Valerie Harper is sitting on a rose-colored sofa in the living room of her Spanish-style Santa Monica home, her life reflected in the things that surround her. On one wall hangs a modern, colorful painting of her TV alter ego, Rhoda Morgenstern, in trademark '70s head scarf, and there are photos on every shelf of her husband, daughter and five stepchildren. A dining table is piled high with letters and gifts from admirers — flowers, a prayer shawl, a set of rosary beads. … Back to Article
AARP EXCLUSIVE! VALERIE HARPER INTERVIEW: Go behind-the-scenes with Valerie Harper and her husband, Tony Cacciotti, as they talk to AARP about the actress's terminal cancer diagnosis — and determination to keep living her life to the fullest.
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