Marilyn Hall, Emmy-winning producer and wife of Monty Hall, dies at 90

Marilyn Hall, the Emmy Award-winning producer and wife of Monty Hall, has died at the age of 90.

Hall won an Emmy for producing the 1985 TV movie "Do You Remember Love," starring Joanne Woodward and Richard Kiley.

Her other credits include 1982's "A Woman Called Golda," starring Ingrid Bergman; "Nadia," the 1984 biopic about Olympic gymnast Nadia Comăneci; the 1989 PBS miniseries "The Ginger Tree"; and the 2007 feature film "The Little Traitor." In the theater, she's credited as an associate producer on the musical "Jelly's Last Jam" and "Angels in America."

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Jewish Home for the Aging celebrates 90th birthday. Pic. shows honoree Monty Hall and wife Marilyn Hall. (Photo by Lawrence K. Ho/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images)
Television game show host Monty Hall (C), known for his program "Let's Make A Deal," shares a laugh with Britiain's Prince Philip and Hall's wife Marilyn at the recent Variety Clubs Childrens' International Convention in London. REUTERS/Doug Mckenzie/Shefrin Co. FSP/SV/BK
Television personality Monty Hall, with his wife Marilyn, daughter Joanna and son-in-law Paul, attending a Harvest Moon dinner at the Beverly Hills Hilton, November 1976. (Photo by Frank Edwards/Archive Photos/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS - APRIL 24 : (L to R) Former television host Monty Hall makes a point with his wife Marilyn during the inaugural internationally televised programme 'Temple of the Air' at the Four Season Hotel Beverly Hills on April 24, 2003 in Beverly Hills, California. The event honoured and raised funds to televise and distribute 'Temple of the Air' a programme designed to reach hundreds of thousands unable to attend a synagogue on the high holidays. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - SEPTEMBER 22: (L-R) Guest Marilyn Hall, TV Host Monty Hall and guest Edna Weiss attend the premiere of 'Take Me Out' at The Geffen Playhouse at the Brentwood Theatre on September 22, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Stephen Shugerman/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JANUARY 31: (L-R) Television host Monty Hall and his wife Marilyn Hall attend the Carol Channing Birthday Celebration at the Beverly Hills Hotel on January 31, 2005 in Beverly Hills, California. The event was sponsored by the Beverly Hills Theater Guild. (Photo by Frederick M. Brown/Getty Images)
WESTWOOD, CA - MAY 1: Actor Monty Hall and Marilyn Hall arrive at the Geffen Playhouse for Backstage at the Geffen Playhouse's Annual Gala featuring a star-studded lineup of celebrity performers and VIP guests celebrating the Geffen's past and present in the newly renovated Geffen Playhouse on May 1, 2006 in Westwood, California. (Photo by John M. Heller/Getty Images)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JUNE 4: Marilyn Hall and Monty Hall attend the The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences 10th Anniversary Celebration of The Archive Of American Television at Crustacean on June 4, 2007 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by John M. Heller/Getty Images)
Monty Hall (right) and Marilyn Hall during 10th Anniversary of The Archive of American TV - Red Carpet and Inside at Crustacean in Beverly Hills, California, United States. (Photo by Mathew Imaging/FilmMagic)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - SEPTEMBER 02: TV personality Monty Hall (R) and wife Marilyn Hall attend The Taste of Beverly Hills wine & food festival opening night on September 2, 2010 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 3: Marilyn Hall, Monty Hall, Jeff Goldstein, General Sales Manager Warner Bros. Pictures and wife Wendy Goldstein pose during the ribbon cutting ceremony of the new Variety Boys & Girls Club building of Boyle Heights on November 3, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ryan Miller/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES, CA - DECEMBER 15: Marilyn Hall (L) and honoree Monty Hall (R) pose during the Heart of Show Business Benefit Luncheon honoring Monty Hall to benefit Variety the Children's Charity of Southern California at Skirball Center on December 15, 2011 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Ryan Miller/Getty Images)
PALM SPRINGS, CA - JANUARY 04: Monty Hall and Marilyn Hall arrive at the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
PALM SPRINGS, CA - JANUARY 04: Monty Hall and Marilyn Hall arrive at the 25th annual Palm Springs International Film Festival awards gala at Palm Springs Convention Center on January 4, 2014 in Palm Springs, California. (Photo by Steve Granitz/WireImage)
BEVERLY HILLS, CA - JUNE 16: Marilyn Plottel, a guest and Monty Hall attend 40th Annual Daytime Entertaimment Emmy Awards - Arrivals at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on June 16, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. (Photo by Allen Berezovsky/WireImage)

Hall married her husband, the legendary host of "Let's Make a Deal," in 1947 before moving to the U.S. from Canada and becoming citizens in 1949.

She is survived by her husband and their three children, Tony-winning actress Joanna Gleason, Endemol Shine Studios President Sharon Hall, and producer Richard Hall, as well as her five grandchildren and sister Peggy.

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