Raquel Welch hot young
September 5, 1940
5 ft 6 in | 168 cm
37-24-36 in | 94-61-91 cm
54 kg | 118 pounds
8 US | 38 EU
Raquel Welch was born in Chicago, Illinois, United States, on September 5, 1940, is an American hot actress. Young Raquel Welch made her big screen debut in drama film A House Is Not a Home (1964) in role as Call Girl. Her breakthrough role came as Loana in British adventure fantasy film One Million Years B.C. (1966).
She won an Golden Globe Award for her role as Constance Bonacieux in drama action film The Three Musketeers (1973) opposite Richard Chamberlain.
Bandolero! (1968) western with James Stewart and Dean Martin
Fantastic Voyage (1966) science fiction in role as Cora Peterson
Lady in Cement (1968) drama with Frank Sinatra
Myra Breckinridge (1970) comedy with Mae West and Farrah Fawcett
100 Rifles (1969) western with Burt Reynolds
The Wild Party (1975) drama comedy in role as Queenie
The Last of Sheila (1973) mystery thriller opposite James Coburn
Bedazzled (1967) comedy romance with Dudley Moore
Mother Jugs & Speed (1976) black comedy with Bill Cosby and Harvey Keitel
Hannie Caulder (1971) Western opposite Christopher Lee and Ernest Borgnine
A Swingin' Summer (1965) comedy in role as Jeri
How to Be a Latin Lover (2017) comedy opposite Eugenio Derbez, Salma Hayek and Kristen Bell
She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in 1994.
She featured in Playboy magazine (1979).
She has been married four times.
She attended ballet classes.
If you have physical attractiveness, you don't have to act.
I was a bigger-than-life persona before I was anyone in my own mind.
Once you get rid of the idea that you must please other people before you please yourself, and you begin to follow your own instincts - only then can you be successful. You become more satisfied, and when you are, other people will tend to be satisfied by what you do.
I felt like, you know, my presence in the world of cinema had a different meaning than Meryl Streep... There was an impact that was made, but it wasn't the usual.
My father was Bolivian, which makes me half-Bolivian. It's where I got some of my exotic features and certainly my skin tone.
I was lucky that one of my first movies, 'One Million Years B.C.' was made in Europe by a British company. The Brits, and a lot of the rest of Europe, seemed to really love exotic women. The fact that I was American and exotic just made me more appealing to them.