'Mary Tyler Moore': Where are they now?

Published 10:18 AM ET, Tue April 9, 2013
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The ladies of "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" will appear together again on a September episode of TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland." Here's a look at what the stars of the beloved CBS series are up to now, more than three decades after the show went off the air: TV Land
After playing Mary Richards on "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," Moore appeared in a number of films, TV movies and series, such as "Mary" and "Annie McGuire." She recently guest-starred as Diane on a 2011 episode of Betty White's "Hot in Cleveland." CBS/Kevin Winter/Getty Images
After playing Murray Slaughter on "Mary Tyler Moore," Gavin MacLeod hopped aboard "The Love Boat" as Capt. Merrill Stubing. He has since guest-starred on "That '70s Show" and "The Suite Life on Deck." CBS/Angela Weiss/Getty Images
Valerie Harper has appeared on programs such as "Desperate Housewives" and "Drop Dead Diva" since her days as Rhoda. She opened up to Piers Morgan about facing terminal cancer in March, saying, "I want folks to know where I am now, and how much I have just been touched to the bone marrow by their concern, their love, their offers of care. ... People are sending me all kinds of wishes and love and heart. And I accept it." CBS/Angela Weiss/Getty Images
Since playing Lou Grant, Edward Asner has lent his voice to several projects, such as "The Cleveland Show." He also has appeared in sitcoms like "The Middle" and "Hot in Cleveland." He guest-starred on a February episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" as coach Martin Schultz. CBS/Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images
Since Georgette Franklin, Georgia Engel has appeared in films like "The Sweetest Thing," lent her voice to animated features like "Open Season and guest-starred on series like "Passions." She recently played Mamie on "Hot in Cleveland." CBS/Kevin Winter/Getty Images
Ted Knight, who played Ted Baxter on "Mary Tyler Moore," was one of the stars of the classic film comedy "Caddyshack" and went on to play Henry Rush on TV's "Too Close for Comfort." He died in 1986 at 62. CBS
Cloris Leachman played "The Facts of Life's" Beverly Ann Stickle after her days on "Mary Tyler Moore." After many TV guest spots and appearances in films, the comedian now plays Maw Maw on "Raising Hope." She also competed on the seventh season of "Dancing with the Stars." CBS/
After "Mary Tyler Moore" and "The Golden Girls," Betty White went on to appear in a number of projects. She recently lent her voice to "The Lorax" and she hosts "Betty White's Off Their Rockers." As for her role as Elka Ostrovsky on "Hot in Cleveland," White recently said: "After 'The Mary Tyler Moore' group and 'The Golden Girls' group, to again get a group of women who all aren't just making it work, we adore each other! And if you wind up with these kinds of friendships that are life-long, there's nothing like it." CBS/Brian To/Getty Images