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Raquel Welch (born September 5, 1940) is an American actress, author and sex symbol.
Welch was born Jo Raquel Tejada in Chicago, Illinois, the older sister to brother James and sister Gayle.
In 1974, Welch won a Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture Actress in a Musical or Comedy for The Three Musketeers.
She was also nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in the TV drama Right to Die (1987).
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She was cast in bit parts in two films and in the television shows Bewitched, Mc Hale's Navy, and The Virginian, as well as on the weekly variety series The Hollywood Palace as a billboard girl and presenter of acts.
In 1987, she flirted with a pop singing career, releasing the dance single "This Girl's Back In Town." She has performed in a one-woman nightclub musical act in Las Vegas and has starred on Broadway in Woman of the Year, receiving praise for following Lauren Bacall in the title role, and in Victor/Victoria, having less success following Julie Andrews and Liza Minnelli in the title roles.
Her first marriage broke up and she moved with her two children, Damon and Latanne, to Dallas, Texas, where she modeled for Neiman Marcus and worked as a cocktail hostess, intending to move on to New York City from there.
Instead, Welch moved back to California, found a place in Los Angeles and started making the rounds of the movie studios.
Welch is the mother of Damon Welch (born November 6, 1959) and actress Tahnee Welch (born Latanne Rene Welch, December 26, 1961).
Tahnee followed her mother's December 1979 example and appeared on the cover of Playboy in the November 1995 issue.