|Occupation||Actress, producer, screenwriter|
|Spouse(s)||J. Raymond Henderson (1960–1962)|
Lee Harman (m. 1972)
Marlyn Mason (born August 7, 1940) is an American actress, producer, and screenwriter.
Her other acting credits include roles in Hogan's Heroes, My Three Sons, Burke's Law, The New Phil Silvers Show, Kentucky Jones, Bonanza, The Big Valley, Ben Casey, Dr. Kildare (in a recurring role), Laredo, Occasional Wife, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., I Spy, Laredo, Hogan's Heroes, The F.B.I., Mission Impossible, The Fugitive, Mannix, The Invaders, The Odd Couple, Love, American Style, Marcus Welby, M.D., Cannon (TV series), Barnaby Jones, Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C., Boone, The Bronx Zoo, Charles in Charge, Ironside, and Jake and the Fatman, and in the episode "The Mask of Adonis" from the 1977 series Quinn Martin's Tales of the Unexpected (known in the United Kingdom as Twist in the Tale).
She guest-starred on the final Perry Mason episode, "The Case of the Final Fadeout," portraying Erna Landry, a 'nice-girl' actress of a television show. She played Sgt. Margo Demarest in Twelve O'Clock High Season 3, Episode 9 "The Fighter Pilot"
Mason also appeared in the films Because They're Young (her film debut, in an uncredited role), The Trouble with Girls, Making It and Christina, and the television movies Brigadoon, Carousel, A Storm in Summer, Escape, That Certain Summer, Outrage, Attack on Terror: The FBI vs. the Ku Klux Klan, Last of the Good Guys, The New Adventures of Heidi, and My Wicked, Wicked Ways: The Legend of Errol Flynn.
Her most recent appearances have been in the television film Fifteen and Pregnant and the 2008 film Model Rules, directed by Ray Nomoto Robison.
She was married to musician J. Raymond Henderson from 1960 to 1962. She married Lee Harman in 1972.
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