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RIP Farrah Fawcett

I am also saddened today by the passing of Farrah Fawcett at the age of 62 [1]. I’m not particularly familiar with her work, but do recall seeing her appear in the television series I Dream Of Jeannie, and I sympathised with her over her battle with cancer.

Farrah Fawcett, the multiple Golden Globe and Emmy-nominated American actress best known for her role as the vivacious Jill Munroe in the 1970s television series “Charlie’s Angels,” died in a Santa Monica hospital. She was 62.

Her spokesman, Paul Bloch, confirmed that the iconic actress died Thursday morning at 9:28 a.m. PDT. [2:28 AM AEST]

Her long-time partner Ryan O’Neal told People magazine Thursday, “She’s gone. She now belongs to the ages … She’s now with her mother and sister and her God. I loved her with all my heart. I will miss her so very, very much. She was in and out of consciousness. I talked to her all through the night. I told her how very much I loved her. She’s in a better place now.”
Fawcett was diagnosed with anal cancer in September 2006 and, despite going into remission and enduring extensive chemotherapy and surgery both in the U.S. and Germany, it was revealed earlier this year that the cancer had spread to her liver. She stopped receiving treatment in May.

Fawcett documented the trials and tribulations of her battle with cancer in the NBC documentary “Farrah’s Story.”

Without doubt, this is a very sad day for the entertainment industry.


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#1 Comment By Steady Eddie On June 26, 2009 @ 12:26 pm

I’m glad you’ve commemorated the death of Farrah rather than a certain pedophile pop star.

#2 Comment By Steady Eddie On June 26, 2009 @ 12:27 pm

Sorry, I didn’t see your previous post.

#3 Comment By Samuel On June 26, 2009 @ 12:33 pm

Never convicted. If you want to discuss that though, please do so in the other post.

As for Farrah, she is thoroughly deserving of being commemorated. I’m just sorry that I am not more familiar with her work.