Television executive Grant Tinker holds up his Hall of Fame award alongside his ex-wife Mary Tyler Moore, Saturday, Nov. 1, 1997, at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ 13th Annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in the North Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Receiving Hall of Fame awards with Tinker were writer/producers James L. Brooks and Garry Marshall, journalist Diane Sawyer and the late producer Quinn Martin. Tinker produced ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ and was married to Moore for 17 years.
Television executive Grant Tinker holds up his Hall of Fame award alongside his ex-wife Mary Tyler Moore, Saturday, Nov. 1, 1997, at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ 13th Annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in the North Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Receiving Hall of Fame awards with Tinker were writer/producers James L. Brooks and Garry Marshall, journalist Diane Sawyer and the late producer Quinn Martin. Tinker produced ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ and was married to Moore for 17 years. CHRIS PIZZELLO ASSOCIATED PRESS
Television executive Grant Tinker holds up his Hall of Fame award alongside his ex-wife Mary Tyler Moore, Saturday, Nov. 1, 1997, at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ 13th Annual Hall of Fame induction ceremonies in the North Hollywood section of Los Angeles. Receiving Hall of Fame awards with Tinker were writer/producers James L. Brooks and Garry Marshall, journalist Diane Sawyer and the late producer Quinn Martin. Tinker produced ‘The Mary Tyler Moore Show’ and was married to Moore for 17 years. CHRIS PIZZELLO ASSOCIATED PRESS

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