Mary Murphy
Mary Murphy
real name = Dorothy Murphy)family = Second youngest of either three or four children))home town = Rocky River, Ohio (suburb of Cleveland)))birth date = Most likely 1927))health = Lazy eye condition remedied through surgery before she could become a film actress Mary Murphy (January 26, 1931 – May 4, 2011) was an American film actress of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. She was born in Washington, D.C. and spent most of her early childhood in Cleveland, Ohio.
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Mary Murphy Is "Deeply Saddened" About SYTYCD Canada's Cancellation - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
So You Think You Can Dance judge Mary Murphy was disappointed when she heard SYTYCD's Canadian counterpart would not be renewed for a fifth season. She was an integral part of SYTYCDC and came to know the cast and crew as her “second family
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Mary Murphy Will Be Honored at the Broadway and Beyond Cancer Benefit - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
Resident judge Mary Murphy looks fabulous as she completes another year of So You Think You Can Dance. Benefiting the weSPARK Cancer Support Center, the second annual Broadway and Beyond Benefit will be held at Glendale, Calif.'s Alex Theater on Sept
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'Desperate Housewives' Creator Marc Cherry to Be Honored at Broadway & Beyond ... - Hollywood Reporter
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Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry, choreographer Mary Murphy (So You Think You Can Dance) and plastic surgeon Leif Rogers will be honored at the second annual Broadway & Beyond event. The variety show and fund-raiser benefits the weSPARK Cancer
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Catell & Murphy, Kenney & Thomas Lead 9/12 Bridge - VillageSoup Belfast
Google News - over 5 years
First, East-West, with a big 63.49% game, Elsie Catell of Rockport and Mary Murphy of Rockport. Second, EW, Sheila Nickerson of Belfast and Tom Tarbox of Camden. Third, EW, Mary and Arnold Kaufman of Rockland. Fourth, EW, Lois Tankerley and Bob Mehn of
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Seven years later, Dove Creek has a recording studio - Comox Valley Record
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MARY MURPHY and Paul Keim operate Dove Creek Studios. They help people find the sound they don't know they want. By Paula Wild - Comox Valley Record To the casual passer-by, the large structure at the edge of the road looks like a picturesque barn
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Arnold 'Bud' Falcione and Mary Murphy to be honored at Dover High Homecoming ... - Foster's Daily Democrat
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Arnold “Bud” Falcione and Mary Murphy have both been described by many students and faculty as extraordinary teachers who have dedicated their lives to their profession and to their students. If you remember "Map Time," "Friday Pop Quizzes" or "The
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Fox Fall 2011 Preview with Mary Murphy (Video) - TVOvermind
Google News - over 5 years
Fox has recruited So You Think You Can Dance judge (and hot tamale train conductor) Mary Murphy to introduce some of their fall 2011 programming. In the clips, the energetic former dancer gets to flash a little bit of personality while getting you
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'So You Think You Can Dance,' Season 8 Finale: Who Won? - Wall Street Journal (blog)
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Mary Murphy picks “Fool of Me” by Sasha and Kent, choreographed by Tyce DiOrio. That's the one they did with a wall. Well, yes, that was great. And the best one Tyce did the whole season, I think. There's a promo for the Gatorade prize again
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Mary Murphy's Road to So You Think You Can Dance - MyFox Los Angeles
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Los Angeles - Mary Murphy is a judge on Fox's hit show "So You Think You Can Dance." Even though her career is booming now, it was a dark time in Mary's life that led her to passion on the dance floor. "It seems like just yesterday that we had the
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Interview: 'So You Think You Can Dance' judge Mary Murphy talks about her ... - HitFix (blog)
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On "So You Think You Can Dance," ballroom expert Mary Murphy is known for her ear-splitting shrieks, soaring whooos and generally being the most excited person on the judges' panel
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So You Think You Can Judge Dance
NYTimes - over 5 years
TILER PECK, the New York City Ballet principal, is rarely praised for her ''swag.'' So she watched with amusement recently as a judge on ''So You Think You Can Dance'' used the expression to applaud a hip-hop performance. Ms. Peck was in an apartment in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, with four other New York-based professional dancers who had gathered
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Mary Murphy on 'SYTYCD': Sometimes it pays to be daring; sometimes not. - Entertainment Weekly (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Talk about a season going FAST! I feel like the auditions were just yesterday. We have had so much fun watching all the talent. And fun at the judges' table as well. Speaking of judges, guest judge Christina Applegate was funny and so
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Celebrate National Dance Day 2011 With Mary Murphy - Shape Magazine
Google News - over 5 years
We were so excited about the new holiday we called up the biggest dance enthusiast we know: So You Think You Can Dance judge Mary Murphy. We found out how she's celebrating and how you can too! Our favorite So You Think You Can Dance judge will be at ... -
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Mary Murphy
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2011
    Age 80
    Murphy died from heart disease May 4, 2011 in Los Angeles, California; she was 80 years old.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1972
    Age 41
    She was long absent from the big screen before acting in 1972 with Steve McQueen in the Sam Peckinpah film Junior Bonner.
    More Details Hide Details She had retired from acting by the 1980s.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1953
    Age 22
    She first gained attention in 1953, when she played a good-hearted girl who tries to reform Marlon Brando in The Wild One.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, she appeared opposite Tony Curtis in Beachhead, and the year after that as Fredric March's daughter in the thriller The Desperate Hours, which also starred Humphrey Bogart. She co-starred with actor-director Ray Milland in his Western A Man Alone, and appeared in dozens of television series including Perry Mason, I Spy, The Outer Limits and Ironside.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1931
    Age 0
    Born on January 26, 1931.
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