All in the Family (CBS) Jan. 12, 1971-Apr. 8, 1979 = 209 Episodes

The Complete Cast Information


Tuesday at 9:30-10:00 PM January 12—April 6, 1971
Saturday at 8:00-8:30 PM September 18, 1971—March 8, 1975
Monday at 9:00-9:30 PM September 8, 1975—March 8, 1976
Wednesday at 9:00-9:30 PM September 22—October 27, 1976
Saturday at 9:00-9:30 PM November 6, 1976—March 12, 1977
Sunday at 9:00-9:30 PM October 9, 1977—October 1, 1978
Sunday at 8:00-8:30 PM October 8, 1978—April 8, 1979

Primetime Emmy Awards and Nominations

1971

Outstanding New Series (Won)
Outstanding Series - Comedy (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: John Rich for "Gloria's Pregnant" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy:
Norman Lear for "Meet the Bunkers" (Nominated)
Stanley Ralph Ross for "Oh, My Aching Back" (Nominated)

1972

Outstanding Series - Comedy (Won)
Outstanding Single Program - Drama or Comedy for "Sammy's Visit" (Nominated)
Outstanding Achievement in Live or Tape Sound Mixing: Norman Dewes for "The Elevator Story" (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Won)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: John Rich for "Sammy's Visit" (Won)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy:
Burt Styler for "Edith's Problem" (Won)
Alan J. Levitt and Philip Mishkin for "Mike's Problem" (Nominated)
Norman Lear and Burt Styler for "The Saga of Cousin Oscar" (Nominated)

1973

Outstanding Comedy Series (Won)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)
Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy: Bob LaHendro and John Rich for "The Bunkers and the Swingers" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing Achievement in Comedy: Lee Kalcheim & Michael Ross & Bernie West for "The Bunkers and the Swingers" (Won)

1974

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Best Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Won)
Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1975

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Nominated)

1976

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)

1977

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: Paul Bogart for "The Draft Dodger" (Nominated)
Outstanding Art Direction or Scenic Design for a Comedy Series: Don Roberts for "The Unemployment Story" (Nominated)

1978

Outstanding Comedy Series (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series: Rob Reiner (Won)
Outstanding Continuing Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series: Sally Struthers (Nominated)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series: Paul Bogart for "Edith's 50th Birthday" (Won)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series:
Bob Schiller and Bob Weiskopf for "Edith's 50th Birthday" (Nominated)
Larry Rhine & Erik Tarloff & Mel Tolkin for "Edith's Crisis of Faith" (Nominated)
Harve Brosten & Barry Harman & Bob Schiller & Bob Weiskopf for "Cousin Liz" (Won)

1979

Outstanding Comedy Series (Nominated)
Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Sally Struthers (Won)
Outstanding Directing for a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Paul Bogart for "California, Here We Are" (Nominated)
Outstanding Writing for a Comedy, Comedy-Variety, or Music Series: Milt Josefsberg & Bob Schiller & Phil Sharp & Bob Weiskopf for "California, Here We Are" (Nominated)
Outstanding Video Tape Editing for a Series: Harvey W. Berger and Hal Collins for "The 200th Episode Celebration of 'All in the Family'" (Nominated)

Golden Globe Awards and Nominations

1972

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Won)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1973

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1974

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Won)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1975

Best TV Show - Musical/Comedy (Nominated)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Betty Garrett (Won)

1976

Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)

1977

Best Supporting Actor - Television: Rob Reiner (Nominated)
Best Supporting Actress - Television: Sally Struthers (Nominated)

1978

Best TV Series - Musical/Comedy (Won)
Best TV Actor - Musical/Comedy: Carroll O'Connor (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

1979

Best TV Series - Musical/Comedy (Nominated)
Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

1980

Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy: Jean Stapleton (Nominated)

TCA Heritage Award

In 2013, the Television Critics Association honored All in the Family with its Heritage Award for its cultural and social impact on society.[42]
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1.
Carroll O'Connor
Carroll was born in Manhattan and raised in Forest Hills, a community of Queens, New York. After high school in 1942, he joined the Merchant Marines and worked on ships in the Atlantic. In 1946, he enrolled at the University of Montana to study English. While there, he became interested in theater. During one of the amateur productions...
“ John Carroll O'Connor
August 2, 1924 "Leo/Rat" in New York City - June 21, 2001 (age 76) in Culver City, California (heart attack brought on by complications from diabetes)

Archie Bunker (1971-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
2.
Jean Stapleton
Jean Stapleton was born Jeanne Murray in Manhattan, New York City, to Marie A. (Stapleton), an opera singer, and Joseph Edward Murray, a billboard advertising salesman. Her paternal grandparents were Irish. She was a cousin of actress Betty Jane Watson. Other relatives in show business were her uncle...
“ Jeanne Murray
January 19, 1923 "Capricorn/Pig" in New York City - May 31, 2013 (age 90) in New York City

Edith Bunker (1971-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
3.
Rob Reiner
Robert Reiner was born in New York City, to Estelle Reiner (née Lebost) and Emmy-Winning actor, comedian, writer, and producer Carl Reiner. Robert as a child often looked up to his father as his inspiration and role-model. Carl Reiner was on The Dick Van Dyke Show which Carl Reiner created and also starred in...
“ Robert Reiner
March 6, 1947 "Pisces/Pig" in Bronx, New York

Michael 'Meathead' Stivic (1971-1978) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
4.
Sally Struthers
Cute as a button and with a petite, porcelain prettiness and vulnerability that endeared her to the American public, Sally Struthers nabbed a series role in the early 1970s and became a solid part of TV history as a member of a dysfunctional family quartet in the milestone sitcom, All in the Family. She was born Sally Ann Struthers on July 28...
“ Sally Anne Struthers
July 28, 1947 "Leo/Pig" in Portland, Oregon

Gloria Bunker-Stivic (1971-1978) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
5.
“ Danielle Anne Brisebois
June 28, 1969 "Cancer/Rooster" in Brooklyn, New York

Stephanie Mills (1978-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
6.
Mike Evans
Writer, Good Times
Clean cut and smoothly handsome as a youth, Mike Evans got on board the Norman Lear TV train in the early 1970s and took a straight ride to sitcom stardom in both a landmark comedy series and its black-oriented spin-off. Born Michael Jonas Evans in Salisbury, North Carolina, on November 3, 1949...
“ Michael Jonas Evans
November 3, 1949 "Scorpio/Ox" in Salisbury, North Carolina - December 14, 2006 (age 57) in Twentynine Palms, California (throat cancer)

Lionel Jefferson (1971-1975) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
7.
Isabel Sanford
Isabel Sanford was a Broadway actress for over thirty years before moving to Hollywood. She made numerous guest appearances on TV, including a stint as a supporting cast member on The Carol Burnett Show. Until her passing, Isabel continued to act frequently, most recently in a series of commercials for Old Navy stores with The Jeffersons co-star...
“ Eloise Gwendolyn Sanford
August 29, 1917 "Virgo/Snake" in New York City - July 9, 2004 (age 86) in Los Angeles, California (cardiopulmonary arrest and heart disease)

Louise Jefferson (1971-1975) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
8.
Sherman Hemsley
Sherman Hemsley played characters known to be wise-cracking, "Weezy" loving, boisterous fools which America and the entire world laughed with kindheartedly. Sherman Alexander Hemsley, Air Force veteran and actor, was born on Feb. 1, 1938 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His father, William Hemsley, worked at a printing press while his mother worked at various factories during the war...
“ Sherman Alexander Hemsley
February 1, 1938 "Aquarius/Tiger" in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - July 24, 2012 (age 74) in El Paso, Texas (superior vena cava syndrome due to lung cancer)

George Jefferson (1973-1975) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
9.
“ Allan John Melvin
February 18, 1923 "Aquarius/Pig" in Kansas City, Missouri - January 17, 2008 (age 84) in Brentwood, Los Angeles, California (cancer)

Barney Hefner (1971-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
10.
Billy Halop
Billy Halop's show business career started on radio in the 1920s and carried over to stage work on Broadway. There, in 1937, he and other teenage cast members of the stage hit "Dead End" were brought to Hollywood by Samuel Goldwyn for the film version of the play, which was a tremendous hit. Halop...
“ William Halop
February 11, 1920 "Aquarius/Monkey" in New York City - November 9, 1976 (age 56) in Brentwood, Los Angeles, California (heart attack)

Bert Munson (1971-1976) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
11.
Bob Hastings
Bob Hastings got his show business start in radio after WWII as the voice of "Archie Andrews" in the show of the same name (a spin-off of the Archie Comics series) on the Mutual Broadcasting System. The good-looking Hastings made the transition to television smoothly in 1949 in early galactic-action series like Captain Video and His Video Rangers and Atom Squad...
“ April 18, 1925 "Aries/Ox" in Brooklyn, New York

Tommy Kelsey (1971-1976) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
12.
“ Milton Stewart
September 19, 1929 "Virgo/Snake" in Cleveland, Ohio - February 24, 2002 (age 72) in Pacifica, California (Alzheimer's disease)

Henry Jefferson (1971-1973) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
13.
Betty Garrett
A sunny singer, dancer and comic actress, Betty Garrett starred in several Hollywood musicals and stage roles. She was at the top of her game when the Communist scare in the 1950s brought her career to a screeching, ugly halt. She and her husband Larry Parks, an Oscar-nominated actor, were summoned by the House UnAmerican Activities Committee and questioned about their involvement...
“ May 23, 1919 "Gemini/Goat" in St. Joseph, Missouri - February 12, 2011 (age 91) in Los Angeles, California (aortic aneurysm)

Irene Lorenzo (1973-1975) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
14.
“ Vincenzo Scognamiglio
January 7, 1920 "Capricorn/Monkey" in Naples, Campania, Italy - December 9, 1992 (age 72) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (heart attack)

Frank Lorenzo (1973-1974) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
15.
Jason Wingreen
Character actor Jason Wingreen was born on October 9, 1920 in Brooklyn, New York City. The son of a Jewish tailor father, Wingreen grew up in the Howard Beach neighborhood of Queens. Jason attended John Adams High School and majored in English and Speech at Brooklyn College (he initially planned on...
“ October 9, 1920 "Libra/Monkey" in Brooklyn, New York - December 25, 2015 (age 95) in Los Angeles, California

Harry Snowden (1976-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
16.
“ November 20, 1923 "Scorpio/Pig" in Jersey City, New Jersey - February 6, 1999 (age 75) in Los Angeles, California (emphysema)

Hank Pivnik (1976-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
17.
Liz Torres
Spunky actress, singer and comedienne all rolled up into one, Puerto Rican-American Liz Torres was born in 1947, a native of the Bronx. She began her stand-up/singing career as a regular performing in various small NYC niteries. It wasn't until she received an invite to appear on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson that her comic career started blooming on TV and in film...
“ Elizabeth Torres
September 27, 1947 "Libra/Pig" in New York City

Teresa Betancourt (1976-1977) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
18.
Norman Lear
Norman Lear is a World War II veteran, actor, writer, producer, director, and creator of such legendary sitcoms like All In The Family, Good Times, Sanford And Son, The Jeffersons, Maude, and many other sitcoms that defined and revolutionized American television. Norman Milton Lear was born in New Haven...
“ Norman Milton Lear
July 27, 1922 "Leo/Dog" in New Haven, Connecticut

Creator/Producer/Executive Producer ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
19.
“ July 6, 1925 "Cancer/Ox" in Rockaway Beach, Queens, New York - January 29, 2012 (age 86) in Los Angeles, California

Director (1971-1974) ” - TheDeadGodfather
 
20.
“ Paul Bogoff
November 13, 1919 "Scorpio/Goat" in Harlem, New York City - April 15, 2012 (age 92) in Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Director (1975-1979) ” - TheDeadGodfather