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Mary Tyler Moore Biography and Filmography
Mary Tyler Moore
Birthday: December 29, 1936
Birth Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 5' 8"
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Born in Brooklyn, NY, on December 29, 1936, actress/dancer/rubberfaced comedienne Mary Tyler Moore went on to star in the definitive television comedies of both the 1960s and the 1970s: The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966) and The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970-1977). For her performances as Laura Petrie and Mary Richards, Moore won five Emmy Awards, in 1965, 1966, 1973, 1974, and 1976.Moore got her start in television commercials, acting as Happy Hotpoint, the Hotpoint Appliance Elf during The Ozzie and Harriet Show in 1955. She then progressed to a stint as the disembodied voice and legs of Sam, the answering service lady, on Richard Diamond, Private Detective (1957-1960). Three unsuccessful shows and a series of TV specials followed her more notable series: Mary (1978), the Mary Tyler Moore Hour (1979), and Mary (1985-1986). Her dramatic career took off in 1981, when she was nominated for an Academy Award for her portrayal of the repressed mother in Ordinary People. Moore had Broadway success with Whose Life Is It Anyway?, appeared in the highly acclaimed Finnegan, Begin Again with Robert Preston on HBO, and won a CableACE Award in 1993 for her performance as an evil orphanage director in Stolen Babies. In 1996, Moore gained the appreciation of a new generation of fans with her hilarious turn as Ben Stiller's neurotic mother in David O. Russell's Flirting With Disaster. She also experienced a sort of renaissance through her mention in other films, notably Douglas Keeve's 1995 frockumentary Unzipped, which featured a beatific Isaac Mizrahi extolling the virtues of The Mary Tyler Moore Show and singing its theme song. In addition to her television and film work, Moore, as a well-known diabetic, has been a longtime representative of the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation.
Good Old Fashioned Lover Boy (2006)
[ Mary Moore ]
Sweet Lady (2006)
[ Mary Moore ]
Snow Wonder (2005)
[ Jennifer Esposito ][ Poppy Montgomery ][ Mary Moore ][ Camryn Manheim ][ Michelle Krusiec ]
The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited (2004)
[ Mary Moore ]
Blessings (2003)
[ Kathleen Quinlan ][ Mary Moore ][ China Chow ][ Laura Regan ]
The Gin Game (2003)
[ Mary Moore ]
Miss Lettie and Me (2002)
[ Mary Moore ]
Cheats (2002)
[ Jewel Staite ][ Mary Moore ][ Tania Saulnier ]
Like Mother Like Son: The Strange Story of Sante and Kenny Kimes (2001)
[ Mary Moore ][ Anne Murray ]
Mary and Rhoda (2000)
[ Mary Moore ][ Bethany Joy Lenz ][ Joan Jett ][ Robin Weigert ]
Labor Pains (2000)
[ Kyra Sedgwick ][ Mary Moore ][ Lela Rochon ][ Elizabeth Ashley ]
Good as Gold (2000)
[ Mary Moore ]
Keys to Tulsa (1997)
[ Cameron Diaz ][ Deborah Unger ][ Mary Moore ][ Joanna Going ]
Payback (1997)
[ Annette O'Toole ][ Mary Moore ]
The Spa (1997)
[ Mary Moore ]
A Year in the Life (1997)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Sister Show (1997)
[ Mary Moore ]
Freccia azzurra, La (1996)
[ Mary Moore ]
Flirting with Disaster (1996)
[ Patricia Arquette ][ Tea Leoni ][ Lily Tomlin ][ Mary Moore ][ Suzanne Snyder ]
Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden (1996)
[ Mary Moore ][ Shirley Knight ]
Stolen Babies (1993)
[ Lea Thompson ][ Kathleen Quinlan ][ Mary Moore ]
Thanksgiving Day (1990)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Last Best Year (1990)
[ Bernadette Peters ][ Mary Moore ][ Erika Alexander ]
Lincoln (1988)
[ Mary Moore ]
Just Between Friends (1986)
[ Mary Moore ][ Christina Lahti ]
Finnegan Begin Again (1985)
[ Mary Moore ]
Heartsounds (1984)
[ Wendy Crewson ][ Mary Moore ]
Six Weeks (1982)
[ Mary Moore ][ Susan Egan ]
Ordinary People (1980)
[ Elizabeth McGovern ][ Mary Moore ][ Dinah Manoff ]
First, You Cry (1978)
[ Mary Moore ][ Jennifer Warren ]
Mary's Incredible Dream (1976)
[ Mary Moore ]
The First Day (1975)
[ Mary Moore ]
Along Comes Mary (1975)
[ Mary Moore ]
Rhoda's Wedding: Part 1 (1974)
[ Mary Moore ]
Rhoda's Wedding: Part 2 (1974)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Mary Moore ]
Pop Goes the Question (1974)
[ Mary Moore ]
Two Wrongs Don't Make a Writer (1974)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Co-Producers (1974)
WJM Tries Harder (1974)
[ Mary Moore ]
Happy Birthday, Lou! (1973)
[ Mary Moore ]
Run a Crooked Mile (1969)
[ Mary Moore ][ Margaret Nolan ]
Change of Habit (1969)
[ Mary Moore ]
Don't Just Stand There! (1968)
[ Mary Moore ][ Glynis Johns ]
What's So Bad About Feeling Good? (1968)
[ Mary Moore ][ Susan Saint James ]
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
[ Julie Andrews ][ Mary Moore ][ Carol Channing ]
A Day in the Life of Alan Brady (1966)
[ Mary Moore ]
Dear Sally Rogers (1966)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Gunslinger (1966)
[ Mary Moore ]
You Ought to Be in Pictures (1966)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Dick Van Dyke Show Cast (1962)
[ Mary Moore ]
X-15 (1961)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Comics (1961)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Fatal Impulse (1960)
[ Mary Moore ]
Vanessa Vanishes (1960)
[ Mary Moore ]
Typhoon (1960)
[ Mary Moore ]
The O'Mara's Ladies (1960)
[ Mary Moore ]
Thanks for Tomorrow (1959)
[ Mary Moore ]
The Kookie Caper (1959)
[ Mary Moore ][ Sherry Jackson ]
Woman in the River (1959)
[ Mary Moore ]
Operation Strike Force (1959)
Once Upon a Horse... (1958)
[ Mary Moore ]
  • Broke a bone in her wrist while filming Mary and Rhoda (2000) (TV)
  • Her son, Richie, was born only 3 months earlier than her own 40-year-old mother's last child.
  • Left dancing for acting because it "lacked the spotlight," and she "really wanted to be a star."
  • First TV appearance was in 1955 as "Happy Hotpoint" the Hotpoint Appliance elf, in commercials aired during the "The Adventures of Ozzie & Harriet" (1952) TV show.
  • Strong animal rights activist.
  • Entered Betty Ford clinic for "Social Drinking Habit" [1984]
  • Son Richie's death in 1980 considered accidental, not suicide (hair trigger on gun went off - gun later removed from market for same reason)
  • Vegetarian.
  • Celebrity sponsor of the Great American Meatout, March 20, 2001.
  • Diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes (insulin dependent) over 30 years ago.
  • 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]
  • Told David Letterman that her (and others') nickname for Dick Van Dyke when they did the "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961) together was Penis Von Lesbian, a play on his real name.
  • Bronze statue capturing her character Mary's signature hat-toss went on display May 8, 2002 at the Minneapolis intersection where the scene for "Mary Tyler Moore" (1970) was originally filmed. On hand for the ceremony, Moore tossed her tam, but this time, into an appreciative downtown crowd.
  • Founded MTM Enterprises in 1969 with ex-husband Grant Tinker. Sold the company in 1990.
  • Appeared in the Broadway play "Sweet Sue" in 1988 with Lynn Redgrave and a fully nude Barry Tubb.
  • Mary Tyler Moore portrayed the first Sam, who was in charge of the answering service on CBS Television's "Richard Diamond, Private Detective" (1957). Only her voice and her legs were known to the viewer.
  • Measurements: 36-28-36 (in "Happy Hotpoint" ads as a young starlet), 36-24-36 (on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961)), 36C/D-25-36 (after 1990 implants - removed in 1991) (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Walked out of the Neil Simon play "Rose's Dilemma" in December, 2003, citing problems with the playwright. Reportedly he sent her an insulting note prior to an appearance regarding her failure to memorize lines. The problem was that he had kept rewriting her lines and expected her to learn them on the spot. She was replaced by actress Patricia Hodges, but the play closed two months later to poor reviews.
  • Was named as "Queen of Brooklyn" at the Welcome Back to Brooklyn Festival in 1996
  • Was paired with Richard Chamberlain in 1967 for "Holly Golightly," a musical adaptation of Truman Capote's earlier novel (and film), Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961). When it became obvious during pre-Broadway tryouts that no amount of play-doctoring was going to save a potentially disasterous show, producer David Merrick announced that he was closing the show one week prior to it's scheduled Broadway opening, as he put it, "out of consideration for the audience."
  • Was a heavy smoker during the time "The Dick Van Dyke Show" (1961) was in production. Has since quit. She was trying to quit smoking during filming directed by Carl Reiner when she discovered that she was going to be off-screen for the majority of the episode.
  • She won Tony Awards in 1980 and in 1985. She won in 1980 after taking over the lead in the play "Whose Life Is It Anyway?". She was so good that she was given a special Tony because she was not eligible for a traditional nomination due to being a replacement performer. She won in 1985 when her company, MTM, backed the revival of the play "Joe Egg".
  • MTM's mascot is a cute orange-striped kitten named Mimsie.
  • Is, to the day, 2 years older than Jon Voight.
  • The kitten that was the mascot for Mary's company, MTM Enterprises, would meow at the end of all MTM shows. In addition, it would even "wear costumes" reflecting the theme of the MTM show: At the end of each "St. Elsewhere" episode, the kitty is seen wearing a surgical mask and it had a policeman's hat tilted on its head at the end of "Hill Street Blues." and a detective's hat and pipe at the end of "Remmington Steele"

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