Raquel Welch burst onto movie screens in the 1966 sci-fi classic One Million Years BC, and has since starred in over 45 films including Hannie Caulder, Kansas City Bomber, Myra Breckinridge, and The Three Musketeers for which she won a Golden Globe for best actress. Raquel’s unique persona on film made her into an icon of the 60s and 70s, but her identity is about more than mere beauty or her world-famous poster in that unforgettable doe-skin bikini. Like Rita Hayworth and Marilyn Monroe before her, Raquel Welch transcends stardom. Her sultry beauty, talent and vibrant personality set her apart from those who came before. She broke the mold of the submissive blonde bombshell and continues to leave an indelible legacy for those who follow. Above all, she remains her own woman – unique, timeless, enduring.