From 1976-78, he starred in The Tony Randall Show, playing a Philadelphia judge, and Love, Sidney from 1981-83. Sidney Shorr was written as a gay man.
I read that when Tony was a contestant on password the answer was "flaming" and the guest just kept repeating "you" to Randall.
Tony Randall's widow Heather has. He was the first person on TV to play a lead character who was gay. Tony Randall's Widow We Had Frequent Sex.
Still, Tony Randall was apparently the only person on earth who didn't suspect Tony Randall was gay. but our life is not a tragedy because Tony died.
A look at Heather Randall's. Tony Randall was apparently the only person on earth who didn't suspect Tony Randall was gay. The only time Randall had any.
Tony Randall's characters existed in the gray zone between straight and gay.
No. He was married for many years to his first wife. They had no children. He then married a much younger woman and had two children.
Tony Randall was born on February 26, 1920 in Tulsa, Oklahoma as Aryeh Leonard Rosenberg. He attended Tulsa Central High School and later.
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Actors/actresses you always thought were gay. I always thought Tony Randall was gay--turns out he wasn't. He had a marriage that lasted 50 years.
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Return to Transcripts main page. CNN LARRY KING LIVE. TONY RANDALL It was impossible for me to believe he was gay. KING But he was. TONY RANDALL Really.
Tony Randall, Actor The Odd Couple. Tony Randall was born on February 26, 1920 in Tulsa, Oklahoma as Aryeh Leonard Rosenberg. He attended Tulsa Central High School and later Northwestern University and New York City's Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre.
Rock Hudson, Gay Icon Rock Hudson was born Roy Harold. That all changed in 1959 he was paired up Doris Day and Tony Randall for the comedy hit “Pillow Talk”.