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Bonnie Franklin, 'One Day at a Time' star, has died at age 69 Rest In Peace.

Bonnie Franklin - Loved her in 'One Day at a Time' and 'The Bonnie Franklin Show'. A classy, funny, talented lady who will be missed.

Bonnie Gail Franklin (January 6, 1944 – March 1, 2013) was an American actress, best known for her leading role as divorced mother Ann Romano in the television series One Day at a Time (1975-1984, CBS). She was nominated for Emmy, Tony and Golden Globe Awards. Franklin first appeared on television at age 9 in The Colgate Comedy Hour. She debuted on Broadway in 1970 in the musical Applause, earning a Tony Award nomination.

Born: Bonnie Gail Franklin, January 6, 1944 in Santa Monica, California, USA. Died March 1, 2013 (aged 69) Los Angeles, California Cause of death Pancreatic cancer. Bonnie Franklin, the pert, redheaded actress who won fame as a divorced mom on the long-running sitcom 'One Day at a Time,' has died. Though she already had stage and TV credits, 'One Day at a Time' made her a star with its premiere in 1975.

~cute smile~ 3 year old Martijn Franklin Altmann was sadly murdered in Auschwitz with his older brother Raphael on March 26, 1944.

If you ask folks from Hickory, North Carolina, what they remember about the year 1944, they might tell you about their fathers fighting Hitler, about the hardships of war, about the polio epidemic that swept the town and claimed their young ones, and about the lifesaving hospital camp they called the Miracle of Hickory. If anyone knows about those things, it’s Ann Fay Honeycutt for sure.Ann Fay has always wanted to wear a pair of overalls of her very own, a privilege usually reserved for…

Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman campaign button, 1944. Truman Presidential Library and Museum. #electioncollection