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Published Date: 7/26/2015
Vivian Vance got her start as a stage actress, co-founding the Albuquerque Little Theatre and moving on to Broadway, but it was on television that she truly found her fame. She was Ethel Mertz, Lucy's best friend and sidekick on "I Love Lucy," and she stuck with...
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Published Date: 7/24/2015
As a young man Sherman Hemsley worked at the U.S. Post Office while pursuing his dream of acting. His first big break was in the Broadway show "Purlie," which landed him the role that would make him famous: George Jefferson. Hemsley became an icon of African American...
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Published Date: 7/15/2015
Bert Convy is remembered today for his years as the smiling host of game shows like "Win Lose or Draw," "Super Password" and "To Tell the Truth." In addition to his hosting duties, Convy was also a successful Broadway actor, starring in the original productions of...
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Published Date: 7/11/2015
Yul Brynner rose to fame playing a king – King Mongkut of Siam in the classic musical "The King and I."Playing the role on Broadway for years, the Russian native won two Tony Awards, and when he reprised the role for the movie adaptation, he won the Academy Award for...
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Published Date: 6/30/2015
Are you a sloppy Oscar or a fussy Felix? Take our Odd Couple personality quiz and find out!
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Published Date: 6/24/2015
Jackie Gleason was a fixture on early TV, in film and on the Broadway stage. A statue of him, in character as Ralph Kramden of "The Honeymooners," greets visitors in New York City outside the Port Authority Bus Terminal, keeping up the legacy of New York's most beloved...
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