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Farrah Fawcett, also known as Farrah Fawcett-Majors is an actress born on 2 February 1947 and died on 25 June 2009.
The actress has been popularized for the character of Jill Munroe in the TV series Strange Ladies (1976).
Originally from Lebanon, Farrah Fawcett was born Mary Farrah Leni Fawcett on February 2 1947 in Corpus Christi, Texas. It was during his studies in art at the University of Texas decide to pose as a model for advertising, having noted in a beauty contest within the university. She is soon in small series (Harry O).
In 1976, she agreed to turn the pilot of a television series to Aaron Spelling. This is Charlie's Angels (Funny women). She plays the role of Jill Munroe, recruited by a mysterious man and responsible for conducting investigations rocambolesques with two other teammates (played by Jaclyn Smith and Kate Jackson). The adventures of three funny ladies were a great success making an international star Farrah, even eclipse the fame of her own husband, Lee Majors (The man who was three billion, L'Homme qui tombe a pic ).
Known and recognized within the profession, but increasingly harassed by the public, Farrah opted to leave the studios Spelling at the end of the first season to pursue his career in film. After a long arm with the producers, it gets to be replaced by Cheryl Ladd, who plays the role of her little sister, but will make several appearances the following season as a guest.
Apart from a few films like Extremities in 1986, 1997 The Preacher and Dr. T and the Women in 2000 that its benefits will be welcomed by critics, the film career of the actress will prove disappointing.
Farrah Fawcett married Lee Majors in July 1973 and took the name of Farrah Fawcett-Majors. However, the Fawcett-Majors couple separated in 1982. It then has a long relationship with actor Ryan O'Neal, whom she has a child in 1985 named Redmond.
On 7 October 2006, she is suffering from colon cancer. It is made of a tumor in the intestine and started chemotherapy.
She died on 25 June 2009 to 9 h 28 (local time) in the intensive care unit of the hospital Saint John's Health Center in Santa Monica, California.
* 1969: A man who I love Claude Lelouch, the role of Patricia
* 1970: Myra Breckinridge Michael Sarne, the role of Mary Ann Pringle
* 1976: L'Âge de cristal (Logan's Run), Michael Anderson, the role of Holly
* 1978: Somebody Killed Her Husband Lamont Johnson, the role of Jenny Moore
* 1979: Richard C. Sunburn Sarafian, the role of Ellie
* 1980: Saturn 3 by Stanley Donen, the role of Alex
* 1981: Equipped with the The Cannonball (The Cannonball Run) by Hal Needham, the role of Pamela Glover
* 1986: Extremities by Robert M. Young, the role of Marjorie Easton
* 1988: See You in the Morning by Alan J. Pakula, the role of Jo Livingstone
* 1995: Master of places (Man of the House) by James Orr, the role of Sandy Archer
* 1997: The Lovemaster Michael Goldberg
* 1998: The Preacher (The Apostle) by Robert Duvall, the role of Jessie Dewey
* 2000: Dr. T and the Women (Dr. T and the Women) by Robert Altman, the role of Kate Travis
* 2004: Barbecue Party (The cookout) Lance Riviera, Mrs. role. Cowley
* 1976: Funny Women (Charlie's Angels), TV series, the role of Jill Munroe-23 episodes
* 1979: Funny Women (Charlie's Angels), TV series, the role of Jill Munroe-3 episodes
* 1980: Funny Women (Charlie's Angels), TV series, the role of Jill Munroe-3 episodes
* 1984: Autopsy of a Crime (The Burning Bed), TV drama by Robert Greewald, the role of Francine Hughes
* 1986: Beate Klarsfeld (Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story), TV drama Michael Lindsay-Hogg, the role of Beate Klarsfeld
* 1987: Barbara Hutton: Poor little rich girl (Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story), TV drama by Charles Jarrott, the role of Barbara Hutton
* 1989: It has killed my children (Small Sacrifices), TV drama by David Greene in 2 parts (2x1h25), the role of Diane Downs
* 2001: 4 episodes of the series Spin City, 6th season, the role of Judge Claire Simmons
* 2002-2003: 4 episodes of the series The Protector (The Guardian), the role of Mary Gressler
Awards and nominations
* Golden Globes 1987: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress for Extremities
* Independent Spirit Award 1998: nominated for an Independent Spirit Award for best supporting actress for The Preacher (The Apostle)
* Golden Globes 1977: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress in a television series for Funny Lady (Charlie's Angels)
* Golden Globes 1985: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama for Autopsy of a Crime (The Burning Bed)
* Emmy Awards 1985: nominated for an Emmy Award for best actress in a TV drama for Autopsy of a Crime (The Burning Bed)
* Golden Globes 1987: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama for Beate Klarsfeld (Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story)
* Golden Globes 1988: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama for Barbara Hutton: Poor little rich girl (Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story)
* Golden Globes 1990: nominated for Golden Globe for best actress in a TV drama were killed for my children (Small Sacrifices)
* Emmy Awards 1990: nominated for an Emmy Award for best actress in a TV drama were killed for my children (Small Sacrifices)
* Emmy Awards 2003: nominated for an Emmy Award for best guest-actress in a television series for The Protector (The Guardian)
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