The late Art Carney earned seven Emmy Awards, five of them for his memorable role as the lovable Ed Norton on The Honeymooners. Following The Honeymooners, he worked extensively on Broadway where he created the role of fussy Felix Unger in the original production of The Odd Couple and appeared in The Rope Dancers, The Prisoner of Second Avenue and Take Her, She’s Mine. His first lead role in a feature film was in Harry and Tonto, which won him an Oscar. Other film credits include A Guide for the Married Man, W.W. and the Dixie Dance Kings and The Late Show. His role in the 1984 telefilm Terrible Joe Moran won him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Special.