When Bermuda Was Touched By An “Angel”

May 11, 2013

Bermuda was touched by an angel — in a manner of speaking — in the summer of 1978.

Model/actress Shelley Hack — soon to become a  cast member of the ’70s TV sensation “Charlie’s Angels” — was photographed at Bermuda’s Southampton Princess Hotel for a  fashion spread called  ”Turquoise …For Summer Show-offs” which appeared in the July issue of “Cosmopolitan” magazine.

Photographed by Steen Svensson, she wore a turquoise outfit with matching island accessories and hat in this picture from the spread.


Ms Hack remains best known for playing Tiffany Welles in the fourth season of the ABC drama “Charlie’s Angels” [1979–1980], replacing the departing Kate Jackson.

She appeared in a total of 25 episodes of the series, before being replaced in season five by model-actress, Tanya Roberts.

Ms Hack was born in White Plains, New York and raised in nearby Greenwich, Connecticut. She graduated from Greenwich Academy and Smith College, the latter with a history degree. She began her career as a teen fashion model and became the face of Revlon’s Charlie perfume in the mid 1970s.

“Life” proclaimed her one of the million dollar faces in the beauty industry and she ranked among a handful of ’70s supermodels.

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