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Moore died on Jan. 25 in Greenwich, Connecticut, of cardiopulmonary arrest after contracting pneumonia, the actress' rep confirmed to Et. She was 80.
Watch: Mary Tyler Moore in Her Own Words: How the Actress Transcended Television to Inspire a Generation
"I can’t believe she is gone. Mary was my life, my light, my love," Levine said in a statement to People. "The emptiness I feel without her with me is without bottom. She was a force of nature who fiercely defended her autonomy even as her health was failing. Mary was fearless, determined, and willful. If she felt strongly about something, or that there was truth to be told, she would do it, no matter the consequences."
"She was kind, genuine, approachable, honest, and humble. And she had that smile," the statement »
“Mary was so wonderful and so full of love,” the actress, 68, tells People. “The whole country feels like they lost their dear friend – not just her pals from . I can’t tell you how many emails I’ve gotten from friends that didn’t know her but that take it as a personal loss because they grew up with her. She let it be known that it was alright to be a certain age and not be married, to be a certain age and »
Betty White is mourning the loss of a friend.
The 95-year-old actress took to Twitter on Thursday to pay tribute to Mary Tyler Moore, sharing a sweet throwback photo of "some of the best times" of their lives.
Moore died on Wednesday in Greenwich, Connecticut, of cardiopulmonary arrest after contracting pneumonia, the actress' rep confirmed to Et. She was 80.
"It's wonderful »
White, 95, acted alongside Moore — who passed away Wednesday at the age of 80 — on the Mary Tyler Moore show from 1973-77.
On Thursday, White, who appeared as Sue Ann Nivens on the 1970s comedy, took to Twitter to remember the star.
The show -- which ended up spinning off two other sitcoms, Rhoda and Phyllis, as well as the drama series Lou Grant -- came to an end in 1977. But Moore got a chance to reconnect with her former Mary Tyler Moore Show cohorts Valerie Harper, Betty White, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel in 2002 for a very special reunion, and Et was on set for an exciting look at the icon at work.
For the long-awaited reunion, Moore -- who died on Wednesday at the age of 80 after going into cardiopulmonary arrest -- wanted to make sure that the special was satisfying and truly meaningful for longtime fans of her celebrated series »
In an October 1997 interview with Archive of American Television, the actress, who passed away Wednesday at the age of 80, explained the humorous scene that was her most favorite from the 1970s comedy series.
“Mary had been thought of as near perfection. In this show, she woke up and had a cold, and came to the office and discovered she had a hair bump. Just one of those things you get in »
As the world continues to mourn the death of Mary Tyler Moore, Et is looking back at some of our favorite interactions with the TV icon.
Watch: Mary Tyler Moore Dies at 80
The episode was the first time the five ladies had acted on television together since the Mary Tyler Moore Show finale in 1977, which brought on strong feelings of nostalgia for Moore.
"It's wonderful, but it makes me sad too," Moore told Et. "It makes me feel, 'Well, why don't I have this in my current life?' Where are all these friends, buddies and co-workers and people who loved each other?"
They acted alongside her for seven seasons on the award-wining Mary Tyler Moore Show. And now, cast members from the hit CBS sitcom are speaking out about the death of their beloved friend and costar, Mary Tyler Moore, who passed away on Wednesday at the age of 80.
Gavin MacLeod, who played Moore’s on-screen Bff Murray Slaughter, used a line from the show’s iconic theme song as a metaphor for the years they spent together.
“A line from our theme song was ‘Love is all around,’ and that’s what it was for five days a week for seven »
- Dave Quinn
Mary Tyler Moore spent her last moments on camera surrounded by friends.
The TV icon, who died after going into cardiopulmonary arrest on Wednesday, made her last TV appearance on a 2013 episode of Hot in Cleveland, featuring an epic reunion with her former Mary Tyler Moore Show co-stars, Valerie Harper, Betty White, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel.
Watch: Mary Tyler Moore Dies at 80
The gang reunited to play White's character Elka's old bowling team, sharing a scene where they reflected on old times.
Et last spoke with Moore at the press conference for the special episode of the TV Land comedy. Decades after she first captured hearts on The Dick Van Dyke Show, and later The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Moore said that reuniting with her co-stars made her a little "sad."
"It's wonderful »
Leachman, 90, acted opposite Moore on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s and later reunited with her — alongside former costars Valerie Harper, Georgia Engel and Betty White — on camera for an episode of Hot in Cleveland in 2013.
Reflecting on her time spent working and getting to know the veteran actress, Leachman remembers Moore’s sweet and kind spirit — and dubs her “America’s sweetheart.”
“My heart goes out to her husband, Robert — he was »
The Mary Tyler Moore show wrapped with its seventh and final season four decades ago, but the long-running sitcom is notably one of the most beloved comedies to ever grace TV — and arguably has one of the most memorable series finales.
In 1977, series star Mary Tyler Moore, who passed away Wednesday at the age of 80, and her fellow cast members said goodbye to the sitcom in a heartwarming final scene.
In the script, the group was instructed to share one large embrace and then separate shortly after — but improvisation took over and the scene became Moore’s “favorite scene” from »
Mary Tyler Moore, the Emmy-winning sitcom star and Oscar-nominated actress best known for her role in The Mary Tyler Moore Show and the 1980 movie Ordinary People, died on Wednesday in Connecticut. Moore's publicist, Mara Buxbaum, confirmed the star's death to the Associated Press. "Today, beloved icon Mary Tyler Moore passed away at the age of 80 in the company of friends and her loving husband of over 33 years, Dr. S. Robert Levine," Buxbaum said in a statement. The cause of death was cardiopulmonary arrest due to pneumonia, according to The New York Times. »
Hollywood paid tribute to Mary Tyler Moore on Wednesday, soon after news of her death was announced.
“My heart goes out to her husband, Robert — he was never more than a touch away from her,” Leachman wrote. “The picture that we all have of her, that’s how she was — sweet, kind, so tender, so delicate. She was America’s sweetheart. Valerie and I always had to rehearse and rehearse, to work things through but Mary was always ready to go, thoroughly prepared. The last time I saw her was our ‘Hot In Cleveland’ reunion. I had a feeling I wouldn’t see her again. If »
- Seth Kelley
Mary Tyler Moore, star of The Dick Van Dyke Show and The Mary Tyler Moore Show, died on Wednesday. She was 80.The beloved icon passed away “in the company of friends and her loving husband of over 33 years, Dr. S. Robert Levine,” Moore’s longtime rep, Mara Buxbaum, said in a statement. “A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile.”
It had been reported early Wednesday that the TV icon was in a Connecticut hospital in critical condition. TMZ noted that, »
Rest in peace, Mary Tyler Moore.
The iconic TV actress died on Wednesday, Moore's rep confirms to Et.
"Today, beloved icon, Mary Tyler Moore, passed away at the age of 80 in the company of friends and her loving husband of over 33 years, Dr. S. Robert Levine," read a statement from Moore's longtime representative, Mara Buxbaum. "A groundbreaking actress, producer, and passionate advocate for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Mary will be remembered as a fearless visionary who turned the world on with her smile."
Moore's death was caused by cardiopulmonary arrest after she had contracted pneumonia, her rep confirms.
The actress made her last public appearance on an episode of ABC's Katie with Katie Couric in 2013, where she reunited with her former Mary Tyler Moore Show co-stars Valerie Harper, Betty White, Cloris Leachman and Georgia Engel ahead of her guest-starring »
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