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These Beautiful Stars Have Aged Exceptionally Well

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Celebrities aim to consistently look their best, keenly aware that their appearance is vital to their continued success. Several A-listers have succeeded in preserving their youthful appearance, seemingly stopping time in its tracks.

We sure would love to know the secret that keeps these Hollywood icons looking incredible through the years. Whether they’re models who’ve graced runways or actors who’ve strolled red carpets, these A-listers seem to have defied the laws of nature…

Vanna White – Born 1957

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After Wheel of Fortune hostess Susan Stafford left in October 1982, White was selected as one of three substitute hostesses to co-host the show. Vanna impressed the most and in 1982, she became a regular hostess.

White is a patron of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital and has donated around $2 million to the program over the years. She plans to continue her philanthropic work even after her retirement from TV.

Heidi Klum – Born 1973

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Heidi Klum is known to many as one of the most famous supermodels in the world, but at this point has done it all. Having first taken the world by storm after appearing in the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 1998, she also became the very first German-born model to become a Victoria’s Secret Angel.

Aside from modeling, she also went on to host and executive producer of the reality show Project Runway. And in 2013, she became a judge on the hit reality show America’s Got Talent. Klum has vocally spoken out against ageism in the modeling industry.

Morgan Fairchild – Born 1950

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Fairchild’s acting career started with Search for Tomorrow, where she played the role of Jennifer Pace. From there, she got several continuing roles in TV series and has credits in other film and TV productions.

Apart from her acting career, Morgan also has a role as a board member of the Screen Actors Guild. When it comes to activism, Fairchild fights for the environment and supports causes for AIDS.

Eva Longoria – Born 1975


Eva Longoria became a household name starring on the drama Desperate Housewives and was on the soap opera, The Young and the Restless before that. For her role on Desperate Housewives, she received Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild Award nominations.

She was named one of Hollywood’s most beautiful women by several publications, including People en Español and People magazines. Two of the companies she has modeling contracts with are L’Oréal and New York & Co.


Halle Berry – Born 1966

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Berry started out as runner-up in the Miss USA pageant and was sixth in the Miss World 1986. Halle crossed over into acting and has won a Primetime Emmy Award, Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award for Best Actress.

Berry was number one in People’s “50 Most Beautiful People in the World” once and was annually ranked near the top on multiple occasions. Other publications, like Esquire, Men’s Health, and Empire have all given her recognition for her beauty, too.

Julia Roberts – Born 1967

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Julia Roberts’ role in Pretty Woman helped launch her career, starring opposite leading man Richard Gere, another name on this list. She has won three Golden Globe Awards and an Academy Award for Best Actress for Erin Brockovich.

Julia strives for a diet high in lean proteins and healthy fats, which includes avocado, coconut, salmon, and white meats. Of course, a good exercise routine goes hand-in-hand with what she eats to maintain her healthy lifestyle.

Monica Bellucci – Born 1964

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Monica Bellucci started modeling at the young age of 13 years old. After her early start, she moved into acting from there and has had roles in major films such as the James Bond film, Spectre, and The Matrix.

Monica is fluent in multiple languages, including English, Italian, and French. In fact, her acting career started out in Italian, French, and even Persian films before she transitioned over to Hollywood.

Michelle Pfeiffer – Born 1958

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Michelle Pfeiffer is an actress and producer known for pursuing roles in a wide range of film genres. Her accolades include a Golden Globe Award and a British Academy Film Award, as well as nominations for several other awards.

Pfeiffer has played many big roles in TV and film, including Batman Returns, The Fabulous Baker Boys, and Scarface. She credits her slow aging to eating well, exercising, and getting lots of sleep.


Kelly Ripa – Born 1970


While she’s best known as a TV personality on Live! With Kelly and Ryan, Ripa is also an actress, dancer, and TV producer. As an actress, her best-known roles were in All My Children and Hope & Faith.

She has invested in a dietician over the years, who advises her constantly. Kelly is known to take omega-3 supplements, cumin seed oil supplements, and turmeric, among other products to assist with her health.

Pamela Sue Martin – Born 1953

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Martin is best known for her portrayal of teen detective Nancy Drew on the TV series The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries back in the late 1970s. Pamela also was part of the soap opera Dynasty throughout the 1980s.

To help her age well, she steers clear of harsh chemicals that could harm her body. She’s also not a fan of cosmetic surgery, regardless of how small the job is, as even a facelift is out of the question.

Jennifer Garner – Born 1972

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After her supporting role in Pearl Harbor, Jennifer Garner gained recognition for her performance in the spy show Alias. She has won a Golden Globe Award, and Screen Actors Guild Award, and received four Primetime Emmy Award nominations.

Jennifer mentioned that she tries to always remember to apply sunscreen regularly to prevent skin damage. She’s the co-founder and chief brand officer of the organic baby food company Once Upon a Farm.

Denzel Washington – Born 1954

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Denzel Washington is one of the most accomplished actors, having received 17 NAACP Image Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, one Tony Award, and two Academy Awards. Some of his most famous roles have been in Glory, Training Day, The Hurricane, and Remember the Titans.

He has served as the national spokesman for Boys & Girls Clubs of America since 1993 and has appeared in public service announcements and awareness campaigns ever since. He has also been a board member since 1995.


Salma Hayek – Born 1966

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Hayek started in Mexico starring in the telenovela Teresa and the film El Callejón de Los Milagros. She moved to the United States and came to prominence with roles in Desperado, From Dusk till Dawn, Wild Wild West, and Dogma.

She finally won critical acclaim in Frida, portraying Mexican painter Frida Kahlo, being nominated for an Academy Award for Best Actress. Similar to the character she portrayed, Salma loves focusing on natural beauty.

Goldie Hawn – Born 1945

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Goldie Hawn is an actress, producer, dancer, and singer. She rose to fame on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, before later receiving the Academy Award and Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Cactus Flower.

In 2003, the star founded the Hawn Foundation. This organization is a non-profit that provides youth education programs intended to improve academic performance.

Hunter Tylo – Born 1962

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Hunter Tylo won over fans with her portrayal of Taylor Haynes in the soap opera The Bold and the Beautiful. The actress, author, and former model also had a major role as an antagonist in Days of Our Lives. She even hated her own character.

She has been listed twice on People magazine’s list of “50 Most Beautiful People In The World.” Acting may be secondary these days, as Hunter doesn’t seem to have many projects in the works.

Dylan McDermott – Born 1961

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Dylan McDermott is best known for his role in the legal drama The Practice, which earned him a Golden Globe Award and a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award. He has acted in other productions such as American Horror Story and Olympus Has Fallen.

Dylan used to have a drinking problem but adjusted his lifestyle and conquered it for good back in 1984. He has been featured in magazines such as Men’s Health and was once a finalist in the GQ “Man of the Year” issue.


Elle Macpherson – Born 1964

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Elle Macpherson is a TV personality, actress, entrepreneur, and supermodel who has appeared on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue five times. In 1989, TIME  magazine nicknamed her “The Body” for her stunning figure.

She’s the founder, primary model, and creative director for a series of business ventures. One of them is called Elle Macpherson Intimates and The Body, a line of skin care products that pay tribute to her nickname.

Demi Moore – Born 1962

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Demi Moore actually dropped out of high school shortly before pursuing acting, which seemed to work out for her. She landed several hits in the 1990s, such as A Few Good Men, Ghost, Indecent Proposal, and G.I. Jane.

She’s passionate about activism and philanthropy, as she has supported a multitude of organizations in which she believes. Some of those are the All Day Foundation, UNICEF, and Artists for Peace and Justice.

Grace Slick – Born 1939

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Grace Slick is yet another on this list that has many talents, dabbling in film and in music pursuits. She may not have received significant training to be onstage, but she certainly seems to know what she is doing, and movies such as Gimme Shelter are proof of her incredible natural talent.

Her soul-stirring and inspiring music has made an impact on the world and has also filled her bank account to the brim. With extra money comes additional resources—she has no doubt had time and opportunity to take some spa days, and these have done her well as far as aging goes.

Vanessa Williams – Born 1963

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Vanessa Williams came a household name after becoming the first African-American woman to win the Miss America title in 1983. She would later resign under pressure from the organization. She would go on to lead a successful career as a singer and actress.

Her debut album The Right Stuff saw her singing career take off,  and she eventually would perform her song “Save the Best for Last” at the 1993 Grammys. As an actress, she’d be best known for starring in Soul Food and on the hit TV show Ugly Betty.


Shannon Tweed – Born 1957

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Shannon Tweed got her name out there by competing in beauty pageants at the beginning of her career. This actress, model, and film producer has appeared in more than 60 films and in several TV shows.

She will be the first to admit she has gone under the knife to help her looks, dating back to her beauty pageant days. Plastic surgery, along with tracking her eating habits and workouts, helps her feel beautiful.

Kelly Lynch – Born 1959

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Kelly Lynch rose to fame in Cocktail and Road House, in which she starred opposite Patrick Swayze in the latter. Other productions that earned her nominations for awards include Drugstore Cowboy and The Beans of Egypt, Maine.

On TV shows, the actress and model had the recurring role of Ivan Aycock in The L Word and Meg Bannock in Magic City. She later joined the cast of 90210 as Laurel Cooper.

Colin Firth – Born 1960

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Colin Firth is known for roles in Darcy, Love Actually, Bridget Jones’ Diary, The English Patient, Shakespeare in Love, and The King’s Speech. He has an Academy Award, Golden Globe Award, two BAFTA Awards, and three Screen Actors Guild Awards.

Firth has used his platform to campaign for the rights of indigenous tribal people and is a member of Survival International. He also cares about topics related to asylum seekers, refugee rights, and the environment.

Matt Damon – Born 1970

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A pal of Ben Affleck, another guy on the list, Matt Damon has won an Academy Award and two Golden Globe Awards. In fact, the two friends were responsible for writing and acting in 1997’s Good Will Hunting.

They’ve also established two production companies together. Matt has been involved in charitable work with organizations such as Feeding America, H2O Africa Foundation, One Campaign, and

Renee Zellweger – 1969

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Renee Zellweger is the recipient of numerous accolades thanks to her acting. Her trophy closet includes two Academy Awards, two BAFTA Awards, four Golden Globe Awards, and four Screen Actors Guild Awards.


Zellweger has acknowledged that she looks different now, adding that it may be due to aging, but has never admitted to plastic surgery. Renee has also said that what’s essential is not always what people see on the outside.

Barbi Benton – Born 1950

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Barbi Benton is a retired model, actress, songwriter, TV personality, and singer. She’s known for appearing in Playboy magazine, as a four-season regular on the comedy series Hee Haw and for recording eight country albums.

Benton also starred in the comedy series Sugar Time! Ultimately, she valued family life over fame and decided to step out of the spotlight in order to make her two children her top priority as they grew up.

Ben Affleck – Born 1972

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Ben Affleck has won two Academy Awards and three Golden Globe Awards for various roles. Films that he has been a part of include Good Will Hunting, Pearl Harbor, The Town, Argo, and Gone Girl.

Substance abuse runs in his family, as several of his relatives have had issues, including Ben himself. Luckily, after rehab, Affleck has found better ways to deal with his issues than alcohol and he hasn’t relapsed in several years.

Justine Bateman – Born 1966

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Justine Bateman is famous as an actress, director, producer, and writer, as well as being brother to actor Jason Bateman. Her acting resume includes Family Ties, Satisfaction, Men Behaving Badly, The TV Set, Desperate Housewives, and Californication.

According to her, Bateman never contemplated undergoing enhancement procedures on herself as she aged. Despite suffering from an eating disorder in the past, Justine recovered and now sticks to a healthy diet.

Lisa Hartman – Born 1956

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After a multitude of guest appearances on TV, Hartman scored a bigger role in Tabitha. Her major breakthrough happened in 1982 when she played the role of rock singer Ciji Dunne in Knots Landing.


Lisa was so beloved by fans that they caused a scene when Ciji died in the show and the producers ended up bringing her back as Cathy Geary, another singer. Hartman credits her looks to family genes, diet, and a healthy lifestyle.

Cheryl Ladd – Born 1951

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Ladd made it big when she starred in Charlie’s Angels from 1977 to 1981, replacing Farrah Fawcett. Her film roles include Purple Hearts, Millennium, Poison Ivy, Permanent Midnight, and Unforgettable.

At one point in time, she suffered from cataracts, which caused her to slowly start losing her vision. Luckily, a successful surgery was done to help restore her vision back to where it used to be.

Bo Derek – Born 1956

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Bo Derek’s birth name was actually Mary Collins. She developed the name Bo Derek from a controversial marriage to John Derek, who was 30 years older. Due to the age difference, it’s not surprising that she has been a widow since 1998.

Bo is an actress and model perhaps best known for her iconic role alongside Dudley Moore in the comedy 10. As a result of that film, she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year in a Motion Picture – Female.

William Shatner – Born 1931

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While his Star Trek days are far behind him, William Shatner is still active and looking much younger than his birth certificate reveals. In fact, in October of 2021, at age 90, he became the oldest person ever to go to space.

He stays young by exercising regularly and eating well, sticking mostly to veggies, fruit, and fish, and usually works out in his pool, running in place and working out his upper body. He also loves to ride horses, often riding in competitions, and even winning some of them.

Daniel Craig – Born 1968

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Daniel Craig became the sixth actor to portray James Bond, which was in the film Casino Royale, which brought him international fame. As of 2021, he has starred in five films in that series, with the most recent movie, No Time To Die, being his last portrayal of the character.


Charitable contributions and humanitarian work are also an important part of Craig’s life. He has helped raise money for various causes such as AIDS, women empowerment, and education over the years.

Laura San Giacomo – Born 1962

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San Giacomo won the Independent Spirit Award for Best Supporting Female for her acting role as Cynthia in the film Sex, Lies, and Videotape. She also acted in Pretty Woman, The Stand, and the sitcom, Just Shoot Me!

Her favorite hobbies are horseback riding, gymnastics, ice skating, ballet, tennis, and golf. Laura is a strong supporter of charitable causes, most prominently those related to disabilities, as her only child has cerebral palsy.

Maureen McCormick – Born 1956

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Maureen McCormick was Marcia Brady on The Brady Bunch and reprised the role in several spinoffs. The singer, actress, and author also had roles in Peter Pan, The Idolmaker, and Grease, while still finding time to make music.

McCormick has appeared on several reality TV series, too. One of the shows that she’s likely most proud of is Celebrity Fit Club, where she lost 34 pounds and was named the individual winner of her season.

Clive Owen – Born 1964

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Clive Owen first gained recognition in the United Kingdom for his role in Chancer. He received critical acclaim for his work in Close My Eyes before earning international attention for his performance in Croupier.

Other major roles for him came in Closer, Sin City, Derailed, and Inside Man. He’s the brand ambassador for Lancome’s anti-aging products line for men, which makes sense considering how young he still looks.

Diana Ross – Born 1944

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Outside of huge success as a music legend on her own and with others, Diana Ross also acted and produced records. While she’s mainly known for her singing career, Diana didn’t even want to be a singer when she was younger.

Her initial goal was to take classes on dressmaking. Fate had other plans for her, though, as she found herself performing for decades, and becoming one of the most successful Motown singers of all time.


Lucy Lawless – Born 1968

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Lucy Lawless became famous in the ’90s after starring in the hit TV series Xena: Warrior Princess. She went through quite a demanding fitness program in order to perform her own stunts, which helped her build the necessary strength and flexibility for them.

Outside of healthy eating and practicing other good habits, she claims that Pilates is the most effective way for her to stay in shape. Some of the workouts she did for Xena are still maintained by Lucy today.

Richard Gere – Born 1949

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Gere is an actor and producer who started out in the 1970s by playing a supporting role in Looking for Mr. Goodbar and a starring role in Days of Heaven. American Gigolo is the movie that really put his name on the map.

He’s an accomplished musician as well, composing and performing the Pretty Woman piano theme and a guitar solo in Runaway Bride. He learned how to tap dance for Chicago and learned karate for An Officer and a Gentleman.

Nancy Kerrigan – Born 1969

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Kerrigan, an Olympian who was attacked to prevent her from competing at one point, was the fan favorite at the 1994 US Nationals. She eventually made it into the US Figure Skating Hall of Fame.

After her final Olympics, she retired from her competitive figure skating career. Nancy continued skating for professional shows and also started working as a TV commentator for the sport she knows best.

Cybill Shepherd – Born 1950

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Cybill Shepherd is an actress and former model who is known for film roles in famous movies such as  The Last Picture Show, The Heartbreak Kid, Taxi Driver, and Alice. Some of her TV roles were in Moonlighting, Cybill, The L Word, and Psych.

Cybill goes to the gym regularly and sticks to an all-natural diet. It has been said that she’s worried when she sees and hears about young women going through surgeries to boost their own self-confidence.


Chris O’ Donnell – 1970

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Chris O’Donnell is an actor and former model with acting credits in films such as Scent of a Woman, School Ties, The Three Musketeers, Circle of Friends, Batman Forever, and Batman & Robin. O’Donnell currently stars in the TV series NCIS: Los Angeles.

His big break occurred when he was cast in a McDonald’s commercial, in which he served basketball player Michael Jordan. Since then, O’Donnell he’s been a Hollywood mainstay and is known for his youthful good looks.

Diane Keaton – Born 1946

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Some of Keaton’s credits come from the fields of acting, directing, producing, singing, and writing. Her career journey began on stage and eventually transitioned onto the big screen in 1970.

She was part of movies like The Godfather, The Family Stone, The First Wives Club, Manhattan Murder Mystery, and most notably, Annie Hall. A natural beauty, Keaton has stayed away from plastic surgery throughout her life.

David Beckham – Born 1975

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David Beckham is a retired soccer player and was the first English player to win league titles in four countries: England, Spain, the United States, and France. He retired in May 2013 after a 20-year career, during which he won 19 major trophies.

Beckham keeps himself busy these days, so it’s not your typical relaxing retirement, as he’s the co-owner of two different football clubs. As an athlete, a healthy diet and fitness have likely been engrained in his lifestyle since he was young.

Sissy Spacek – Born 1949

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Mary Elizabeth “Sissy” Spacek is both an actress and singer who had her breakthrough in the iconic horror film Carrie. Among her awards and accolades is an Academy Award, three Golden Globe Awards, and a Screen Actors Guild Award.

Sissy, who quit smoking in the name of health, also avoids junk foods and red meat whenever she can. She now lives by the rules of eating smart by following a healthy and balanced overall diet.


Keshia Knight Pulliam – Born 1979

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Pulliam started young in the industry, as she was only 9 months old when she was the face of several commercials. Due to her work as a child, she was named one of the “100 Greatest Kid Stars” at one point.

While she’s obviously decades past being a child star, Keshia still has that youthful appearance. She says that part of her aging success is owed to her “clean diet plan,” which says to stay away from processed or junk foods.

Will Smith – Born 1968

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Will Smith is an actor, rapper, and film producer who has won four Grammy Awards. His big breakout acting role came when starred in the beloved sitcom, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air before turning to huge blockbuster movies, such as Independence Day and Men In Black.

Smith is over 50 years old now, but still as active as ever. He celebrated his 50th birthday by bungee jumping from a helicopter over the Grand Canyon to raise money for a charity called Global Citizen.

Jude Law – Born 1972

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Jude Law has a BAFTA Film Award and nominations for two Academy Awards, as well as two Tony Awards. Some roles include films such as The Talented Mr. Ripley, Enemy at the Gates, A.I. Artificial Intelligence, Sherlock Holmes, and The Grand Budapest Hotel.

The media has brought attention to his receding hairline, but it doesn’t seem to bother Jude, as he seems to be comfortable in his skin. It’s also the least of his concerns, considering he has six kids to parent.

Cheryl Tiegs – Born 1947

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Cheryl Tiegs is a former American supermodel. She made it big by appearing on the covers of magazines like TIME and was the first person to appear twice on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Her pink bikini poster became an icon and was regarded as a part of pop culture.

Tiegs is active in philanthropy and serves on the Board of Directors of C.O.A.C.H. for Kids and the Earth Conservation Corps. She’s a spokeswoman for City of Hope and an Ambassador for the International Planned Parenthood Foundation.


Jenilee Harrison – Born 1958

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Harrison was the replacement for the role of Chrissy Snow in Three’s Company, which was one of the most popular TV shows of the 1980s. The role shot her into stardom, as she became a household name.

Now in her 60’s, Jenilee looks much younger than her actual age. It’s not known what she owes her beautiful aging to, whether it’s a healthy lifestyle, good genes, or a combination of the two.

Eric Dane – Born 1972

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Eric Dane is best known for his starring role as Dr. Mark Sloan on the long-running TV show Grey’s Anatomy. He has had roles in productions such as Burlesque, Charmed, Euphoria, The Last Ship, Marley & Me, and Valentine’s Day.

An accident led to a dependency on prescription drugs, which eventually led him to rehab. Fortunately, he came out clean and has been following a fitness regimen ever since, which likely helps him maintain a positive outlook.

Jared Leto – Born 1971

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Jared Leto achieved recognition for his role in My So-Called Life. While he also dabbled in music with the band Thirty Seconds to Mars thereafter, other major roles for him came in films like Requiem of a Dream, Dallas Buyer’s Club, and Suicide Squad.

The Academy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild award winner lives a vegan lifestyle. Jared is a public advocate for animal rights and healthcare for children with serious medical conditions.

Victoria Principal – Born 1950

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Victoria Principal, who had considered retiring from acting in 1975, was launched from obscurity to fame thanks to her role in Dallas. After that, she acted in a few TV movies and also appeared on the popular ’90s TV show Home Improvement.

This entrepreneur started her own film production company back in 1987. Victoria also started Principal Secret, her own anti-aging skincare line of products, which may be part of the reason why she’s on the list.


Debbie Harry – Born 1945

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Debbie Harry is the lead singer of the band Blondie. The band’s songs reached number 1 in the US and UK charts on several occasions. She’s also an actress and songwriter who has been a legend of the music scene for decades.

Typical of many stars in the entertainment industry over the course of history, Debbie struggled with drug use in the past but has overcome her problem. Inspired by Elton John, she got into philanthropy.

Rob Lowe – Born 1964

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Rob Lowe became a teen idol with roles in films such as The Outsiders, Class, The Hotel New Hampshire, Oxford Blues, St. Elmo’s Fire, About Last Night, and Square Dance. The success of these films made him a Hollywood star who would later become a hit on shows like The West Wing and Parks and Recreation.

Rob is currently the spokesperson for the Atkins diet, which promotes high-protein, low-sugar, and low-carb foods. He said the diet is a good fit for him because he was basically following the eating habits on his own already.

Ali MacGraw – Born 1939

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MacGraw gained notoriety from her role in the film Goodbye, Columbus, for which she won the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer. She used to act and model and has even been published as an author.

She’s a strong advocate for animal rights. While she no longer acts, Ali has been known to be into yoga, and Vanity Fair credited her with being one of the people responsible for the practice’s popularity surge in the United States.

Kathie Lee Gifford – Born 1953

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Gifford is best known as a TV presenter, but she has also been a singer, songwriter, actress, and author. She gained fame for her 15-year run on Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee, which she co-hosted with Regis Philbin.

Now, she’s focusing mostly on her acting but also has credits as both a director and producer. Despite being body-shamed many times, Kathie Lee never let the haters affect her view of herself.


Sally Struthers – Born 1947

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Struthers is an actress, spokeswoman, and activist best known for her roles in All in the Family, for which she won two Emmy awards and Gilmore Girls. Her activism has been spoofed on shows Grey’s Anatomy, In Living Color, and South Park.

Struthers has been a spokesperson for ChildFund, advocating on behalf of impoverished children in developing countries. She has also been the spokesperson for International Correspondence Schools in TV ads.

Marlo Thomas – Born 1937

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Margaret Julia “Marlo” Thomas is an actress, producer, author, and social activist best known for starring in That Girl and Free to Be… You and Me. She has won an Emmy, Grammy, and Golden Globe during her career.

Marlo is the National Outreach Director for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which was founded by her father Danny Thomas. She created the Thanks & Giving campaign in 2004 to support the hospital.

Marie Osmond – Born 1959

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Over the years, Marie Osmond has been a singer, actress, author, philanthropist, and talk show host. She famously sang together with her brother Donny, but she also gained success as a solo country music artist in the 1970s and 1980s.

Along with actor John Schneider, Osmond co-founded the non-profit Children’s Miracle Network in 1983. It’s dedicated to saving and improving the lives of children by raising funds for children’s hospitals in North America.

Betty White – Born 1922

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Betty White first emerged onto TV screens in 1952 with the comedy Life with Elizabeth before hosting her own variety show. She also appeared on various game shows throughout the ’60s like Password, To Tell the Truth, and What’s My Line? 

She managed to be a presence on television for over six decades, best known for her role as Rue McClanahan on The Golden Girls, as well as on The Mary Tyler Moore Show before that. White became a beloved figure in pop culture, known for her spry and lively personality despite her age. Sadly, she passed away just on Dec. 31, 2021, just 17 days shy of her 100th birthday.


Sharon Bruneau – Born 1964

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Sharon Bruneau started out as a successful model, but that opportunity ended when she got severe pneumonia. The disease caused weight loss, so she decided to gain weight through weightlifting after recovering from the sickness.

Sharon stuck with it and became the first female representative of Weider Health & Fitness publications. After her 1994 Ms. Olympia competition, she retired from bodybuilding but continues to work as a motivational speaker.

Fairuza Balk – Born 1974

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Fairuza Balk is an actress, artist, and musician, who made a name for herself in Return to Oz. She also appeared in a variety of movies, such as The Craft, The Island of Dr. Moreau, American History X, The Waterboy, Almost Famous, and Personal Velocity: Three Portraits.

She doesn’t spend too much on makeup and credits her father and mother for passing along great genes to her. Fairuza, which means “turquoise” in Persian, was given the name due to the color of her eyes.

Ruth Buzzi – Born 1936

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Ruth Buzzi has many talents, especially as an actress, comedian, and singer. She’s best known for her performances on Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In, for which she won a Golden Globe Award and received five Emmy nominations.

Ruth handles her fame in a way to avoid stress as much as possible, which could be part of the reason why she’s aging well. She doesn’t mind seeing wrinkles on her face and has no interest in any cosmetic surgery.

Connie Stevens – Born 1938

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Connie Stevens is an actress, director, screenwriter, producer, cinematographer, editor, and singer. She gained widespread recognition for her portrayal of Cricket Blake on the TV series Hawaiian Eye, running from 1959 to 1963.

Connie now owns Forever Spring, an extensive beauty line, which perhaps is part of her secret to aging gracefully. The company offers natural beauty products and other products like candles.


Catherine O’Hara – Born 1954

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Catherine O’Hara is an actress, comedian, writer, and singer. She’s the recipient of several accolades, including a Genie Award, Golden Globe Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, and five Canadian Screen Awards.

Previously, her most memorable role was in the creepy comedy hit Beetlejuice. Other major appearances by Catherine in both film and TV include A Series of Unfortunate Events and Six Feet Under, though she was most recently known for starring in the popular comedy Schitt’s Creek.

Cote De Pablo – Born 1979

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María José de Pablo Fernández is the real name of the actress and singer, with the stage name Cote De Pablo. She has been studying acting since the age of 10 and has been in the industry since age 15. That was when she started co-hosting a Latin-American show called Control.

De Pablo portrayed Ziva David in NCIS and won an ALMA Award for her work on the show in 2011. She has several singing credits to her name as well, including one credit from when she sang in an NCIS episode.

Cassandra Peterson – Born 1951

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Known best as Elvira, Mistress of the Dark, Cassandra Peterson gained fame on Los Angeles TV station KHJ-TV. She’d wear a revealing, black, gothic gown as host of Elvira’s Movie Macabre, a weekly B-movie presentation.

She revealed in an interview recently that nearly 50% of her body was scalded in a kitchen accident when she was a toddler. Cassandra was later teased at school due to her scars but is proof that beauty isn’t just skin-deep.

Priscilla Presley – Born 1945

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Priscilla Presley may be able to call herself the only woman to ever have Elvis Presley’s heart, although Elvis wasn’t exactly faithful while away on tour. The King and Priscilla were married in 1967, but eventually divorced.

Priscilla later established herself as an entrepreneur and actress. She’s a former chairwoman of Elvis Presley Enterprises, which is credited for turning the singer’s residence, Graceland, into one of the most attractive tourist destinations in America.


Linda Kozlowski – Born 1958

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Linda Kozlowski started in theater and earned roles in How It All Began and Death of a Salesman. Her big break came when she was cast as the female lead in Crocodile Dundee, which led to other roles in major films as well.

She has retired because of dissatisfaction with the roles she was offered. Linda has said nobody else cared about the productions as much as she did and it drove her crazy to put in all the effort if everybody else didn’t do the same.

Bern Nadette Stanis – Born 1953

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Bern Nadette Stanis is an actress and author who portrayed Thelma Ann Evans-Anderson in Good Times. As an author, she has written The Bad & The Ugly: For Men Only, Situations 101: Relationships, Situations 101: Finances, and The Last Night.

As a teenager, she entered various Miss Black America pageants and later would become Miss Brooklyn. She was even the first runner-up in the Miss New York state pageant, which goes to show how beautiful she really is.

Meredith Baxter – Born 1947

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Meredith Baxter was a success thanks to her portrayals in shows such as Family Ties and Family. Meredith is a five-time Emmy Award nominee, with one of her nominations coming from her role in A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story.

A major event in her personal life happened when she was diagnosed with breast cancer back in 1999, but luckily she fully recovered after treatment. Meredith became a vegetarian to make it easier to maintain a healthy weight.

Kristy McNichol – Born 1962

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Some of Kristy McNichol’s best roles were as Angel in Little Darlings, Polly in Only When I Laugh, and Barbara Weston in Empty Nest. Kristy won two Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Letitia “Buddy” Lawrence in Family.

The stress of the industry was enough to wear her down, however, and Kristy no longer wanted all the attention she was getting. A breakdown ensued, and she made up her mind to quit in 2001 after 24 years of acting.


Grace Jones – Born 1948

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Grace Jones, a woman of many talents, started out as a model and then decided to go into the fashion industry for herself. In addition to that, Grace started making music in the late ’70s and also became an actress in the ’80s.

At first, she wasn’t able to secure any substantial roles, but her luck changed when she got the part opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger in Conan The Destroyer. She starred in one of the James Bond movies, A View to a Kill and Vamp.

Linda Ronstadt – Born 1946

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Linda Ronstadt is a retired singer who has earned 10 Grammy Awards, three American Music Awards, two Academy of Country Music awards, an Emmy Award, and an ALMA Award. Additionally, she was inducted into the Rock and Roll of Fame in 2014.

Linda has had an estimated 120 collaborations, the most prominent ones being with other stars like Bette Midler, Dolly Parton, Paul Simon, Neil Young, and Frank Zappa. She has also released over 30 albums over her career.

Cindy Williams – Born 1947

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Cindy Williams is an actress and producer best known for her role as Shirley Feeney on the sitcom Laverne & Shirley. She was also a part of shows like 8 Simple Rules, Law & Order: SVU, The Odd Couple, and The Stepford Husbands.

Cindy had roles in films such as The Biggest Fan, The Conversation, The Creature Wasn’t Nice and Rude Awakening. She has credits in movies and TV shows dating back to 1969 and as recently as 2018.

Pauley Perrette – Born 1969

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Pauley Perrette is mainly known for her role on NCIS, but she retired from acting after it was announced that Broke, a show she starred in, was canceled. She’s now focused on civil rights activism and also co-owns a bake shop in New York.

Aside from a health-conscious diet, her straightforward and easy routine includes baby oil on her face only after she washes it with ordinary beauty soap. She also doesn’t stay out in the sun too long.


Ashton Kutcher – Born 1978

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Ashton Kutcher is an actor, model, producer, entrepreneur, and venture capitalist. His big break happened when he was cast as Kelso on That ’70s Show. From there, he went into movies and other TV shows like Punk’d and Two and a Half Men.

He is also a co-founder of the venture capital firm A-Grade Investments, which later became known as Sound Ventures. He has successfully invested in several tech startups, such as Skype, Foursquare, and Airbnb.

Tracy Austin – Born 1962

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Austin comes from a family of professional tennis players and is a Wimbledon champ. In 1978, she became the youngest winner of the US Open female singles championship and is an inductee of the International Tennis Hall of Fame.

A series of injuries forced her into early retirement, but Tracy kept with her sport by sharing her knowledge and expertise. She has become a commentator for both the French and US Open tournaments.

Lark Voorhies – Born 1974

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Lark Voorhies gained recognition for her performance in the hit show, Saved By The Bell. She’s also an author and has written and self-published several books such as Reciprocity, Trek of the Cheshire, and A True Light.

Lark was nominated for the Young Artist Award six times during her time on Saved By The Bell and Good Morning Miss Bliss. She won the award in both 1990 and 1993 for her work on those shows.

Christina Applegate – Born 1971

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Christina Applegate was cast as Kelly Bundy in Married… With Children and her career took off from there. Aside from that, she has had roles in other movies like The Big Hit, Grand Theft Parsons, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, and The Sweetest Thing.

When it comes to health, Christina had a big scare back in 2008, when it was announced that she was battling breast cancer. She has been in remission after undergoing a double mastectomy, though in 2021, she announced that she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.


Matthew Labyorteaux – Born 1966

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While his last name is often misspelled in credits, Matthew Labyorteaux is best known for his role as a child actor on The Little House on the Prairie. He portrayed Albert Ingalls on the beloved classic show from 1978 through 1983.

Matthew is into video games and has lent his voice to several games. He finished in 10th place for Centipede at the Atari, Inc. world championships and became the US Pac-Man champion at a tournament sponsored by People.

Nicole Kidman – Born 1967

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Nicole Kidman is an actress, singer, and producer, who has received an Academy Award, two Primetime Emmy Awards, and five Golden Globe Awards. Some of her most famous roles were in The Hours, Moulin Rouge, and Big Little Lies.

Kidman engages in swimming laps in the pool and has an overall good workout routine to keep herself in tip-top shape. She stays true to a high-protein diet and enjoys eating low-cholesterol seafood regularly.

Angelyne – Born 1950

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Angelyne rose to prominence in 1984, after a series of iconic billboards featuring her popped up in and around Los Angeles. Offers to appear in TV shows, movies, and magazines started rolling in.

It took all the way until 2017 for most of the world to learn her original name, Ronia Tamar Goldberg. The fame that came with Angelyne encouraged her to stick with the name throughout her career.