Betty Garrett (May 23, 1919 – February 12, 2011) was an American actress, comedienne, singer and dancer who originally performed on Broadway before being signed to a film contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. While there, she appeared in several musical films before returning to Broadway and making guest appearances on several television series.
Later, she became known for the roles she played in two prominent 1970s sitcoms: Archie Bunker's liberal neighbor Irene Lorenzo in All in the Family and landlady Edna Babish in Laverne & Shirley.
In later years, Garrett appeared in television series such as Grey's Anatomy, Boston Public and Becker as well as in several Broadway plays and revivals.
Betty Garrett won a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film for a role of landlady Edna Babish in Laverne & Shirley.
Death of Betty Garrett Betty Garrett died of an aortic aneurysm in Los Angeles on February 12, 2011, Betty Garrett was 91 years old at the time of her death.
Henryk Mikolaj Górecki (December 6, 1933 – November 12, 2010) was a composer of contemporary classical music.
Death of Henryk Mikolaj Górecki Henryk Mikolaj Górecki died on 12 November 2010, in his home city of Katowice, of complications due to a lung infection. Henryk Mikolaj Górecki was 76 years old at the time of his death.
Greg Giraldo (December 10, 1965 - September 29, 2010) was an American stand-up comedian, television personality, insult comic and former lawyer. He died Wednesday, September 29, 2010, after being hospitalized on September 25 for an overdose of prescription medication.
Greg has appeared in Comedy Central's annual roasts roasting Chevy Chase, Pam Anderson, William Shatner, Jeff Foxworthy, Flavor Flav, Bob Saget, Joan Rivers, Larry the Cable Guy, and David Hasslehoff, as well as the TBS roast of Cheech & Chong.
Giraldo served as a judge during season seven of the NBC reality competition show Last Comic Standing.
Death Greg Giraldo On September 25, 2010, Giraldo overdosed on prescription pills in his New Jersey hotel room; he was discovered by a friend after failing to appear at a scheduled concert in New Brunswick, New Jersey. He was rushed to Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick. It is not known if the overdose was accidental or a suicide attempt. Giraldo's management company told the press the following day that he'd had "an accidental overdose, and he is in critical condition." On September 29, 2010, friend and fellow comedian Jim Norton confirmed the death of Greg Giraldo, due to complications from the overdose. His family was with him at the time of his death.
Harold V. Goldstein (December 10, 1923 – September 11, 2010), best known by his stage name Harold Gould, was an American actor best known for playing Martin Morgenstern in the 1970s sitcoms Rhoda and The Mary Tyler Moore Show and as Miles Webber on The Golden Girls. Gould acted in film and television for nearly 50 years, appearing in more than 300 television shows, 20 major motion pictures, and over 100 stage plays, and received Emmy Award nominations five times. He is known for playing elegant, well-dressed men, and he regularly played Jewish characters and grandfather-type figures on television and film
Gould worked steadily in television in the 1960s and early 1970s, including roles in Dennis the Menace, Dr. Kildare, Hazel, The Twilight Zone, Get Smart, Hogan's Heroes, The F.B.I., The Big Valley, Cannon and Mission: Impossible.
Gould played Miles Webber, the steadfast boyfriend of Rose Nylund (Betty White) on the NBC series The Golden Girls (he also played a different boyfriend of Rose's named Arnie in the show's first season). He portrayed the father of a villain called The Prankster on Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman and made guest appearances on television series such as Felicity, The King of Queens, Touched by an Angel, and Judging Amy. Gould's film roles in the 1990s and 2000s include appearances in Stuart Little, Patch Adams, Master of Disguise, the 2003 remake of Freaky Friday, Nobody's Perfect, and Whisper of the Heart.
Death of Harold Gould Gould lived in Los Angeles with his wife, Lea. Harold Gould died from prostate cancer on September 11, 2010. He is survived by two sons, Joshua and Lowell, and a daughter, Deborah. Harold Gould was 86 years old at the time of his death.
Paul Dedrick Gray (April 8, 1972 – May 24, 2010), also known by his number #2, or "The Pig", was an American musician best known as the bassist of the Grammy Award winning rock band Slipknot.
Death of Paul Gray On May 24, 2010, The Des Moines Register reported that Gray had been found dead at a room in the Town Plaza hotel in Urbandale, Iowa. He is survived by his wife Brenna. He and his wife were expecting their first child at the time of his death.
On June 21, 2010, autopsy results were released that stated Gray had died of an accidental overdose of morphine and fentanyl, and had also shown signs of "significant heart disease".
Slipknot - Wait and Bleed - Live at London Arena Paul Gray on Bass (left handed)
Born: Peter Aurness March 18, 1926 Minneapolis, Minnesota Died: March 14, 2010 (aged 83) Pacific Palisades, California
Peter Graves was an American film and television actor. He was known for his starring role in the television series Mission: Impossible from 1967 to 1973, and its revival, from 1988 to 1990. He was the younger brother of character actor James Arness.
Death of Peter Graves Graves died on March 14, 2010, just four days prior to his 84th birthday. He collapsed outside his home in Pacific Palisades, shortly after returning from a Sunday brunch with his family. His daughter tried to revive him, but failed. According to Graves' business manager, Graves died of a heart attack
Awards Peter Graves won a Golden Globe Award in 1971 for his role as Jim Phelps in the series Mission: Impossible. He won an Emmy Award for outstanding informational series in 1997 as host of A&E Biography
Hollywood Walk of Fame Peter Graves' star was added just 5 months before his death
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Peter Grave Filmography
* Winning Your Wings (1942) (short subject) * Up Front (1951) * Fort Defiance (1951) * The Congregation (1952) * Red Planet Mars (1952) * Stalag 17 (1953) * War Paint (1953) * East of Sumatra (1953) * Beneath the 12-Mile Reef (1953) * Killers from Space (1954) * The Yellow Tomahawk (1954) * The Raid (1954) * Black Tuesday (1954) * Fort Yuma (1955) * The Long Gray Line (1955) * Robbers' Roost (1955) * Wichita (1955) * The Naked Street (1955) * The Night of the Hunter (1955) * The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955) * It Conquered the World (1956) * Hold Back the Night (1956) * Canyon River (1956) * Beginning of the End (1957) * Bayou (1957) * Death in Small Doses (1957)
* Wolf Larsen (1958) * A Stranger in My Arms (1959) * A Rage to Live (1965) * Texas Across the River (1966) * The Ballad of Josie (1967) * Mission: Impossible vs. the Mob (1968) (compilation of episodes released to European theaters) * Sergeant Ryker (1968) * The Five Man Army (1969) * Where Have All The People Gone? (1974) (TV movie) * Scream of the Wolf (1974) * Sidecar Racers (1975) * The Mysterious Monsters (1976) (documentary) (narrator) * High Seas Hijack (1978) (in English version) * The Clonus Horror (1979) * Survival Run (1980) * Airplane! (1980) * The Guns and the Fury (1981) * Savannah Smiles (1982) * Airplane II: The Sequel (1982) * The Winds of War (1983) * Number One with a Bullet (1987) * War and Remembrance (1988) * Addams Family Values (1993) * House on Haunted Hill (1999) * Men in Black II (2002) * Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)
Kathryn Grayson (February 9, 1922 – February 17, 2010) was an American actress and operatic soprano singer.
Grayson was contracted to MGM and was given lead roles in such films as Show Boat (1951) and Kiss Me Kate (1953). She was paired with Howard Keel and Mario Lanza in some of her films.
She progressed to theatre work including the highly successful Camelot from 1962 until 1964. During the 1960s, she performed in several operas, including La bohème, Madama Butterfly, Orpheus in the Underworld and La traviata.
Personal life & Death of Kathryn Grayson In Hollywood she married twice, first to the actor John Shelton and then to the actor/singer Johnnie Johnston. Both marriages ended in divorce. Her second marriage produced her only child, her daughter Patricia Kathryn Johnston (b. October 7, 1948).
Grayson died in her sleep at her home in Los Angeles, California on February 17, 2010, at the age of 88
Kathryn Grayson and Carl Esmond - "You and the Waltz and I"
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1941 Andy Hardy's Private Secretary 1942 The Vanishing Virginian 1942 Rio Rita 1942 Seven Sweethearts 1943 Thousands Cheer 1945 Anchors Aweigh Susan Abbott 1946 Ziegfeld Follies 1946 Two Sisters from Boston 1946 Till the Clouds Roll By 1947 It Happened in Brooklyn 1948 The Kissing Bandit 1949 That Midnight Kiss 1949 Some of the Best 1950 The Toast of New Orleans 1951 Grounds for Marriage 1951 Show Boat 1952 Lovely to Look At 1953 The Desert Song 1953 So This Is Love 1953 Kiss Me Kate 1956 The Vagabond King 1977 The Amazing World of Psychic Phenomena 1994 A Century of Cinema 2003 Cole Porter in Hollywood: Too Darn Hot 2004 The Masters Behind the Musicals
James Gurley (December 22, 1939 – December 20, 2009) was an American musician. He is best known as the guitar player of Big Brother and the Holding Company, a psychedelic/acid rock band from San Francisco.
Relationship with Janis Joplin A few weeks after Janis Joplin joined the band, James began having an affair with her. Once James and Janis became involved, he moved out of the apartment he shared with his wife and moved in with Janis. According to Janis, that arrangement ended the day Nancy came barging through the front door of Janis's apartment. "What an embarrassing situation," Janis told Jim Langdon later. "His old lady comes marching into my bedroom with the kid and the dog and confronts us." James continued his affair with Janis for a while, but eventually returned to Nancy, who forgave both him and Janis, with whom she had a close friendship. In 1966, the members of Big Brother, along with their wives and children, all moved into a single house in Lagunitas, California.
Death of James Gurley James Gurley passed away on December 20, 2009, of a heart attack at home in Palm Desert, Ca, just two days before his 70th birthday.
Big Brother & The Holding Co. feat. Janis Joplin, James Gurley on Guitar
Henry Gibson (September 21, 1935 – September 14, 2009) was an American actor and songwriter, best known as a cast member of Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In and for his recurring role as Judge Clark Brown on Boston Legal.
Personal life of Henry Gibson On April 6, 1966, he married Lois Joan Geiger, with whom he had three sons: Jonathan David Gibson, Charles Alexander Gibson and James Gibson.She died on May 6, 2007
Gibson spent three years as part of the Laugh-In television show's cast. He often played "The Poet," reciting poems with "sharp satirical or political themes".Gibson would emerge from behind a stage flat, wearing a Nehru jacket and "hippie" beads and holding an outlandishly large artificial flower. He would state the "[Title of poem] — by Henry Gibson", bow stiffly from the waist, recite his poem, and return behind the flat
Death Henry Gibson On September 14, 2009, Gibson died of cancer at his home in Malibu, California, a week before his 74th birthday.
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Filmography The Nutty Professor (1963) Kiss Me, Stupid (1964) The Outlaws Is Coming (1965) Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In (1968-1971) Evil Roy Slade (1972) Every Man Needs One (1972) Charlotte's Web (1973) - Wilbur (voice) The Long Goodbye (1973) The Mini-Munsters (1973) - Mr. Grundy (voice) Nashville (1975) The New Original Wonder Woman (1975) - Nickolas The Last Remake of Beau Geste (1976) The Kentucky Fried Movie (1977) Escape from Bogen County (1977) Halloween is Grinch Night (1977) The Night They Took Miss Beautiful (1978) Amateur Night at the Dixie Bar and Grill (1979) A Perfect Couple (1979) The Halloween That Almost Wasn't (1979) - Igor, Count Dracula's butler The Blues Brothers (1980) - Head Nazi For the Love of It (1980) HealtH (1980) The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981) The Smurfs (1981) Tulips (1981) Nashville Grab (1981) The Biskitts (1982) Quincy M.E. (ep. "Murder on Ice") (1983) The Wuzzles (1985) Slow Burn (1986) The Blinkins (1986) Galaxy High School (1986) Monster in the Closet (1987) Long Gone (1987) Innerspace (1987) Switching Channels (1988) The 'Burbs (1989) Around the World in 80 Days (1989) Night Visitor (1989) Brenda Starr (1989) The Magic Balloon (1990) Return to Green Acres (1990) Gremlins 2: The New Batch (1990) Tune in Tomorrow... (1990) Tom and Jerry: The Movie (1993) Vault of Horror I (1994) AAAHH!!! Real Monsters (1994) The Bears Who Saved Christmas (1994) Cyber Bandits (1995) Daisy-Head Mayzie (1995) - The Cat in the Hat (voice) Escape to Witch Mountain (1995) - Ravetch Santo Bugito (1995) Color of a Brisk and Leaping Day (1996) Bio-Dome (1996) Mother Night (1996) Asylum (1997) Stranger in the Kingdom (1998) Rocket Power (1999) Magnolia (1999) Sunset Beach (1999) Mullitt (2000) The Luck of the Irish (2001) (TV) Rocket Power: Race Across New Zealand (2002) The Year That Trembled (2002) Teddy Bears' Picnic (2002) No Prom for Cindy (2002) The Commission (2003) The Goldfish (2003) Never Die Alone (2004) Boston Legal (2004-2008) Wedding Crashers (2005) Trapped Ashes (2006) Big Stan (2008)
Lucy Gordon (May 22, 1980 – May 20, 2009) was an English actress and model, born in Oxford. Gordon was found dead in her Paris flat, on 20 May 2009, two days before her 29th birthday.
Death of Lucy Gordon A French police official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the cause of death appeared to be suicide
Lucy Gordon Filmography 1999: 2point4 children (episode "After the Fox") as Lampety Jones 2001: Perfume as Sarah 2001: Serendipity as Caroline Mitchell 2002: The Four Feathers as Isabelle 2005: The Russian Dolls as Celia Shelburn 2007: Serial as Sadie Grady 2007: Spider-Man 3 as Jennifer Dugan 2008: Frost as Kate Hardwick 2009: Brief Interviews with Hideous Men as Hitchhiker 2009: Cinéman as Fernandel's friend 2010: Serge Gainsbourg, vie héroïque as Jane Birkin
Vern Gosdin (August 5, 1934 - April 28, 2009) was an American country music singer. He idolized The Louvin Brothers and The Blue Sky Boys as a young man and sang in a gospel quartet called The Gosdin Brothers. Nicknamed "The Voice," an inheritor of the soulful honky tonk style of Lefty Frizzell and Merle Haggard rose to the top of the business and notched hit after barroom hit. Some of these scored hits in the 1970s and 1980s, included "Chiseled in Stone," "Set 'em Up Joe," "I'm Still Crazy," "That Just About Does It," "If You're Gonna Do Me Wrong (Do It Right)," "Today My World Slipped Away," "Slow Burning Memory," "This Ain't My First Rodeo," "Way Down Deep" and "I Can Tell By The Way You Dance (You're Gonna Love Me Tonight)."
Death of Vern Gosdin Gosdin, who suffered a stroke at the start of April 2009, died peacefully in his sleep at a Nashville hospital the evening of April 28, 2009 at the age of 74
Kelly Groucutt (born Michael William Groucutt, (September 8, 1945 - February 19, 2009) was an English musician who was best known for being the bass player for the band Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), between 1974 and 1983. He was born in Coseley, Staffordshire.
Death of Kelly Groucutt Kelly Groucutt died of heart attack he suffered the previous night. Kelly Groucutt was 63 years old at the time of his death.
The first Electric Light Orchestra album to feature Kelly on bass guitar and as a backing vocalist was 1975's Face the Music. He continued contributing on the following albums A New World Record (1976), Out of the Blue (1977), Discovery (1979), Xanadu (1980) and Time (1981).
Groucutt remained with ELO until the onset of the recording sessions for 1983's Secret Messages album. It was at this juncture that he left the band, unhappy with royalty payments during his tenure, and made the decision to sue management and band leader Jeff Lynne. A settlement for the sum of £300,000 was reached out of court prior to proceedings. He is credited with playing bass on Secret Messages, although it has been stated from an official source that he only played on four songs.
In 2006 Groucutt married his second wife, long time girlfriend Anna-Maria Bialaga. He has four children and two grandchildren.
He took part in some of the many ELO spin-off groups: OrKestra, ELO Part 2, and The Orchestra. He toured worldwide with The Orchestra (Former members of ELO and ELO Part II) and also took part in tours as part of a local, little known band called Session 60.
John Arnold Griffin III (April 24, 1928 – July 25, 2008) was an American bop and hard bop tenor saxophonist.
Death of Johnny Griffin Johnny Griffin died in Availles-Limouzine, France, where he had lived for the past 24 years. Johnny Griffin was 80 years old at the time of his death. Cause of death is unknown for now. Griffin's wife Miriam found him dead before he was due to give a concert.
Johnny Griffin's last concert was July 21, 2008, in Hyères, France.
Early life and education Griffin studied music at DuSable High School under Walter Dyett, starting out on clarinet before moving on to oboe and then alto sax. While still at high school at age 15, Griffin was playing with T-Bone Walker in a band led by Walker's brother.
Early career Alto sax was still his instrument of choice when he joined Lionel Hampton's big band three days after his high school graduation, but Hampton encouraged him to take up the tenor, playing alongside Arnett Cobb. He first appeared on a Los Angeles recording with Hampton's band in 1945 at the age of 17.
In 1947, Griffin and fellow Hampton band member Joe Morris formed a sextet, where he remained for the next two years. His playing can be heard on various early Rhythm and Blues recordings for Atlantic Records. By 1951 Griffin was playing baritone sax in an R&B sextet led by former bandmate Arnett Cobb.
After returning to Chicago from two years in the Army, Griffin began establishing a reputation as one of the premiere saxophonists in that city. Thelonious Monk enthusiastically encouraged Orrin Keepnews of Riverside Records to sign the young tenor, but before he could act Blue Note Records had signed Griffin.
He joined Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers in 1957, and his recordings from that time include a memorable album joining together the Messengers and Thelonious Monk. Griffin then succeeded John Coltrane as a member of Monk's Five Spot quartet; he can be heard on the album "Thelonious Monk at the Five Spot."
Recordings As leader of his own band, his first Blue Note album Introducing Johnny Griffin in 1956, also featuring Wynton Kelly on piano, Curly Russell on bass and Max Roach on drums, brought him critical acclaim.
A 1957 Blue Note album A Blowing Session featured him with fellow tenor players John Coltrane and Hank Mobley. He played with Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers for a few months in 1957, and in the Thelonious Monk Sextet and Quartet (1958). During this period, he recorded a set with Clark Terry on Serenade To a Bus Seat featuring the rhythm trio of Wynton Kelly, Paul Chambers, and Philly Joe Jones.
At this stage in his career, Griffin was known as the "fastest tenor in the west", for the ease with which he could execute fast note runs with excellent intonation.
Subsequent to his three albums for Blue Note, Griffin did not get along with the label's house engineer Rudy Van Gelder, he recorded for the Riverside label.
From 1960 to 1962 he and Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis led their own quintet, recording several albums together.
Move to Europe He went to live in France in 1963, moving to the Netherlands in 1978. Apart from appearing regularly under his own name at jazz clubs such as London's Ronnie Scott's, Griffin became the "first choice" sax player for visiting US musicians touring the continent during the 60s and 70s. He briefly rejoined Monk's groups (an Octet and Nonet) in 1967.
Griffin and Davis met up again in 1970 and recorded Tough Tenors Again 'n' Again, and again with the Dizzy Gillespie Big 7 at the Montreux Jazz Festival. In 1965 he recorded some albums with Wes Montgomery. From 1967 to 1969, he formed part of The Kenny Clarke-Francy Boland Big Band, and in the late 70s, recorded with Peter Herbolzheimer And His Big Band, which also included, among others, Nat Adderley, Derek Watkins, Art Farmer, Slide Hampton, Jiggs Whigham, Herb Geller, Wilton Gaynair, Stan Getz, Gerry Mulligan, Rita Reys, Jean "Toots" Thielemans, Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen, Grady Tate, and Quincy Jones as arranger. He also recorded with the Nat Adderley Quintet in 1978, having previously recorded with Adderley in 1958.
His last concert, July 21, 2008 was played in Hyères, France. Johnny Griffin died in Availles-Limouzine, France, where he had lived for the past 24 years.
Selected discography Introducing Johnny Griffin (1956) A Blowing Session (1957) The Congregation (1957) Johnny Griffin Sextet (1958) The Little Giant (1959) The Big Soul Band (1960) White Gardenia (1961; Riverside Records) The Kerry Dancers and Other Swinging Folk (1961) Tough Tenor Favourites (1962) Grab This! (1962) The Man I Love (1967) Tough Tenors Again 'n' Again, with Eddie "Lockjaw" Davis (1970) Bush Dance (1978) That Old Feeling (Rita Reys, Trio Pim Jacobs ft. Johnny Griffin (1979) Take My Hand (1988) The Cat (1990) Dance of Passion (1992) Johnny Griffin/Steve Grossman Quintet (2000)
Estelle Getty (July 25, 1923 – July 22, 2008) was an Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning actress (theatre and screen). In her later years, she retired from acting and was battling Lewy Body dementia.
Death of Estelle Getty On July 22, 2008, at approximately 5:30 a.m. PDT, Getty died in her Hollywood Boulevard home in Los Angeles from natural causes (according to her manager), three days before her 85th birthday.
Each of Getty's former Golden Girls co-stars reflected on her death: Rue McClanahan told the Associated Press, "Don't feel sad about her passing. She will always be with us in her crowning achievement, Sophia." Bea Arthur said in a statement, "Our mother-daughter relationship was one of the greatest comic duos ever, and I will miss her." Betty White remarked, "The only comfort at this moment is that although Estelle has moved on, Sophia will always be with us."
In honor of Estelle, Lifetime TV, which airs The Golden Girls, announced that it will air ten episodes of the series featuring the best of Sophia on Friday, July 25. Fans can vote for their favorite episode on Lifetime's website. The winning episode will be aired last in the marathon.
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Estelle Getty Biography Getty was born Estelle Scher. She got her start in the Yiddish theater, and her most important early role was playing Harvey Fierstein's mother on Broadway in the play Torch Song Trilogy. However, she is best known for her role as Sophia Petrillo on the popular 1980s sitcom, The Golden Girls. In it, she played the wise-cracking old Sicilian mother of Dorothy Zbornak, who was the show's main protagonist, played by Beatrice Arthur. Getty was actually one year younger than Arthur.
She was married to Arthur Gettleman (from whose name she adapted her stage name) from 1946 until his death in 2004. Getty had two grown sons: Carl Gettleman, who lives in California, and Barry Gettleman, who lives in Florida.
She wrote her autobiography, with Steve Delsohn, titled If I Knew Then, What I Know Now. . .So What? (Contemporary Books, 1988).
In 1991 Estelle Getty opened her heart to her nephew, Steven Scher (age 29), who was in the final stages of AIDS and near death in 1991. With Steve's parents living in England and his friends no longer able to care for him in Greensboro, North Carolina, Estelle had Steve flown out to California where she admitted him to hospice care. Steve died in January 1992. An extensive account of her act of charity was published in STAR Magazine.
In 2000, she stopped making public appearances after revealing that she had Parkinson's Disease and osteoporosis. In 2002, it was revealed to the media that she was also suffering from Alzheimer's Disease. It was later discovered that she actually had Lewy Body Dementia, and both the Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diagnoses were incorrect. In 2003, there was a Golden Girls reunion hosted on the Lifetime television network but Getty did not appear in it due to her failing health.
Emmy Awards 1992 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1991 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1990 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1989 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1988 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Won) 1987 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1986 - Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated)
Golden Globe Awards 1991 - Actress In A Supporting Role - Series, Mini-Series Or Television Movie - The Golden Girls - (Nominated) 1986 - Actress In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Won) 1985 - Actress In A Leading Role - Musical Or Comedy Series - The Golden Girls - (Nominated)
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