Tyler Jacob Moore
American actor
Tyler Jacob Moore
Tyler Jacob Moore is an American actor He is currently playing Tony Markovich in the Showtime dramedy Shameless. He will be guest starring as Pastor John Tudor on the ABC comedy GCB.
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'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' brought together a cast, created a classic
CNN - 22 days
It was one of the most-important and most-watched TV shows of the 1970s, a vehicle for a female actress playing a single working woman. The premise was unusual and the setting -- a Midwest television station's newsroom -- was unique, with the laughter underscoring social points still relevant today.
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Friday Talking Points -- Media Missing A Big Point On Trump's Muslim Ban
Huffington Post - 24 days
Before we launch in to this week's screed, we're going to shamelessly begin with a plug. Yesterday, we published a first-person account of what it was like to protest during Donald Trump's Inauguration weekend. There are some excellent photos of the demonstrations and an inspiring narrative by University of Maryland student Teresa Johnson. We urge everyone to check it out! Moving right along, we're going to ignore (for a moment) all the shiny distractions that have vomited forth from the White House this week, and instead attempt to draw attention to an aspect of Donald Trump's Muslim ban that few in the media seem to be noticing. [We should add an editorial aside here: Yes, our editorial policy from now on will be to use Donald Trump's own language in the term "Muslim ban." Sean Spicer can insist until he's blue in the face that it's not a Muslim ban, but Trump promised to ban Muslims on the campaign trail, so who are we to argue with the term? Also, to do so would be to su ...
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Isaac Mizrahi at the Café Carlyle: A Gift That Keeps on Giving
Huffington Post - 24 days
Calling his Cafe Carlyle show, "Does This Song Make Me Look Fat?" Isaac Mizrahi signals surreal leaps of fancy from music, to looks, to insecurities. Who could ask for more from an evening? Multitalented, the fashion designer/ entertainer croons cabaret standards backed by a great band, his act sprinkled with self-mocking quips recalling Joan Rivers at her most cheeky! Really, what's not to love? For "C'est Si Bon," en francais of course, he pays tribute to Eartha Kitt, recounting that she would say, "I love a horny young hornplayer." Cue Benny Benack III, the youngest member of his band at 26, who solos on his trumpet, manipulating mutes for that wa wa sound. He can play! And Mizrahi feigns competitive chagrin, pouting and pacing in patent leather shoes showing just a bit of diamond ankle bracelet. The man, best known for fashion and costume design, as evidenced by the spectacular career exhibition at the Jewish Museum last year, knows how to accessorize. But more: This Brook ...
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All The Single Ladies -- Women Who Downplay Their Successes And Why It's A Huge Mistake
Huffington Post - 25 days
Last week, Mary Tyler Moore passed away at the age of 80. Moore made history in 1970 when she portrayed, for the first time in television history, a single professional working woman. In doing so, Moore immediately became the epitome of a modern-day feminist and brilliantly maintained that moniker for nearly 50 years. Today, it's almost impossible to imagine television without strong single professional women (where would we be without Olivia Pope and Carrie Mathison?!) and recall that there was a time when women were portrayed only as homemakers. It deserves a place in the "used to be's" list -- there used to be no cable television, no cell phones, no internet and no strong female characters on TV! Who can imagine?! Unlike advances in technology and the proliferation of sassy single professional women on television, real-life single professional women haven't quite made the leaps and bounds of forward progress. Moments after learning that Moore passed away, I was checking m ...
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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore: Not Only 'Brilliantly Funny,' but Vulnerable - Variety
Google News - 27 days
Variety Remembering Mary Tyler Moore: Not Only 'Brilliantly Funny,' but Vulnerable Variety About halfway through the seven-season run of “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” a week came when Moore had to spend a few days in the hospital for a minor procedure. This story first appeared in the January 31, 2017 issue of Variety. Subscribe today. Mary Tyler Moore Called 911 Over Domestic Disputes With Husband — Shocking ReportHollywood Life Mary Tyler Moore's death a reminder of the toll of diabetesThe Conversation US Mary Tyler Moore's most lasting legacyNew York Daily News Sacramento Bee -Parade -Yahoo News -Jackson Hole News&Guide all 33 news articles »
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Today in Entertainment: 2017 SAG Awards coverage; PETA protests 'A Dog's Purpose'
LATimes - 29 days
Today in Entertainment: 2017 SAG Awards coverage; PETA protests 'A Dog's Purpose' Jan. 29, 2017, 5:28 p.m. Much of Hollywood is mourning the death of Mary Tyler Moore at the age 80 on Wednesday. Her career tracked the evolution of female roles on television, from stay-at-home mom Laura Petrie to...
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The Joy Of Mary Tyler Moore And 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show'
Huffington Post - 30 days
“The Mary Tyler Moore Show” is my all-time favorite television show. It is only four months younger than I am, so I was around for every episode when they first aired. I’m sure I was watching from one of my parent’s laps many a Saturday night, but my memories of watching episodes “first run” are likely limited to the sixth and seventh seasons... and particularly the very last episode. When I was that young and the show would end, I was always confused as to why my favorite characters had to go away for another week. Part of me actually didn’t like when I’d see Mary and her “date” (actually her real life husband at the time, Grant Tinker) walking in the Minneapolis dusk during the end credits and the MTM cat would “meow,” because I knew it meant no sight of Mary, Rhoda, Lou, Ted, Murray, Sue Ann, Georgette or Phyllis for another week. I liked Bob Newhart and loved Carol Burnett, but week after week, it was Mary I looked forward to the most on Saturday nights. I was only ...
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An Ocean Of Pink Hats; Sustaining The Momentum Of The March
Huffington Post - about 1 month
The passing of Mary Tyler Moore, the unwitting feminist icon of 1970s working women, is a poignant reminder that sustaining the momentum of the Women's March will require something Mary captured so well -- that special mix of humor and chutzpah, essential to expanding acceptance of new cultural norms. The pink hats that dotted the crowds were a good start on capturing that mix. Just being immersed in a twenty-square block ocean of pink hats atop the heads of upbeat, determined women and their supporters buoyed my soul! The Women's March on Washington was by far the largest demonstration I've ever joined -- and I've joined many over the years. What made the Women's March even more inspiring was the fact that it spanned the globe. At least 3 million people marched on Saturday in the U.S. alone and hundreds of thousands more hit the streets internationally, sending a powerful message to misogynists everywhere. If accompanied by sustained organizing, this global solidarity c ...
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Betty White Remembers Mary Tyler Moore In Special Tribute
Huffington Post - about 1 month
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WATCH: Minneapolis, Home of The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Mourns Its TV Daughter
ABC News - about 1 month
ABC News' Rob Hess at the statue of Mary Tyler Moore, where people have been mourning the death of the iconic TV star.
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Mary Tyler Moore Passes On And Passes The Baton
Huffington Post - about 1 month
I used to watch "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" on Nick at Night whenever I would visit my grandmother on summer vacation. I still have the lyrics to the title credits memorized. They evolved over time. Early on it went, "You might just make it after all." As the show went on, more women continued entering the workplace and Mary Richards's career in journalism in the 1970s began to flourish, they were changed to the more optimistic, "You're gonna make it after all." I remember telling my mother that for the series finale they should have definitively proclaimed, "Congrats, you made it after all!" instead of leaving us hanging. I also told my mother that I liked her better as Mary Richards on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" than as Laura Petrie on "The Dick Van Dyck Show" citing that Laura Petrie "cried too much." Meanwhile, Mary Richards would go to bat. Joan Jett and the Blackhearts doing a punk cover of her theme song is totally justified. Those summers, as well as watching "Murphy Brown" wit ...
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How Mary Tyler Moore Turned The World On With Her Style
Huffington Post - about 1 month
Mary Tyler Moore, trailblazing actress and comedian who starred in one of the first shows to feature a never-married, working woman as its central character, died Wednesday at the age of 80. Having made a name for herself on both “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and later on her eponymous show “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” the star’s status as a style icon ranked right up there with her acting skills and sparkling personality. Her television persona ― charming, naive and stylish ― taught an entire viewing audience the art of layering and demonstrated just how to make a turtleneck look chic.   Off screen, Moore’s personality shone through sartorially, too. Having a penchant for bold color, pattern, chokers and form-fitting gowns, she forever had a thoroughly modern flair about her.  Here’s to throwing our hats off to Moore and her bold, brilliant style, both on screen and off.  -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and u ...
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