ONE DAY AT A TIME's 'Schneider' Pat Harrington Dies at 86

Variety reports that Pat Harrington Jr., best known for his role as building super Dwayne Schneider on the 1970's CBS sitcom ONE DAY AT A TIME, passed away on Wednesday, January 6th at the age of 86.

His daughter, Tresa Harrington, announced the news on her Facebook page today, although did not reveal the cause of death. It was believed that the actor's health was in decline following a diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.

ONE DAY AT A TIME aired from 1975 to 1984 and co-starred Bonnie Franklin as a single mom raising her two teenaged daughters, portrayed by Mackenzie Phillips and Valerie Bertinelli. The actor also appeared on "The Steve Allen Show," "The Danny Thomas Show" and "Owen Marshall, Counselor at Law."

On film, he had roles in such films as Elvis Presley's "Easy Come, Easy Go" (1967) and "The Candidate" (1972). He most recently appeared on TV in guest roles on "Curb Your Enthusiasm" and "Hot in Cleveland."

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