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Bea Arthur

Bea Arthur
  • Career: Actress
  • Top celebrities: 2981
  • BirthDate: 1922, 13 of May , New York City, New York, USA
  • Spouse: Gene Saks (28 May 1950 - 27 June 1978) (divorced) 2 children, Robert Alan Aurthur (? - ?) (divorced)
  • Zodiac sign: Taurus
  • Awards: Won American Comedy Award - 2001 for "Funniest Female Guest Appearance in a TV Series for:"Malcolm in the Middle" (2000)."
    Won Bambi - 1992 for "Reader's Choice for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). This year asking for the favourite comedy series."
    Won Award of Excellence - 1990 for ""
    Nominated Emmy - 2000 for "Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series for:"Malcolm in the Middle" (2000). (20th Century Fox Television). For playing "Mrs. White"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1989 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). (NBC)."
    Won Emmy - 1988 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). (NBC)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1987 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). (NBC)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1986 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). (NBC)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1978 for "Outstanding Continuing or Single Performance by a Supporting Actress in Variety or Music for:"Laugh-In" (1977). (NBC). For episode on 25 October 1977."
    Won Emmy - 1977 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"Maude" (1972). (CBS)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1976 for "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"Maude" (1972). (CBS)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1974 for "Best Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for:"Maude" (1972). (CBS)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1973 for "Outstanding Continued Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Comedy Series for:"Maude" (1972). (CBS)."
    Won Golden Apple - 1986 for "Female Star of the Year Shared with: Estelle Getty Rue McClanahan Betty White"
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1989 for "Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Golden Girls" (1985)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1988 for "Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Golden Girls" (1985)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1987 for "Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Golden Girls" (1985)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1986 for "Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Golden Girls" (1985)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1978 for "Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy for:"Maude" (1972)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1976 for "Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy for:"Maude" (1972)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1975 for "Best Supporting Actress - Motion Picture for:Mame (1974)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1974 for "Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy for:"Maude" (1972)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1973 for "Best TV Actress - Musical/Comedy for:"Maude" (1972)."
    Won Pop Culture Award - 2008 for "for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). Shared with: Rue McClanahan Betty White"
    Nominated TV Land Award - 2004 for "Favorite Cantankerous Couple for:"Maude" (1972). Shared with: Bill Macy"
    Won TV Land Award - 2003 for "Quintessential Non-Traditional Family for:"The Golden Girls" (1985). Shared with: Estelle Getty Rue McClanahan Betty White"
  • Position in top best awards winner: 5892
  • Films with Bea Arthur: Futurama - 2001
    Enemies of Laughter - 2000
    Malcolm in the Middle - 2000
    Emily of New Moon - 1999
    Dave's World - 1997
    For Better or Worse - 1995
    The Golden Palace - 1992
    The Golden Girls - 1985-1992
    Empty Nest - 1989
    My First Love - 1988
    P.O.P. - 1984
    a.k.a. Pablo - 1984
    Amanda's - 1983
    History of the World: Part I - 1981
    Soap - 1980
    The Mary Tyler Moore Hour - 1979
    The Star Wars Holiday Special - 1978
    Maude - 1972-1978
    Laugh-In - 1977
    Mame - 1974
    All in the Family - 1971-1972
    Lovers and Other Strangers - 1970
    The Sid Caesar Show - 1963
    That Kind of Woman - 1959
    The Gift of the Magi - 1958
    Omnibus - 1958
    Kraft Theatre - 1951-1958
    The Seven Lively Arts - 1958
    Caesar's Hour - 1956-1957
    Max Liebman Presents: Kaleidoscope - 1955
    Studio One in Hollywood - 1951-1953
    The Golden Girls - 1986-1992
    The 41st Annual Tony Awards - 1987
    The 40th Annual Tony Awards - 1986
    Saturday Night Live - 1979
    The 31st Annual Tony Awards - 1977
    The Wild Party - 1975
    Entertainment Tonight - 1985-2008
    The 6th Annual TV Land Awards - 2008
    Inside Edition - 2008
    TV Land Confidential - 2005-2007
    Back to the Grind - 2007
    The View - 2002-2007
    The 100 Greatest TV Quotes & Catchphrases - 2006
    Biography - 2006
    Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson - 2005
    Inside TV Land: Tickled Pink - 2005
    TV's Greatest Sidekicks - 2004
    Inside TV Land: Primetime Politics - 2004
    The Best of 'So Graham Norton' - 2004
    The 2nd Annual TV Land Awards - 2004
    The Terry and Gaby Show - 2003
    Richard & Judy - 2003
    Today with Des and Mel - 2003
    The Golden Girls: Their Greatest Moments - 2003
    Through the Keyhole - 2003
    Broadway: The Golden Age, by the Legends Who Were There - 2003
    Rove Live - 2003
    TV Land Awards: A Celebration of Classic TV - 2003
    Intimate Portrait - 2000-2003
    Great Women of Television Comedy - 2003
    Inside TV Land: Taboo TV - 2002
    Because I Said So - 2002
    Open Mike with Mike Bullard - 2002
    TV Tales - 2002
    TV's Most Censored Moments - 2002
    The Big O! True West Hollywood Story - 2002
    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 2002
    Good Morning America - 2002
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show - 2002
    CBS News Sunday Morning - 2002
    Today - 2001
    The 70s: The Decade That Changed Television - 2000
    E! True Hollywood Story - 2000
    So Graham Norton - 2000
    The Martin Short Show - 1999
    Beggars and Choosers - 1999
    The 53rd Annual Tony Awards - 1999
    NY TV: By the People Who Made It - Part I & II - 1998
    CBS: The First 50 Years - 1998
    Ellen - 1998
    The RuPaul Show - 1998
    The 50th Annual Tony Awards - 1996
    The 10th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1996
    This Morning - 1995
    The 9th Annual Genesis Awards - 1995
    She TV - 1994
    Bob Hope's Birthday Memories - 1994
    The 8th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1994
    Broadway at the Hollywood Bowl - 1994
    Sean's Show - 1993
    Boulevard Bio - 1993
    The 47th Annual Tony Awards - 1993
    This Joint Is Jumpin' - 1993
    Out There - 1993
    The 7th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1993
    The 6th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1992
    Guest Night - 1992
    The Howard Stern Show - 1992
    Evening at Pops - 1991
    Dame Edna's Hollywood - 1991
    The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1991
    The 5th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1991
    The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1991
    The 17th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1991
    A Conversation with Dinah - 1990
    Live from the London Palladium: Happy Birthday, Happy New Year! - 1990
    Des O'Connor Tonight - 1990
    The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1990
    Night of 100 Stars III - 1990
    The Earth Day Special - 1990
    Aspel & Company - 1990
    The 21st BAFTA Awards - 1990
    The TV Academy Annual Tribute: A Salute to Angela Lansbury - 1990
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1974-1990
    The 4th Annual American Comedy Awards - 1990
    LIVE! with Kelly - 1989
    The 49th Annual Golden Apple Awards - 1989
    The Arsenio Hall Show - 1989
    Later with Bob Costas - 1989
    The 41st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1989
    Bob Hope's Birthday Spectacular in Paris - 1989
    The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1989
    The 3rd Annual American Comedy Awards - 1989
    Circus of the Stars #13 - 1988
    The 40th Annual Emmy Awards - 1988
    Irving Berlin's 100th Birthday Celebration - 1988
    In Performance at the White House: A Salute to Broadway, Showstoppers - 1988
    The 45th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1988
    The 9th Annual American Black Achievement Awards - 1988
    Family Comedy Hour - 1987
    Happy 100th Birthday, Hollywood - 1987
    This Is Your Life - 1987
    The 13th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1987
    The 44th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1987
    The 1st Annual American Comedy Awards - 1987
    The 39th Annual Emmy Awards - 1987
    All Star Gala at Ford's Theatre - 1987
    Comic Relief '87 - 1987
    All-Star Party for Joan Collins - 1987
    The Kennedy Center Honors: A Celebration of the Performing Arts - 1986
    The 46th Annual Golden Apple Awards - 1986
    All-Star Party for Clint Eastwood - 1986
    Late Night with David Letterman - 1986
    Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color - 1986
    NBC 60th Anniversary Celebration - 1986
    The 43rd Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1986
    The 38th Annual Emmy Awards - 1986
    Circus of the Stars #10 - 1985
    The Merv Griffin Show - 1985
    The 37th Annual Emmy Awards - 1985
    The NBC All Star Hour - 1985
    The 1st TV Academy Hall of Fame - 1984
    The Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Joan Collins - 1984
    The 9th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1983
    Broadway Plays Washington on Kennedy Center Tonight - 1982
    Night of 100 Stars - 1982
    Women I Love: Beautiful But Funny - 1982
    The 33rd Annual Emmy Awards - 1981
    The 35th Annual Tony Awards - 1981
    Omnibus - 1981
    Bob Hope Special: Hope, Women and Song - 1980
    The Beatrice Arthur Special - 1980
    The Mike Douglas Show - 1974-1980
    30 Years of TV Comedy's Greatest Hits: To Laughter with Love - 1980
    Saturday Night Live - 1976-1979
    The 30th Annual Emmy Awards - 1978
    CBS: On the Air - 1978
    The 29th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1977
    Dinah! - 1975-1976
    Cos - 1976
    The 2nd Annual People's Choice Awards - 1976
    The 28th Annual Tony Awards - 1974
    The 45th Annual Academy Awards - 1973
    The Garry Moore Show - 1962
    Perry Como's Kraft Music Hall - 1960-1961
    The Best of Anything - 1960
    The George Gobel Show - 1958-1959
    The Joy Behar Show - 2010-2011
    Inside the Actors Studio - 2010
    Uncle Bob - 2010
    The View - 2010
    Entertainment Tonight - 2009-2010
    16th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - 2010
    Inside Edition - 2009
    The Bonnie Hunt Show - 2009
    The 61st Primetime Emmy Awards - 2009
    The 63rd Annual Tony Awards - 2009
    TV's 50 Funniest Catch Phrases - 2009
    Cinema 3 - 2009
    Larry King Live - 2009
    Entertainment Weekly & TV Land Present: The 50 Greatest TV Icons - 2007
    Memòries de la tele - 2007
    La imagen de tu vida - 2006
    Great Performances - 2004
    Malcolm in the Middle - 2003
    One-Hit Wonders - 2003
    50 Years of Funny Females - 1995
    TV Guide: 40th Anniversary Special - 1993
    Funny Women of Television - 1991
    Happy Birthday Bob 50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC - 1988
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