Marand was nominated for a Tony Award for the 1966 musical. She also appeared on Broadway in "Wish You Were Here," the hit 1952 musical set it a Catskill resort. The show was best known for its on-stage swimming pool and its popular title song.
Marand was a regular in summer stock, on television's "Merv Griffin Show" and often performed with symphony orchestras as well as at New York night spots.
Survivors include her husband, Irving Salem.