People Staff
July 16, 2009 01:05 PM

Three times nominated for her acting, though never a winner, Farrah Fawcett received her fourth Emmy nod posthumously on Thursday, as an executive producer of Farrah’s Story, the May 15 NBC special that tracked the three-year cancer battle that eventually claimed her life on June 25.

Fawcett, 62, was best known for her portrayal of Jill Munroe on Charlie’s Angels, though she only remained with the show its first season, 1976-77. Her acting nominations were for roles in The Burning Bed (1984), Small Sacrifices (1989) and The Guardian (2004).

In a statement Thursday, Fawcett’s longtime companion, Ryan O’Neal said, “For the Television Academy to recognize Farrah’s Story with this nomination is such a wonderful acknowledgment for Farrah and her legacy. I know that she is smiling that fabulous smile right now in heaven, and that she is grateful that the show has been so well received not only by her peers in the industry but by the public at large.”
Stephen M. Silverman
from Huffington Post
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