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  • Jean Stapleton, as Archie's scatterbrained wife Edith Bunker, says of Rather how he's there to "...tell us what Mr. Nixon just said."Dan Rather-Wikipedia
  • Jean Stapleton, who had been a close friend of O'Connor's since the early 1960s, did not attend the service due to a commitment for a stage performance.Carroll O'Connor-Wikipedia
  • Jean Stapleton was nominated for the 1995 Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy series Emmy Award for playing Aunt Vivian in the episode "The Road to Paris Texas."Grace Under Fire-Wikipedia
  • In that episode, viewers learn that Edith had died of a stroke a month earlier (Jean Stapleton had resigned from her role), and Archie is unable to grieve.Archie Bunker's Place-Wikipedia
  • In addition to Streisand and Chaplin, the original cast included Kay Medford, Danny Meehan, Jean Stapleton, and Lainie Kazan, who also served as Streisand's understudy.Funny Girl (musical)-Wikipedia
  • She is Edith Bunker's (Jean Stapleton) cousin who has been married four times.Maude (TV series)-Wikipedia

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