Shelley Hack (born July 6, 1947), began her career as a fashion model and became the face of Revlon's Charlie perfume. She was one smart cookie and was able to negotiate lucrative deals with giant cosmetics companies.
Her film debut was, Annie Hall (1977).
She maybe best known for her role as Tiffany Welles in the television series Charlie's Angels for one season (1979–80). Unfortunately, the series lacked ratings during Hack's time on the show and she was let go.
She then went on to perform in Martin Scorsese's film, The King of Comedy (1983).
She starred with Annette O'Toole and Meredith Baxter Birney in, Vanities (1981), on HBO.
She also had a leading role in the horror film, The Stepfather and was a regular on two short-lived TV series: Cutter to Houston (1983) and Jack and Mike (1986–87).
After Hack left acting in the '90s, she entered politics. Hack became a registration and polling station supervisor in the 1997 elections in Bosnia-Herzegovina and produced the first-ever televised presidential debates there. She also produced the debates in Sarajevo, Mostar, and the two in Banja Luka.
She became a media consultant for pre- and post-conflict countries helping spread independent newspapers, radio and television.
Hack became a member of the Pacific Council on International Policy.
In October 2000, Hack returned to the Charlie's Angels Townsend Agency office as guest host on A&E Biography, which featured profiles of several Charlie's Angels stars during Hello Angels Week.
She gave a wonderful performance in, How to Marry a Millionaire (1953) with Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable and in, Designing Woman (1957) with Gregory Peck.
Bacall has also worked on Broadway in musicals, gaining Tony Awards for Applause in 1970 and Woman of the Year in 1981.
Her performance in the movie, The Mirror Has Two Faces (1996) earned her a Golden Globe Award and an Academy Award nomination.