Actress Valerie Harper, best known for her role on TV’s “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spin-off, “Rhoda”, has been hospitalized after falling ill before a performance.
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Despite suffering from incurable brain cancer, actress Valerie Harper is back at work.
Mary Tyler Moore can turn the world on with her smile and Ed Asner isn’t far behind.
“The Talk” — produced weekdays from Stage 16 on the CBS Radford lot — honored actress Valerie Harper Wednesday with a bronze plaque on the same sound stage where her classic sitcom “Rhoda” was filmed from 1974-1978.
Actress Valerie Harper talked about courage and hope in the face of her terminal brain cancer diagnosis during a visit to “The Doctors” Monday.
“The Doctors” announced this week that they have taped the first TV interview with Valerie Harper since her terminal cancer diagnosis was made public.
Valerie Harper’s dear friend and “Mary Tyler Moore” co-star Cloris Leachman told the “omg! Insider” that she “won’t accept” that Harper has terminal brain cancer.
Valerie Harper, who played Rhoda Morgenstern on television’s “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and its spinoff, “Rhoda”, has been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer.