Birth Name: Raquel Welch
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois, USA
Welch had one of her finest hours displaying her comic timing as Constance in Richard Lester's version of the "The Three Musketeers" (1973), winning a Golden Globe for her efforts. She appeared again as Constance in Lester's follow-up "The Four Musketeers" (1975) and shone as the Jugs of Peter Yates' "Mother, Jugs, and Speed" (1976), the easygoing camaraderie of the three principles (with Bill Cosby and Harvey Keitel) providing a refreshingly strong role for her. Hollywood, however, cast her body more than anything (she was a sex symbol after all) and refused to see an actress of any depth. In order to branch out into more dramatic fare, Welch moved to the small screen during the 80s earning...
Raquel Welch Thinks Mae West Was A Man & Looked Like 'A Dock Worker In Drag'
Raquel Welch Suffers Finger Injury On 'CSI: Miami' Set
Is Jennifer Aniston The Hottest Woman Of All Time?
What 32 Celebrities Wore to Meet the Queen
Tracy Morgan Talks About His Life-Changing Accident
Raquel Welch on Sherry Lansing: 'She's a Great Talent and Wonderful Person'
Show More Videos