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Marilyn Munster

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Marilyn Munster
The Munsters character
Beverley Owen as Marilyn in the first season of The Munsters
First appearance"Munster Masquerade"
Last appearance"A Visit from the Teacher"
Portrayed byBeverley Owen (1964)
Pat Priest (1964–1966)
Debbie Watson (1966)
Jo McDonnell (1981)
Hilary Van Dyke (1988–1991)
Christine Taylor (1995)
Elaine Hendrix (1996)
Charity Wakefield (2012)

Marilyn Munster is a fictional character in the CBS sitcom The Munsters, originally played by Beverley Owen and later by Pat Priest.[1] In the original series, she is the daughter of Lily Munster's sister, and is therefore the granddaughter of Grandpa Munster (Count Dracula) and the cousin of Eddie Munster. She was played by Hilary Van Dyke in the 1988 series The Munsters Today.

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Marilyn is Lily's niece, although her surname is Munster. She attends Westbury College in Mockingbird Heights, the city where the Munsters live.

Like the rest of her family, she believes that the Munsters' appearance and lifestyle are normal, although Marilyn is actually the only family member whose appearance does not shock or disturb people outside the family. She is considered attractive by outsiders, but by the aesthetic standards of her family she is distressingly unattractive.[2][3] Marilyn laments that she keeps scaring away potential boyfriends, not realizing that the young men are frightened away by her family.


In the original series Marilyn was played in the first thirteen episodes by Beverly Owen,[4] who left because she married and moved to New York,[5] and then by Pat Priest starting with the fourteenth episode.[6]

Marilyn was also played by Hilary Van Dyke in The Munsters Today, Debbie Watson in the 1966 film Munster, Go Home!,[7] Jo McDonnell in the 1981 film The Munsters' Revenge,[8] Christine Taylor in the 1995 film Here Come the Munsters, Elaine Hendrix in the 1996 film The Munsters' Scary Little Christmas, and Charity Wakefield in NBC's 2012 pilot Mockingbird Lane.[9]


  1. ^ Aquino, Tara. "Marilyn Munster on The Munsters - 25 Casting Fails in TV That They Expected Us Not to Notice | Complex UK". Retrieved 2015-06-03.
  2. ^ "Marilyn was a normal, attractive young woman surrounded by a family of actual monsters, which made her the unlikely black sheep. Of course, with her aunt and uncle being Frankenstein's monster and a vampire, Marilyn's family thought the pretty blond was unfortunately hideous."
  3. ^ Nick at Nite's Classic TV Companion; Tom Hill, editor; © 1996 by Viacom International; p. 378: "EPISODE 48 'A Man for Marilyn'... to provide poor, unfortunate Marilyn with a future husband, Grandpa tries to turn a frog into a prince... who won't be put off by Marilyn's hideous looks."
  4. ^ Nick at Nite's Classic TV Companion; Tom Hill, editor; © 1996 by Viacom International; p. 358: "Cast... Marilyn (episodes 1-13): Beverly Owen"
  5. ^ Nick at Nite's Classic TV Companion; Tom Hill, redactor; © 1996 por Viacom International; p. 363:
    "EPISODE 13 'Family Portrait'... This episode marked the last appearance by Beverly Owen, the first Marilyn Munster. She left to get married and move to New York."
  6. ^ Nick at Nite's Classic TV Companion; Tom Hill, editor; © 1996 by Viacom International; pp. 363-364: "EPISODE 14 'Grandpa Leaves Home'... This is the first episode to feature Pat Priest as the second Marilyn."
  7. ^ "Munster, Go Home". Rotten Tomatoes.
  8. ^ "The Munsters' Revenge". Rotten Tomatoes.
  9. ^ "A Look At Charity Wakefield As Marilyn Munster For Mockingbird Lane". 13 June 2012. Retrieved 2015-06-03.

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