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13 celebrity tweets on Penny Marshall’s passing

Actress, director and producer Penny Marshall died in Los Angeles due to complications of diabetes on December 17, 2018. She was 75.

Celebrities took to Twitter to pay tribute to Marshall. Here are 13 of them:

1. Rob Reiner, 71, has been acting and writing since 1967 and has been directing since 1984. He was married to Marshall from 1971 to 1981.


2. Ava DuVernay, 46, is an award-winning director, producer and screenwriter. Among her notable works are “Selma” and “A Wrinkle in Time.”


3. Danny DeVito, 74, has been acting since 1970. He was recently given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2018 San Sebastian International Film Festival.


4. Billy Crystal, 70, has been acting since 1976. He is set to appear in the 2019 film “Untogether” with Jamie Dornan and Ben Mendelsohn.


5. Mark Wahlberg, 47, has been acting since 1993. He is set to star in the 2019 film “Wonderland” with Post Malone and Bokeem Woodbine.


6. Kathy Griffin, 58, is a comedian with one Grammy Award. She recently played Kellyanne Conway in “Make America Great-a-Thon: A President Show Special.”


7. Viola Davis, 53, won an Oscar for her role in “Fences.” She and Octavia Spencer are the only two African-American actresses to receive three nominations from the Academy Awards.


8. Jen Yamato, 37, is a film reporter. She played a junket interview in the 2018 film “California No.”


9. Charles Ellis Schumer, 68, is the incumbent senator of New York. He and comedian Amy Schumer are first cousins.


10. Alana Massey, 33, is a writer. She released her memoir titled “All the Lives I Want” in 2017.


11. Trisha Yearwood, 54, is a country singer who has released 12 studio albums. Her 13th album titled “Let’s Be Frank” will be released via Williams-Sonoma on December 20, 2018 and everywhere on February 14, 2019.


12. Kirk Acevedo, 47, has been acting since 1994. He has been playing Ricardo Diaz in “Arrow” since 2017.


13. Dr. Mehmet Oz, 58, a pseudoscience promoter, cardiothoracic surgeon and Columbia University professor. He has a show titled “The Dr. Oz Show.”


Here is a video about Marshall:

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