“There’s never been a more engaging & multi-talented performer,” Carl Reiner tweeted.
“In a span of 90 years, since she was four, dear Rosie performed on radio, in vaudeville, night clubs, films, TV, & Vegas & always had audiences clamoring for “more!!”
I was so sad to learn of the passing of Rosemarie. There's never been a more engaging & multi-talented performer. In a span of 90 years, since she was four, dear Rosie performed on radio, in vaudeville, night clubs, films, TV, & Vegas & always had audiences clamoring for "more!!"
— carl reiner (@carlreiner) December 29, 2017
RIP Rose Marie, one of the original (and terrific) wisecracking women in comedy. TV would never have been the same without her.
— Larry King (@kingsthings) December 29, 2017
Rest In Peace Rose Marie!
Thank you for bringing my family and I a lifetime of happiness and laughter! One of my greatest childhood memories was gathering around our 📺 set to watch “The Dick Van Dyke Show” Honored to have worked w you on the pilot “Faculty Lounge” Love you🌹
— Maureen McCormick (@MoMcCormick7) December 29, 2017
I’m heartbroken over the loss of Rose Marie. I met her years ago when she and Morey Amsterdam guested on Caroline in the City. We reconnected this year and there was nothing more delightful then seeing a text from her. What a life and career.
— Bill Prady ⚛️ (@billprady) December 29, 2017
She was genuinely funny, she made no enemies, she wrote her #MeToo story in the last year of her life, and wrote it well.
Thank you, Rose Marie. Keep heaven in stitches. https://t.co/21sJgKbnc5
— Quinn Cummings (@quinncy) December 29, 2017
Thanks to the documentary makers who, just in the nick of time, gave the great Rose Marie the chance to hear the wonderful round of accolades she earned.
— Paula Poundstone (@paulapoundstone) December 29, 2017
RIP Rose Marie, you were a breath of fresh air on Twitter and I rediscovered you again as I binge-watched the Dick Van Dyke Show recently https://t.co/tEZRfr4hLD
— Matt Oswalt (@MattOswaltVA) December 29, 2017
Rose Marie (1923-2017): pic.twitter.com/S6y5B0IHkr
— Michael Beschloss (@BeschlossDC) December 29, 2017
One of her last tweets…Rest in Peace Dear Lady.❤ #RoseMarie https://t.co/rBowtX3jKL
— Bruno Amato (@BrunoAmato_1) December 29, 2017
Thanks for lifting us all up, dear Rose Marie! https://t.co/Y01uo89eZG
— Ron Perlman (@perlmutations) December 29, 2017
RIP Rose Marie. She seemed to be the only person for whom Twitter improved their quality of life.
— J. Elvis Weinstein (@JElvisWeinstein) December 29, 2017
RIP RoseMarie was adorably gutsy:) One of the best… https://t.co/PViEmHuFu8
— Robin Strasser (@robinstrasser) December 29, 2017
Sally Rogers was the patron saint of female TV comedy writers. Thank you, Rose Marie for making it seem like so much fun. https://t.co/1XHGiMXs1k
— Noell Scovell (@NellSco) December 29, 2017
R.I.P. @RoseMarie4Real. I’m so glad you got to experience the dawn of change. Thank you. You were the first. #RoseMarie
— Judy Gold (@JewdyGold) December 29, 2017
Such sad news to hear of the passing of Rose Marie. My condolences to her family and loved ones. Rest In Peace Rose. 🙏 #TheDickVanDykeShow pic.twitter.com/wUPmmtEDKd
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) December 29, 2017
Rose Marie, 94
(Aug 15, 1923 – Dec 28, 2017)
Goodbye to a stalwart show biz veteran and one heck of a funny lady. You shall be missed, Sally Rogers. pic.twitter.com/abAfyn2kqx
— RealGilbertACP (@RealGilbertACP) December 29, 2017
SAG-AFTRA celebrates the life and amazing nine-decade career of Rose Marie, #sagaftramember since 1938. https://t.co/BHSfkUvyhA
— SAG-AFTRA (@sagaftra) December 29, 2017
Rose Marie, Decades-Spanning Showbiz Veteran, Is Dead at 94 https://t.co/7y6EDeOgFb
— Phillip Sheppard (@PSheppardTV) December 29, 2017
Rose Marie, Legendary Star of Broadway, Film & TV Dies at 94… https://t.co/XhAfZZLLv5
— BroadwayWorld (@BroadwayWorld) December 29, 2017
Rose Marie was an important female comic voice and an inspiration. RIP you will never be forgotten.
— Caroline Rhea (@CarolineRhea) December 29, 2017