'Sopranos' star James Gandolfini will receive a tribute at the Emmy Awards this weekend delivered by his on-screen wife, Edie Falco.
James Gandolfini will receive a tribute at the Emmy Awards this weekend.
The late 'Sopranos' actor, who died of a heart attack in June, will be remembered in Los Angeles on Sunday (22.09.13) during the ceremony which recognises excellence in the TV industry.
Producers have selected five people to be recognised during an In Memoriam segment - including producer Gary David Goldberg, 'Glee' star Cory Monteith, actress Jean Stapleton and actor Jonathan Winters - and friends of the late stars will share memories and tributes.
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James Gandolfini and Cory Monteith are among stars who will be posthumously honoured at the Emmy Awards on Sunday (22.09.13).
Gandolfini, who died of a heart attack, and Cory, who lost his life to a drug overdose, will be among those given posthumous nods during the show this coming Sunday (22.09.13).
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The private ceremony took place on the same Paramount studios lot where the late Tv boss staged the classic 1980s sitcom and Fox, who launched his career on the show, paid a touching tribute to his former mentor.
He told the invited guests, "Gary was loved by many, including me."
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Tributes have flooded in for 'Family Ties' creator Gary David Goldberg, who died yesterday (23.06.13) after a long fight against brain cancer.
Tributes have flooded in for 'Family Ties' creator Gary David Goldberg, who died yesterday (23.06.13).
The TV executive had battled brain cancer for a long time before succumbing at his home in Montecito, California, aged 68.
Gary discovered Michael J. Fox, giving him his career break by including him as the lead in comedy series 'Family Ties' in 1982, which Gary largely based on his own life. The pair also teamed up for 'Spin City' in the 90s.
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The Tv boss passed away at his home in California on Sunday (23Jun13) after a battle with brain cancer, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
He helped launch Michael J. Fox's career in the 1980s with Family Ties, which won Goldberg an Emmy Award for outstanding writing in 1987.
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Justine Bateman, Gary David Goldberg, Tina Yothers, Michael Gross, Meredith Baxter and Paley Center for Media - Justine Bateman, Gary David Goldberg, Tina Yothers, Michael Gross and Meredith Baxter Beverly Hills, California - Paley Center for Media presents an Evening with Gary David Goldberg and Friends - Arrivals Monday 11th February 2008
The cast of beloved sitcom Family Ties reunited on U.S. TV on Thursday (07Feb08) morning to help promote creator Gary David Goldberg's new book.
Actors Michael J. Fox, Michael Gross, Justine Bateman, Tina Yothers and Meredith Baxter joined Goldberg on network NBC's Today to reminisce about shooting the show, which ran from 1982 to 1999.
Fox said, "It was huge, it was bigger than we could have ever known."
Goldberg released his autobiography Sit, Ubu, Sit: How I Went From Brooklyn To Hollywood With The Same Woman, The Same Dog, And A Lot Less Hair earlier this week (begs04Feb08).
A recent trend finds older but still attractive actresses downheartedly treading water in the dating pool for the benefit of a far-fetched plot. Heather Locklear played a flighty single mom unlucky in love for Hilary Duff's The Perfect Man. Now Oscar-nominee Diane Lane is taking her turn in the barrel with improved results.
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