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Georgia Engel played a close friend at The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Georgia Engel, seen here on the panel of Critics in the TV Society in August, is best known for his role in 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show.' ; He died on Friday at 70. Mary Tyler Moore could have been the one who opened the world to her smile, like the situation of Moore's sitcom, but co-star Georgia Engel helped look at viewers [SiengelsaykilalaparasakanyangpapelbilangmalambotnatininigannasiGeorgetteFranklinangmatamistuluy-to-no-kasalanannakasintahanatmamayaasawangpansarilinaTVanchornasiTedBaxter(TedKnight)saisangngmgapinakamahusaynasitcomkailanman"AngMaryTylerMooreIpakita"
may know the younger viewers who as mother-in-law of Robert Garrett Robert in "Everybody Loves Raymond," and also appeared he repeatedly "Coach," the soap "Hearts," and, recently, in "Hot in Cleveland," who once again met her "Moore" castmate and friend Betty White.
Engel died on Friday at age 70 in Princeton, New Jersey, Quilty, who was identified as his friend and executor of the Associated Press. Quilty said the cause of death was unknown because he was a Christian scientist and did not visit doctors, according to the AP.
Despite a successful, long career, with 201
8 appearances on Netflix's "One Day and a Time" and a music theater, "Half Time," Engel is always best known as sweet, pretentious but clever wise Georgette, the kind of true friend everyone can use. It seems that Engel is a good friend in real life, as well as bonds in his "Moore" co-star in recent years, appearing in two White comedies, "The Betty White Show" and "Hot in Cleveland. "
"Betty is one of my beloved friends, a special joy when I got to & # 39; Hot in Cleveland & # 39; with him, "Engel said in July on the Association Television Critics panel focused on a special PBS celebration in White's career.
Engel, who has a background in the musical theater but only a couple of TV credits when he first appeared in "Moore" in his third installment, healed to jump into a smooth sitcom – no easy habits – and established herself in the middle of one of the stars of veteran stars, including Moore, Knight and Edward Asner.
Engel and Betty White, who played a harsh homemaker Sue Ann Nivens, helped a popular comedy, which had seven seasons from 1970 to 1977, the members transferred players as the original cast Valerie Harper and Cloris Leachman went on their own comedy spinoff with the power of the success of the "Moore" show.
Sue Ann's scheming, horny White, a master of the spirit behind a fake smile, has become more than a breakout character, but has made Engel a wonderful and perhaps more difficult task in Georgette, which needs to fill out part of the best friend's summary created by the departure of Harper's beloved Rhoda Morgenstern.
Fortunately, producers Georgette did not produce a carbon copy of knowing, no-tongued Rhoda. In Georgette, they wrote – and represented by Engel – a completely new character on the show: an angel, useless woman whose happiness is less likely to result in ignorance than supreme innocence.