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Valerie Harper

TV’s pioneering real woman
Harper’s Rhoda headscarf—seen here in a mid-1970s publicity still from the show—became her signature look

OVER THE COURSE OF SIX DECADES IN SHOW BUSINESS, Valerie Harper played dozens of roles. Even after receiving a cancer diagnosis in 2009, she kept popping

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