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1936 – Born on December 29th in Brooklyn, New York. Mary Tyler Moore is an actress and dancer best known for her roles in two classic sitcoms, The Dick Van Dyke Show  and in Mary Tyler Moore Show. 1955 – Married to Richard Meeker. 1961 – Known for her roles in two classic sitcoms, as ..

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US television host   Born- 1915-  Baltimore, Maryland   1937- he worked for Baltimore radio station WBAL as an announcer, writer and actor/comedian   1947-50- During television’s earliest years, he made tentative steps into the new medium as a panelist and guest host on quiz and musical shows and by 1950 was rewarded with his own ..

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1953 – He was born on the 3rd day of November this year in Pennsylvania.   1971 – He graduated from Keystone Oaks High School.   1980 – He hosted The Trolley Show, a Saturday-afternoon newsmagazine for teenagers, on Pittsburgh’s KDKA-TV.   1985 – Miller’s big break came this year when he was discovered by ..

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1950 – A comedian who’s real name is George Wade Dornberger was born on the 17th day of February this year in Seattle, Washington.   1971 – He first performed standup at age 21.   1976 – He made his network television debut on The Tonight Show in this year. He appeared on national television ..

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1929 – Born in Queens, New York on the 20th of September. 1954 – Meara has been married to Stiller. 1970 – Meara and Stiller wrote and performed many radio commercials together for Blue Nun Wine. 1982 – Meara co-starred along side Carroll O’Connor and Martin Balsam hit sit-com Archie Bunker’s Place. 1980 – She ..

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    1931 – He was born on the 9th day of June this year in Sheboygan, Wisconsin. He graduated with a BA from City College of New York and (at the age of 25) was ordained as a rabbi in Latrobe, Pennsylvania.[1] Three years later he resigned the post to become a comedian.   ..

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1945-  Born on August 14th in Waco, Texas. An American comedian, writer, and producer who began his career as a stand up comic and eventually achieved success in motion pictures, television, Broadway, and literature. 1967 – He accepted a contract to write for the hit television show The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. 1969 – He ..

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1887 – Born on March 22nd in New York, New York. American comedian.          – Chico was the brother who guided the Marxes to stardom.          – Secured the Brothers their first international (London) booking, their first Broadway show and their MGM contract with Irving Thalberg, among other successes. 1917 – Married to ..

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1890 – Born on October 2nd in New York City. The bushy-browed, cigar-smoking, wisecraker with the painted on mustache and stooped walk was the leader of the Marx Brothers.     1920 – Married to Ruth Johnson February 4th.       1929-1941 – Marx Brothers did their best known movies for 12 years.     ..

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1988 – Born on November 23rd in New York City. 1932-1933 – He played the role of "Pinky" in both Horse Feathers and Duck Soup. 1936 – Married to Susan Fleming on September 28th. 1964 – Died of heart failure on September 28th in Los Angeles, California. 2.9 / 5 ( ..

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