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Mary Tyler Moore –

About Mary Tyler Moore (1936 – 2017)
Mary Tyler Moore was born on December 29, 1936 in Brooklyn, New York.

Sometimes credited as Mary Moore. In 1955 Moore was a dancing kitchen appliance - Happy Hotpoint, the Hotpoint Appliance elf, in commercials generally broadcast during the popular TV program The Adventures Of Ozzie And Harriet.

Moore and her fellow performers received multiple Emmy awards for their work, on the Dick Van Dyke Show. Mary Tyler Moore played Laura Petrie, the charmingly loopy wife of Dick Van Dyke. The show became famous for its very clever writing and terrific comedy.

After working on movies for a few years, Moore decided, to return to TV, but on her terms. The result was The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970). Despite the opening credits of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, in which she throws a package of meat into her shopping cart, Moore was a vegetarian and a proponent of animal rights. One of the earliest TV portrayals of a woman who was happy and successful on her own rather than simply being a man's wife, The Mary Tyler Moore Show is generally included amongst the finest television programs ever produced in America.

In the 1980 Best Picture film ORDINARY PEOPLE, Mary Tyler Moore was nominated for a Best Actress Academy award, and won a Golden Glove Award for her portrayal of the grieving, bitter mother, Beth. In 1993 as an infamous smuggler, Mary Tyler Moore won her sixth Emmy Award in Stolen Babies. In 1996 Mary Tyler Moore was named as "Queen of Brooklyn" at the Welcome Back to Brooklyn Festiva.

While filming Mary And Rhonda in 2000, Mary Tyler Moore broke a bone in her wrist. Mary Tyler Moore founded MTM Enterprises in 1969 with ex-husband Grant Tinker. They sold the company in 1990. Only Mary Tyler Moore's voice and her legs were known to the viewer in the 1957 Richard Diamond, Private Detective television series.

On Broadway Mary Tyler Moore won a Tony Award for her performance in Whose Life Is It Anyway?

Mary Tyler Moore also guest starred on TV shows: That '70s Show (2006), and Lipstick Jungle (2008).

Mary Tyler Moore passed away on January 25, 2017.

Mary Tyler Moore's notable movie credits include...

Against The Current (2009)
Cheats (2002)
Labor Pains (2000)
Flirting With Disaster (1996)
Just Between Friends (1986)
Ordinary People (1980)
Change Of Habit (1969)
What's So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968)
X-15 (1961)


Mary Tyler Moore in
Ordinary People (1980).




Mary in The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966 TV Series).