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Norman Lear Says 'Nobody Has Made Me Laugh Harder' Than Carol Burnett as He Receives Her Eponymous Award and 'The Carol Burnett Show': What Carol Burnett Said on Harvey Korman's Last Show

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'Who's the Boss?' gets reboot with Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano set to star in planned 'Who's the Boss' sequel produced by Norman Lear

'Who's the Boss?' gets reboot with Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano and Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano set to star in planned 'Who's the Boss' sequel produced by Norman Lear. Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano set to star in planned 'Who's the Boss' sequel produced by Norman Lear and 'Who's the Boss?' gets reboot with Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano.
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Norman Lear on His Lasting Career at 98: 'Laughter Has Added Time to My Life'

At 98, Norman Lear is attributing his lasting career in Hollywood to one big integral ingredient: laughter. While speaking with PEOPLE, the prolific television writer and producer expounds on what he meant when he said, "I've never laughed alone" upon receiving the Carol Burnett Award during Sunday's 2021 Golden Globes broadcast.
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Norman Lear receives Golden Globes' Carol Burnett Award: 'I could not feel more blessed'

The television writer and producer is the third recipient of the honorary award. Norman Lear received the Carol Burnett Award at the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards on Sunday. The 98-year-old television writer and producer is the third recipient of the award, which honors trailblazers who have "made outstanding contributions to the television medium on or off the screen."
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Norman Lear Receives Carol Burnett Award at Golden Globes, Credits Laughter for Longevity

Norman Lear accepted the Carol Burnett Award on Sunday’s Golden Globes, and imparted some wisdom on longevity as he prepares to celebrate his 99th birthday this year. “At close to 99, I can tell you that I have never lived alone,” he said in his acceptance speech. “I have never laughed alone and that has as much to do with my being here today as anything else I know.”
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Norman Lear wins first Golden Globe of his career with the Carol Burnett Award

The recipient of six Emmys, two Peabodys, a Humanist Arts Award and a Kennedy Center Honors is finally the winner of a Golden Globe. Norman Lear, 98, was named the 2021 recipient of the Carol Burnett Award for his achievements in television. The prolific producer is the mastermind behind some of TV's most classic sitcoms, including All in the Family, One Day at a Time, The Jeffersons, Maude, and Sanford and Sons.
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TV legend Norman Lear honored at Golden Globes

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Television pioneer Norman Lear, creator of groundbreaking comedy shows such as "All in the Family" and "One Day at a Time," accepted a lifetime achievement award at the Golden Globes ceremony on Sunday. Lear, 98, was honored with the Carol Burnett Award, an accolade established in...
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TV legend Norman Lear credits journey to laughter, family

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Norman Lear made TV relevant with “All in the Family” and more 20th-century sitcoms, and he's accomplished the same for himself as a working producer who's nearing his 99th birthday. But Lear was modest as he accepted the Carol Burnett Award for his decades of achievement...