(CNN) — Actress Bonnie Franklin, a Tony Award nominee who played a single mom at the center of the hit TV sitcom "One Day at a Time," died Friday of complications from pancreatic cancer. Franklin was 69. The woman who played the youngest daughter of

Like Franklin's character on “One Day at a Time,” the title character of this 1990s series is trying to start a new life as a single mother after leaving her husband. Grace, played by Brett Butler, was something of a working-class feminist heroine

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It's been nearly 30 years since “One Day at a Time” went off the air — since Bonnie Franklin, who played single mother Ann Romano on the long-running sitcom, was regularly seen on TV. But Franklin's death last week, at 69, has prompted an outpouring

Bonnie Franklin, best known for her role as single mom Ann Romano on “One Day at a Time,” has died at the age of 69.