‘The Munsters’: Pat Priest—AKA Marilyn Munster—Is Reportedly Appearing In Rob Zombie’s Reboot

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Mockingbird Lane is abuzz today with an exciting new casting report. According to a Mirror Studios Inc Instagram post, Pat Priest will be making an appearance in Rob Zombie’s forthcoming reboot of The Munsters. Pat Priest is famous for playing Marilyn Munster during its initial run, starting back in 1964.

While Priest was not the initial star to portray the role of Marilyn Munster, she went on play the role for the majority of the show’s initial run. The first person to play the role of Marilyn was Beverly Owen who left The Munsters after 13 episodes.

We’re really excited to see that Priest is involved with Zombie’s production of The Munsters, and we can’t help but wonder if any other original cast members may make an appearance. The photo update from Mirror Studios is beautiful, and we can’t wait to see (or hear) how much Priest is involved in The Munsters (2022).

Check out The Munsters Instagram update right here:

The latest cast for the reboot includes Sherri Moon Zombie as Lily Munster, Jeff Daniel Philips as Herman Munster, and Daniel Roebuck as Grandpa Munster. Subsequently, the original cast of The Munsters featured Fred Gwynne, Yvonne de Carlo, Beverly Owen, Butch Patrick, and Al Lewis as Grandpa Munster. Together, the group played the average nuclear American family. But with a twist—they were a clan of monsters! 

Lastly, there’s still no word if The Munsters will head to theaters, or if it’ll be exclusive through the streamer Peacock sometime this year.

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