He was born in Chicago on September 5, 1940.
The Body was born in Chicago on September 5, 1940, was the actress, now a myth and always a sex symbol, Raquel Welch.
American with English and Bolivian descent, she lived in Chicago during her childhood and in her youth she moved to San Diego, a city where she studied acting and modeling; His first film appearance was in an Elvis Presley movie and, from then on, his star was shining brighter and brighter; It is true that the physique accompanied her, not in vain did she receive the nickname ‘The Body’ but it is no less true that her magnetism transcended the beauty of her features.
Raquel Welch was married 4 times, the first when she was 19 years old, and had 2 children; In the 60s he experienced his most successful moments, although it was not until the 70s when he received the most important award he treasures: a Golden Globe.
La Welch has worked with the best of cinema, has participated in Broadway musicals and also starred in appearances in television series, she is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful faces of acting, as evidenced by the fact that she has been tempted through the advertising world, a temptation to which he succumbed with MacCosmetics.
Today, on her 75th birthday, we remember Raquel Welch through her own words.
Your Famous Quotes and Phrases
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“The mind can also be an erogenous zone. ”
The mind can also be an erogenous zone.
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“There’s a duality in every man and every woman. ”
There is duality in all men and in all women.
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“Without women to nurture in this world, how do – how do men get by? How do children get by? How does society get by at all? ”
Without women to educate in this world, how would men manage? how would the children fare? how would society move forward?
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“I’ve always been a health fanatic.”
I’ve always been a health fanatic.
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“We try to do too many things that used to be in the men’s domain, and we try to do them like men’s. I’m a prude – I guess you can tell that – but I think, ‘Why would you do that?’ ”
We try to do too many things that used to be in the domain of men and we try to do them like men. I’m a prude, I guess you might think that, but I think ‘why would you do that?’
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“People used to come knocking on my door saying, ‘Your trouble is that you’re a sex symbol who doesn’t do enough sexy things.’ I’d say to myself, ‘You think that if you pressure me I’ll fold.’ But if I did it, all it would mean is that I sold out. ”
People used to knock on my door saying, ‘Your problem is that you are a sex symbol who doesn’t do enough sexy things.’ And I say to myself ‘you think that if you push me I will bend’. But if I did, all it would mean is that I would have sold myself.