Marya Parmanova
Marya with Hogan
Rank Spy
Enlisted In Allied Forces, NKVD (?)
Serial Number
Appearances Full List of Appearances
Actor Nita Talbot

Marya Parmanova (Russian: Маря Парманова) is a minor secondary fictional character who appeared in several episodes of the 1960s sitcom, Hogan's Heroes. She was played by Nita Talbot.  

About Marya Edit

Marya was born in Russia on August 10, 1911 (speculation).

Marya is a Russian spy working in Europe.

She is once located in Paris, working out of a White Russian café. She has some influence on the head of the Paris Gestapo, and therefore also knew about the prisoners he has under his charge, including, at the time, Tiger Lily. Colonel Hogan, after having heard of Tiger's capture, secretly goes to Paris with LeBeau. He asks Marya for assistance, which she gives him after Hogan promises to give her information on several secret German fighter bases. The operation is a success.

Marya would team up with Hogan and his men on several more occasions. Each time, she is seen acting as if she is the assistant and/or lover of a Nazi officer.

Despite her proving each time they work together that she is on their side, Hogan doesn't completely trust her. LeBeau, on the other hand, seems to have fallen in love with her.

Interestingly, Marya is the one character in the series to consistently get the better of Hogan. Though the two of them always work towards the same goal (defeat of Nazi Germany, frustration and delay of the German war effort, etc), Marya demonstrates the unique ability to outmanuver Hogan.

After World War II Edit

Nothing is known of Marya's fate after the conclusion of World War II.

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