What is Mary Tyler Moore’s Net Worth?



Introduction

Mary Tyler Moore, an American actress was from Brooklyn, New York City.

Mary is best known for her roles in the 1970 television series ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Both her roles on ‘The Dick Van Dyke Show and ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show were often a break from stereotyped images of women with pushed gender forms.

Moore died in 2017, her death was due to Pneumonia.

Moore’s net worth at the time of her death was $60 million.

Early Life

Mary Tyler Moore was born on the 29th of December 1936 in Brooklyn, New York City.

Marjorie and George Moore were her parents. Moore was the oldest child of her three siblings. At the age of 8, her family moved to Los Angeles. Mary was raised Catholic and attended St. Rose of Lime from the age of 8 until she reached third grade.

Moore attended Saint Ambrose School Los Angeles and Immaculate Heart High School California.

Career

Moore began her career as a dancer at the age of 17

In TV commercials for Hotpoint appliances, she starred in the role of Happy Hotpoint. This was her first job. In 1957, she starred as a mysterious telephone receptionist in ‘Richard Diamond’s Private Detective’.

She starred as a guest star in two episodes of the William Bendix/Doug McClure NBC series in 1960. Moore was featured in two episodes of the William Bendix-Doug McClure NBC series, “Bourbon Street Beat”, “Surfside Six”, and “Steve Canyon” a year later.

Her debut was in ‘X-15, her first film. It is a fictional account of the X-15 research rocket-plane program. She also starred with Charles Bronson & David McLean.

Moore and Grant Tinker, her husband, founded MTM Enterprises in 1969. They produced “The Mary Tyler Moore Show” and other television programs.

She was nominated in 1981 for the Academy Awards. In 1982, she was awarded the Golden Globe Awards for Best Motion Picture Actress. She was a guest star on “The Ellen Show”, “Hot in Cleveland” and “That 70s Show” between 2001 and 2005.

Moore was seen in a variety of TV movies, including ‘Run a Crooked Mile, ’Rhoda’, Stolen Babies’ and ‘The Gin Game Mary’.

Moore’s net worth at the time of her death was $60 million.

Highlights

These are the top highlights of Mary Tyler Moore’s career:

  • The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961)
  • MTM Enterprises (1969)
  • Change of Habit (1969)
  • The Mary Tyler Moore Show (1970)
  • Broadway plays (1980)
  • Tony Awards (1980)
  • Ordinary People (1980)
  • Academy Awards ‘Best Actress’ (1981)
  • Golden Globe Awards ‘Best Actress’ (1981)
  • Six Weeks (1982)
  • Television Hall of Fame (1986)
  • American Comedy Awards (1987)
  • Hollywood Walk of Fame (1992)
  • Wrote two memoirs (1995)
  • TV Land (2002)

Favorite Quotes From Mary Tyler Moore

Reruns are great because they usually indicate that the original show had something going for it, which is why you keep looking at them. Both my shows, The Dick Van Dyke Show, and the last, were so well-written and good that they still hold up.

That’s exactly what the audience felt as they watched the show, and now they are watching it again. The way it was written is what’s most important. It was honest. There was never a manufactured laugh. There was never any compromise of character.