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This husband was an actor, writer, and director in films.

 

The wife was a singer in a chart-topping rock group, and a sometime actress.

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This husband was an actor, writer, and director in films.

 

The wife was a singer in a chart-topping rock group, and a sometime actress.

The only person I can think of is James Mason's son, Morgan Mason who is married to Belinda Carlisle formerly of the Go-Go's and a solo singing recording artist.

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The only person I can think of is James Mason's son, Morgan Mason who is married to Belinda Carlisle formerly of the Go-Go's and a solo singing recording artist.

 

No, this marriage goes back further. It was notoriously tumultuous. 

 

The husband is deceased, but the wife is still living.

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No, this marriage goes back further. It was notoriously tumultuous. 

 

The husband is deceased, but the wife is still living.

I should know this, but I don't. Hint?

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Aaron Spelling/Carolyn Jones?

I don't think that Aaron Spelling was a TV series regular.

 

Also I don't think Carolyn Jones was ever the star of a sitcom--

Three examples would be Lucille Ball, Mary Tyler Moore or Marlo Thomas.

 

 

Hint: his wife was the star of the show and he was a regular on the show, as well as the main writer of the show. In addition to this show he produced other classic TV shows.

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I don't think that Aaron Spelling was a TV series regular.

 

Also I don't think Carolyn Jones was ever the star of a sitcom--

Three examples would be Lucille Ball, Mary Tyler Moore or Marlo Thomas.

 

 

Hint: his wife was the star of the show and he was a regular on the show, as well as the main writer of the show. In addition to this show he produced other classic TV shows.

Rosanne Barr and Tom Arnold?

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Fra--

 

I'm going to have to quote one of my favorite old quiz Masters here: Finance--

 

Fi--would say: That's not who I was thinking of--

 

 

I like to think I'm more open-minded than Fi was, so I'll just tell you that if your answer fits the criteria and you can show me that your answer fits the criteria it's all yours--

 

The husband was a TV executive who wrote the sitcom, appeared in the sitcom and produced other sitcoms in classic TV--

 

That would rule out Roseanne and Company because she's not in classic TV--

 

If you want to tell me the other shows that Tony Owen produced and appeared in, then he would be your answer.

 

However, I'm not aware of Tony Owen being a performer or producing other TV shows.

 

 

Hint: the Star's husband appeared in the sitcom and wrote the sitcom. He also produced other classic TV sitcoms, well known to all of us.

 

Another additional hint - -the wife co-starred in the movies and on radio prior to entering television.

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Fra--

 

I'm going to have to quote one of my favorite old quiz Masters here: Finance--

 

Fi--would say: That's not who I was thinking of--

 

 

I like to think I'm more open-minded than Fi was, so I'll just tell you that if your answer fits the criteria and you can show me that your answer fits the criteria it's all yours--

 

The husband was a TV executive who wrote the sitcom, appeared in the sitcom and produced other sitcoms in classic TV--

 

That would rule out Roseanne and Company because she's not in classic TV--

 

If you want to tell me the other shows that Tony Owen produced and appeared in, then he would be your answer.

 

However, I'm not aware of Tony Owen being a performer or producing other TV shows.

 

 

Hint: the Star's husband appeared in the sitcom and wrote the sitcom. He also produced other classic TV sitcoms, well known to all of us.

 

Another additional hint - -the wife co-starred in the movies and on radio prior to entering television.

Lucy and Desi might qualify, except that Desi didn't write the scripts.

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Lucy and Desi might qualify,

 

 

You're back on the right track with Lucy and Desi. This was a famous couple that was a household word in classic TV. This is not a hard question.

 

This couple were stars in the movies and on television and radio.

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Lucy and Desi might qualify,

 

 

You're back on the right track with Lucy and Desi. This was a famous couple that was a household word in classic TV. This is not a hard question.

 

This couple were stars in the movies and on television and radio.

George Burns and Gracie Allen?

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I told you it was easy.

 

Fra, your turn--

You said that the wife was the star of the show, and the husband appeared. I thought they were the co-stars.

 

Next: He was a producer of stage.

          She was a columnist.

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