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Biography #2Farrah Fawcett has gained critical and popular acclaim throughout her career portraying characters in projects such as The Burning Bed, Extremities and Small Sacrifices for which she received both an Emmy and Golden Globe nomination. Her most recent performance in the feature film The Apostle opposite Robert Duvall earned her a Best Actress nomination from the Independent Spirit Awards. Fawcett's other credits include the successful off- Broadway run of Extremities, and the feature film Man of the House, opposite Chevy Chase and Jonathon Taylor Thomas.
Fawcett was introduced to the American public in 1977 in the debut of Charlie's Angels, which also earned her a People's Choice Award and a Golden Globe nomination. Fawcett has also been honored with a Golden Globe nomination for her role as Barbara Hutton in the miniseries Poor Little Rich Girl and won the Cable ACE Award for Best Actress for her portrayal of the legendary photographer Margaret Bourke-White in TNT's telefilm The Margaret Bourke White Story. Her other telefilm credits include Nazi Hunter: The Beate Klarsfeld Story, Between Two Women, Murder in Texas, The Substitute's Wife and Dalva. Fawcett also stars in the upcoming TNT Film Baby.