Fawcett’s career started out slowly. Born in 1947, she attended the University of Texas and graduated with a degree in microbiology. While at school, she won a campus beauty contest and was noticed by a talent agent. She moved to Los Angeles and did commercial TV work for a while. Her career didn’t take off until she met actor Lee Majors, who at the time, was among the top TV stars. The two became romantically involved and Majors helped Fawcett’s career by getting her parts on the series Henry O and in the cult classic film Logan’s Run. She was also photographed for what would become one of the best selling posters in history: A simple photograph of Farrah with a wide smile and visible nipples beneath a tight one-piece bathing suit. Producer Aaron Spelling took notice of the young actress and cast her in his new crime show Charlie’s Angels, as Jill Munroe. Her sex appeal, and famous hairstyle, helped make the show the most popular thing on TV. But her success may have caused a riff between herself and Majors, who’s own career was being eclipsed. Fawcett was unhappy with the light-weight feel of the Angel’s scripts, and decided to leave the show in 1977 to work on films. Unfortunately, her choice of films weren’t remarkable. Films like Saturn-3 and Sunburn didn’t do well at the box-office.
In 1982, she left Majors and fell in love with Ryan O’Neal and throughout the 80’s and 90’s appeared in countless made-for-TV movies. She also appeared in the films The Apostle, and Dr. T and the Woman
Fawcett’s career started out slowly. Born in 1947, she attended the University of Texas and graduated with a degree in microbiology.
Linda was born in St. Louis, Missouri and raised in Westport, Connecticut. She began her career as a six-year-old child model and started acting with a regular role on the short-lived Hidden Faces (1968-69) day time soap. Her first theatrical film appearance was in The Way We Live Now (1970). Blair was selected from a field of 600 applicants for her most notable role as Regan in The Exorcist (1973). The role earned her a Golden Globe and People’s Choice Award for Best Supporting Actress as well as an Academy Award nomination. She reprised her role in the sequel, Exorcist II: The Heretic (1977). Between these two films, she appeared in the TV movies Born Innocent (1974), Sarah T. – Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic (1975), and Sweet Hostage (1975) opposite Martin Sheen. Towards the end of the 1970s, Blair encountered trouble with law enforcement authorities as she was arrested and charged with drug possession and conspiracy to sell drugs: after trial, she was found not guilty of possession, but guilty of conspiracy to sell, leading her to get a reduced sentence of three years’ probation. Though she tried to act in films, Blair found it hard to restart her screen career and landed low grade films in the 1980s and later.
Linda Blair in Playboy (Italy)
Linda was born in St. Louis, Missouri and raised in Westport, Connecticut. She began her career as a six-year-old child model and started acting with a regular role on the short-lived Hidden Faces (1968-69) day time soap.
Hunter Tylo was born Deborah Jo Hunter in Fort Worth, Texas, the daughter of Jo Anne and Morris Jabez Hunter. She has been credited as Deborah Morehart; Morehart was the last name of her first husband. Tylo is a soap opera actress. She debuted on All My Children in 1985. She met her future husband Michael Tylo on the set playing his love interest. She left the show and married Tylo in 1987. She played Marina Toscano on Days of Our Lives from 1989 to 1990. Tylo played the role of Dr. Taylor Hayes as a series regular on The Bold and the Beautiful from 1990 through 2002. She returned to the show in 2004 for a two-episode appearance as a vision. In May 2005, she returned as a series regular.