Pioneering TV actress Mary Tyler Moore dies at 80

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Pioneering TV actress Mary Tyler Moore dies at 80

Mary Tyler Moore is seen at the 53rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 31, 1981. Moore, nominated for Best Actress for her film “Ordinary People,” lost out to Sissy Spacek for “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Moore died Wednesday at age 80.
Mary Tyler Moore accepts the Life Achievement Award at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Jan 29, 2012. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.
Dick Van Dyke, left, and Mary Tyler Moore, co-stars of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” are seen backstage at the Palladium with their Emmys for best actor and actress in a series at the Television Academy’s 16th annual awards show in Los Angeles on May 25, 1964. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.

Pioneering TV actress Mary Tyler Moore dies at 80

Mary Tyler Moore is seen at the 53rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles on March 31, 1981. Moore, nominated for Best Actress for her film “Ordinary People,” lost out to Sissy Spacek for “Coal Miner’s Daughter.” Moore died Wednesday at age 80.
Mary Tyler Moore accepts the Life Achievement Award at the 18th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles on Jan 29, 2012. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.
Dick Van Dyke, left, and Mary Tyler Moore, co-stars of “The Dick Van Dyke Show” are seen backstage at the Palladium with their Emmys for best actor and actress in a series at the Television Academy’s 16th annual awards show in Los Angeles on May 25, 1964. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.
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