As word spreads of the untimely death of Farrah Fawcett, the blond bombshell’s former Charlie’s Angels co-stars are speaking out about their friend’s brave battle.
In a statement to RadarOnline.com, Jaclyn Smith said, “Farrah had courage, she had strength, and she had faith. And now, she has peace as she rests with the real angels.”
Cheryl Ladd, who replaced Fawcett on the hit ‘70s show also told RadarOnline.com, “I’m terribly sad about Farrah’s passing. She was incredibly brave, and God will be welcoming her with open arms.”
Fawcett, 62, died at 9:28 am PST on Thursday morning at St. John’s Medical Center in Santa Monica, Calif. Her long-time love, Ryan O’Neal and best friend Alana Stewart were among those by her bedside.
Fawcett is most known for her role as the sexy private investigator on Charlie’s Angels. But before that she was just another fresh face trying to make it in Hollywood.
Charlie’s Angels was produced by the late Aaron Spelling. His daughter, actress Tori Spelling, knew Farrah since she was a little girl.
In a statement to RadarOnline.com, Tori said: "Farrah was an inspiration to all and had the most amazing spirit. She was one of the kindest, sweetest, and funniest women I've had the privilege of knowing and I'm proud to have called her a friend. Her smile will be greatly missed. My thoughts are with her family
Meanwhile, Close friend and casting director Sheila Manning placed Farrah in her first acting job. In an exclusive statement to RadarOnline.com, Manning recalls, “The Farrah that I knew was innocent, sweet and much too nice for someone as beautiful as she was. I was delighted to cast her in her first job. Not surprisingly, it was a short film and she was in a bathing suit. She was a talented actress but mostly she was a kind, sweet girl on screen and off and I think that is what we will all remember.”