Garry Marshall, a giant of TV comedy whose long list of credits include such landmark series as Happy Days, The Odd Couple and The Dick Van Dyke Show. has died. He was 81. He also helmed 18 feature films including Pretty Woman, and had acting credits dating to the 1960s. Show More Summary
Garry Marshall, legendary film and television director, died today at 81. The director had a long and storied career, dating back to his days as a comedy writer on The Tonight Show with Jack Paar, the Dick Van Dyke Show in the early ‘60s. He became famous, however, for his ... More »
The first thing you see in Mark A. Thomas' apartment is the Roland digital piano. It's big and black, and you have to dance around it, as Dick Van Dyke did with that pesky ottoman, to get into the living room without tripping over it. Photo by Nancy A. Show More Summary
Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews practice their Jolly Holiday dance number during the making of the classic Disney film! Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here, taking a quick break from the so far outstanding Netflix Original Series STRANGER THINGS to bring you today's BTS pic. Show More Summary
Calling all Disney fans: Dick Van Dyke's latest appearance will flood your heart with emotions. While visiting Walt Disney's birthplace in Chicago recently, the actor, who is known for his role as Bert in Mary Poppins, gave an impromptu...Show More Summary
A bunch of people touring Walt Disney's childhood home in Chicago over the weekend had a jolly holiday with him, Bert, thanks to a very memorable tour guide of sorts: Dick Van Dyke. The Mary Poppins star was visiting the site to mark the near-completion of the entrance's restoration when ... More »
Dick Van Dyke is 90 years old, but he's not slowing down a bit. The star of Mary Poppins recently visited the childhood home of Walt Disney in Chicago for the Creativity Days festival. After touring the house, Van Dyke stepped out onto...Show More Summary
One week a month, Watch This offers television recommendations inspired by the week’s new releases or premieres. This week: In honor of The A.V. Club’s Comics Week, television episodes about our favorite origin stories. The Dick VanShow More Summary
Now this just lifts our hearts up to the highest heights! Legendary actor Dick Van Dyke made every Disney fan's wildest dreams come true when he led a sing-along of "Let's Go Fly A Kite" from "Mary Poppins," in front of Walt Disney's...Show More Summary
The man's still got it.
The 90-year-old actor is still impossibly charming. [ more › ]
He's a big- and small-screen legend with a Tony, a Grammy and five Emmy Awards to his name, but Dick Van Dyke isn't resting on his laurels.
“Mary Poppins” star Dick Van Dyke led a crowd in a sing-a-long of “Let’s Go Fly a Kite” in front of Walt Disney’s childhood home in Chicago on Sunday.
Ms. Guilbert became a stalwart supporting actress of stage and TV.
Ann Morgan Guilbert, who played Millie Helper throughout five seasons of The Dick Van Dyke Show, has died from cancer. She was 87. Guilbert worked regularly in television and the occasional film for more than 50 years, though her greatest...Show More Summary
So sad – actress Morgan Guilbert has passed away at the age of 87, according to AP. Best known for her role as Millie in The Dick Van Dyke Show, Morgan reportedly died after a long battle with cancer. You may also remember her for her recurring role as Grandma Yetta in The Nanny and [...]
Ann Morgan Guilbert, an actress whose impressive television career spanned The Dick Van Dyke Show all the way up through Life in Pieces, died on Tuesday after a long battle with cancer. She was 87 years old. The veteran star's daughter...Show More Summary
Veteran TV actress Ann Morgan Guilbert has died at age 87. She passed away Tuesday due to complications from cancer. Guilbert first launched her career in the '50s, performing and singing in a revue. She became a TV staple a decade later, playing neighbor Millie Helper on The Dick Van ... More »
Ann Morgan Guilbert, best known for her roles on The Nanny and The Dick Van Dyke Show, died in Los Angeles on Tuesday. She was 87. Read more...
NEW YORK — Ann Morgan Guilbert, beloved as the next-door neighbor on The Dick Van Dyke Show and seen recently on CBS' comedy Life in Pieces, has died. Guilbert died of cancer in Los Angeles on Tuesday, her daughter Nora Eckstein said. Show More Summary