Mary Tyler Moore filmography and awards

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The original cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, 1970. Top: Valerie Harper (Rhoda), Ed Asner (Lou Grant), Cloris Leachman (Phyllis). Bottom: Gavin MacLeod (Murray), Moore, Ted Knight (Ted).

Mary Tyler Moore (December 29, 1936 – January 25, 2017) was an American actress, known for her roles in the television sitcoms The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970–77), in which she starred as Mary Richards, a thirtyish single woman who worked as a local news producer in Minneapolis, and The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961–66), in which she played Laura Petrie, a former dancer turned Westchester homemaker, wife and mother.[1][2][3][4] Her notable film work includes 1967's Thoroughly Modern Millie and 1980's Ordinary People, in which she played a role that was very different from the television characters she had portrayed, and for which she was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress.[5][6][7]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1957 The Eddie Fisher Show Dancer 2 episodes [8]
1959 The George Burns Show Linda Knox Episode: "The Landlord's Daughter" [9]
1959 Schlitz Playhouse of Stars Student #1 Episode: "Ivy League" [10]
1959 Steve Canyon Second Spanish Girl Episode: "Strike Force" (as Mary Moore) [11]
1959 Richard Diamond, Private Detective Sam 7 episodes [12]
1959 Bourbon Street Beat Laura Montgomery / Elyse Brown Picard 2 episodes [13]
1959–60 77 Sunset Strip Laura Chandler / Marie Drew / Girl 2 episodes [13]
1959–60 Riverboat Lily Belle de Lesseps / Brunette Girl in Coach 2 episodes [13]
1959 Bronco Marilee Goddard Episode: "Flight from an Empire" [13]
1960 Bachelor Father Joanne Sutton / Huey's Sister 2 episodes [13]
1960 Checkmate Millie Episode: "Lady on the Brink" [13]
1960 Johnny Staccato Bonnie Howard Episode: "The Mask of Jason" [13]
1960 Overland Trail Joan Ransom Episode: "All the O'Mara Horses" [13]
1960 The Tab Hunter Show Brunette Episode: "One Blonde Too Many"
Guest star in series premiere
[13]
1960 Wanted Dead or Alive Sophie Anderson Episode: "The Twain Shall Meet" [13]
1960 The Millionaire Linda Episode: "Millionaire Vance Ludlow" [13]
1960 The Deputy Amy Collins Episode: "Day of Fear" [13]
1960–62 Thriller Sherry Smith / Mary Snyder 2 episodes [13]
1960–61 Hawaiian Eye Peggy / Joan White / Vanessa Kinard / Susan Hart 4 episodes [13]
1961 Stagecoach West Linda Anson Episode: "The Dead Don't Cry" [13]
1961 Surfside 6 Kathy Murlow Episode: "Inside Job" [13]
1961 Lock-Up Nan Havens Episode: "The Case of Nan Havens" [13]
1961 The Aquanauts Dana March Episode: "Killers in Paradise" [13]
1962 Straightaway Episode: "Sounds of Fury" [13]
1961–66 The Dick Van Dyke Show Laura Petrie / Laura Meehan / Sam 158 episodes
1969 Dick Van Dyke and the Other Woman Herself Television special [13]
1969 Run a Crooked Mile Elizabeth Sutton Television film [13]
1970–77 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Mary Richards 168 episodes
1974–77 Rhoda Mary Richards 6 episodes [13]
1974 The American Parade Narrator Television miniseries
Episode: "We the Women"
[13]
1975–76 Phyllis Mary Richards 2 episodes [13]
1976 Mary's Incredible Dream Angel / Devil / Woman Television special [13]
1978 Mary Host / Skit characters Variety show [12]
1978 First, You Cry Betty Rollin Television film [13]
1979 The Mary Tyler Moore Hour Mary McKinnon 11 episodes [12]
1979 Password Plus Herself Game Show Contestant / Celebrity Guest Star
1984 Heartsounds Martha Weinman Lear Television film [13]
1985 Finnegan Begin Again Liz DeHaan [13]
1985–86 Mary Mary Brenner 13 episodes [12]
1987 Shalom Sesame Herself 2 episodes [13]
1988 Lincoln Mary Todd Lincoln Television miniseries
2 episodes
[13]
1988 Annie McGuire Annie McGuire 10 episodes [12]
1990 The Last Best Year Wendy Haller Television film [13]
1990 Thanksgiving Day Paula Schloss [13]
1991 Mary Tyler Moore: The 20th Anniversary Show Herself Television special [13]
1993 Stolen Babies Georgia Tann Television film [13]
1994 Frasier Marjorie (voice) Episode: "Frasier Crane's Day Off" [13]
1995 New York News Louise Felcott 13 episodes [12]
1996 Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden Jessica Television film [13]
1996 Ellen Herself 2 episodes
1997 Payback Kathryn Stanfill Television film [13]
1997 The Naked Truth Catherine Wilde 4 episodes [13]
1998 Reno Finds Her Mom Herself Television special [14]
1999 King of the Hill Reverend Karen Stroup (voice) Episode: "Revenge of the Lutefisk" [13]
2000 Mary and Rhoda Mary Richards-Cronin Television film [13]
2000 Good as Gold [13]
2001 Like Mother, Like Son: The Strange Story of Sante and Kenny Kimes Sante Kimes / Eva Guerrero [13]
2001 The Ellen Show Aunt Mary Episode: "Ellen's First Christmess" [13]
2002 The Mary Tyler Moore Reunion Herself Television special [13]
2002 Miss Lettie and Me Lettie Anderson Television film [13]
2003 The Gin Game Fonsia Dorsey [13]
2003 Blessings Lydia Blessing [13]
2004 The Dick Van Dyke Show Revisited Laura Petrie [13]
2005 Snow Wonder Aunt Lula [13]
2006 That '70s Show Christine St. George 3 episodes [13]
2008 Lipstick Jungle Joyce Connor 2 episodes [13]
2011–13 Hot in Cleveland Diane 2 episodes (final TV role) [13]

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
1961 X-15 Pamela Stewart [15]
1967 Thoroughly Modern Millie Miss Dorothy Brown [16]
1968 What's So Bad About Feeling Good? Liz [17]
1968 Don't Just Stand There! Martine Randall [18]
1969 Change of Habit Sister Michelle [19]
1980 Ordinary People Beth Jarrett [20]
1982 Six Weeks Charlotte Dreyfus [21]
1986 Just Between Friends Holly Davis [21]
1996 Flirting with Disaster Pearl Coplin [21]
1996 How the Toys Saved Christmas Granny Rose Voice [22]
1997 Keys to Tulsa Cynthia Boudreau [23]
2000 Labor Pains Esther Raymond [24]
2002 Cheats Mrs. Stark [24]
2009 Against the Current Liz's Mom (final film role) [24]

Awards[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
1963 Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series The Dick Van Dyke Show Nominated [25]
1964
1966
The Dick Van Dyke Show Won [26][27]
1965 Golden Globe Awards Actress in a Television Series The Dick Van Dyke Show Won [28]
1971 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Won [28]
1971
1972
Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nominated [29]
[30]
1972–77 Golden Globe Awards Actress in a Television Series The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nominated [28]
1973 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nominated [28]
1973
1974
Emmy Awards Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series The Mary Tyler Moore Show Won [31]
[32]
1975 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nominated [33]
1976 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Won [34]
1977 The Mary Tyler Moore Show Nominated [35]
1980 Golden Globe Awards Best Actress in a Motion Picture – Drama Ordinary People Won [28]
1980 Tony Awards Special award Whose Life Is It Anyway? Won [36]
1980 Academy Awards Best Actress Ordinary People Nominated [37]
1980 Drama Desk Awards Outstanding Actress in a Play Whose Life Is It Anyway? Nominated [38]
1985 Tony Awards Best Reproduction (Play or Musical) Joe Egg (produced by MTM Enterprises, Inc.) Won [39]
1985 Women in Film Crystal award Won [40]
1993 Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie Stolen Babies Won [41]

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