She died Thursday at her Palos Verdes, CA home, reports Entertainment Weekly.
Best known for her role in Norman Lear's original rendition of 'One Day at a Time', Fabray was a beloved star of stage and screen, as well as a gifted singer and tap dancer whose career spanned seven decades.
By the 1950s, she was well known to TV audiences for her big-grinning performances on 'Caesar's Hour', for which she won two Emmy Awards.
Fabray was married to NBC executive David Tebet from 1947-1951 and to screenwriter Ranald MacDougall from 1957 until his death in 1973.
Survivors include a son, Jamie, from her second marriage and a niece, actress Shelley Fabares, and her husband, actor Mike Farrell. (ANI)