Charlotte Rae - the actress who played the beloved Mrs. Garrett in "Diff'rent Strokes" and "The Facts of Life" - has reportedly died, according to TMZ. Rae revealed previous year that she had bone and pancreatic cancer, but a cause of death was not immediately revealed.
Charlotte Rae said it was a "miracle" they found the pancreatic cancer "because usually, it's too late".
The next year the character was spun off into a series of her own: "The Facts of Life", set at a boarding school where Mrs. Garrett was the house mother, mentoring the girls on their adolescent issues.
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Producer John Cohen wrote on Twitter: "I was thinking about Charlotte Rae the other day when they announced The Facts of Life reboot and how hard it's going to be to replace her memorable Mrs Garrett".
Tony and Emmy nominated actress, comedienne and singer, Charlotte Rae passed away in her Los Angeles home, surrounded by family, on August 5th, 2018.
In 1961 she became a semi-regular on the New York-based cop sitcom "Car 54, Where Are You?" as the wife of the NYPD officer played by future "Munsters" grandpa Al Lewis. "I'm not in any pain right now", she explained at the time.
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She was born in Milwaukee in 1926, and graduated from Shorewood High School. In lieu of flowers, the family is asking that donations be made to the, The Actors Fund, Pancreatic Cancer Action Network (Pan-Can) or the Clare Foundation. I lost my hair, but I had attractive wigs. "I'm feeing so terrific and so glad to be above ground". Now I have to figure out whether I want to go have treatment again or opt for life, ' she continued. "I'm grateful for the life I've already had". A cause of death was not immediately provided. "The Phil Silvers Show", "ER", and "Girl Meets World".
Some of her former co-stars took to Twitter on Sunday night to pay their respects. She racked up over 90 credits across six decades, making her final appearance in the 2015 Meryl Streep movie Ricki and the Flash.
Charlotte is survived by her two children, Larry and Andrew Strauss, from her marriage to U.S. film composer John Strauss.
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After starring in "The Facts of Life" from 1979 to 1986, she left the show to return to the stage.