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Mary Tyler Moore Overview:

Actress, Mary Tyler Moore, was born on Dec 29, 1936 in Brooklyn, NY. Tyler Moore died at the age of 80 on Jan 25, 2017 in Greenwich, CT .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Tyler Moore was nominated for one Oscar, she never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1980Best ActressOrdinary People (1980)Beth JarrettNominated
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She was honored with one star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Television. In addition, Tyler Moore was inducted into the TV Hall of Fame .

BlogHub Articles:

Remembering : ORDINARY PEOPLE (1980)

By Lara on Jan 28, 2017 From Backlots

’s death on Wednesday?was a huge loss for the entertainment industry. It is hard to overstate the importance of ’s influence in shaping how women are portrayed onscreen, and in paving the way for more nuanced female characters. Onscreen, Moore took the sta... Read full article


The Show

By Irish Jayhawk on Jul 15, 2013 From Outspoken and Freckled

The Show was a landmark TV show that ran for seven seasons, from 1970-1977. It was a ground-breaking show named after it's central character's (Mary Richard) real name of the well-known TV actress . As arguably the first (and many may say the best) true ensemble cast... Read full article


The Show

By Irish Jayhawk on Jul 15, 2013 From Outspoken and Freckled

The Show was a landmark TV show that ran for seven seasons, from 1970-1977. It was a ground-breaking show named after it's central character's (Mary Richard) real name of the well-known TV actress . As arguably the first (and many may say the best) true ensemble cast... Read full article


: A tribute (for the Funny Lady Blogathon)

By Lindsey on Jun 29, 2013 From The Motion Pictures

covers TV Guide. (Image: movieandsports.com) TMP is largely a mid-20th century film blog, but as you may have noticed I also like to talk about classic television from time to time. One of my favorite classic television series is The Dick Van Dyke Show, which I’ve been re-watc... Read full article


Classic TV Actress of the Month: (Part 3)

By monty on Jun 14, 2013 From All Good Things

Continuing with my spotlight on this month's classic TV actress, . Here are some personal quotes by Mary over the years. Sometimes you have to get to know someone really well to realize you're really strangers. There is a dark side. I tend not to be as optimistic as Mary Richar... Read full article


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Mary Tyler Moore Quotes:

Sister Irene: I think our neighbours are Catholic.
Sister Michelle: Yes, it's too bad they're not Christian.


Amigo: [speech balloon] Oh Boy! Grapes.
Pete: What the hell is that?
Liz: Get a load o' that beak!
Pete: Come on, you. Hey! Hey! Those are *my* grapes.
Liz: Oh, let 'im eat 'em. He's probably hungry.
Pete: Oh sure. Make a pet out of him, get emotionally involved. That what you want?
Liz: I don't care if you have him for breakfast.


Miss Dorothy Brown: Operator, you have obviously never been in a Chinese opium den!


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She recently testified before Congress (along with actors Kevin Kline and Jonathan Lipnicki and former astronaut Jim Lovell, commander of Apollo 13) calling for an increase in funding for diabetes research and support embryonic stem cell research, which she called "truly life affirming." Also present in the hearing room were about 200 children with diabetes and their families, who were in town for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International Children's Congress 2001. [2001]

Close friend of Bernadette Peters.

Kent cigarettes was one of the sponsors of "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961) and would regularly hand out free cartons of Kents to the cast and crew. During an interview with David Letterman, Mary confessed that she didn't like Kents, so she'd always take her share of the cartons and trade them in at the local store for her preferred brand.

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