In honor of Roseanne Barr's 63rd birthday on Tuesday, click on to see what she and the rest of her "Roseanne" co-stars are up to today.
Barr, who won an Emmy in four nominations for "Roseanne," went on to launch her own talk show, "The Roseanne Show," after the sitcom ended in 1997. The talk show ran from 1998 to 2000 before being canceled. She later returned to her stand-up roots with a world tour in 2005 and landed a reality TV show titled "Roseanne's Nuts" that featured herself, boyfriend Johnny Argent, and son Jake as they ran a macadamia nut and livestock farm in Hawaii. The show lasted 16 episodes during the summer of 2011 before being canceled. Most recently, she's had cameos on the sitcoms "Cristela," "The Office" and "The Millers" and served as a judge on "Last Comic Standing" in 2014. She also has dabbled in politics, hosting a politically themed radio show in Los Angeles and seeking the Green Party nomination for U.S. president in 2012. After losing the nomination, she ran for president as the candidate for the Peace and Freedom Party, receiving 61,971 votes overall. In April 2015, she revealed that she had been diagnosed with both macular degeneration and glaucoma, and thus is gradually losing her eyesight and expects to eventually go blind.
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