Ryan O’Neal proposed to Farrah Fawcett on her deathbed but she died in his arms before the priest arrived

Farrah Fawcett, famed for her iconic hairstyle and pin-up appeal from her role in Charlie’s Angels, led a life marked by fame and challenges. She began as a microbiology and art student but caught the eye of a Hollywood PR man, leading her to a modeling career.

Her breakthrough came with the TV movie “Murder on Flight 502” in 1975 and her role in “Charlie’s Angels” in 1976 as Jill Munroe. Her distinctive feathered hairstyle became iconic, and her red one-piece bathing suit poster became legendary.

Despite her fame, Fawcett faced script and scheduling issues on Charlie’s Angels, leading to legal disputes. Her personal life included a marriage to Lee Majors and relationships with filmmaker James Orr and actor Ryan O’Neal.

Her relationship with O’Neal was public, and they reunited after a brief split when O’Neal was diagnosed with leukemia. Tragically, Farrah Fawcett passed away in 2009 at 62, with O’Neal describing the poignant moment of her passing in his book.

Farrah Fawcett’s legacy endures as a Hollywood legend known for her captivating performances on screen.