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  • Oscar nominee Mary Tyler Moore was perhaps most famous for her namesake comedy series and her work on "The Dick Van Dyke Show.” </br></br>Mary Tyler Moore in a Dec. 15, 2011, photo. She died at her home in Greenwich, Connecticut, Jan. 25, 2017, at the age of 80.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore seen here in her 1952 freshman year yearbook photo at Immaculate Heart High School in Los Angeles, California.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore seen here, circa 1960. </br></br>Originally wanting to be a dancer, Mary Tyler Moore's first television appearance was as a dancing elf in commercials for Hotpoint appliances.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore seen here, circa 1960.
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  • Doris Parker, as Mrs. Huntington, left, Mary Tyler Moore, as Laura Petrie, and Dick Van Dyke, as Rob Petrie in a scene from "The Dick Van Dyke Show." </br></br> The show would go on to propel Mary into the world spotlight and land her an Emmy win for the role.
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  • Dick Van Dyke,as Rob Petrie and Mary Tyler Moore as Laura Petrie, Dec. 11, 1962.
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  • Valerie Harper, as Rhoda Morgenstern, and Mary Tyler Moore, as Mary Richards in a scene from "Rhoda," in 1971.
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  • Valerie Harper, as Rhoda Morganstern, and Mary Tyler Moore, as Mary Richards, March 10, 1975, in a scene from "Rhoda."
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, as Mary Richards, smiles broadly as she sits at a desk in a scene from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show."
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, as Beth, and Timothy Hutton, as Conrad, in a scene from "Ordinary People." </br></br>Moore went on to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress for her role in the coming-of-age drama.
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  • Donald Sutherland and Mary Tyler Moore are shown in a scene from their movie, "Ordinary People."
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  • Mary Tyler Moore is seen during the 38th Annual Golden Globe Awards at Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, in the lead role, shares a scene with James Naughton, who plays a doctor in " Whose Life Is It Anyway?" Mary plays a sculptor whose spine has been shattered in an auto accident, leaving her permanently paralyzed from the neck down.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, as Georgia Tann, in a scene from "Stolen Babies." </br></br>Moore plays the head of an adoption agency accused of running a black-market baby ring.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, Actress and International Chairman, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation testifies before the United States Senate Governmental Affairs Committee hearing on "Juvenile Diabetes in Washington, June 24, 2003.
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  • American actress and comedian Mary Tyler Moore attends the 13th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2007 in Los Angeles, Jan. 28, 2007.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore arrives for the taping of a special in Los Angeles, Jan. 8, 2012.
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  • Actor Dick Van Dyke, presents the Life Achievement Award to actress Mary Tyler Moore onstage during the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium, Jan. 29, 2012, in Los Angeles, California.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore attends the Broadway Barks! 14 Pet Adoption Event at Shubert Alley, July 14, 2012, in New York City.
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  • Mary Tyler Moore, Valerie Harper and Betty White pose for a picture during an interview with Katie Couric on April 4, 2013.
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  • Betty White and Mary Tyler Moore in a scene from "Hot In Cleveland."
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  • American actress and presenter Mary Tyler-Moore is pictured at the 6th annual Broadway Barks event benefiting New York City animal shelters and adoption, Jan. 3, 2017.
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