Valerie Harper became famous playing the shoot-from-the-hip, loud-mouthed New Yorker, Rhoda Morgenstern, on the '70s hit “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” and her own spinoff, “Rhoda.” Four decades later, and now facing a diagnosis of terminal brain
Valerie Harper, 73, is doing her best to stay positive despite being told she only has three months to live after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She went on Good Morning America on Mar. 12 and told host Robin Roberts that she's “feeling so
Ever since Valerie Harper announced her terminal cancer diagnosis last week, the former Rhoda Morgenstern from "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Rhoda" has been the subject of intense discussion and some early mourning.
Valerie Harper will appear on the daytime syndicated show The Doctors March 11 for her first on-camera interview since she was diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The actress, 73, who co-starred on The Mary Tyler
Valerie Harper was in a great mood over the weekend, looking great and laughing it up as she talked to Savannah Guthrie about her terminal illness.Harper…