In the 1970s, Farrah Fawcett revolutionized the way women styled their thick tresses when she made her debut on the TV series "Charlie's Angels." Fawcett's big, bouncy mane, which was crafted by celebrity hairdresser Allen Edwards, gave her kick-ass detective role the feminine edge.
Long before Jennifer Aniston's Rachel, Farrah Fawcett created the first must have celebrity hair style, with the flick she sported on hit show Charlie's Angels. The series ran from 1976 to 1980 and turned Fawcett into a global style icon.
Dana Hill The star of Shoot the Moon, Fallen Angel and National Lampoon's European Vacation died in 1996 at age 32. Diagnosed in her youth with Type 1 diabetes, Hill slipped into a diabetic coma in May, suffered a massive stroke in June and died in July.
Right Before They Died, They Had One Last Thing to Say… – Page 11 – viralpiranha John Wayne Western star John Wayne was with his wife as he died and said to her, “Of course I know who you are. You’re my girl. I love you.”
Groucho Marx “This is no way to live!” This was Groucho Marx’s final statement before dying in Los Angeles. His brother, Leonard, who often stared with him in comedy films also had some memorable last words. Leonard said to his wife, “Remember, Honey, don’t forget what I told you. Put in my coffin a deck of cards, a mashie niblick, and a pretty blonde.”
"Darkly handsome British film and television actor Richard Greene (1918-1985) was a matinee idol of the late 1930’s who appeared in more than 40 films. He was perhaps best known for the lead role in the long-running British TV series The Adventures of Robin Hood (1955-1960
Michael Jackson His death shocked the world, although his final words were simple…”More milk.” Milk is the nickname he gave the anesthetic propofol, which is exactly what eventually took his life, through an overdose.
Leroy Johnson in Fame - Actor Gene Anthony Ray (1962 - 2003) was the heartthrob of Fame. The show dealt with Leroy's struggles to balance a difficult home life and his talent. His life reflected the same.He was dismissed from the cast for repeatedly not turning up on time, or not at all to rehearsals and filming. Ray battled various addictions, contracted HIV and died aged 41 after a stroke in 2003