He's got his work cut out for him because we haven't stopped filming and we're going to make a second installment of her life eventuallyFriend: Fawcett liked her documentary May 19, 2009
Everything was just as you remember about her. The first time I ever noticed, I walked with her and (our son) Redmond on the beach one dayO'Neal calls Fawcett 'courageous' May 11, 2009
She was stunned by the reaction, the positive feedback, the feelings that have manifested themselvesRyan O'Neal back on TV in 'Bones' Dec 11, 2006
He spoke to her a number of times. He spoke to her a number of times on the cell phone. And, also, he was at the funeral. He came and they allowed him to carry her casket with the other pallbearersSon promised Fawcett he'd lead a good life Jul 21, 2009
I had just put the casket in the hearse and I was watching it drive away when a beautiful blonde woman comes up and embraces meRyan flirted with Tatum at Farrah funeral Aug 03, 2009
Charles Patrick Ryan O'Neal, Jr. (born April 20, 1941), better known as Ryan O'Neal, is an American actor best known for his appearances in the ABC nighttime soap opera Peyton Place and the 1970 film Love Story, for which he received Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations as Best Actor.
O'Neal was born on April 20, 1941 in Los Angeles, California, the eldest son of minor actress Patricia (née O'Callaghan) and novelist/screenwriter Charles "Blackie" O'Neal. His brother, Kevin, is an actor and screenwriter. His maternal grandfather was Irish and his maternal grandmother was a Russian Jew. O'Neal attended University High School, and trained there to become a Golden Gloves boxer. During the late 1950s, Blackie O'Neal secured a job with Radio Free Europe and moved the family to Munich, Germany, where Ryan graduated from Munich American High School in 1959.
O'Neal appeared in guest roles on series that included The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Bachelor Father, Leave It to Beaver, Westinghouse Playhouse and Wagon Train. In 1961, he and Leonard Nimoy guest starred in the episode "Doctor's Orders" on the syndicated western series Two Faces West. In 1962–1963, O'Neal was a regular on NBC's Empire, another western. He played 21-year-old rancher's son Tal Garrett. On October 3, 1962, a week after the premiere of Empire, O'Neal guest starred in the premiere episode of the ABC's Our Man Higgins, starring Stanley Holloway. O'Neal gained enormous popularity from 1964–1966 on the hit prime time ABC soap opera Peyton Place (with fellow newcomer Mia Farrow).