Marion Ramsay died at the age of 73, her representative sadly confirmed.
The cause of death has not been determined, although the actress has been ill in recent days, according to what he reported Limit.
She is best known for playing Officer Laverne Hawkes in the Police Academy.
The film was a huge success as it spawned five sequels over the next five years with Marion appearing in them all.
Marion began her career on stage and starred in the original Broadway and the next touring productions of Hello, Dolly!.
She also starred opposite Bette Davis in the musical Miss Moffat.
Another memorable role was on the 1978 hit Broadway show Eubie !.
Her television career began with a guest appearance in the 1976 sitcom The Jeffersons.
She also became a regular on the Bill Cosby Sketch Show.
In 1984, she got her most famous role in the Police Academy.
She became a superstar thanks to her high-pitched voice.
Marion reprized the role in the 1993 video John Virgo: Playing for Laughs and in the 2006 episode of Robot Chicken.
Her other TV credits include Modern Family, Beverly Hills, 90210, and MacGyver.
Her last known role was in Lavalantula, a thriller TV movie.
She reunited with her Police Academy co-star Steve Gutenberg for the movie.
Marion was also a singer and songwriter.
She did not have any children.
The TV star has survived her three siblings.
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