What 18 Beauties From the Past Look Like Today
Time is passing us all by, and it’s inevitable that we’ll grow old and look different. However, every age has its own beauty that we need to learn to embrace. Many ladies from the entertainment industry show that old age has its charm, and they show it proudly.
Here is a list of celebrities who are living proof that beauty is timeless.
1. Sophia Loren
The Italian actress celebrated her eighty-eighth birthday recently and is still active on-screen. She is considered to be one of the major stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood cinema.
2. Rita Moreno
With a distinguished career spanning more than 70 years in the entertainment business, Rita Moreno is known for her work in a variety of film, television, and theater ventures. Moreno also received numerous awards, such as an Emmy, a Grammy, an Oscar, and a Tony.
3. Barbara Rush
The American actress met success in the 1953 science-fiction film, It Came from Outer Space. She also won a Golden Globe Award for the role and continued to stay active in the industry for more than 50 years.
4. Eva Marie Saint
Eva Marie Saint also had a very long career and won many accolades in addition to award nominations. She began working as an actress in the late 1940s and remained active till 2018.
5. Tippi Hedren
The mother of Melanie Griffith and grandmother of Dakota Johnson, Tippi Hedren really passed on the acting gene in the family. Hedren was discovered by Alfred Hitchcock, and they worked together on 2 movies. She is still active on-screen.
6. Barbara Eden
Barbara’s starring role in the sitcom, I Dream of Jeannie (1965-1970), is one of her most famous works, but she is also well-known as a singer and producer.
7. Barbara Walters
Barbara Walters is a famous TV personality who started her career in the 1960s. She received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame along with numerous awards for her work on television.
8. Raquel Welch
Raquel Welch was an icon in the 1960s and 1970s, as she created a very distinct movie persona and broke Hollywood’s habit of portraying mostly blonde, stunning ladies during the 1950s.
9. Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda comes from a family of actors, as both her father and brother were in the film industry. In addition to working in TV and theater, Fonda is also a passionate activist and a former fashion model.
10. Claudia Cardinale
Her work in movies like Rocco and His Brothers, Girl with a Suitcase, and Fellini’s 8½ helped Claudia Cardinale establish herself as one of Italy’s most well-known actresses. She also worked with many famous names, like Tony Curtis, Sergio Leone, Charles Bronson, and others.
11. Dyan Cannon
Dyan Cannon has been been working as an actress since 1958 and is still present in the media. She is also a director, screenwriter, and producer.
12. Bo Derek
Bo Derek began her career as an actress and a model. She worked on many movies with her first husband, John Derek, and is still active on television.
13. Ursula Andress
Ursula Andress got her big break in 1962 as a Bond girl in the movie, Dr. No. She also worked as a model until she eventually retired in 2005.
14. Catherine Deneuve
In her long-running career, Catherine Deneuve has been known as one of the best European actresses. She has also been working as a singer, model, and producer.
15. Jane Birkin
Jane Birkin is a singer and an actress. She made her acting debut in the films Kaleidoscope and Blow-Up in 1966.
16. Lynda Carter
Lynda Carter is an American actress, singer, and Miss World USA 1972 winner. She is perhaps best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the live-action television series of the same name.
17. Gina Lollobrigida
Gina was a prominent European actress during the 1950s and the beginning of the ’60s. She also managed to have another successful career as a photojournalist.
18. Brigitte Bardot
Do you think that beauty standards have changed a lot in the last 70 years? Who is your favorite star from the Golden Age of Hollywood?