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O'Neal appeared in guest roles on series that included The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis, Leave It to Beaver, Bachelor Father, Westinghouse Playhouse, Perry Mason and Wagon Train.
From 1962 to 1963, he was a regular on NBC's Empire, another modern day western, where he played "Tal Garrett".
O'Neal trained as an amateur boxer before beginning his career in acting in 1960.
In 1964, he landed the role of Rodney Harrington on the ABC nighttime soap opera Peyton Place.
What is on screen is, er, less interesting, but still agreeable.
Farrah Fawcett’s 18-year relationship with Ryan O’Neal ended after she caught him in bed with another much younger woman at his oceanfront California mansion, the Love Story actor has admitted in court papers.
O’Neal testified that he kept one of two valuable Andy Warhol portraits of Fawcett hanging over his bed, only handing it over to his ex-love a year later because his new girlfriend felt ‘uncomfortable that Farrah seemed to be staring down at her.’ In her living trust, Fawcett left all of her artworks to her old college, the University of Texas, but when the collection was handed over it was discovered that one of the Warhol portraits was back hanging up in O’Neal’s bedroom.‘The reason I gave it to her is because there was a new woman in my life and the painting was making her uncomfortable; that Farrah seemed to be staring down at her.
This was a box office disappointment in the US but, like A Bridge Too Far, did better overseas. I'll get there..." Around this time, O'Neal was meant to star in The Bodyguard, from a Lawrence Kasdan script, opposite Diana Ross for director John Boorman.
Hill later said he "was so pleased with Ryan in the movie and I was very disappointed that people didn’t particularly give him any credit for what he did. I cannot imagine another actor." However the film was a flop at the box office. However the film fell over when Ross pulled out, and it would not be made until 1992, with Kevin Costner in O'Neal's old role. O'Neal instead played a boxer in a comedy, The Main Event, reuniting him with Streisand.
The series was an instant hit and boosted O'Neal's career.