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Mary Tyler Moore Praised as '2nd Great Woman of TV'
Mary Tyler Moore Praised as
'2nd Great Woman of TV'

Mary Tyler Moore Praised as '2nd Great Woman of TV'

She 'was a once-in-a-generation talent'

(Newser) - Hollywood has been deeply saddened by the loss of one of television's greatest stars: Mary Tyler Moore, who died Wednesday at the age of 80 . Co-stars and fans describe the Dick Van Dyke Show and Mary Tyler Moore Show star as a uniquely gifted woman who blazed a trail...

Family Saying Goodbye to Mary Tyler Moore: Report
Mary Tyler Moore
Dead at 80

Mary Tyler Moore Dead at 80

Iconic star had family, friends nearby

(Newser) - Mary Tyler Moore died Wednesday at age 80, her publicist confirms to the AP . Sources previously told TMZ that family members were at the hospital saying goodbye, and Moore's publicist says she was surrounded by family and friends when she died. Moore, star of her own show as well...

Mary Tyler Moore Nearly Blind, Say Friends

Betty White says diabetes has taken a toll

(Newser) - More than four decades of dealing with diabetes has left Mary Tyler Moore nearly blind, reports Closer Weekly . Its story isn't based on anonymous sources but familiar ones: "Her eyesight is what the big problem is right now,” says longtime friend Betty White. "She is almost...

Mary Tyler Moore to Undergo Brain Surgery

Rep says the procedure is 'fairly routine'

(Newser) - Mary Tyler Moore will undergo brain surgery, her rep tells People . A meningioma, a benign tumor on the brain's lining tissue, will be removed. Her rep says Moore's neurologist "has been monitoring this for years" and that the procedure is "fairly routine." Click for a...

Johnny (Sorry, Jay) Top TV Icon
Johnny (Sorry, Jay) Top TV Icon

Johnny (Sorry, Jay) Top TV Icon

The famous faces of TV are (nearly) all present in this Hall of Fame

(Newser) - Letterman and Stewart made the cut, but Leno got stiffed when Entertainment Weekly and TV Land did their list of the top 50 TV icons. Leading the list, of course, the guy who started it all:
  1. Johnny Carson
  2. Lucille Ball
  3. Oprah Winfrey

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