Harvey, who was born and raised in Tulsa, Okla., was married to the late Lynne Cooper of St. Louis. They had one son, Paul Jr.
He began his radio career in 1933 in Tulsa, while he was still in high school, his Web site said.
Paul Harvey News consisted of more than 1,200 radio stations and 400 Armed Forces Network stations that broadcast around the world and 300 newspapers, his biography reported.
On her way to winning an Oscar, Penelope Cruz had a very interesting journey – the first decade of her career, she spent working on movies in her homeland of Spain. And even after she’d become a star there, people told her she’d never make it in Hollywood. (CLICK ON THE MEDIA BAR BELOW)
AS Lorelai Gilmore, the sassy, witty, speed-talking single mom on “Gilmore Girls,” Lauren Graham be came a TV star.
Now, on Sunday, she makes her Broadway debut in “Guys and Dolls” as Miss Adelaide, a nightclub singer, dancer and stripper trying to get her gambling man to the altar.
That may come as a surprise, given the big-hearted but foul-tempered, pistol-packin’ granny has emerged as director-writer-producer-actor Perry’s signature character and, now, his cash cow.
“Tyler Perry’s Madea Goes to Jail” topped the U.S. box office last weekend with $41 million in its first three days of release. The dramedy marks Perry’s all-time opening weekend, and is poised to sprint past the overall take of his top-grossing film, “Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion” (2006).
Still, Perry confesses: “I would love to see Madea die a slow death in the next film.”