Six years ago today the lovely Farrah Fawcett died tragically at at only 62-years-of age.
Following a dynamic and early career in modeling, and TV commercials, Farrah started appearing in small guest-star roles on classic TV shows like I Dream of Jeannie and The Partridge Family.
Upon being cast alongside Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith in the hit TV series, Charlie's Angels, Farrah became a superstar sensation.
While married to Lee Majors and later Ryan O'Neal, the two true loves of her life, Farrah also appeared as a semi-regular on TV's Harry O detective series, starring David Janssen, and made several appearances on Major's Six Million Dollar Man.
Upon leaving Angels after its first season, Farrah went on to establish herself as a serious actress. A four-time Emmy-nominee, and six-time Golden Globe nominee, she appeared in acclaimed TV-movies such as The Burning Bed, and in the Broadway and feature film adaptation of Extremities.
Bless you always, Farrah.