Golden Age Celebrities You Thought Are Long Gone But They Are Still As Alive & Kicking As In Their Golden Years
In both the film and music industries, it’s never easy knowing where all our favorite stars are at all times. Old films or evergreen songs often give a familiar ring to us but big stars of the times past still might need a picture attached to their name for us to remember. With that in mind, we love talking about celebs’ whereabouts but there are always some we miss out on and with old age – they are often thought to be dead, whereas in reality they’re just focused on their retirement planning, which – more often than not – doesn’t include red carpet appearances. Hollywood is easy to remember but quick to forget so we now decided to pull a list of our favorite senior celebs who still enjoy life at its best, even though we forgot they’re even alive. You just might be surprised.
Ali MacGraw – 79
When Goodbye, Columbus came out in 1969, all eyes were on the newcomer Ali MacGraw. She had effectively captivated audiences with her uniquely sultry look and amazing acting skills, which also earned her a Golden Globe award. Then came the film Love Story. Suddenly, MacGraw was a global superstar, winning a Golden Globe again and this time also an Oscar nomination. Although we’re not sure if she has done any retirement planning, she does seem to have stopped acting considering her last appearance was in the late ’90s.
Lynda Carter – 68
Lynda Carter is a multi-talented American actress, singer, model, and beauty icon. She entered the industry by industry by winning a beauty pageant. Then she starred as Wonder Woman in the hit series that aired from 1975 to 1979. Miss World USA of 1972 didn’t find many roles in Hollywood during her era but when Carter starred as Diana Prince, she rose to fame once again. Today, she focuses on her music career and she has launched quite a lot of albums that her fans can listen to!
Ann Margret – 78
Hollywood’s most loved & celebrated star, Ann Margret is hard to describe in just a few sentences. Ann ruled the movie industry during the 60s and 70s. Although she acted in a huge number of movies, her noteworthy performances are considered to be in the movies; Bye Bye Birdie, Viva Las Vegas, and Cincinnati Kids. Not only this, but Ann is also a singer as well as a dancer & had an electronic stage presence that totally wooed the audience. Ann is now retired and enjoys her time relaxing at her home.
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