These 25 Beautiful Female Celebs Over 60 Prove That Age Is Just A Number

All humans grow old. It is a biological process we all go through. As people grow old, their health declines, which in turn affects how they look. Celebrities are no exception to aging. In many cases, as celebs age, their declining appearance and health conditions mean they are less likely to earn a role. This encourages celebs to use heavy makeup or resort to plastic surgery, all for the sake of maintaining their best public appearance.
Of course, not all celebrities rely on such drastic solutions. If you follow celebs on a daily basis, you will notice many of them still look gorgeous even if they are well past their 50s. In fact, this phenomenon seems to be more prominent in female stars.
These 25 female celebrities have convinced us that you can be beautiful regardless of your age. And as we will see in these pictures, we know they were right.

#1 Blythe Danner, 76

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And this is Danner when she was 31.

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#2 Cher, 72

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The past Cher did not look too different from herself in 2022.

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#3 Christie Brinkley, 68

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This was Christie Brinkley's natural look in her 30s.

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#4 Diane Keaton, 76

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Diane's original surname was Hall, which happens to match one of her best-known characters, Annie Hall.

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#5 Emma Thompson, 63

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Emma Thompson was both a writer and an actor in the 1995 drama Sense and Sensibility. She went on to win an award for both.

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#6 Glenn Close, 75

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The 1970s marked Glenn Close's career debut, and the 1980s her breakthrough with The World According to Garp.

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#7 Helen Mirren, 77

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This is Helen at the age of 23.

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#8 Jamie Lee Curtis, 63

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Curtis debuted her career 43 years ago on Halloween (1978).

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#9 Jane Fonda, 84

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Jane Fonda, some 50 years ago, is still as stunning as ever.

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#10 Jane Seymour, 71

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1973 Bond film Live and Let Die saw Seymour portray one of Bond's girls Solitaire. This role catapulted her to international fame.

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#11 Jessica Lange, 73

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Jessica Lange played the damsel in distress in the 1976 remake of King Kong, which earned her a Golden Globe award.

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#12 Julia Louis-Dreyfus, 61

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Julia's role in Seinfeld launched her to stardom, with 11 Emmys under her belt.

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#13 Julianne Moore, 61

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Julianne Moore is a professional name. Julie Anne Smith is the actress's real name.

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#14 Madonna, 63

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Madonna moved to New York at the age of 21, where she debuted her career.

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#15 Mary Steenburgen, 69

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1980 was a successful year for Mary Steenburgen, who won an Academy Award at the age of 27.

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#16 Meryl Streep, 73

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Meryl Streep in her 30s and her very first Oscar.

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#17 Michelle Pfeiffer, 64

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Pfeiffer is considered one of the most prolific actresses of the 80s and 90s.

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#18 Olivia Newton-John, aged 73 (September 26th, 1948 - August 8th, 2022)

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The late singer was one of the best-selling music artists from the second half of the 20th century. She recently passed away from breast cancer.

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#19 Oprah Winfrey, 68

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Oprah Winfrey was the first black female news anchor in a work environment dominated by white men. She went on to produce her own TV show, called The Oprah Winfrey Show.

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#20 Sally Field, 75

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Sally Field was 19 when she received her first role.

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#21 Sigourney Weaver, 72

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Weaver found a major breakthrough in the Alien franchise, along with Avatar (2009) and its four upcoming sequels.

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#22 Sissy Spacek, 72

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For some time, Spacek worked as a model while she was shooting for an acting career. Speaking of acting, she received an Oscar nomination for her performance in Carrie (1976). That same year marked her rise to mainstream success.

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#23 Suzanne Somers, 75

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Suzanne, 33 was on the rise with her role as Chrissy Snow

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#24 Tina Turner, 82

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An energetic Tina Turner at the age of 25.

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#25 Valerie Bertinelli, 62

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Bertinelli won two Golden Globe Awards for her performance in 1975 sitcom One Day at a Time.

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