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People are always seeking ways to avoid aging, especially actors. However, some celebrities believe that age is just a number, and one should not be fearful of it. Take a look at these celebrities who prove that age doesn’t affect their lives.
With the character Letitia Lawrence in the TV show Family, actress Kristy McNichol rose to fame and won 2 Emmy Awards. Although she has since withdrawn from the entertainment industry now for 22 years, the public still remembers Kristy and her iconic roles.
Wrestling fans must know Lex Luger, the professional wrestler whose career reached its peak from the 1980s to the 1990s. Although he was forced to end his career due to a spinal stroke, the 62-year-old wrestler is still active in WWE as a member of the Wellness Policy team.
With her charm and beauty, the '80s legendary model Barbi Benton swept the public off their feet at 16. Other than her iconic covers of Playboy magazine, Barbi had also been successful in the singing and acting fields. Now, this 70-year-old former model concentrates only on her family.
Charlie's Angels brought Jaclyn Smith fame and fortune and paved the way for her career. Other than acting, Smith was also a designer, launching her own clothing line. Later, due to her brave experience fighting against breast cancer, she was titled as Ms. Dr. Brad Allen.
Lou Ferrigno may be best known for his role Hulk in CBS 70's TV show The Incredible Hulk, but he is also a professional bodybuilder. He has won both the IFBB Mr. America and the IFBB Mr. Universe titles. Even now, he still stays in shape and stars in the TV series The King of Queens.
Richard Chamberlain's excellent performance in the 1960s TV show Dr. Kildare opened up wider career opportunities, including his iconic role Jason Bourne in The Bourne Identity. At 86, Richard is admired by many because of his lifestyle and openness regarding his sexual orientation.
No one would forget Julie Andrews' stunning performances in Mary Poppins and The Sound of Music. She has been active for 75 years in the film industry, displaying her all-around talent. The sweet young Julie and the demure 85-year-old Julie tell us that age is just a number.
Through the TV series I Dream of Jeannie, the public fell in love with Jenny and actress Barbara Eden. She became one of America's 200 greatest pop icons of the 20th century. Although she retired in the early 2000s, the 89-year-old actress continues to give regular interviews.
Best known for the role of "Sonny" in Miami Vice, Don Johnson didn't confine himself to acting. In his 51 years career, Johnson explored many fields in the entertainment industry, including as a producer and singer. The 71-year-old actor is now involved in the HBO series Watchmen.
When movie execs turned down Betty White for not being photogenic, they never would've guessed that she would be regarded as a female movie star who has maintained the longest career of all time. After appearing in countless classic films, the 98-year-old actress hasn't let her age stop her.
After his Rocky series's success, Sylvester Stallone offered the audience many other unforgettable characters, such as the beloved John Rambo. Although rumor has it that he had passed away, the 74-year-old legend never left the public eye and is still active today.
Born in Italy and as an actress who went on to become Hollywood’s sweetheart, Sophia Loren is now 86 years old. During her legendary acting career, Loren not only co-starred with famous names like Paul Newman, but also won numerous awards herself, including Golden Globe Awards, a Grammy, and even an honorary Academy Award.
Ali Macgraw proved that age can have unexpected benefits. Ali succeeded in both acting and yoga fields, winning the Academy Award for her role in Love Story and later producing a best selling set of yoga videos. The 81-year-old inspiration is is more graceful than ever.
Loni Anderson's memorable performance in WKRP in Cincinnati opened the door for her career, and her network gradually expanded to the top stars. During her 54 years of acting, she has earned countless nominations. Even now, 75-year-old Loni is still active in the film industry.
Danny DeVito has gained worldwide fame for playing the villain in films like Penguin in Batman Returns. Despite being diagnosed with epiphyseal dysplasia since birth, he was never held back by it. At 76 years old, he is still active in the entertainment industry.
Appearing in countless classic movies such as Gone With The Wind, Olivia de Havilland was regarded as one of the last grande dames of Hollywood's Golden Age. Although she passed away this year, the 104-year-old Hollywood centenarian will be remembered in film history.
It has been 56 years since Tina Lousie shot to fame by starring as Ginger Grant in Gilligan's Island. The 86-year-old legend is not just an actress but also an inspiration. Tina has also published a few books and volunteered for the children's non-profit organization Learning Leaders.
Widely known for her excellent performance in Alfred Hitchcock's thriller Vertigo, Kim Novak had undoubtedly a successful acting career. Having decided to quit acting in the early 90s, the 87-year-old actress now focuses on visual arts.
63-year-old fitness instructor Denise Austin shows us that a healthy lifestyle can keep people graceful whatever their age. Her fitness show has been hugely popular for more than 20 years, and now she and her daughter's fitness videos are also adored by audiences.
Lee Majors was a household name after starring in The Big Valley and The Six Million Dollar Man. Later he tied the knot with Charlie's Angels' actress Farrah Fawcett. Although he's not so much on-screen today, the 81-year-old actor is still respected by the public.
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