Farrah Fawcett, who will forever be Jill Munroe from "Charlie's Angels" in our hearts, has died.
Fawcett had battled cancer since 2006, and her fight to find a cure for her disease was recounted in a documentary special called "Farrah's Story," which aired on NBC in May.
In addition to starring as one of Charlie's angelic detectives in the popular 1970s TV series, Fawcett also starred in television movies such as "The Burning Bed" and "Small Sacrifrices," for which she earned critical acclaim.
Fawcett was perhaps most famous for her gorgeous hair, and practically every female from age 9 to 99 tried to copy her feathered bangs at some point in their life. And who can forget the classic red bathing suit poster? If you were around in the 70s, you probably either had one of these, or your brother did (check!).
"Charlie's Angel" co-star Jaclyn Smith told Hollywood Scoop "now she has peace as she rests with the real angels.”
Fawcett was 62 years old.