Penny Marshall dies at 75 after complications from diabetes

Actress Penny Marshall poses on arrival for the film premiere of 'New Year's Eve' at Grauman's Chinese Theater in Hollywood on December 5, 2011. The movie opens in theaters on December 9. AFP PHOTO / Frederic J. BROWN (Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP/Getty Images)

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — According to a TMZ report, Penny Marshall died Monday at the age of 75.

Marshall died at her home from complications from diabetes, the report said.

She was known for her acting, comedy and directing. One of her biggest hits was the sitcom, “Laverne & Shirely.”

Other notable career moments for Marshall include making history when she became the first woman to ever gross more than $100 million from  directing a film. That film was the 1988 hit “Big” with Tom Hanks.

She also directed “A League of Their Own,” and “Awakenings.”