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Arthur Godfrey's Granddaughter
Arthur's granddaughter, Mary Schmidt Amons, toasting to the good life on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of D.C."
Famed entertainer Arthur Godfrey was virtually a constant presence on radio & TV in the '50s and '60s.

Early radio and television personality Arthur Godfrey was arguably the most popular and trusted name in America in the 1950s. His father was a sportswriter and his mother was an artist and composer. Although she set aside her career for family, she encouraged her children toward show biz. After her son Arthur became famous, some of her compositions were performed by symphony orchestras in Canada, and she appeared on Groucho Marx’s TV quiz showYou Bet Your Life. Godfrey’s granddaughter, Mary Schmidt Amons, was a cast member on the first and only season of Bravo’s The Real Housewives of D.C. (2010). Mary founded “Labels for Love” in 2006, a charitable foundation that produces fashion events and raises money for various women’s and children’s causes. She is also co-founder of another D.C.-based charity, "The District Sample Sale."

In 2012, Mary announced that she was filing for divorce from her husband of 26 years. 

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