The New York Post reports:
Actress Raquel Welch, who rose to fame as a sex symbol of the 1960s, died Wednesday after a brief illness, TMZ reported. She was 82. Her long resume includes “Fantastic Voyage,” “Bedazzled” and “Hannie Caulder.” She also appeared on “The Cher Show” in 1975 and performed “I’m a Woman” with Cher.
Welch is a two-time Golden Globe nominee, winning the musical/comedy motion picture award in 1975 for her performance in “The Three Musketeers,” which starred Faye Dunaway and Charlton Heston. Welch’s last movie role was in 2017’s “How to Be a Latin Lover.” Her final TV credit was also that year, “Date My Dad.”
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Actress Raquel Welch has died, TMZ reports. She was 82.https://t.co/Ms4vP4DKsF
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