Television Icon Mary Tyler Moore Has Passed Away at Age 80

BREAKING NEWS: The legendary star of stage and screen Mary Tyler Moore passed away due to illness at the age of 80 today.

Moore was well known mainly for her work on television including “”The Dick Van Dyke Show and her very own “Mary Tyler Moore Show”. She is a 3 time Golden Globe winner, 7 time Emmy winner, a Tony winner, and an Oscar nominee.

Moore’s work on Broadway includes the shorten lived play “Whose Life Is It Anyway”?

Besides wowing audiences on stage and screen, Mary is the co-founder of the annual Broadway Barks event alongside Bernadette Peters. The event is held every year in Shubert Alley where the Broadway community comes together putting on an animal shelter for Dogs, Cats, and more find homes. I’m sure this year’s event, there will be a tribute portion and a moment of silence to honor this legendary woman.

RIP Mary. You will be missed and your legacy will live on.

Television Icon Mary Tyler Moore Has Passed Away at Age 80

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of Mary Tyler Moore – best known as a television icon for The Mary Tyler Moore Show.

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