Raquel Welch was an American actress, model, and one of the most famous s*x icons of the 20th century. She di*d on February 15, 2018, at the age of 82. TMZ said that the cause of her de@th has now been found. Alzheimer’s disease “possible underlying factor.” to her de#th, according to reports.
The cause of de@th was written on a de@th certificate that was turned in yesterday to the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health. Welch di*d at her home in Los Angeles, California. Then, a person who worked for her said that she di*d peacefully after a short illness.
Welch was a famous person and beauty icon in the 1960s and 1970s. Her first role was in the 1964 movie A Swingin’ Summer. After that, she had a few small parts in other movies. In 1966, she played a prehistoric cavewoman in the British fantasy adventure film One Million Years B.C., which was her big break. In the movie, she wore a fur bikini, which became a symbol of the time.
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After this, she played parts in other popular movies like Fantastic Voyage (1966), Bedazzled (1967), and The Biggest Bundle of Them All (1968). (1968). She also had a successful career as a singer, dancer, and TV personality. She made notable appearances on a number of shows where she showed off her skills.
Many famous people from Hollywood and outside of it were saddened by her de@th.
On Twitter, Reese Witherspoon wrote, “So sad to hear about Raquel Welch’s passing. I loved working with her on Legally Blonde. She was elegant, professional, and glamorous beyond belief. Simply stunning. May all her angels carry her home. 🕊️ Sending love to her family and her many fans ❤️.”
Jackie Hoffman, an actress, and singer with a long career wrote, “When you grow up in the 60s with two brothers who are 13 and 14 years older than you, you really learn how hot a commodity Raquel Welch was. What a beauty #RIP.”
Bruce Campbell, who played Ash in Evil De@d, said, “The fancy of my formative years. Safe travels, Raquel.”