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Since her first single in 1966, the four-time Grammy winner has been charming the world with her timeless hits and iconic locks (now gracefully swept straight).
Born and raised in New Mexico, Hutton started acting and modeling at a very early age. She was among the main cast in the movies The Gambler and American Gigolo, and was recently featured in Calvin Klein’s underwear advert.
Most of us grew up watching him in Roots, Star Trek: The Next Generation, and Reading Rainbow. Burton is still acting now, and his most recent roles was in the 2016 remake of Roots.
The Swedish beauty was known for her looks, acting skills, and accent. She is most known for being the Bond girl, and being in films such as Mary Goodnight and The Man with the Golden Gun. Ekland currently lives with her dog Tequila in L.A.
Burt Reynolds was forced into show business by a car accident which intercepted his football dream. He had a guest spot on the 1960 Pony Express episode, “The Good Samaritan.” Recently he voiced a character in the Grand Theft Auto video game, and voiced himself in the hit show “Archer.”
As a renowned television and movie actress, Barbara Hershey has won many awards for her impeccable performance in movies and TV shows, like Hannah and Her Sisters, A world apart, The Last Temptation of Christ, Paris Trout, and many others.
This successful actress made her first appearance on the TV show “Gidget” in 1965 and then went onto the show “The Flying Nun” in 1967 for 3 seasons. Later “Sybil” earned her an Emmy Award. She still is very active on stage now with her recent role in “The Glass Menagerie”.
No more words needed when speaking of Al Pacino, The Godfather is enough. Known for his stunning acting performances, Al Pacino has numerous hits to his credit and the number of awards and honors he has received are a testimony to his success.
Farrah Fawcett’s made her first debut on TV in 1968. However, it was her character as Jill Munroe in the hit TV show, “Charlie’s Angels” that rocketed her to stardom and earned her her first Golden Globe nomination. Fawcett died in 2009, at a relatively young age of 62.
Modeling, acting, and social work, Mia Farrow has done it all and done it convincingly. A noted figure of the golden era of the Hollywood, Farrow appeared in several supporting roles in 60s and 70s and made her mark in the field of entertainment.
Raquel Welch was the international sex symbol of her time. She was on the list of “100 Sexiest stars in Film History” by Empire magazine in 1995, “100 sexiest stars of the Twentieth Century” by Playboy, and “Hottest Women of All Time” by Men’s Health in 2011.
Sean Connery, the first James Bond, is winner of two BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globe awards, and an Academy award. Other than the Bond franchise movies, Connery has also given great performances in Marnie, The Name of the Rose, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, etc. If not for his iconic looks, we wouldn’t recognize this chameleon in so many distinctively different roles.
Tina Turner’s powerful voice and electrifying stage performance attracted people of her time and the generations to come. Fun fact, a street in Tennessee has been named after her.
The world-renowned songwriter with all his eccentricities married David Furnish in 2014, almost as soon as same-sex marriage became legal in UK. They have been together since 1993, and now have two sons.
Born in 1968, Gillian has done quite a few movies and shows that many recognize her in, but is still best known for her role as Dana Scully in the hit sci-fi television series, The X Files. The British-American actress also has a heart of gold having participated in many activist movements.