It remains by far the best-selling poster of all time.In 1969, a not-yet-blond Farrah appeared as a bachelorette on "The Dating Game," and immediately after she made her selection, all three of the male contestants got into a fistfight. The show was taped for April Fool's Day and the bachelors were Hollywood stuntmen. 2 won a ski trip to Austria."Between the best-selling poster, the iconic hairstyle and her breakout role on "Charlie's Angels," she became one of the biggest stars of the '70s, but Farrah Fawcett is remembered for more than just that.Here, to mark her birthday, are 20 intriguing facts.In the end, she agreed to make six guest appearances over the next two seasons, and Cheryl Ladd replaced her in Season 2. He reportedly invited Ryan O'Neal to his home to play racquetball and then told O'Neal, a notorious Don Juan, to take his wife out while he was away shooting a movie in Canada.In no time, Farrah and O'Neal were an item and her marriage to the Six Million Dollar Man ended."I love Lee and I love cooking," she told People magazine.Despite a five-year deal, Farrah decided to quit "Charlie's Angels" after just one season, saying she wanted to do movies instead.The suggestive 30-second spot starts with the football star exclaiming, "I'm so excited—I'm gonna get creamed." Farrah then spreads Noxzema shaving cream over Broadway Joe's smiling face, while mouthing the words to the jingle, "Let Noxema cream your face so the razor won't."Gladys Knight & the Pips' "Midnight Train to Georgia," a No.1 hit in 1973, was written by Jim Weatherly, a pal of Farrah's then-husband Lee Majors.Three years later, Farrah starred in the movie version of the play.In 1984, Farrah starred in a made-for-TV movie about domestic abuse called "The Burning Bed." It was the first time that a TV movie aired an 800 number offering help to victims of domestic violence.