Farah Fawcett began starring on the silver screen the same year she was about to become a television screen icon, 1976.
Her first starring role came in the science fiction classic Logan's Run. A couple of years later, a chance to showcase her humor and television fame landed her opposite Charles Grodin in Sunburn. In 1986 she would be honored with a Golden Globe nomination for her performance in the emotionally chilling Extremities.
Over her career, she brought a vitality and a perhaps unanticipated depth to her film roles that only added to the iconic stature she achieved in television.
With respect and condolences to her family and friends, we join all of her fans in saying goodbye.