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Mary Tyler Moore | 1936-2017

Mary Tyler Moore, beloved TV icon who symbolized the independent career woman, dies at 80

Mary Tyler Moore, the multiple Emmy-winning actress who became a beloved TV icon on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show," has died.

Onscreen and onstage, Mary Tyler Moore was more than Mary Richards or Laura Petrie

Roundup of memorable roles by Mary Tyler Moore that went beyond her beloved turns on TV with her own show and "The Dick Van Dyke Show."

'Who didn't love her?': Mary Tyler Moore is remembered by celebrities as an inspiration, trailblazer

Mary Tyler Moore's reach in the entertainment industry is apparent as celebrities remember her on social media. "Who didn't love her?"

Mary Tyler Moore portrayed intelligent, independent characters who were generous of spirit

Mary Tyler Moore, who died Wednesday at age 80, was the second great woman of television. Lucille Ball  only preceded her in time; in cultural impact, both in

Mary Tyler Moore's taboo-breaking shows seen in new light

With Mary Tyler Moore receiving a Life Achievement Award from the Screen Actors Guild, the star's groundbreaking work on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' is being compared to new female-centered comedies

'The Dick Van Dyke Show' is back on CBS in living color

'The Dick Van Dyke' show gets the colorization treatment in new special

'Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration' offers a shallow look at a world-changer

The PBS documentary 'Mary Tyler Moore: A Celebration' is worthwhile, but it rarely delves deep into the actress' life and her influence on TV, the culture and multiple generations of women.

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