'Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress Georgia Engel dies at 70

'Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress Georgia Engel dies at 70

Engel had a late-career hit as Mamie on the TV Land series "Hot in Cleveland", working with her old "Mary Tyler Moore" co-star Betty White. "R.I.P.", wrote "Murder, She Wrote" star Angela Lansbury.

Georgia Engel, whose breathy delivery made Georgette on "Mary Tyler Moore" one of TV's most memorable ditzy blondes, died Friday in Princeton, New Jersey.

Engel could be as upbeat as the fictional Georgette, as was demonstrated during a panel discussion a year ago promoting the 2018 PBS special, Betty White: First Lady of Television.

Her most recent stage role of note was appearing opposite Lillias White, Donna McKechnie, and Andre de Shields in the musical Half Time at Paper Mill Playhouse.

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Georgia's Broadway roles included Mrs. Tottendale in The Drowsy Chaperone; Minnie Fay in Hello, Dolly! with Ethel Merman, The Boys From Syracuse, and My One and Only with Tommy Tune. "That's not a character voice - that's our girl", a smiling White said in a 2012 interview with Engel, calling her a "pure gold" friend and colleague.

Television writer and producer Phil Rosenthal, who is best known as the creator, writer, and executive producer of the sitcom "Everybody Loves Raymond", shared condolences on Twitter, saying: "To our dear sweet friend, we'll love and miss you and your brilliant talent always".

Engel is seen with former co-star Mary Tyler Moore in NY in 1992.

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