Table of content    
  1. Rita Moreno
  2. Barbara Rush
  3. Sophia Loren
  4. Tippi Hedren
  5. Eva Marie Saint
  6. Barbara Eden
  7. Barbara Walters
  8. Brigitte Bardot
  9. Raquel Welch
  10. Catherine Deneuve
  11. Jane Birkin
  12. Jane Fonda
  13. Claudia Cardinale
  14. Dyan Cannon
  15. Bo Derek
  16. Gina Lollobrigida
  17. Ursula Andress
  18. Lynda Carter

See Captivating Transformations In Then-And-Now Photos Of 18 Beauties From The Past

As time gracefully dances forward, change is inevitable, and with it comes the beauty of each passing era. Growing old is a journey that deserves celebration, as it unveils a unique charm at every stage. 
In the realm of Entertainment, numerous remarkable women proudly showcase the elegance that accompanies aging, proving that every chapter of life has its own distinct allure. Despite their age, these ladies easily make us turn our heads to see their timeless beauty. They are living proof that age is just a number and women age like fine wine. 

#1. Rita Moreno

During her career spanning over 7 decades, Rita Moreno appeared in numerous films, theater ventures. With her great performances, she won tons of awards, including Emmy, a Grammy, Oscar, and Tony.

#2. Barbara Rush

Barbara Rush rose to storm throughout the 1953 science-fiction film, It Came from Outer Space, on which she received a Golden Globe Award. With her talent and dedication, she remained active in the industry for over 5 decades.

#3. Sophia Loren

The Italian actress, born in 1934, is still active on-screen. She is regarded as one of the major stars from the Golden Age of Hollywood cinema.

#4. Tippi Hedren

Many might not know that Tippi Hedren is Melanie Griffith’s mom and Dakota Johnson’s grandmother. That’s no wonder why the late generations are so beautiful. Tippi acted in many genres of films and contributed much to world cinema.

#5. Eva Marie Saint

In her long-running career, the actress won and was nominated for plenty of prestigious awards. She started her career in the late 1940s and stayed active till 2018.

#6. Barbara Eden

Barbara Eden, born in 1931, was famous for her role as Jeannie in the sitcom I Dream of Jeannie. Moreover, she is also known as a singer and producer.

#7. Barbara Walters

We are seeing one of the most famous TV personalities from the past. The remarkable woman began her career in the 1960s and became a host of numerous TV programs. She also received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007.

#8. Brigitte Bardot

Brigitte Bardot, a prominent icon, launched her show business career in the 1950s and became immensely popular. Despite retiring in 1973, she remains actively engaged as an animal rights activist, using her influence to advocate for the welfare of animals.

#9. Raquel Welch

We had to say goodbye to actress Raquel Welch in 2023. In the 1960s and 1970s, she was seen as an icon, creating a distinct movie persona.

#10. Catherine Deneuve

Catherine Deneuve, one of the greatest European actresses, is a singer, model, and producer. She gained wider recognition for her portrayal of aloof and mysterious beauties for various directors

#11. Jane Birkin

Despite her fame from romantic partnership with Serge Gainbourg, Jane Birkin was a dedicated actress acting in the Academy Award-nominated short film La femme et le TGV.

#12. Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda was born in a family deeply rooted in the world of acting, with both her father and brother having worked in the film industry. Beyond her contributions to television and theater, Fonda is renowned for her fervent activism and has a background as a former fashion model.

#13. Claudia Cardinale

Claudia Cardinale gained prominence in Italian cinema with notable roles in films such as "Rocco and His Brothers," "Girl with a Suitcase," and Federico Fellini's "8½." Her collaborations with renowned figures like Tony Curtis, Sergio Leone, Charles Bronson, and others have solidified her status as one of Italy's most celebrated actresses.

#14. Dyan Cannon

Dyan Cannon started working as an actress in 1958 and remains active till now. The talented woman is also a producer, director, and screenwriter.

#15. Bo Derek

As a popular actress, Bo Derek starred in numerous film projects with her first husband, John Derek. Born in 1956, she is active on TV.

#16. Gina Lollobrigida

When it comes to great European actresses of the 1950s and 1960s, we can not miss Gina Lollobrigida. Regarded as “the most beautiful woman in the world”, the actress conquered the hearts of millions of viewers. Sadly, she passed away on 16 Jan 2023 at the age of 95.

#17. Ursula Andress

Ursula Andress rose to fame in 1962 when she starred as a Bond girl in the movie "Dr. No." Alongside her acting career, she pursued modeling until her retirement in 2005.

#18. Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter, an American actress, singer, and winner of Miss World USA 1972, is widely recognized for her iconic portrayal of Wonder Woman in the live-action television series of the same name. Her multifaceted talents have left a lasting impact on the entertainment industry.

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