LOS ANGELES, CA (AP) - A family spokesman for Bea Arthur says the star of TV's "Maude"and "The Golden Girls" has died.
Spokesman Dan Watt says the 86-year-old Arthur died at homeearly Saturday. He says Arthur had cancer, but he declined to givefurther details.
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The tall, deep-voiced actress won a Tony Award for the musical"Mame" and Emmy Awards for "The Golden Girls" and "Maude." Arthur'srazor-sharp delivery of comedy lines helped make the sitcoms hitsand turned the veteran stage and film actress into a popular TVstar.
Arthur first appeared as the character Maude in the 1970slandmark comedy series "All in the Family," making guestappearances as the loudly outspoken, liberal in-law of blue-collarbigot Archie Bunker (Carroll O'Connor).
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