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Hottest Women From The 70S

Many of the women on this list are some of the prettiest actresses, models, singers and stars of the 1970s who have remained popular since the 1970s and are still seen in pop culture today, such as Farah Fawcett. Many had careers spanning several decades, and many of their biggest and best-known works occurred in the 1970s.

Chelsea Brown

The Spanish-American actress, singer, comedian and flamenco guitarist was discovered by bandleader Xavier Cugat, who was eager to show her talent and introduced her to his shows in Las Angeles and New York. Actress, singer and comedian Chelsea Brown was often seen in a bikini and body paint as she danced with Ruth Buzzi, Goldie Hawn and Jo Anne Worley. 

Vanessa Lynn Williams

American actress, singer, fashion designer and former model Vanessa Lynn Williams, who in 1983 became the first African-American to be crowned Miss America, began a music career in the late 1980s and early 1990s that brought her commercial success and a number of awards. The American actress / activist / producer and former singer Alyssa Milano was one of the teen swarm intelligences of the 80s and 90s. She began her acting career at the age of seven with roles in The Boss (1984-1992) and Charmed (1998-2006).

Meanwhile, Vanessa Lynn Williams, the American actress, singer, fashion designer and former model, reinvented herself and slipped into high-profile roles in the 2000s in Ugly Betty and Desperate Housewives. 

Williams has been married three times, most recently to Ramon Hervey Williams, has three children with NBA basketball player Rick Fox and is the daughter of businessman Jim Skrip. 

Suzanne Somers

Known for her roles on The Mary Tyler Moore Show in the 1970s and the Golden Girls in the 80s and 90s, her career spanned more than 80 years. Suzanne Somers, star of Three Company, deserves a place on this list because she was born in 1946. She played the role of Chrissy Snow in the famous 1970s sitcoms and built a varied career that included stints in Playboy, a bevy of infomercial campaigns and a role as a mother for many in the 1990s. 

Jane Seymour

Jane Seymour is perhaps best known for the early part of her career and her role in the John James Bond film Live and Let Die in 1973, another woman whose film and television career spanned over four decades.

Lauren Bacall

Lauren Bacall Like many of the women on our list, Bacall started out as a model before moving on to the big screen. 

In 1978 she took on the role of Dawn of Byzantium and then the lead role of Colonel Wilma Deere in the series Buck Rogers: The 25th Century. Her role on the show was important because she was the first female colonel on television and showed that women can be strong and responsible. 

Erin Gray

She was the character Joy Digger Doyle, a security expert, and there were rumors that she would feature in a spinoff series that never occurred. She appeared in the acclaimed Amazon series Homecoming for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for the best actor. She is still actively involved in the business and her most recent work is a role in the web series Star Trek Continues that she has made very well. 

Sally Field

She began her career as a child actress on stage before making the leap to the big screen in the 1960s with Mary Poppins, a performance that earned her the Oscar for Best Actress. Sally Field is often forgotten, but the beautiful brunette starred in the famous film Smokey and the Bandit with the legendary Burt Reynolds. Born in 1944, the Armenian-American beauty, who was born in 1946 as lead singer of Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelle Group, launched her career with the release of Lady Marmalade before embarking on a successful solo career. 

Farrah Fawcett

Farrah Fawcett was not only a brilliant actress, but also incredibly clever and highly regarded in showbusiness. She was one of the first women to create her brand Farrah Faucet Dolls, posters and many other things with her hands. has rated her the hottest MILF in history.

In the 1970s, iconic Farrah Fawcett posters hung on our bedroom walls and we watched Charlie and the Angels every week. It helped that she was the definition of the girl next door and the natural beauty. She created her own hairstyle called “Farrah Fawcett Flip” and was considered the woman of the 1970s.

Cheryl Tagg

Gorgeous Cheryl Tagg was the first model to appear on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. She became the face and cover girl of cosmetics and appeared on many magazine covers. However, she is best known for the 1978 poster, in which she wears a tiny pink bikini. 

The former Sports Illustrated model has been featured in some of the world’s most popular magazines. Cheryl Ladd is best known for her role as Kris Munroe in the ABC television series Charlie Angel, for which she was hired to replace Farrah Fawcett in 1977.