A lot has happened since the Golden Age of Hollywood, between the 1920’s to the 1960’s. But what’s happened to the actors and actresses who owned the screen during these magical years? Let’s take a journey into the lives of these past celebrities and see how they’re doing now.
Farrah Fawcett’s career began in 1968, when she appeared in a number of TV commercials and guest spots in a few TV series. By 1970 However, it was her iconic role as Jill Munroe in the hit TV show, “Charlie’s Angels” that rocketed her to stardom and earned her her first Golden Globe nomination. Pictured below on the left is her famous red swimsuit poster that is probably the most known image of her. Unfortunately, Fawcett died on June 25, 2009, at the relatively young age of 62.
Raquel Welch, apart from winning the heart of audiences, has earned the title of International sex symbol. She was included in the list of “100 Sexiest stars in Film History” by Empire magazine in 1995. In the list of “100 sexiest stars of the Twentieth Century”, she was ranked at no.3 by Playboy and the very popular magazine “Men’s Health” gave her the second spot in the list of”Hottest Women of All Time” in 2011.
Faye Dunaway has been a popular name in the 1970 and 1980 era. She has impressed critics and masses alike with her acting powers with critically acclaimed movies such as “The Towering Inferno”, “Mommie Dearest”, and “Chinatown”. She has received numerous awards i.e. an Academy Award, A BAFTA, an Emmy, and three Golden Globe awards for her acting skills. Her famous head of blonde hair has recently been spotted tucked away in hats, and wrinkles setting into her now 80 year old face allow her to walk through the streets of LA without getting recognized as all.