Tony Randall and Heather Harlan

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  • Tony Randall and Heather Randall - May December Romance ...
    "She was a 20-year-old intern; he was a national treasure 50 years her senior. If you think it was a match made in tabloid heaven, you don't know Heather Randall." - source
  • Tony Randall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    "Tony Randall (February 26, 1920 – May 17, 2004) was a U.S. actor, comic, producer and director...." - source
  • Randall Harlan - Email Address, Phone Number, Contact Information ...
    "Tony Randall: Biography from On May 17, 2004, Randall died in his sleep at the hospital with Harlan by his side. He had made his final film appearance in Kevin ..." - source
  • Heather Harlan Biography, Bio, Profile, pictures, photos from ...
    "Heather Harlan, (born in 1970 in Richmond, Virginia and raised in Florida), was the second wife of Tony Randall. She received a BFA degree in Theater from New York ..." - source
  • Tony Randall: Biography from - Wiki Q&A ...
    "Actor Tony Randall was most famous for his role on Broadway and on television as "Felix Unger" in Neil Simon's The Odd Couple . But the erudite performer was also ..." - source
  • Tony Randall - Factbites - Factbites: Where results make sense
    "Tony Randall - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: Tony Randall (February 26, 1920 – May 17, 2004) was a Jewish-American comic actor. Tony Randall died in his sleep of ..." - source
  • Tony Randall Biography, Pictures, Videos, Movies, Relationships ...
    "Tony Randall (Arthur Leonard Rosenberg) was born on Thursday, February 26, 1920 in Tulsa and he was a famous actor from United States of Jewish religion" - source
  • Tony Randall - Philosopedia
    "Randall, Tony (26 Feb 1920 - 17 May 2004) Randall was born as Arthur Leonard Rosenberg, the only child of Mogascha Rosenberg, an art and antiques dealer, and his wife ..." - source
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    "Tony Randall played Felix Unger, the fastidious photographer who was half of TV's The Odd Couple, from 1970-75." - source
  • Tony Randall - Jewish Virtual Library - Homepage
    "Tony Randall, born Leonard Rosenberg on Feb. 26, 1920, in Tulsa, Oklahoma, died Monday, May 18, 2004 of pneumonia; complications from heart bypass ..." - source

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