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Lansbury was born in 1925.
"Murder, She Wrote" premiered in the U.S. on Sept. 30, 1984.
Lansbury plays the character Jessica Fletcher.
Fletcher has no children in the television series. Angela Lansbury, who plays the character Jessica Fletcher, had two children with her late husband Peter Shaw.
Fletcher is a former English teacher and mystery writer but not a lawyer.
The series "Murder, She Wrote" aired on the CBS television network in the U.S.
Cabot Cove, Maine, is the fictional town that is the setting for the series "Murder, She Wrote."
The television series "Murder, She Wrote" aired for 12 seasons before it was canceled.
Jessica never learns to drive. Instead, she walks, rides a bicycle or gets a ride from a friend.
There were four "Murder, She Wrote" television movies, including "Murder, She Wrote: South by Southwest."
Lansbury once played Jessica Fletcher's cousin, Emma McGill.
Over the course of 12 seasons, there were 264 original episodes of the series.
Masak continues to act, wrapping two movies in 2016 alone.
Jessica lives at 698 Candlewood Lane, Cabot Cove, Maine 03041.
"The Law and Harry McGraw" premiered in 1987.
Bosley played Tupper in the series. Bosley was probably best known for his role as Howard Cunningham on "Happy Days."
Lansbury was born in East London, England, on Oct. 16, 1925.
Fischer, with Richard Levinson and William Link, created the series "Murder, She Wrote." The trio also served as executive producers for the series.
The word "murder" appears in the title of 48 episodes of the series, including the first episode, "The Murder of Sherlock Holmes."
Windom plays Dr. Seth Hazlitt in the television series. Windom was also a tournament-level chess player.
The title and credits of the series "Murder, She Wrote" appear in the Art Gothic font.
The population of the fictional town of Cabot Cove, Maine, is 3,650.
Grady Fletcher is Jessica's nephew, who is featured in several episodes of the series.
Horton went on to have roles in two "Star Trek" movies: "Star Trek: First Contact" and "Star Trek: Insurrection."
It aired on Sunday nights for the majority of the show's 12 seasons.
Jessica wrote "The Corpse Danced at Midnight" after her husband died.
Hagarty is a British secret agent, played by the actor Len Cariou.
Jessica buys a second home in New York City.
Frank was in the Air Force.
The series finale aired on May 19, 1996. The final episode was titled "Death by Demographics."