Cast of All In The Family
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The Only Surviving Stars Of All In The Family
In the vibrant era of 1970s sitcoms, creator Norman Lear birthed “All in the Family.” The sitcom wasn't just popular, it became a force of influence and, usually, controversy.
Led by parents Archie and Edith, the Bunkers offered a satirical lens on American attitudes, skillfully navigating the post-Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War era.
Sally Struthers
Sally Struthers’s character, Gloria, was initially dopey but became remarkably sharp over the years. Struthers endures as one of the cast's lasting stars.
Struthers transitioned to voice acting and activism after her time on the series. She supports the Christian Children's Fund, aiding children in many third-world countries.
Rob Reiner
As the Bunker’s son-in-law, Michael "Meathead" Stivic, Rob Reiner captured the essence of liberal politics and its supporters of the era. Eventually, he transitioned to filmmaking.
Becoming a Hollywood commodity in filmmaking, Reiner achieved acclaim for directing classics such as “Stand By Me,” “When Harry Met Sally,” “Misery,” and “A Few Good Men.”
Danielle Brisebois
Danielle Brisbois joined the cast as Stephanie Mills, the daughter of Edith's step-cousin Floyd, a neglectful drunk who left her.
Brisebois became a sought-after songwriter, writing tracks for Kylie Minogue, Clay Aiken, and Paula Abdul. She earned a 2013 Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song.