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Legendary TV Producer Norman Lear Dies At 101

Legendary TV producer Norman Lear has died at the age of 101.

Lear created a string of groundbreaking sitcoms in the 1970s and 80s, including All In The Family, The Jeffersons, Maude, and One Day At A Time.

His shows were famous for combining humor with social commentary, touching on hot-button issues like racism and women's liberation.

His production company Act III Communications also produced movies like The Princess Bride, Stand By Me, and Fried Green Tomatoes.

Celebrities, Peers Pay Tribute To Norman Lear

Meanwhile, Celebrities and fellow creators are paying tribute to legendary TV producer Norman Lear, who died Tuesday at the age of 101.  Here's what they had to say:

Rob Reiner: "I loved Norman Lear with all my heart.  He was my second father."

Jimmy Kimmel: "More than anyone before him, Norman used situation comedy to shine a light on prejudice, intolerance, and inequality."

Quinta Brunson: "My Goat.  What a life."

Jane Fonda: "changed the face and soul of American comedy."

Tyler Perry: "A hero."

George Clooney: "A giant walked in his shoes."

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