Ryan O’Neal Laid to Rest Beside Farrah Fawcett in an Emotional Funeral Ceremony

Ryan O’Neal Laid to Rest Beside Farrah Fawcett in an Emotional Funeral Ceremony

Ryan O’Neal Laid to Rest Next to Farrah Fawcett

Renowned actor Ryan O’Neal, aged 82, was interred at Westwood Memorial Park Cemetery in Los Angeles, California, beside his longtime partner Farrah Fawcett.

He passed away on December 8th in Los Angeles due to congestive heart failure.

Intimate Graveside Service

Exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com captured the somber gathering of about 25 attendees, including O’Neal’s ex-wife Leigh Taylor-Young, their son Patrick O’Neal, and Farrah Fawcett’s close friend Alana Stewart.

The ceremony commenced at 11 AM, commencing with a brief service held inside the cemetery’s chapel. O’Neal’s redwood-colored coffin was then transported to his final resting place alongside Fawcett.

O’Neal’s Cinematic Legacy

Ryan O’Neal’s illustrious career spanned decades, marked by his notable performances in the 1970s. His acclaimed movies such as “Paper Moon,” where he starred alongside his daughter Tatum, earned her the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress at the tender age of 10, marking her as the youngest recipient of a competitive Oscar.

Tributes from Fellow Actors

Several actors paid homage to Ryan O’Neal’s legacy. Barbra Streisand, who collaborated with O’Neal in films like “What’s Up, Doc?” and “The Main Event,” mourned his passing, praising his charm and talent.

Mia Farrow shared heartfelt throwback images, while Sharon Stone posted a poignant tribute with a black-and-white photo of O’Neal.

Family Remembrances

Patrick O’Neal, Ryan’s son, penned an emotional tribute, highlighting his father’s incredible career and the impact he had in Hollywood.

Ryan O’Neal, survived by four children and five grandchildren, was remembered for his influential roles in film and television, notably on the popular series “Peyton Place.”

A Career Spanning Decades

O’Neal’s career journeyed through various TV roles before making a breakthrough on the nighttime soap “Peyton Place.”

His transition to the big screen included successful films like “What’s Up, Doc?” alongside Streisand, and “Paper Moon,” where he starred opposite his daughter.

Ups and Downs in Hollywood

While enjoying numerous successes, O’Neal faced a string of box office disappointments in the latter part of his career. Despite this, he continued working in film and television, leaving an enduring legacy in the entertainment industry.

Colorful Love Life and Enduring Legacy

Throughout his life, O’Neal made headlines for his relationships with prominent women in the entertainment industry, notably his enduring relationship with Farrah Fawcett, with whom he never married.

His contributions to cinema and television continue to be remembered and celebrated by colleagues, fans, and family alike.

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