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Where Are They Now: The Mary Tyler Moore Show Cast

Check out the cast of the popular sitcom today!

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    The Mary Tyler Moore Show was an American television sitcom created by James L. Brooks and Allan Burns that aired on CBS from 1970 to 1977.
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    Ed Asner/Lou Grant- After "Mary Tyler Moore" ended, Asner continued to play Grant in the hour-long dramatic spinoff series "Lou Grant," becoming the only actor to win an Emmy for playing the same character in a sitcom and drama. A former SAG president, Asner, now 83, went on to play many memorable guest roles in shows such as "ER" and "Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip." He's also known for playing Santa Claus in "Elf" and "Christmas Vacation 2."
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    Gavin MacLeod/Murray Slaughter- Gavin set sail on "The Love Boat" in 1977. Since then, the 82-year-old actor has guest starred on such shows as "JAG" and "Oz." Along with his second wife, Patti Kendig, whom he divorced and remarried, he became a born-again Christian and hosted a Trinity Broadcasting Network show on marriage.
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    Ted Knight played Ted Baxter, the handsome but vain anchor who couldn't read a cue card. Knight returned to television as a kind, curmudgeonly cartoonist in the series "Too Close for Comfort." He died in 1986 at age 62 of colon cancer.
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    Valerie Harper/Rhoda Morgenstern- After "Rhoda" ended, Harper moved on to the 1986 sitcom "Valerie," until parting two years later because of a salary dispute. Harper continued to take guest parts on such shows as "Sex and the City" and "Melrose Place," and appeared on Broadway. In 2000, Harper and Moore reunited for the TV movie "Mary and Rhoda." Valerie revealed earlier this year that she has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.
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    Mary Tyler Moore/Mary Richards- Moore, now 76, added an Oscar nomination for 1980's "Ordinary People" to go along with her five Emmys from "Dick Van Dyke" and "Mary Tyler Moore." She also starred in various TV movies, appeared on "That '70s Show" and continued to support animal rights and juvenile diabetes.
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    Betty White/Sue Ann Nivens- She went on to play the better known role of Rose on the hit series "Golden Girls." She hasn't stopped working since, appearing on everything from "Ally McBeal" to "Boston Legal" to the daytime soap "The Bold and the Beautiful." At 91, she's showing no signs of slowing down. She has another hit series, "Hot in Cleveland," and is host of the practical joke show "Betty White's Off Their Rockers."
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    Georgia Engel/Georgette- After the show ended, Engel co-starred with Betty White in White's season-long sitcom, along in two other short-lived 1980s series, before landing a role as Robert Barone's mother-in-law on the hit series "Everybody Loves Raymond." Her whispery voice has also been heard in such animated films as "The Care Bears Movie" and "Open Season." Last year, Engel, 64, reunited with White for the third season of White's hit sitcom "Hot in Cleveland."
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    Cloris Leachman/Phyllis Lindstrom- After the MTMS Leachman starred in her own short-lived spinoff, "Phyllis." An Oscar winner for 1971's "The Last Picture Show" and the star of several Mel Brooks' movies, Leachman went on to star in "The Facts of Life" and won two Emmys playing the grouchy grandmother in "Malcolm in the Middle." The 86-year-old actress has won a total of eight primetime Emmys, more than any other performer.
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    Mark your calendar for Sept. 4th. The ladies of the Mary Tyler Moore show including Mary, Cloris Leachman, Betty White, Georgia Engel and the ailing Valerie Harper are reuniting for an episode of "Hot In Cleveland."