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5 Most Fabulous Women of Television

By Staff Writer

Patricia Heaton of Everybody Loves Raymond shows America how important a woman’s role in the household is.    

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Mariska Hargitay  of Law and Order SVU, proves that any woman can take on a career and flourish in what they love to do.




From Mrs. Doubtfire to Brothers & Sister, Sally Field has graced the screen for years, portraying life through emotion and truth in her powerful roles.




Reliving the typical American household scenario, Courtney Thorne-Smith has proved that the up’s and down’s of motherhood should be recognized, as a fulfilling job.




From man issues to motherhood on the Desperate Housewives, Teri Hatcher has brought real life issues to the tv- with a bit of imagination of course.


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      Buckeyebren wrote Dec 15, 2009
    • I would be more apt to think about Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett also. Especially since Lucy had her own production company and Carol her own comedy troop. They paved the way for acting in sitcoms AND comedies for females for years to come. They also are still both honoured and revered by men and women alike who want to work in the business and just like comedy.

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      Crystal Parker wrote Jan 6, 2011
    • When it comes to Fabulous Women of Television, I would have to go with the majority here.
      1. Lucille Ball - she was the best when it came to tv
      2. Carol Burnett - she gave as much as the men did in comedy.

      Here is where many people will be opinionated:  

         Sally Field, Mary Tyler Moore, Farrah Fawcett,           Jacklyn Smith, Kate Jackson, Patricia Heaton, Roseanne Barr, Meredith Baxter, Doris Roberts, etc.

      I say this because it depends on what decade you grew up in and also what you watch on television.

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      Marya1961 wrote Dec 9, 2012
    • I agree with Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett, truly funny women of their generation.

      I do like Patricia Heaton and Sally Field very much, and how about Betty White, she is still acting and does it quite well at her age.

      Not that impressed with many female actors under the age of 40, except for Mayim Bialik of The Big Bang Theory..she is a gem!happy

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