
Marshall directed and wrote the story of the film "Mother's Day," starring Julia Roberts and Jennifer Aniston. It would be his last film.