Tuesday July, 1 2014Posted by: Ryan O'Neal

Celebrating Farrah

June 25th marked 5 years since we lost our dear girl. To honor and remember her, we had a small gathering at the Farrah Fawcett Foundation. The foundation is working hard to carry on Farrah’s wish to make a difference in the fight against cancer.

With Alana Stewart and Jaclyn Smith at the Farrah Fawcett Foundation

With Alana Stewart and Jaclyn Smith at the Farrah Fawcett Foundation

Entertainment tonight did an interview on the evening which can be seen here: http://www.etonline.com/media/video/farrah_fawcett_never_before_seen_home_videos-147850/index.html

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Moral support from my son Patrick

It was a nice event and even my granddaughter, Sophia, was there which was exciting for me. I rarely get to see her and was happy she came. So good to be around friends and family on a day that is always hard to get through.

Friday May, 30 2014Posted by: Ryan O'Neal

Irreconcilable Differences Screening

Earlier this month, I decided to surprise the crowd by stopping by the screening at the Landmark Theater in Los Angeles, of a movie I did back in 1984, “Irreconcilable Differences”. It was great fun seeing ‘The Maestro’ Charles Shyer, our fearless director, who invited me to join him for the Q&A after the show.

Irreconcilable Differences PosterMy biggest challenge of the film was learning how to say Irreconcilable Differences.

-Ryan

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Q&A with Charles Shyer

 

Monday February, 17 2014Posted by: Ryan O'Neal

Keeping Her In The Family

After a long, exhausting battle with the University of Texas, Redmond and I are happy to report that we are able to keep our beloved portrait of Farrah, painted by the late Andy Warhol, forever in our family.

After recovering a bit from the trial and the holidays, we sat down to talk with Renee Bargh from Extra — CLICK HERE to watch our interview.

Thank you to all who supported us, especially our wonderful legal team lead by Martin D. Singer.

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