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- March 18, 2013
- Vol. 79
- No. 11
Bonnie Franklin: 1944-2013
She Pioneered a New Kind of Sitcom Mom-a Believable One-on the Classic One Day at a Time
In putting herself out there, the actress, 69, who died of complications of pancreatic cancer March 1, became a inspiration to modern working mothers-and to Bertinelli, 52, just 15 when the show debuted. "She taught me how to navigate this business," says the actress, "and life itself." If her role on One Day also meant being remembered for her distinctive red mop of hair, Franklin was okay with it. "I looked like a cocker spaniel," she later joked. "But we weren't doing fashion. We were in Indianapolis!"
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