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Did you know that Rose Marie from The Dick Van Dyke Show died was 94?


Did you know that Rose Marie from The Dick Van Dyke Show died was 94?

Did you know thatThe Dick Van Dyke Show
in the 1960?\

Rose Marie’s was a pistol as comedy writer Sally Rogers on

Did you know that Rose Marie reemerged in 2017 as a voice in the #MeToo
movement?
Did you know that Rose Marie, who died in Van Nuys, California, .and one
of the last of a generation of entertainers whose career spanned
vaudeville, radio, movies, Broadway, television, and social media?

Did you know that Marie career
lasted nine decades and she was a show-business prodigy?
 Did you know that she was Born Rose Marie Mazzetta on August 15,
1923, she won a talent contest at the age of three; as a prize, NBC gave
her her own radio show and a seven-year contract?
 Did you know that Rose Marie made her screen debut in the 1929 short Baby Rose Marie the Child Wonder?
Did you know that Marie most memorable film role was as a featured attraction belting out
“My Bluebird’s Singing the Blues” in the 1933 W.C. Fields comedy International House?
Did you know that Rose Marie
is best known for her Emmy-nominated role as Sally Rogers, an unmarried
career woman who held her own with fellow comedy writers Rob Petrie (Van Dyke) and Buddy Sorrell (Morey Amsterdam, whom Marie had known since she was 11 and had recommended for the role)?

Did you know that the The Dick Van Dyke Show ran for five seasons?

Did you know that the signature bow Sally wore in her hair was later donated to the Smithsonian Institution?

Did you know that Marie
was married to musician Bobby Guy, who died from a bloodstream
infection in 1964 at the age of 48?
Did you know that Marie and Guy had been married 18 years, and
had a daughter, Georgiana?

 Now if you didn’t know, now you know…

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