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Farrah Fawcett

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Farrah Fawcett

American actress and artist add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1947.

Countries: United States (67%), (11%), Germany (5%)

Main connections: Jaclyn Smith, Kate Jackson, Alana Stewart

Linked to: Associated Press, Los Angeles Times, People, Playboy

 

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Farrah Fawcett was born in 1947 add something


1968

Finally, in 1968, the summer following her junior year, with her parents' permission to "try her luck" in Hollywood, Farrah moved to Hollywood add something


1969

She had a sizable part in the 1969 French romantic-drama, "Love Is a Funny Thing" add something


1970

Fawcett, who had steadfastly resisted appearing nude in magazines throughout the 1970s and 1980s , caused a major stir by posing semi-nude in the December 1995 issue of "Playboy" add something

 

Her hairstyle was emulated by young women in the 1970s and 1980s add something

 

Shampoo - In the 1970s ads featuring Farrah Fawcett and Christie Brinkley asserted that it was unhealthy not to shampoo several times a week

 

Poster - The late 1970s and into the beginning of the 1980s were boom years for large posters of television actresses, especially Farrah Fawcett and Cheryl Tiegs


1971

Jaclyn Smith - She landed a job as a "Breck girl" for Breck Shampoo in 1971, and a few years later joined another popular model/actress, Farrah Fawcett, as a spokesmodel for Wella Balsam shampoo


1973

Fawcett was married to Lee Majors, star of television's "The Six Million Dollar Man", from 1973 to 1982, although the couple separated in 1979 add something


1975

Mercury Cougar - TV commercials compared the Cougar to the Lincoln Continental Mark IV, the most notable featuring Farrah Fawcett in a 1975 TV ad


 

A multiple Golden Globe and Emmy award nominee, Fawcett rose to international fame when she first appeared as private investigator Jill Munroe in the first season of the television series "Charlie's Angels", in 1976 add something

 

Fawcett co-starred with Michael York and Richard Jordan in the well-received science-fiction film, "Logan's Run" in 1976 add something

 

In 1976, Pro Arts Inc., pitched the idea of a poster of Fawcett to her agent, and a photo shoot was arranged with photographer Bruce McBroom, who was hired by the poster company add something

 

The red one-piece bathing suit worn by Farrah in her famous 1976 poster was donated to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History on February 2, 2011 add something

 

On March 21, 1976, the first appearance of Fawcett playing the character Jill Munroe in "Charlie's Angels" was aired as a movie of the week add something

 

The "Charlie's Angels" series formally debuted on September 22, 1976 add something

 

Jaclyn Smith - In 1976, she was cast in "Charlie's Angels", alongside Kate Jackson and Farrah Fawcett

 

Norma Kamali - She designed the red one-piece bathing suit worn by Farrah Fawcett in the iconic 1976 Charlie's Angels poster

 

Jaclyn Smith - On March 21, 1976, Smith first played Kelly Garrett in "Charlie's Angels"; the show was aired as a movie of the week, starring Smith, Kate Jackson and Farrah Fawcett as private investigators for Townsend Associates, a detective agency run by a reclusive multi-millionaire whom the women had never met


1977

Fabergé (cosmetics) - In 1977 Barrie launched the Farrah Fawcett hair product and fragrance lines and he signed the actress and star of "Charlie's Angels" to a promotional contract with Fabergé

 

Cheryl Ladd - Ladd is best known for her role as Kris Munroe in the television series "Charlie's Angels", hired amid a swirl of publicity prior to its second season in 1977 to replace the departing Farrah Fawcett-Majors

 

Charlie's Angels - Pivotal series actress Farrah Fawcett-Majors turned in her resignation just before the season one finale aired on May 4, 1977, commenting she wished to embark on a film career


1978

Patrick Demarchelier - He has photographed many advertising campaigns, including Farrah Fawcett shampoo in 1978, the Brooke Shields doll in 1982, Lauren by Ralph Lauren, Cutty Sark, and a Calvin Klein ad with Talisa Soto and Giorgio Armani, Chanel, GAP, Gianni Versace, L'Oréal, Elizabeth Arden, Revlon, Lancôme, Gianfranco Ferré

 

Stephen Burrows (designer) - In 1978 Farrah Fawcett wore his gold chainmail dress to the Academy Awards where she was a presenter


1980

Iterations of her hair style predominated American women's hair styles well into the 1980s add something

 

Stanley Donen - In 1980 Donen made the science fiction film "Saturn 3", starring Kirk Douglas, Farrah Fawcett and Harvey Keitel


1983

In 1983, Fawcett won critical acclaim for her role in the Off-Broadway stage production of the controversial play "Extremities", written by William Mastrosimone add something


1984

Fabergé (cosmetics) - By 1984, the company had expanded its personal care products to Aphrodisia, Aqua Net Hair Spray, Babe, Cavale, Brut, Ceramic Nail glaze, Flambeau, Great Skin, Grande Finale, Just Wonderful, Macho, Kiku, Partage, Tip Top Accessories, Tigress, Woodhue, Xandu, Zizanie de Fragonard, Caryl Richards, Farrah Fawcett, and Fabergé Organics

 

Penelope Milford - In 1984, Penelope appeared in the Golden Globe *award winning television movie "The Burning Bed" starring Farrah Fawcett


1985

The relationship produced a son, Redmond James Fawcett O'Neal, born January 30, 1985 in Los Angeles add something


1986

Alfre Woodard - In 1986, Woodard starred opposite Farrah Fawcett in the drama film "Extremities" based on a 1982 Off-Broadway play of the same name by William Mastrosimone

 

Diana Scarwid - She garnered critical acclaim for her supporting role in 1986's "Extremities", starring Farrah Fawcett


1988

Candy Barr - In March 1988, it was announced that Ryan O'Neal would direct Farrah Fawcett in a biopic about Barr based on a script by George Axelrod, who wrote the Broadway play "Will Success Spoil Rock Hunter-", but the movie was never produced


 

Her 1989 portrayal of convicted murderer Diane Downs in the miniseries "Small Sacrifices" earned her a second "Emmy nomination" and her sixth Golden Globe award nomination add something


1991

Al Green - In 1991 he created the introductory theme song for the short-lived television series "Good Sports" featuring Ryan O'Neal and Farrah Fawcett


1992

Alana Austin - Austin made her major acting debut in the 1992 TV film "Criminal Behavior" starring Farrah Fawcett


1994

George Wendt - In 1994 he appeared in the film "Man Of The House" as Chet Bronski, the stepfather of Norman , and played on this stage with Chevy Chase, Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Farrah Fawcett


1995

Chevy Chase - After having starred with Farrah Fawcett in the relatively successful "Man of the House" in 1995, he received Harvard Lampoon's Lifetime Achievement *award in 1996


1997

From 1997 to 1998, Fawcett had a relationship with Canadian filmmaker James Orr, writer and producer of the Disney feature film in which she co-starred with Chevy Chase and Jonathan Taylor Thomas, "Man of the House" add something

 

On June 5, 1997, Fawcett received negative commentary after giving a rambling interview and appearing distracted on "Late Show with David Letterman" add something

 

At the age of 50, she returned to "Playboy" with a pictorial for the July 1997 issue, which became a top seller add something


1998

The relationship ended when Orr was charged with and later convicted of beating Fawcett during a 1998 fight between the two add something


2001

Fawcett's elder sister, Diane Fawcett Walls, died from lung cancer just before her 63rd birthday, on October 16, 2001 add something


2003

In November 2003, Fawcett prepared for her return to Broadway in a production of "Bobbi Boland", the tragicomic tale of a former Miss Florida add something


2004

Fawcett continued to work in television, with well-regarded appearances in made-for-television movies and on popular television series including "Ally McBeal" and four episodes each of "Spin City" and "The Guardian", her work on the latter show earning her a third Emmy nomination in 2004 add something

 

Tricia Helfer - In 2004, she portrayed Farrah Fawcett in the telemovie "The Unauthorized Story of 'Charlie's Angels"'


2005

The fifth episode of her 2005 "Chasing Farrah" series followed the actress home to Texas to visit with her father, James, and mother, Pauline add something

 

Pauline Fawcett died soon after, on March 4, 2005, at the age of 91 add something


2006

Actress Has Been Battling Cancer Since 2006 add something

 

Jaclyn Smith - In August 2006, Smith reunited with her angels co-stars Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson at the 58th Primetime Emmy *awards in tribute to producer Aaron Spelling who died earlier that year


2007

Less than four months later, in May 2007, Fawcett brought a small digital video camera to document a doctor's office visit add something

 

On April 6, the Associated Press reported that her cancer had metastasized to her liver, a development Fawcett had learned of in May 2007 and which her subsequent treatments in Germany had targeted add something


Farrah Fawcett died in 2009 add something

 

The "Los Angeles Times" reported Fawcett was in the last stages of her cancer and had the chance to see her son Redmond in April 2009, although shackled and under supervision, as he was incarcerated add something

 

The two-hour documentary "Farrah's Story", which was filmed by Fawcett and friend Alana Stewart, aired on NBC on May 15, 2009 add something

 

On June 22, 2009, The "Los Angeles Times" and Reuters reported that Ryan O'Neal had said that Fawcett had agreed to marry him as soon as she felt strong enough add something

 

Fawcett earned her fourth Emmy nomination posthumously on July 16, 2009, as producer of "Farrah's Story" add something

 

Ryan O'Neal - O'Neal was in a long-term relationship with actress Farrah Fawcett until her death in 2009

 

Alana Stewart - In May 2009, Stewart was in the media spotlight for her role in the documentary "Farrah's Story" about her friend Farrah Fawcett's battle with cancer

 

Charlie's Angels - Following the death of Farrah Fawcett in June 2009, WGN America aired a week of marathons of the show

 

Richard Wilkins (TV presenter) - Reporting live on the deaths of Farrah Fawcett and Michael Jackson on 26 June 2009, Wilkins erroneously reported the death of actor Jeff Goldblum on "Today", although later in the program this was verified as a hoax


 

In March 2010, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences caused controversy when Fawcett was excluded from the "In Memoriam" montage at the 82nd Academy awards ceremony, along with fellow television stars Bea Arthur, Gene Barry and Ed McMahon add something


2011

In 2011, "Men's Health" named her one of the "100 Hottest Women of All-Time", ranking her at No. 31 add something


2013

Following a 2013 court case between O'Neal and the University of Texas, which had been named by Fawcett as the recipient of all of her artwork, one of the portraits was deemed the property of O'Neal add something


2014

In 2014, his half sister Tatum O'Neal told "People", "I love him, but I have never seen a more scary side of addiction," and urged him to go to 12-step meetings with her but he refused add something


2015

In 2015, his probation was revoked and he was sentenced to three years in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation add something


2018

In 2018, he was arrested and charged with attempted murder, robbery, assault and drug possession after he allegedly tried to rob a convenience store in Santa Monica add something