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.
Entertainment tonight did an interview on the evening which can be seen here: http://www.etonline.com/
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.
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.
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.
Here’s a fun interview from the set:
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