Farrah Fawcett was an American actress best known for her role in the TV series Charlie’s Angels. She was born on February 2, 1947, in the coastal city of Corpus Christi, Texas. She was the second daughter of Pauline, a homemaker, and Jim Fawcett, an oil field contractor. Farrah attended John J. Pershing Middle School in Houston, Texas, a school which is now the magnet program for fine arts. From 1962-65, Fawcett attended W.B. Ray High School, where she held the title of "Most Beautiful Student" for all four years.
Farrah Fawcett Was best known for her role as Jill Monroe on the TV series 'Charlie’s Angels' (1976), she rocketed to pin-up status when a poster of the red bathing suit-clad actress sold 12 million copies. Her popularity also extended to females as evidenced in salons throughout America that emulated her iconic feathered hairstyle. After Charlie’s Angels, Fawcett starred in multiple film and TV movies, garnering three Emmy nominations. Fawcett died on June 25, 2009, from anal cancer.
Talking about her personal life she was married to Lee Majors in the year 1973 but later the couple couldn’t handle their relationship and got a divorce in the year 1982 after a 10-year-long relationship.
She was also in a long-term relationship with Ryan O'Neal. They have a son together, Redmond James O'Neal. In 2009, Redmond was arrested for the possession of narcotics.