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Georgia Engel

TV Land is delighted to welcome Georgia Engel back to the cast of the hit series Hot in Cleveland where she will reprise her role of Mamie, Elka's (Betty White) feisty senior center screenwriting partner.

Georgia Engel was born on July 28th, 1948 in Washington, D.C, and went on to study acting at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Upon graduation, Engel returned to the district and began appearing in musical theatre productions with the American Light Opera Company. Her passion for live theatre soon found her playing the role of Minnie Fay in the Broadway production of Hello Dolly!, and performing in The House of Blue Leaves, during which a Los Angeles performance garnered the attention of Mary Tyler Moore and Grant Tinker.

From there Engel appeared in what was intended to be a one-time part as Georgette Franklin Baxter on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, but her brilliant comedic performance was so well received that producers quickly expanded her role in the series. Engel remained on MTM until the series ended in 1977, and received two Emmy nominations for her performance. During her tenure on Mary Tyler Moore, Engel struck up a friendship with fellow actress Betty White and the two began working together on Betty's next television program, The Betty White Show. Engel continued working in television, with a recurring guest role on the long running series Coach, and was cast as Esmeralda the good witch on NBC soap Passions.

Georgia continued to land recurring guest roles on television, and her tenure as Robert Barone's (Brad Garrett) spunky mother-in-law on Everybody Loves Raymond won her three back-to-back Emmy nominations. During that time Engel also performed onstage in a female remake of The Odd Couple alongside I Dream of Jeannie's Barbara Eden. Engel's most recent television credits include guest roles on The Office and Two and a Half Men.

Hot in Cleveland TV Schedule

Tuesday
September 16
9:00pm
The Proposal
Between Victoria's five marriages and Emmet's four, Emmet enlists the ladies' help in finding a surprising way to propose, but Victoria is not the only one in for a surprise. Guest Star: Alan Dale
TV-PG
Wednesday
September 17
8:30pm
Pony Up
Victoria acts as a spokesmodel and inadvertently commits to a very generous donation on national TV. Joy works with private investigator, Bob, and reunites with hot Brony fireman, Sean. Guest stars: Eddie Cibrian, Dave Foley
TV-PG
8:36pm
No Glove, No Love
The ladies try to make Wilbur's first birthday memorable and Melanie and Alec contemplate what it would be like to have a family together. Guest star: Jay Harrington
TV-PG
9:00pm
No Glove, No Love
The ladies try to make Wilbur's first birthday memorable and Melanie and Alec contemplate what it would be like to have a family together. Guest star: Jay Harrington
TV-PG
9:12pm
The Fixer
Melanie, reeling from her break-up, finds a rebound in alcohol and the unsavory Danny. Victoria hires a shady lawyer to help her jailed fiance while Joy and Elka get competitive in film class. A conflict of interest causes Melanie to juggle two men, including blast from the past: Dr. Everett. Guest Stars: Tom Arnold, Jack Wagner
TV-PG
9:30pm
The Fixer
Melanie, reeling from her break-up, finds a rebound in alcohol and the unsavory Danny. Victoria hires a shady lawyer to help her jailed fiance while Joy and Elka get competitive in film class. A conflict of interest causes Melanie to juggle two men, including blast from the past: Dr. Everett. Guest Stars: Tom Arnold, Jack Wagner
TV-PG
Thursday
September 18
8:36pm
Cleveland Indians
Lying to Cleveland's top pediatrician leads Joy to host a traditional Indian dinner party. When Victoria's wedding planner arrives, the stage is set for a classic farce--appropriate as Elka auditions for a play. Guest star: Michael Urie
TV-PG