Where Are Your Favorite 70’s Child Stars Now?

Advertisement

Managing to maintain a long and highly-praised career in Hollywood is no easy task.

The public can easily forget about you because of a single bad film leading many producers will stop hiring you because you “age out” of the industry.

These 13 women were huge successes in the 1970s and their careers have continued to thrive in the cutthroat world of the business we call show.

Here are 13 high-profile Hollywood actresses who have continued to rule Hollywood for decades.

13- Lynda Carter is still WONDERful

Lynda Carter

American actress Lynda Carter is best known for her role as Wonder Woman in the hit series which ran from 1975 to 1979.

Carter was also crowned Miss World American 1972.

The singer, songwriter, and actress has aged gracefully and at age 64 she still looks stunning.

12- Michael Caine is still a stylish gentleman
Michael Caine

Michael Caine is one of the most respected actors in Hollywood. His 119 film appearances included such masterpieces as The Man Who Would Be King, A Bridge Too Far, and Educating Rita. 

Caine was born on March 14, 1933, making him 83-years-old. 

Even in his eighth decade on this planet he still maintains a stylish charm that is impossible to deny.

11- Funny woman Carol Kane is still making us laugh
Carol Kane

Carol Kane was born on June 18, 1952 and this 64-year-old actress might now be at her funniest in the new hit Netflix original series, The Incredible Kimmy Schmidt.

She was phenomenal in the 1970s film Hester Street, for which she was nominated for an Academy Award. In the 1980s she appeared in the hit TV series Taxi and she recently played Madame Morrible in the music Wicked.

This multi-talented actress has been on an incredibly long hot streak.

10- Isabelle Adjani is still legendary and beautiful

Isabelle Adjani

It’s hard to believe that this beauty is 61-years-old. Adjani was born on June 27, 1955. She is a french film actress and singer who has enjoyed a very successful career.

She has appeared in such classics as One Deadly Summer, Camille Claudel, and Possession. 

Adjani proves to us that age is just a number and offers the best evidence yet that great genetics make a big difference in the aging process.

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement