Marion Ramsey

Marion Ramsey
Occupation(s) Actress, singer and songwriter

Marion Ramsey is an American actress and singer. She was a regular on the series Cos but is best known for her role as the timid Officer Laverne Hooks in the Police Academy movies. Recently she has also appeared in the films Recipe for Disaster and Return to Babylon, and in the television films for SyFy, such as Lavalantula and 2 Lava 2 Lantula.


Film and television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2012 DaZe Vol. Too (sic) - NonSeNse Ms. Thenusda Norbuckle
2012 Return to Babylon Barbara's Maid
2011 Modern Family Lady in salon "Two Monkeys and a Panda"
2009 Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! Harriet
2007 The Stolen Moments of September Ms. Henshaw
2007 Lord Help Us Doretha Jackson
2006 Robot Chicken Laverne Hooks/Teacher
2003 Recipe for Disaster (2003) Motorcycle Cop
2001 Maniacts Hooker
1994 The Nanny Woman in Audience
1993 Daddy Dearest Cop #2
1993 John Virgo: Playing for Laughs Officer Hooks
1993 Johnny Bago Nurse Roberta 'Bobbie' Thompson
1991 Beverly Hills, 90210
1990 MacGyver
1989 Police Academy 6: City Under Siege Sgt. Laverne Hooks
1988 Police Academy 5: Assignment Miami Beach Sgt. Laverne Hooks
1987 Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol Sgt. Laverne Hooks aka Citizens on Patrol: Police Academy 4 (UK: poster title)
1986 Police Academy 3: Back in Training Sgt. Laverne Hooks
1985 Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment Officer Laverne Hooks
1984 Family Secrets Linda Jones
1984 Police Academy Cadet Laverne Hooks aka Police Academy: What an Institution! (UK: video title)
1976 Cos Various Regular role
1975 Keep on Truckin' Various Regular role
1976 The Jeffersons Tracy Davis

Work as a musician

Marion is a highly talented singer and songwriter, who has written songs with Haras Fyre (composer of "Supernatural Thing," "This Time I'll Be Sweeter," "Satan's Daughter" for Gary Glitter, etc.).


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