Ethel Winant


The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Presents

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Edward Asner

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Ed Asner on being cast as "Lou Grant" in The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Ted Bergmann

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Ted Bergmann on how Ethel Winant suggested John Ritter for the lead role on Three's Company , as "the next Jack Lemmon"

Allan Burns

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Allan Burns on Ethel Winant helping assemble the cast of The Mary Tyler Moore Show
Allan Burns on casting "Lou Grant" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Betty White with Emerson College

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Betty White on being cast by Ethel Winant as "Sue Ann Nivens" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Joan Ganz Cooney

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Joan Ganz Cooney on casting agent Ethel Winant's involvement in producing the dramatic program, Best of Families

Norman Felton

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Norman Felton on working with Ethel Winant

Horton Foote

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Horton Foote on Ethel Winant

John Frankenheimer

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John Frankenheimer on casting Playhouse 90 with Ethel Winant 
John Frankenheimer on working with Ethel Winant again on Andersonville

Valerie Harper

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Valerie Harper on getting the role of "Rhoda Morgenstern" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show

Russell Johnson

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Russell Johnson on working with casting director Ethel Winant

Jack Klugman

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Jack Klugman on Ethel Winant casting him in a show
Jack Klugman on getting cast on Playhouse 90

Martin Manulis

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Martin Manulis on the casting of Playhouse 90's "Requiem for a Heavyweight" by Ethel Winant

Bob Markell

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Bob Markell on working with Ethel Winant

Arthur Penn

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On various people with whom he worked in his career: Ethel Winant

Pam Polifroni

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Pam Polifroni on casting Gunsmoke, and on working with Ethel Winant at CBS

Del Reisman

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Del Reisman on Playhouse 90 casting director Ethel Winant

Meta Rosenberg

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Meta Rosenberg on casting Hogan's Heroes with Ethel Winant

Fred Silverman

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Fred Silverman on the "grand old dame of the television business" Ethel Winant, whose positions included head of casting and talent at CBS in the 1970s

Grant Tinker

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Grant Tinker on casting agent Ethel Winant

Betty White

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Betty White on her first appearance as "Sue Ann Nivens" on The Mary Tyler Moore Show

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