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A television icon of the 1970's who has consistently surprised audiences with her daring choices, FARRAH FAWCETT was America's favorite female performer in the debut season of "Charlie's Angels." However, it is a testament to her versatility that her other accolades include Golden Globe nominations for her starring roles in "The Burning Bed and "Small Sacrifices;" for her portrayal of Barbara Hutton in the miniseries "Poor Little Rich Girl"; and for playing Beate Klarsfeld in the telefilm "Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story." She was also nominated for a Golden Globe for her work in the film version of "Extremities," a role for which she also received critical acclaim when she appeared its successful New York off­Broadway run. Both "Small Sacritices" and "The Burning Bed" garnered the actress Emmy nominations.

In 1990, Fawcett won a CableACE award for Best Actress for her stunning performance in the title role in "The Margaret Bourke­White Story'' based on the life of the legendary photographer. Fawcett's other work includes the telefilms "Murder in Texas." "The Substitute Wife" and "Dalva." Fawcett's film roles include Myra Breckinridge, Somebody Killed Her Husband, See You in the Morning, .Saturn Three,Sunhurn and Man of the House.

She continues to be actively involved in her work against domestic violence and for charities which provide help and shelter to battered women.


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