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Tom Bosley

Tom Bosley's career has spanned more than 50 years in theatre, movies and television. In 1959, Tom won a Tony for his role as Fiorello LaGuardia in the namesake musical, "Fiorello!" Bosley was so famous that in 1961 he obtained 300 votes to be elected mayor of New York without being on the ballot. In 1962, Tom acted in his first movie "Love with the Proper Stranger", with Steve McQueen and Natalie Wood; he won the "International Laurel Award" for his performance. He also acted in "The World of Henry Orient," in "Divorce American Style," and performed in episodes of classics such as "Bonanza" and "Bewitched." His 11-year role as Howard Cunningham on "Happy Days" began in 1974, and he was nominated twice for an Emmy. After "Happy Days", Tom Bosley co-starred in "Murder She Wrote", as Sheriff Amos Tupper. He also starred in "Father Dowling Mysteries" in the title role. Tom has returned to the theater in recent years, starring in Broadway's "Beauty and the Beast" and "Show Boat."

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