Bonnie Franklin, star of 'One Day At a Time,' dies at 69
Bonnie Franklin, the actress who created an indelible television character playing a divorced, working mother of two headstrong daughters on the long-running series “One Day at a Time,” died Friday at her home in Los
Before Bonnie Franklin — who died Friday at the age of 69 of pancreatic cancer — and her hit Norman Lear sitcom One Day at a Time arrived on the scene, most television mothers were either stay-at-home wives or working widows. But Franklin's Ann
"Bonnie has always been one of the most important women in my life and was a second mother to me," her One Day at a Time daughter says.
Noo, this is super sad! Bonnie Franklin, from One Day At a Time fame, has passed away. She was 69 years old. The death stems from complications with pancreatic cancer — which she was diagnosed with in September 2012
“One Day at a Time,” which ran on CBS from 1975 to 1984, followed Ann Romano (played by Bonnie Franklin, lower right), who moved with her two teenage daughters, Julie (Valerie Bertinelli, center) and Barbara Cooper (Mackenzie Phillips, upper right