IN MEMORIAM: Valerie Harper Has Passed At 80
She was known for making people laugh, not scream but that didn't stop Valerie Harper from taking roles in horror movies.
Most known for her work in comedy, Harper got her big start with The Mary Tyler Moore Show. This would lead to a spin-off for Harper's character, Rhoda, getting her own self-titled show in 1974.
Up until her death, Valerie Harper was acting. She could be found in smaller roles on film and television, while also providing voice work for shows such as American Dad! and The Simpsons.
Harper's love for acting would take her to scarier roles in projects such as Night Drive (1977), Don't Go to Sleep (1982) and Shiver (2012).
Harper will be remembered fondly for her work in Hollywood by friends, family and fans alike.