ALICE TV CAST - AUTOGRAPHED SIGNED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: LINDA LAVIN, VIC TAYBACK - HFSID 342798
ALICE TV CAST: LINDA LAVIN and VIC TAYBACK The Alice cast mates sign still from the long-running sitcom in black ink Photograph signed: "Vic Tayback" and "Linda/ Lavin" in black ink. B/w, 10x8. Actress, singer, producer and director LINDA LAVIN (b.
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ALICE TV CAST: LINDA LAVIN and VIC TAYBACK
The Alice cast mates sign still from the long-running sitcom in black ink
Photograph signed: "Vic Tayback" and "Linda/ Lavin" in black ink. B/w, 10x8. Actress, singer, producer and director LINDA LAVIN (b. 1937) is best known for her role as waitress Alice Hyatt on the TV sitcom, Alice (1976-1985), for which she won two Golden Globes (1978, 1979) and was nominated for another Golden Globe (1980) and an Emmy Award. Lavin also sang the sitcom's theme song, "There's a New Girl in Town". Originally best known for her television work, which also included a stint on Barney Miller (1975-1976), guest appearances on a number of series and a long list of TV movies, the actress has had a successful Broadway career as well. Lavin, who made her off-Broadway debut in 1960, made her Broadway bow two years later in A Family Affair. She won a Tony Award for Broadway Bound (1987) and was nominated for a Tony in 1970, 1998, 2001 and 2010 (the latter for Collected Stories). Lavin also appeared on the big screen, beginning with 1984's The Muppets Take Manhattan. She was inducted into the American Theatre Hall of Fame in January 2011. From 1976 to 1985, the bulging, bald-domed VIC TAYBACK (1929-1990) made a comfortable living in TV commercials and TV guest-star assignments, and as a regular on the detective series Griff (1973) and Khan (1975). In 1975, he was cast in the secondary role of Mel Sharples, the potty-mouthed short-fused owner of a greasy spoon diner, in the theatrical feature Alice Doesn't Live Here Anymore. When the film evolved into the weekly TV sitcom Alice in 1976, Tayback was engaged to recreate his "Mel" characterization, the only character from the movie retained for the series. He remained with the program for the next nine years. He earned three Golden Globe nominations, winning two, for his work on Alice. Ink notes on verso in unknown hand. Paper affixed on verso. Fine condition.
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