Farrah Fawcett

Farrah Fawcett

American actress (1947–2009)
Farrah Leni Fawcett was an American actress. A four-time Primetime Emmy Award nominee and six-time Golden Globe Award nominee, Fawcett rose to international fame when she played a starring role in the first season of the television series Charlie's Angels.Wikipedia
BornFebruary 2, 1947
HometownCorpus Christi, Texas, United States of America
Net worth$20 million
Height5'6" (1.68m)
SpouseLee Majors (m 1973 - 1982)
PartnerGreg Lott , Ryan O'Neal
ChildrenRedmond O'Neal
ParentsJames William Fawcett , Pauline Alice Evans
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Videos

Which decade has the most iconic hairstyles?

Crimps, perms and teases - oh my! A new survey has revealed that the 1980s were officially the most iconic decade for hair. The survey asked 2,000 American women about their hairstyle journeys throughout the years and found the 80s to be the best decade for 'dos. After the 1980s, respondents crowned the runner ups as the 1990s and 1970s, respectively. But throughout the years, women's relationships with their hair have been far from perfect. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Hair Biology, the survey found that the average woman has experienced four completely botched hairstyles over the years, six different haircut styles and four dye jobs. And throughout the years, women shared the top change that women have seen in their hair as they've aged is dryness and overall damage, both at 41%. A further 35% of women polled shared their hair also doesn't hold styling quite like it used to back in the day, so it's no surprise that 28% of women polled are starting to feel frustrated with their hair. Half of women surveyed also said they're currently in a hairstyle rut and don't know what to do but 49% said they're too scared to try something new. And speaking of all-time favorites, respondents were also asked to pinpoint the most iconic hairstyles of all time and Farrah Fawcett's feathered locks still reigns supreme. Next in line for most iconic locks included - Shirley Temple's curls, Marilyn Monroe's platinum blonde hair and Jennifer Aniston's "The Rachel" from "Friends." Although not everyone can rock these iconic locks, nearly eight in 10 women have finally come to appreciate and love their hair due to their time in quarantine due to COVID-19. Eighty-five percent of women polled in fact, said they're happy they let their hair go natural during this time and 36% have even embarked on a total "hair reset" back to their true color. Over half of respondents also shared that improving their hair's health has been a top priority of theirs during this time. "Hair health is more than physical appearance - it can affect self-confidence and expression at any age," said a spokesperson from Hair Biology. "One of our goals is to empower women to take control of their changing hair by focusing on the science of why these transformations are happening." Nearly half of women surveyed said each gray hair is actually an accomplishment in their eyes, rather than something to be upset about. And over half (57%) have enjoyed their aging journey over all so far in their lives - and 68% said they'd much rather embrace the aging process than try to hide it. "Rather than trying to cover up the changes that are occurring as we age it's important to address and embrace them in order to keep women feeling bolder, not older," said Dr. Jeni Thomas, PhD, principal scientist at Hair Biology. "We believe in the power of celebrating age and the experience that comes with it." MOST ICONIC HAIRSTYLES OF ALL TIME Farrah Fawcett's feathered hair - 33% Shirley Temple's curls - 22% Marilyn Monroe platinum blonde - 22% The "Rachel" cut - 22% '90s Princess Diana - 21% Cher's '70s long hair - 21% Dorothy Hamill's wedge - 19% Tina Turner's layered shag - 18% Princess Leia's buns - 17% Halle Berry's spiky pixie cut - 17% Jackie Kennedy's bouffant - 16% Julia Roberts' red curls - 16% Dolly Parton's "Big Wig" - 15% Sarah Jessica Parker's Sex in the City curls - 15% Audrey Hepburn's Breakfast at Tiffany's beehive - 14% The Flapper bob - 13% Diana Ross' disco diva curls - 12% Betty Page pinup bangs and curls - 12% Janet Jackson's box braids - 12% Madonna's Blonde Ambition ponytail - 11% Michelle Pfeifer's Scarface bob - 11% Angela Davis' afro - 11% The Grace Kelly tuck - 11% The Katniss Hunger Games braid - 11% Grace Jones' box cut - 10% Anna Wintour's power bob - 10% Lisa Bonet's boho hairstyle - 10% Amy Whinehouse's beehive - 10% Billie Holiday's updo - 9% Brigitte Bardot's messy beehive - 9%
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MOVIES & TV SHOWS

Sunburn
Sunburn
PG
1h 34min
1979
Farrah's Story
Farrah's Story
2009
Hollywood Wives: The New Generation
Hollywood Wives: The New Generation
1h 36min
2003
Jewel
Jewel
TV-PG
1h 36min
2001
Dr T and the Women
Dr T and the Women
R
2h 1min
1976
Baby
Baby
1h 36min
2000
Silk Hope
Silk Hope
1h 37min
1999
The Apostle
The Apostle
PG-13
2h 28min
1997
Dalva
Dalva
1h 37min
1996
Man of the House
Man of the House
PG
1h 36min
1995
Small Sacrifices
Small Sacrifices
2h 39min
1989
See You in the Morning
See You in the Morning
PG-13
1h 59min
1989
Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story
Poor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton Story
1987
Extremities
Extremities
R
1h 29min
1986
Between Two Women
Between Two Women
1h 36min
1986
The Burning Bed
The Burning Bed
1h 37min
1984
The Cannonball Run
The Cannonball Run
PG
1h 35min
1981
Saturn 3
Saturn 3
R
1h 28min
1980
Somebody Killed Her Husband
Somebody Killed Her Husband
PG
1h 37min
1978
Charlie's Angels
Charlie's Angels
TV-PG
1h
1976

AWARDS

YearAssociationsCategoryWorkResult
1990Golden GlobeBest Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture MadeSmall SacrificesNominated
1990Emmy (Primetime)Outstanding Lead ActressSmall SacrificesNominated
1988Golden GlobeBest Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture MadePoor Little Rich Girl: The Barbara Hutton StoryNominated
1987Golden GlobeBest Performance By an Actress in a Motion Picture - DramaExtremities (film)Nominated
1987Golden GlobeBest Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture MadeNazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld StoryNominated