Revisiting Our Favorite Celebrities Of The Past And What They Are Up To Now


Classic comedy is not complete without the name Bob Newhart. He’s one of the top comedians not only during his time in Hollywood, but even up until now. His sphere of influence and his contributions to the industry still echoes to the hearts and minds of famous comedians in recent times. Newhart became famous thanks to his classic dry humor delivery along with comic lines. Before engaging in acting career, Newhart used to be a soldier and even participated in the Korean War.

During the 60s, Bob Newhart released an album with humorous monologues which became a phenomenal hit. His album quickly rose to number one on the Billboard charts and became one of the best selling albums of all-time. With all of his achievements and projects throughout his career, he never became a victim of bankruptcy. He entered the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 1999.


Glynis Johns was one of the main talents of her time. She is not only an actor, but also a pianist, dancer and singer. In the past, her career as an actress has achieved great success, and her influence has reached the stage. In 1960, he was recognized for her performance in the movie “Sunset” and was nominated for an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. After Olivia de Havilland’s death in 2020, she became the oldest Oscar nominee in the show business.

Later, he starred in the popular movie “Mary Poppins”. Because she appeared in several Broadway plays, her performance in the Broadway musical “Small Night Music” won worldwide recognition and won a Tony Award for her troubles. She is the only remaining Hollywood movie star from the golden age. She has a cheerful and cheerful personality, and her husky voice is unique. She has been married four times, and besides that, she almost leads a perfect life and now enjoys retirement.


Johnny Crawford is well known in the industry because of his great talents in acting and singing. He started his journey in the acting scenes as part of Disney’s Mouseketeer in The Mickey Mouse Club. A few years later, the break that he was dreaming about came into reality after getting the role of Mark McCain in the hit series The Rifleman.

At a young age of thirteen, he got nominated for Best Supporting Actor in the Emmy Award for his role in the series. He also has a relationship that we only see in movies. In 1990, Johnny Crawford reconnected with his long-time high school sweetheart. They got married five years later and they lived together. They also didn’t need any lawyer’s service since both of them seemed to be happy with their relationship.


Virginia Patton was one of the actresses from the 1940s cinema. Although she never had a long list of movie credits with her name on it, she proved herself that she can compete with the top names in the industry. Patton is widely known for her portrayal of Ruth Dakin Bailey in the 1946 Christmas drama film It’s a Wonderful Life. Patton made only four movies after “It’s a Wonderful Life”, including her first film in B-Western Black Eagle.

In 1946, she appeared in the TV series “Burning Cross”, a film about the veteran of World War II who was deeply attracted by Ku Klux Klan after returning to his hometown. She later starred in the comedy-crime movie The Lucky Stiff, which happened to be her final film appearance before she retired from acting. After working in Hollywood, she concentrated on raising her family and handling her investments, including the real estate company, The Patton Corp.


Mildred Kornman or professional known as Ricki VanDusen was a former model and actress in Hollywood. Her mother is actress Verna Kornman, she has appeared in many movies. Her father is a professional static photographer Eugene Kornman, after she became a model, he also took a lot of portraits for her. She wasn’t even a year old when she first appeared in a silent film alongside her sister in Thundering Fleas and The Fourth Alarm. Her career as a child actress continued to blossom in the next couple of years.

When she became a bit older, Kornman went on from a child actress and jumped to the fashion scene as a model in various magazines such as Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. She also tried a couple of investments before going back to pursue her passion for photography. She majored in art at the University of California, Los Angeles, and also refreshed English and Spanish. On December 30, 1943, Kornman married Norton Hinsey.


Sally Bliss or professionally known by her peers in show business as Carla Balenda is a retired film and television actress. She was one of the top options when it came to supporting casts during her acting days from the mid-40s until the 60s. After being nominated as Sally Bliss for “a few minor roles in RKO production”, she changed her name to Carla Balenda. She explained: “Sally Bliss is so cute. I’m not cute at all. The name may impress me, maybe because he is a talented person-I am not that kind.”

Balenda later hit the high side of her career after she joined the cast of The Mickey Rooney Show as Pat and as Betty Leonard in the 1950s series The Adventures of Dr. Fu Manchu. Even though her career was shorter than most would expect, there weren’t any reports stating that she got involved in any issues, especially in her finances. Probably she had good money management skills that helped her get through after she stepped out from the limelight.


Summer Magic back in 1963, which was her last project as a young maid who is called Ellen with an Irish accent before her permanent retirement to become a full-time mother and wife to her family. Former actress and singer Marcy McGuire entered the entertainment scene during her teenage years. She signed a contract with RKO Pictures and took her first role as an actress in the film Seven Days’ Leave.

She also appeared in famous films alongside famous celebrities such as Frank Sinatra in the 1944 film Higher and Higher and Seven Days Ashore with the director John H. Auer. McGuire also appeared in Career Girl, It Happened in Brooklyn and the 1948 romantic comedy flick You Gotta Stay Happy. She also had a successful private life away from Hollywood and unlike most of her peers, she never experienced hiring a divorce lawyer since she never needed one.


Gene Hackman is considered to be one of the most respected artists of his time. His legendary career in the industry lifted his credit score up for more than six decades. Along with that, he also garnered numerous awards and merits under his name including four Golden Globes, a pair of Academy Awards and BAFTAs. He also took home a Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture in his part of the 1996 comedy film The Birdcage.

Hackman and undersea archaeologist Daniel Lenihan wrote three historical novels: ” Wake of the Perdido Star ” (1999), the adventures of the sea in the 19th century; “Justice for None” (2004), a period of the Great Depression Murder story; and “Escape from Andersonville (2008)”, which involves a prison escape during the American Civil War. Hackman also has a couple of publications under his name. Overall, he never had to worry about loans since he has solid foundations and projects throughout the course of his career.


Working in show business for more than eight decades is not an easy feat especially if you are working in one of the most volatile industries out there. With that in mind, we can easily get a bigger picture of how talented and respected Christopher Plummer is. Plummer’s work has received various accolades, including Oscars, two Primetime Emmys, two Tony Awards, Golden Globes, Screen Actors Guild Awards, and British Oscar Film Awards; he is one of the few performers and the only Canadian who received the Triple Crown of Acting.

He won the Oscar for Best Supporting Actor at the age of 82, becoming the oldest person to win a performance award. Even up until today, he’s still going at it full speed and still making an impact as an actor. Just a couple of years ago, Plummer was nominated for a couple of awards for his excellent performance in the movie All the Money in the World as J. Paul Getty, the gas and oil mogul that founded the Getty Oil Company.


Helen Luella Koford was born on 7th January 1929. She is better known as Terry Moore, who is an American film and television actress. Because of her great performance in Come Back, Little Sheba, she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. Terry Moore just recently turned 91 earlier this year but she’s still not yet ready to hang the gloves. In fact, she recently appeared in a couple of movies and series in the past couple of years.

She’s considered a living legend and she’s one of the last surviving personalities from the classic Golden age of Hollywood cinema. Overall, she had a very solid career in the industry and she probably started acting way before we were born. She also earned herself a couple of awards and recognition including a nomination slot for the Academy Awards Best Supporting Actress for her role in Come Back, Little Sheba. However, she hired a couple of divorce lawyers in the past to settle her difference with her four ex-husbands.


Jackie Mason’s career is nothing short of spectacular. He’s one of the best stand-up comedians in the entire entertainment history and Comedy Central even recognized his talent and contributions to his craft and placed him at the #63 slot in their list of 100 greatest stand-up comedians of all-time. Mason got numerous awards under his name including a Special Tony Award for his 1986 show called The World According to Me. He also filled the Broadway a couple of times where he performed a number of one-man shows.

He is also the record holder for the longest stand-up comedy show in Broadway and London West End performance history. However, controversies showed up that affected his overall career status. At one point, he and his lawyers filed and faced a couple of complaints in court. Good thing he was able to bounce back from this and was able to redeem himself. In 2010, his legal drama film “Angry Man” was released in the United States and Canada.


Arlene Dahl was one of the top actresses of the 50s and 60s. She first entered the modeling industry right after she graduated from high school. She later moved to Chicago and pursued a career in modeling. After a few years, she hired a moving company and relocated to New York and earned a spot in the play Mr. Strauss Goes to Boston. Luckily, she was spotted by a couple of talent scouts that paved the way to her dreamland.

She became successful in the industry and became one of the most commercially successful actresses of her time. However, things started going south during the 80s for her and her personal life. She experienced a couple of issues financially as a direct result of a series of burglaries in her apartment. We bet she learned her lessons and she already installed a good home security system.


Eva Marie Saint enjoyed her time while she was in the spotlight for more than seven decades. Her long and studded career earned her public notoriety and established her solid credit score throughout the years. Eva Marie Saint’s acting career began on Broadway, around 1950, she gradually began to enter the field of television and film performance, then she was well-known to the public.

Saint also got a couple of awards during her successful run including an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress and a couple of nominations for a Golden Globe and BAFTA Award. That’s not the end of her long list of awards and she also secured a Primetime Emmy Award for television miniseries for her role in People Like Us. Eva Marie Saint is still active in the industry but she can retire freely anytime with her retirement plans and her smart investments.


The Golden Age of Hollywood wouldn’t be complete without the works and contributions of Janis Paige. She not only made a living in Hollywood but also established herself as one of the top actresses on-stage during her prime. For Paige, February 9, 1960 was a memorable day. That day, she received a star in the “movie” section of the Hollywood Walk of Fame. That’s a great affirmation of her

During her childhood years, she already showed early signs of good money management skills and began her amateur shows at a young age of five. After her high school days, she later sang in Hollywood Canteen until she got discovered by a talent agent coming from a big studio in Hollywood. That pretty much was the start of her successful Hollywood and acting career. She’s now enjoying private life away from the limelight.


Even younger folks out there will easily recognize the sweet and distinctive voice of the one and only Morgan Freeman. Over the course of his career, he appeared in numerous box-office hits, making him one of the most bankable actors in Hollywood. He also consistently showed his brilliant acting skills that earned him a bunch of merits including an Academy Award, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild Award and a couple of Oscar nominations.

In 2006, Morgan Freeman received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Mississippi College of Arts and Letters for his contribution to film art. In May of the same year, at the graduation ceremony of Delta State University, he received an honorary doctorate in art and literature from the school. Outside of Hollywood, he put in a lot of investments in his beekeeping venture. It serves as another income generator for the actor as well as a hobby.


Woody Harrelson is not only a great actor, he’s also a playwright during the earlier part of his career. He first made a name for himself as the bartender Woody Boyd in the hit sitcom of the 80s up until the 90s, Cheers. Because of his excellent performance and undeniable talent, he managed to get five Emmy Award nominations and won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

Harrelson also got three more Academy Award nominations for films such as The People vs. Larry Flynt, The Messenger and the drama-comedy film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. In the midst of his success, he also faced some legal issues that involved a couple of big-time lawyers. Good thing, he was able to clear his name after each incident and those things didn’t have any significant effect on his career.


Richard Chamberlain was a certified teen idol during his younger years. His good looks paired with his undeniable talent earned him a spot on the top of Hollywood rankings during the 60s up until the 80s. His breakthrough project was the medical drama, Dr. Kildare. In 1980, Chamberlain participated in many successful films, such as the 1983 mini-film “Shōgun” and “The Thorn Birds”. From 1985 to 1986, he and Sharon Stone co-starred in the action-adventure film “King Solomon’s Mines” and its sequel “King Solomon’s Mines”.

In addition, he can often be seen on the stage of stage plays. He also portrayed one of the most memorable characters in Hollywood history, Jason Bourne in the original The Bourne Identity movie in 1988. Even up until today, he’s still one of the most respected figures in Hollywood and he recently appeared in one of the episodes of Twin Peaks and Nightmare Cinema. He also never showed signs of issues financially because of his good money management.


Jacqueline Bisset made a significant push in the industry during the late 60s when she starred in a couple of hit films during that decade. Those projects instantly made her an international sensation that was pretty much the start of her long and glorious career as an actress. Bisset made an appearance in the 1968 film The Sweet Ride and managed to grab herself a nomination slot for the Golden Globe’s most promising newcomer award.

Her streak of success didn’t stop there, she later joined the crew of Day for Night, where she and her gang won the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. Even up until now, Bisset still has that “it” factor to her and still manages to land a couple of significant roles in several movies and television shows. We are not sure if she’s considering her retirement anytime soon but what we know is that she already settled everything starting from her insurance down to her retirement plans in case she wanted to step out of the limelight.


Julie Andrews is a product of West End and Broadway shows, where she began her career as a child actress. She’s so well-known during that time, she was even dubbed as “Britain’s youngest prima donna.” In the later part of her career, Andrews shifted from stage plays to mainstream media and appeared in her debut film, the 1964 classic Mary Poppins.

In the following year, she then appeared in The Sound of Music as Maria von Trapp, which earned her a couple of awards including the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. Even though she’s still in the industry up until today, we are sure she got everything covered if she decides to retire anytime. We bet that her investments and retirement plans should roll in motion in the event she decided to step away from show business.


For those who have seen the classic Addams Family, we bet all the balance in our credit cards that you guys know the character that John Astin portrayed. Yes, he played the head of the infamous Addams Family as Gomez Addams in the last couple of decades. Aside from that, he also appeared in a couple of successful films such as West Side Story, the 1962 film That Touch of Mink and National Lampoon’s European Vacation.

In 1968, Astin’s debut short comedy “Prelude” was released. His first film was nominated for an Oscar for Best Short Film Performance. Johns Hopkins University is Astin’s alma mater. He has also served as the head of the school’s Department of Dramatic Art and Research, a professor in the Homewood Department of Art, providing minor courses for undergraduates. He’s still active in the industry up until this date and hasn’t formally announced his retirement yet. However, it has been years since we last saw him in action.


Kevin Spacey is one of the biggest names in Hollywood for the last couple of decades. However, only a few fans knew how and where Spacey started his career in acting. During the earlier part of his career, he was one of the biggest stage actors during the 80s. He later jumped to the mainstream entertainment scene with a couple of supporting roles at the sides. In addition, he is also a board member of the American Film and Television Foundation.

He finally met lady luck after getting his first Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role in the 1995 film The Usual Suspects. It was later followed by his spectacular performance in American Beauty in 1999. Everything seems to be going in the right direction especially for his career until controversies caught up with him. He even hired a couple of lawyers to face certain legal issues against him.


Robert Wagner was born in Detroit, Michigan. When Wagner was 7 years old, the family moved to Los Angeles, California. He has participated in performances from a very young age. Later, when Robert Wagner was dining at a restaurant in Beverly Hills, scouts spotted him and invited him to take the lead. Therefore, he had his first movie “Happy Times” in 1950.


After spending almost seven decades in the industry, it is no wonder why the actor, singer, dancer, and comedian Dick Van Dyke is considered a legend by his peers. He first spent a couple of years on radio shows and Broadway plays and jumped to the mainstream media. He appeared in a couple of hit programs in the past such as The Dick Van Dyke Show, Bye Bye Birdie, and Mary Poppins.

He not only became a household name during his prime, but he also took numerous awards and recognition over the years that helped him establish a very solid career and credit score. He’s still active in the industry and expected to appear in the film Capture the Flag. His most recent screen appearance was probably in 2018. Dick Van Dyke played Dawes Jr. in “Mary Poppins Returns”. This role is very close to him. He previously played Dawes Jr.’s father.


Rock and Roll music wouldn’t be the same without all the contributions of Jerry Lee Lewis. He’s a well-known musician and singer-songwriter who was often called “The Killer” because of his undeniable talent in music. He is usually regarded as “the 1st great wild man of rock”. His first hit single, Whole Lotta Shakin’ Goin’ On brought him onto the international stage and worldwide recognition. He later followed it with Great Balls of Fire and Breathless.

Everything was clicking the cylinders that time up until controversies shocked his world and even almost cost him his career. He had a couple of legal issues with his marriage life and even hired a couple of divorce lawyers and faced certain charges against him just to sort out his situation. Good thing he was able to bounce back strong and established a solid track record along the way.


Mark Hamill rose to stardom thanks to his part in the legendary film franchise Star Wars. He played the role of Luke Skywalker that brought him many awards and recognitions during the course of his career. His friend Robert Englund, the man behind the character of Freddy Krueger, was mainly responsible for pushing Hamill to audition for the role after he saw the production team of Star Wars doing a search for that perfect actor that will portray one of the vital pieces of the franchise’s plot.

He’s still active in the industry, mostly as a voice actor. He is the voice of the Joker in the animated series “Batman”. In 2010, he was also dubbed “skip” in Cartoon Network’s “Regular Show”. He also served as the narrator of the documentary series “The Ancient Voice” jointly produced by the BBC and TLC. He never hired any divorce attorney and still enjoys life along with his family.


Robert Knepper portrayed one of the characters in the industry that everyone loves to hate and yes we are talking about his role in the hit series Prison Break as Theodore “T-Bag” Bagwell. He also played a role in the final run of Heroes as Samuel Sullivan. He later played significant characters in other movies and series such as iZombie, Twin Peaks, Hitman and Transporter 3.

It’s been years since we last saw the final episode of Prison Break and Heroes but up until now, people can’t still get enough of his acting and most of his peers even considered him one of the greatest villains of all time. Even though he faced several legal issues that needed an intervention from an expert lawyer, that never actually stopped him moving on top of Hollywood rankings. There are also several movies and series currently in the roadmap for Knepper and he seems like he’s not retiring from acting anytime soon.


Sir Anthony Hopkins is one of the most well-respected figures in Hollywood. He’s a top-notch actor and has a couple of films where he appeared as a director and producer. His degree from the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama didn’t go to waste and he quickly made a name for himself in London’s acting scenes. He later appeared in The Lion in Winter where he became an international sensation.

Even up until today, his role as Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon still echoes in the minds of film enthusiasts. With his superb acting skills in the film, he won the 1992 Oscar for Best Actor. In 2006, Hopkins won the Golden Globe Lifetime Achievement Award. He’s still active in the industry but we are sure all of his retirement plans including his insurance policies are all good to go.


Robert William Barker was one of the most well-known personalities back in the days and all of that points towards his work as the host of the hit television game show called The Price Is Right. He stayed there in the show for more than three decades and became of the legends when it comes to hosting game shows. Not everything went smoothly during his thirty-year tenureship on The Price Is Right.

First, he faced a couple of allegations that eventually led him to hire a lawyer to settle things out. Good thing, all of those charges were dismissed and he went on to retire peacefully from the show back in 2007. He is a champion of international animal rights and animal rights activists. He is an American animal rights activist and supports various related activities such as the Marine Sheep Protection Association.

Kristy Mcnichol — 58 YEARS OLD

Kristy McNichol conquered the small screens in the 1980s with the TV shows, “Little Darlings”, “Only When I Laugh”, and “Empty Nest”. Her great acting talent didn’t only get the people’s attention but also the award-giving bodies, winning two Emmy Awards for the TV drama “Family”. However, in 2001, McNichol announced her retirement. During her time in the business, the 58-year-old did a lot of notable projects, including the TV movie about American nurses in a World War II Japanese POW camp, “Women of Valor”.

She also had credits in two theatrical films, “You Can’t Hurry Love” and “Two Moon Junction”. She, too, was part of the iconic sitcom “The Golden Girls”. Although she left the show in 1992, she returned for its final episode in 1995. After retiring, McNichol enjoyed life to the full. She began teaching at a private school in Los Angeles and was constantly exposed to new things. Moreover, she also invested most of her time and energy in charity.


Sidney Poitier made a significant milestone in entertainment history after he won the Academy Award for Best Actor in the 1963 film Lilies of the Field. This paved the way for him to become the first African-American to win the award. That’s not the end of his glorious achievements in his acting career. Poitier also had a couple of nominations including six for the Golden Globe Award.

The American Film Institute also placed him 22nd for the Greatest Male Stars of classic Hollywood cinema. He’s not only good at acting but he’s also well-versed when it comes to proper money management as well. In fact, he served as one of the members of the board of directors for Walt Disney Company for almost a decade. He’s now retired from acting but his contributions still echo in the industry up to this day.


Dame Angela Brigid Lansbury has spent most of her life as an actor for both film, television and on-stage. After a tragic childhood where her family was almost at the border of bankruptcy, she knew that acting would be her silver lining. She was never wrong with her intuition as she started her career in Hollywood back in the mid-40s with roles for movies such as Gaslight and The Picture of Dorian Gray.

Her efforts didn’t go to waste as she immediately made an impact in the entertainment scene and earned herself a pair of Oscar nominations and a Golden Globe Award. At the later part of her career, she still continued making huge contributions with her role in the hit series Murder, She Wrote that aired from the mid-80s until the late 90s. It’s been two years since we last saw her doing films and she might be considering retirement since she pretty much achieved everything that acting has to offer.


It seems like starting from the get-go, Kim Novak was destined to become a significant figure in the industry. During her school years, she never had any issues with student loans because of her scholarships she earned at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She later became a known model for a refrigerator company, where she was dubbed Miss Deepfreeze. Novak later appeared in films such as Picnic, The Man with the Golden Arm, Pal Joey and as Madeline Elster/Judy Barton in the thriller film Vertigo.

Novak’s image was a big success at the box office, and then began starring roles including Fred McMurray, William Holden, Frank Sinatra, James Stewart, Tyrone Powell, Kirk Douglas ,Lawrence Harvey and several other famous leaders of the era. She had to retire early from Hollywood but gathered a couple of prestigious awards during her short stay in the industry. Currently at 87, she now enjoys working as a painter and visual artist.


Former beauty queen, Dawn Wells made significant projects in the past including her role as Mary Ann Summers in the classic Gilligan’s Island. Right before she got her degree in theater arts and design at the University of Washington in Seattle, she joined a beauty pageant and brought home the crown. Equipped with wits and stunning looks, she went on to compete for the 1960 Miss America crown but wasn’t included in the top listers.

After that, she went on to start her Hollywood journey and appeared in many films during the earlier part of her career. Her success continued throughout the years. However, there were reports that she’s dealing with financial issues and came almost close to the bankruptcy limit. She founded the Idaho Film and Television Academy, a non-profit educational organization. In November 2009, she participated in the Denver Foundation’s Christmas celebrity auction to help people with disabilities and disadvantaged groups raise funds.


Katharine Ross just recently turned 80 at the start of the year but her role as Elaine Robinson in the 1967 film The Graduate is still fresh in the minds of her fans. She also played Etta Place in the 1969 western movie Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, where she brought home the BAFTA Award for Best Actress. Ross also grabbed the Golden Globe Award for her part in the 1976 drama film Voyage of the Damned.

In 2016, she participated in the animated comedy series “American Dad! ” dubbing a role. We last saw her alongside Sam Elliot in the comedy-drama film The Hero back in 2017, whom she married after four failed relationships that ended up inside a lawyer’s office for a divorce. Now Ross has become a writer and has published many children’s books, which are widely loved.


Harry Belafonte just recently passed his 93rd birthday last March and that means another year added to the wonderful and successful life of the legendary actor and singer-songwriter. Over the years, he’s one of the main players when it comes to Caribbean music along with his signature “Day-O” lyric in his classic song Banana Boat. His 1956 album Calypso, brought him international fame and recognition. It also became the first million-selling LP by a single artist in history.

We last saw him on screen in Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman. With all of his contributions and fortunes throughout his career, we bet that he had good money management skills since he never showed any issues with his finances. In 2017, Belafonte released “When Colors Converge”. This is an anthology of songs composed by Belafonte’s son David. The arranger is Richard Cummings, who has worked for Belafonte music for a long time.


Most of the younger generations might not recognize who Carl Reiner is, but he’s one of the top players when it comes to entertainment back in the days. He’s an acclaimed comedian and actor, who also worked behind the scenes as a director, screenwriter for more than seven decades. Reiner is also known as the man behind The Dick Van Dyke Show, where he served as an actor, creator, producer and writer.

Over the course of his career, he managed to grab nine Emmy Awards and a Grammy Award. He also never hired any divorce lawyers in the past, unlike most of his peers in the industry. He recently returned to Hollywood and lent his voice in the animated film Toy Story 4. His assistant Judy Nagy revealed to the media that on June 29, 2020, Carl Reiner died at the age of 98 at his home in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles.


Robert Dean Stockwell is a retired film and television actor who made significant contributions to the industry for more than seven decades. He first started out as a child actor during the 40s and appeared in many films including Anchors Aweigh, The Green Years and Kim. After a few years, he managed to land the role of Edmund Tyrone in Long Day’s Journey into Night.

And he earned himself a Best Actor award coming from the Cannes Film Festival and a nomination for an Academy Award for his role in the 1988 film Married to the Mob. We last saw him in 2015 playing the role of Frank in Entertainment. He sure earned a spot to be called one of the greatest in the industry and as he built up not only his reputation but as well his credit score during his active years.


Marsha Hunt is a former model and actress in Hollywood with more than seven decades worth of projects under her belt. She’s also 102 years old and will turn 103 this coming October making her one of the oldest in this list. During her prime, she not only showcased her talent in acting, but she also showed a huge heart especially when it comes to her humanitarian works against hunger.

Hunt also was one of the biggest supporters of homeless shelters for those people who can’t afford mortgage loans and raising awareness towards climate change. And she made great contributions to the promotion of peace in third world countries. In 1983, because of Hunter’s dedication to society, she was appointed honorary mayor of Sherman Oaks, California. Despite this, she still insists on calling herself a political liberal. We last saw her on-screen in a documentary called Marsha Hunt’s Sweet Adversity back in 2014.


Lee Majors is one of those celebrities that earned a spot in the top of Hollywood rankings thanks to his hard work and dedication. He started off with small and uncredited roles in various films and television series back in the day until he managed to grab the spotlight and starred in the hit 1960s drama series The Big Valley. He later appeared in The Six Million Dollar Man as Colonel Steve Austin and Colt Seavers in the hit 80s series The Fall Guy.

He had a pretty good run in Hollywood and showed that he has a good sense when it comes to running his own investment ventures including the time where he became a part-owner of the LA Express. We recently saw Majors as a guest in the reboot of Magnum P.I. In 2003, he had a heart bypass surgery. He’ll turn 81 this April.


Most youngbloods out there might not recognize the name Vera Lynn, but during World War II, she’s one of the most popular people in the entertainment scene. She’s a singer-songwriter who also worked at some point as an actress. For those war veterans out there, we bet all our credit cards that they will instantly recognize her as “The Forces’ Sweetheart.” She earned this nickname after she played a few concerts for the troops stationed in Burma, Egypt and India.

In addition to her music career, she has also made many contributions to charity and enthusiastically participated in various activities, including compassionate veterans, caring for disabled children and breast cancer patients. During her 100th birthday, she released a compilation album of her past hits called Vera Lynn 100. The album was a success and she made history as the first centenarian performer to have an album in the charts.


Dame Joan Henrietta Collins started her journey in show business at a tender age of nine and went on to become one of the most iconic personalities in the industry. Collins is a bonafide actress, successful author, and columnist. During her stay in Hollywood, she portrayed the passionate, yet vengeful Alexis Colby in the primetime soap opera Dynasty. Her performance was so strong, always left a deep impression on the audience.

She was also one of the hated characters of all time. In fact, the TV Guide and Rolling Stone ranked her as the 7th Nastiest Villains and 27th Greatest TV Villains of All Time respectively. She’ll turn 87 this May and she’s still going strong with her career choices. She can opt for retirement any day of the week and we are sure she already settled all important things such as her insurance and her retirement plans.


If you are a solid Hollywood fan and you thought you have seen it all, well, think again. Norman Lloyd has one of the lengthiest and most fruitful careers in the entertainment scene that spans for almost nine decades. Now that’s one hell of a feat! He was one of the leading figures in many facets of the industry including film, television, radio. Lloyd even spent some time as an on-stage theater actor.

In the 1980s, Lloyd gained many young fans with Dr. Daniel Auschlander, who played one of the protagonists in the medical drama “St. Elsewhere”. With his age, we can easily spot that he already planned everything out from his insurance policies down to his retirement investment plan and currently enjoying life as a private citizen. A few years ago, he was spotted in the stands of the game 2 of the 2017 World Series. Currently, he is the oldest living actor in the world.


Keith Thibodeaux is a former child actor who rose to fame with his screen name Richard Keith. He was the child musician known as Little Ricky in hit sitcoms such as I Love Lucy and The Lucy-Desi Comedy Hour. We can easily see that at an early age, he was already exhibited top-notch money management skills on par with most of the adults. Keith also made numerous television appearances on The Andy Griffith Show during the 60s that helped his career aspirations.

In 1990, he became the executive director of his wife’s company. The tour is not only in the country, but also extended to the international stage. In 2017, the couple founded the Ballet Magnificat! Brasil dance company and started training trainees. He later joined a band called David and the Giants and released a couple of albums with them. In August 2017, celebrating the 40th year of their band.


William Martin “Clu” Gulager had made a mark in the industry thanks to his contribution as an actor and director. The height of his acting career was during the 60s, where he appeared in a couple of television series such as “The Tall Man” and as Emmett Ryker in “The Virginian”. He also appeared alongside some of the most famous stars of that era such as Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward in the 1969 film Winning and John Wayne in the action crime film McQ.

He never reported that he went into the bankruptcy limit in the past couple of decades and that goes to show how prudent he is when it comes to money. Gulager is also still acting up until this date and we think he’s not ready to hang his gloves just yet. His most recent appearance in the public should be the bookstore owner in the movie Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.


Bern Nadette Stanis is a well-respected author and actress in Hollywood, especially during the 70s. Stanis began to participate in the Miss African American pageant when he was a teenager, and has become Miss Brooklyn for several years. It was this title that made her the runner-up of the Miss New York pageant. She played the part of Thelma Ann Evans–Anderson in the hit CBS sitcom Good Times.

Stanis also appeared in a couple of shows after her project ended. Some people suggest that in the latter part of her career, she appeared in a commercial for Nationwide Insurance. Stanis also tried her luck in writing books and became successful in that regard as well. We last saw her on our screen in an episode for the sitcom Black Jesus and in the film 36 Hour Layover, both in 2015.


Toni Tennille is one of the greatest musicians of the 70s, especially during her time with her former husband Daryl Dragon, in the duo Captain & Tennille. They are the artists behind the hit song Love Will Keep Us Together. Tennille has done some music work independently from her husband, including her solo album. However, in 2014, the couple decided to hire a divorce lawyer and went their separate ways. The two remained close friends after their divorce and she was one of the few people that supported Dragon during his health-related struggles.

A couple of years ago, she released her autobiography and explained the status of her relationship with her former husband. In the summer of the same year, she conducted an autobiographical book tour and later, the book was also published on some audiobook browsing platforms. She’ll turn 80 this coming May and she might be happy with her retirement and the success she had during her prime.


Joanne Woodward has spent more than six decades of her life in the industry as an actress and also worked behind the scenes as a professional producer. Hollywood classic fanatics will easily recognize Woodward in her role in the 1950s film “The Three Faces of Eve” that paved the way for her getting the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture.

She also got numerous nominations for her past projects that cemented her legacy as one of the top actresses of her time. She never came close to getting loans and she was able to get basically all she needs when it comes to her finances. She is now enjoying life as a retiree and seemed pretty much happy with all the achievements that she was able to get during her acting years.


Jane Withers was born on April 12, 1926 in Atlanta, Georgia. Her parents were Walter Edward Withers and Lavinia Ruth, and she is the only child in the family. About two decades ago, we last heard her voice as part of the main casts of the animated film The Hunchback of Notre Dame II, where she lent her voice as Laverne. She also showed no signs of having trouble with her credit scores throughout the years.

It’s been years since we last saw Jane Withers on-screen but her legacy and contributions to the film industry still remain standing up to this date. She started off her career at a tender age of three, where she appeared as a child actress during the 30s and early 40s. She also made a stunning career as a singer but she’s strongly remembered as Josephine the Plumber in a series of ads for a household cleaning product during the 60s and 70s.


Louise comes from a Jewish family in New York. Her parents divorced when she was four years old. She is an only child and was raised by her mother Sylvia Horn Blake (1916–2011), a fashion model. She maybe 86 now, but her looks and the aura she showed in the past couple of years is still similar to a woman decade younger than her age.

For those who are not well-versed in her past works, she was one of the main characters of Gilligan’s Island, where she played her part as Ginger Grant. Louise also appeared in God’s Little Acre that started it all and where she earned a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year. We last saw her in the 2017 film Tapestry, where she played the role of Rose. We are also sure she had good money management skills since we didn’t see her faced any issues financially even if she had multiple breaks in her acting run.


Many of us may not know who Marilyn Knowlden was, but she’s actually one of the biggest child stars back in the days. She pretty much had a deep understanding of how money management works at a very young age since she started working in the industry at the tender age of four. Her film debut was in 1931 in the film Women Love Once and with just a few months after, she was able to grab a spot in The Cisco Kid and Husband’s Holiday.

She was a freelancer back in the days and one of the main reasons why her father didn’t want her to tie into a contract was her freedom as a child. Good thing her dad was an attorney who pretty much knew the ins and outs of their contracts. She released her autobiography just a couple of years ago called Little Girl in Big Pictures.


Betty White probably has one of the longest careers in show business where she worked for more than eight decades. She’s one of the prime movers of women working at both ends of film and television productions as an actress and an important person behind the scene such as a producer. In fact, she’s the very first woman to have ever produced a sitcom and she did that in the 1950s sitcom Life with Elizabeth.

She never reported any issues financially and we can safely say that it is all thanks to her excellent money management skills. We last saw her in action not as a regular actress but as a voice talent in the final installment of the Toy Story franchise. Betty has always been committed to public welfare activities to protect small animals, so she said that the royalties from the calendar sales will be donated to an animal protection organization she has always trusted, to call on everyone to love animals.


On April 14th, 934, Lolita Lynn was born in the remote mountain village Butcher Valley in eastern Kentucky. Her real name was Lolita Webb. Her father was a coal miner, and her family was poor. She ranks second among the eight children in the family. Loretta Lynn established herself as one of the most notable personalities in the American country music scene as a singer and songwriter. She had spent most of her life in her craft and achieved numerous awards and recognitions in her six-decade run.

She’s responsible for bringing us some of the most memorable tunes such as You Ain’t Woman Enough (To Take My Man), Don’t Come Home A-Drinkin’ (With Lovin’ on Your Mind) and Coal Miner’s Daughter. Lynn has built up not only a good reputation in the music industry but a solid credit score as well. During the later part of last year, Loretta Lynn was present in the Nashville release of the movie Patsy & Loretta that highlighted the kind of relationship she had with Patsy Cline.


Jamie Farr created one of the most memorable characters of the past era during his time with the hit series M*A*S*H. His jolly personality and comic antics suited him well for the role of Maxwell Q. Klinger who became well-known as the cross-dressing corporal that later got promoted to sergeant.

For those who don’t know the history behind this man, we will give you a quick tour. He first got his shot in acting in a local contest where he won two dollars during his early years. Farr was later found by talent scouts and that’s pretty much the making of one of the most notable actors at that time. He never experienced any major issues in his life unlike most of his peers that hired a couple of lawyers throughout the years when they came across legal issues.


The actor and filmmaker, Warren Beatty just recently had his 83rd birthday last March. For the younger ones out there, he’s one of the prime personalities in Hollywood, where he is part of in the last six decades. Over the course of his career, he managed to establish himself as one of the greatest in his class.

As proof, he has around fifteen Academy Awards nominations. Four of which were for the Best Actor category while the rest were for Best Picture and Best Director. He also left a mark in history as the only celebrity that had been nominated for his acting, directing, producing and writing within the same movie. He might be out of Hollywood nowadays and enjoying life and the investments he made throughout his career. However, he never made a formal retirement and he might come back with a bang anytime soon.


Julie Kavner made a name for herself as Brenda Morgenstern in Rhoda as her younger sister. She easily made a huge impact in the industry and earned herself a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series for her part in the sitcom.

For those who loved the animated show The Simpsons, we will give you a head’s up since she’s the voice behind Marge Simpson and other characters from the show including Jacqueline Bouvier and the older sister of Marge, the twins Patty and Selma Bouvier. Her sign is a hoarse voice. Even though she’s a superstar, Kavner pretty much maintained a very private life. We are not sure how she does it and we can only assume that it was because of her tight home security system installed in her house.


Robert Fuller had a successful five-decade run in the industry. He’s well remembered for his signature deep and raspy voice which made him one of the go-to guys during the height of Western-themed programs during the 60s. He appeared in movies such as The Brain from Planet Arous, Teenage Thunder and the 1960s classic Return of the Seven. After a couple of years, he managed to land the leading role for Emergency! as Dr. Kelly Brackett.

After his retirement from acting, he went on to find a new hobby and put a lot of investments in horses. His hobby became a full-pledge business, and he went on to become a rancher. Fuller’s stepfather, Robert Simpson, Jr. died in 2009. On July 29, 2013, Fuller celebrated his 80th birthday with his fans and wife while on vacation at the ranch in Libby, Montana.


Linda Hunt etched her name in record books as the first person in entertainment history to bring home an Oscar for her excellent portrayal in The Year of Living Dangerously where she played a male character. Success followed her path as she appeared in many hit films after her breakthrough role.

In the last couple of years, Hunt expanded her influence and tried her cards in video games. For those who have been playing the earlier franchise of the popular game God of War, you already heard her voice as she’s the one narrating the story. She’s still working in the industry and she’s currently part of NCIS: Los Angeles. Good thing, Hunt already settled her insurance policies right before she got involved in a car accident in 2018 that led her to miss a couple of episodes in the series.


Shirley MacLaine came from an acting family, and her younger brother is Warren Beatty, a famous Hollywood playboy. She studied ballet at the age of 2, performed on stage at the age of 4, and performed musicals on Broadway at the age of 16. Shirley MacLaine is one of the most well-decorated artists in show business history. She almost conquered all media with her excellent talents in acting for film, television and even on-stage. She’s also a well-rounded singer and dancer with solid backgrounds in writing.

MacLaine made her film debut alongside the legendary filmmaker, Alfred Hitchcock in his 1955 film The Trouble With Harry. She went on and provided her 100% effort all the time and her investments in the industry paid off, as she got multiple nominations coming from prestigious award-giving bodies and winning most of them. She’s still had several projects in the past couple of years and MacLaine might not have any plans of retiring anytime soon.


The retired actress, Betty Lynn became a household name during the 60s for her part on the hit sitcom The Andy Griffith Show. She also showed flashes of her potential during the late 40s and 50s where she appeared in many films during that era including Sitting Pretty, June Bride and the classic Cheaper by the Dozen.

Although her career was shorter compared to the rest of her peers, she managed to get the most out of it and she even got her family a real estate investment through her earnings. In 1950, Lynn bought a house in Los Angeles when her mother and grandparents moved in. Therefore, she played the role of breadwinner and caretaker off-screen. As of July last year, the former actress resides in an assisted-living facility in North Carolina. On the third Friday of every month, she will appear personally in the town and talk to fans.


Barbara Walters made significant contributions in the news and public affairs section of the industry as a well-respected journalist and author. Her journey to the top started off with her early gig as a publicist and a writer for a magazine. She later found a job opening as a writer and researcher in The Today Show. Her exceptional talent allowed her to move to the next level and became a regular cast for the show.

Within a couple of years, she made history as the first woman to lead a news program. She later appeared in The View, 20/20 and ABC Evening News up until her retirement in 2015. As of April 2020, she had an estimated net worth of around $200 million and with that kind of money, she’ll never have to worry about personal loans and such.


The actor Leonard Whiting etched his name in the hearts and minds of his viewers’ thanks to his role as Romeo in the 1968 film adaptation of the famous Romeo and Juliet. His iconic performance easily earned him a Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year. He has all the potential to become one of the best in the industry but he decided to settle on smaller productions available in theaters rather than going into the mainstream media.

In 1971, he decided to tie the knot with the model Cathee Dahmen. However, they decided to part ways and hired a couple of divorce attorneys to finalize the deal. Their relationship came to a full stop in 1977. In 2014, he and his former co-star in Romeo and Juliet, Olivia Hussey got reunited in a project for a film called Social Suicide.


Lawrence Wendell Pfohl or better yet known for his ring name Lex Luger was one of the most electrifying athletes that ever stepped in the wrestling ring. Lex Luger, a professional wrestler, is 1.93 meters tall and weighs 120 kilograms. He first appeared on the wrestler stage in 1985 and started his wrestling career. The character retired on September 18, 2006.

During his active years in wrestling, he was considered a professional wrestling phenom with a mix of both talent and charisma. His affiliation with World Championship Wrestling (WCW) and World Wrestling Federation (WWF now called WWE) earned him a couple of championships. In 1993, Pro Wrestling Illustrated listed him as the Most Popular Wrestler of the Year. In the final leg of his career, he was involved in a couple of legal charges and needed to hire a couple of lawyers for his defense. Luger placed a couple of fines for his release but spent a couple of months behind bars after failing his probationary period.


By the looks of things, there’s really nothing Clint Eastwood can’t do in his life. He’s one of the greatest actors we have seen in the last couple of decades along with his great works behind the scenes as a director and producer. Aside from his acting skills, he’s also a well-versed musician with lots of tokens under his sleeves. Not to mention his vast fortune coming from his investments such as his restaurant and hotel.

Over the course of his solid career, he was able to bring home a hand-full of awards and nominations from prestigious award-giving bodies. He’ll be turning 90 this year and he’s still not showing signs of slowing down anytime soon. Clint Eastwood is an all-round filmmaker and an original director. Men seem to have an Eastwood complex. Part of the reason is his appearance: extremely broad shoulders, calm expression, revealing a touch of heroism.


Loni Anderson may not have the longest list of television and movie credits on this list but she made a significant effort in the industry for portraying her role in WKRP in Cincinnati as the receptionist Jennifer Marlowe. Her excellent portrayal of her character allowed her to get three Golden Globe Awards and a pair of Emmy Award nominations.

However, her transition to as a mainstream actress was not that easy. During the earlier part of her career, Anderson managed to get herself in the film Nevada Smith, which was her acting debut. However, she found it hard to get another supplementary job. After that, she was almost unemployed for nearly ten years and was almost on the verge of bankruptcy because of it. She was able to bounce back from that and up until now, she’s still actively playing in several television series in recent years.


The actor Danny DeVito is one of the most prominent supporting actors in his class. He also worked behind the camera in a couple of projects as a director, producer, and screenwriter. Most of his fans will agree that he’s most famous role was his stay with Taxi as the taxi dispatcher Louie De Palma. His effort paid off and he was awarded with a Golden Globe Award and an Emmy Award for his part in the hit series.

Short stature happens to constitute an important aspect of Danny’s comedy factor. Combining it with exaggerated gestures and witty and humorous speech produces unparalleled comedy charm. We recently saw DeVito as part of the crew of the hit series It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia. He also showed a couple of smart investments moves for his real estate properties such as the purchases of his homes in Beverly Hills, California, and another compound in Malibu.


Barbara Eden’s career highlight is no doubt her role as Jeannie in the hit sitcom of the 60s I Dream of Jeannie that made her a household name during that era. She also had humble beginnings and experienced early struggles in her life.

She and her family were affected by the Great Depression of the 30s that led to many businesses closing out because of bankruptcy. With that, she was thought of a way to earn a couple of cash and because of her talent, she easily got herself in a local band and that basically was the start of her fruitful career as an entertainer. Up until today, we can still see her in a couple of television series and movies such as the 2019 film My Adventures with Santa and in an episode for the reality television show Long Island Medium.


Denise Austin is one of the most trusted individuals when it comes to fitness and health. She had a bunch of fitness shows during the 80s and 90, and up until today, her name still remains relevant in the industry. Austin has always emphasized maintaining natural health, claiming that she only exercises for about 30 minutes a day and never goes on a diet. Compared with artificial sweeteners and margarine, she prefers sugar and butter, although she does emphasize partial control, proper nutritional balance and exercise.

During the earlier part of her career, she was part of the athletic team of the University of Arizona and was part of the few students that never faced any issues with loans because of their scholarships. Austin later transferred to California State University, Long Beach, where she got her bachelor’s degree in physical education. Although she hasn’t released any workout videos in the past couple of years, she still consistently provides online content in her YouTube channel.


Rhonda Fleming was one of the most sought after actresses during the 40s and 50s, where she appeared in a bunch of top-grossing movies during that era. Because of her impact in the entertainment scene at that time, she probably made her financial advisor proud since she’s one of the most bankable actresses in her class. Fleming was even dubbed as “Queen of Technicolor,” since her beauty blends perfectly well in the medium that was present at that time.

During the 60s, she was on a semi-retired status and was only accepting a couple of roles for movies and television. She later put a lot of investments in her fight towards improving the overall health services of certain hospitals as part of her advocacy. One of her last films was Edith von Secondburg in the comedy “Nude Bomb” (1980) starring Don Adams. She also appeared in “Waiting the Wind” (1990). Fleming has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 2007, the Palme d’Or on Palm Springs’ Walk of Fame was dedicated to her.


Sophia Loren is the epitome of beauty and talent all mixed into one. She’s one of the most notable personalities during the Golden Age of Hollywood Cinema and is one of the last surviving stars of that era. During the late 50s, she appeared in a couple of movies that helped her reach the top of the entertainment ranks in films such as The Pride and the Passion, Houseboat, and It Started in Naples.

Because of her success and her undeniable beauty, her camp found out that there were a couple of altered photos of her circulating around the internet and her lawyers were tasked with tracking down the culprits and bringing down those tampered photos. At 86, she’s still working in the industry and she is expected to appear in the upcoming movie The Life Ahead.


The 95-year old Cara Williams was one of the top artists during the 50s and 60. She’s well known for playing a role in the 1958 film The Defiant Ones. Her role in the movie earned her a nomination slot for an Academy Award in the Best Supporting Actress category. Williams also appeared as Gladys Porter in the sitcom Pete and Gladys, where she got an Emmy Award nomination for Best Lead Actress in a Comedy.

In the 1970s, Williams performed less frequently. In 1971, she played a supporting role in the movie “Doctor’s Wife”. She also guest starred in three episodes of Rhoda in 1975, in the role of Mae. Her last TV appearance was in the 1977 visual series. Her last film was “One Person Jury” in 1978. She later retired from Hollywood and focused more on her real passion, home improvements. Cara Williams actually doesn’t do roof repairs but she’s more into interior designs.


Ron Perlman is a great all-around actor and voice talent in the modern Hollywood era. He first got public attention after he played the role of Vincent in the 1980s television series Beauty and the Beast. All of his investments in the movie paid off as he got rewarded with a Golden Globe. He also portrayed Hellboy in the first couple of installments of the film franchise. In the 2000s, Perlman later appeared in Sons of Anarchy as Clay Morrow.

A couple of years ago, he tweeted out a message against a certain person that has “Lil Donnie” in it. Then this was the start of the Lil Donnie meme that circulated the net even up until today. In a career spanning thirty years, Pullman has worked with many famous actors and artists, such as Marlon Brando, Sean Connery, Cameron Diaz, Brad Dourif, Ed Harris, John Hurt, Jude Law, Christina Ricci, Wesley Snipes, etc.


Christopher Lloyd started off his career in theaters during the 60s and 70s. He was one of the top personalities on-stage and he even brought home a couple of awards for his effort such as the Drama Desk and Obie awards. He Jumped into the mainstream media in the classic 1975 film One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest and later became a household name after landing the role of Jim Ignatowski in Taxi. For Back to the Future fans out there, we bet our credit cards that you’ll recognize him as Emmett “Doc” Brown, the investor of the time machine used in that film franchise.

He’s still an integral part of the entertainment scene today and he has a couple of films already in the queue. He has done extensive dubbing work, including Merlock in DuckTales, Treasure of the Lost Lamp (1990), Grigori Rasputin in Anastasia (1997), the Woodsman in the Cartoon Network miniseries Over the Garden Wall (2014), and the Hacker in PBS Kids series Cyberchase (2002–present), which won him two further Emmy nominations.


Ali MacGraw, born in Poundridge, New York, in 1938, majored in drama and art history at Wellesley University. After graduating in 1960, he worked as an assistant editor of “Vogue” magazine and became an assistant fashion photographer. In 1967, he became a well-known fashion model. In 1968, he began to develop into the film industry.

Ali MacGraw was one of those actresses that made a significant impact starting from the get-go. She first started out in her debut film A Lovely Way to Die and within a year, she quickly became not only a household name but an international sensation after she portrayed Brenda Patimkin in the 1969 film Goodbye, Columbus. She also brought home the Golden Globe Award for Most Promising Newcomer and a nomination slot for a BAFTA Award for Best Newcomer in that movie. Even though she found early success, she only made a couple of films throughout her career. But unlike most of her peers, she never really came close to going into bankruptcy.


The Swedish-American actress Ann-Margret Olsson was one of the biggest stars during the 60s and 70s. She appeared in a couple of big projects during that time including Bye Bye Birdie, Viva Las Vegas, the 1965 film The Cincinnati Kid, Carnal Knowledge, The Train Robbers, and Tommy. She also made a couple of strong pushes in her career during the 90s in Grumpy Old Men and its sequel in 1995.

Aside from acting, she also had a couple of albums with her credits. She even made a reputation for herself as the female version of Elvis Presley with her sultry, vibrant contralto tone. Nowadays, she’s currently working on a project called Welcome to Pine Grove! Ann Margaret has vine-colored red hair and soft, angular lips; the whole body looks like a dancer, and the tone is very magnetic. Her explosive performance style, wild dance and singing have earned her the title of “Female Elvis”, and her unique dress style has led a generation of popular fashion.


By the looks of things, it seems like there’s nothing Connie Stevens can’t actually do. First of all, she is a renowned actress, capable director and an experienced screenwriter. She also tried a couple of projects in the past as a producer, editor, cinematographer and the most wonderful is that she can also sing! Her most prominent project in the industry is without a doubt, her role as “Cricket” Blake in the 60s series Hawaiian Eye.

Stevens married twice in her twenties: her first husband was the actor James Stacy, who divorced from 1963 until 1966, and her second husband was 1967 Singer Eddie Fisher who divorced in 1969. She is the mother of actresses Joely Fisher and Tricia Leigh Fisher. Nowadays, she’s not that busy in the entertainment scene and she’s more focused on her investments such as her cosmetic company and her directing duties.


Mel Brooks is considered a living legend in Hollywood and all of that points towards his contribution to the industry as actor, comedian, director, writer, producer, and composer. He’s also famous for making classic funny films and parodies. He surely reached a long way now compared to his early beginnings as a writer for Your Show of Shows during the 50s.

His success carried him through the top of Hollywood rankings during the 70s. Most of his movies during that decade made it to the top-ten list of highest movie earners in a couple of years within that decade. He also established good credit scores over the course of his career. He’s currently working as an executive producer in the upcoming animated film Blazing Samurai. On the evening of June 6, 2013, the American Film Institute (AFI) held the annual lifetime achievement award ceremony. The winner of this year’s Achievement Award is Hollywood’s famous “spoof king” Mel Brooks.


Tippi Hedren is a former actress and fashion model who dominated the industry for a couple of decades. Before she ventured into acting, she was a renowned model for various magazines such as Life and Glamour. She later was discovered by the legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock and went on to work with him in a couple of movies.

Hitchcock’s investment towards Hedren paid off and the two worked on the 1963 film The Birds, where she won a Golden Globe. A year later, Hedren starred in their next project, the psychological drama film Marnie. In 2018, Tippi Hedren collaborated with Gucci for their new timepieces and jewelry lines. The beauty of Tippi Hedren was not only brought to the fullest in the era when she existed. Even now, it is still an indispensable role in the history of beauty. This perfect woman uses her ultimate beauty to paint an era in depth. Pride without losing the mark of elegance.


Over the course of his career, Dustin Hoffman mainly played characters with anti-hero personalities and emotionally vulnerable characters. He clearly played his cards well and his versatility in his acting techniques earned him numerous awards and recognition from his peers including a pair of Academy Awards, four BAFTAs and six Golden Globe Awards. Not to mention his two Emmy Awards and his AFI Life Achievement Award.

He was accused of sexual misconduct coming from six different people but he denies all allegations against him. Good thing, there’s still no need to hire a lawyer for his defense since it is still just claims and speculations against him. Even up until today, he’s considered one of the top actors in Hollywood and he has a couple of projects currently in the pipeline. Dustin Hoffman is a renowned film acting master.


She grew up in Sacramento, studied at Rio de Janeiro High School in the United States, and took a variety of courses-from scuba diving to piano-and even did some “tearoom modeling” in school. She joined the University of California, Los Angeles as a veterinarian, but because she couldn’t stand the influence of blood, she had to give up this career choice.

Barbi Benton has one of the most gorgeous faces in Hollywood back in the days. She’s well-versed in singing but she mainly worked as a model, especially for Playboy magazine where she appeared several times during her prime. Benton may not have a long list of movie credits under her name, but she appeared in a couple of flicks and television series during the 70s and some early parts of the 80s. Her Hollywood journey didn’t last long since she opted to retire early to focus on her family. They spent their family time together in their real estate investments in Aspen, Colorado and in Los Angeles.


William December Williams Jr or professionally known as Billy Dee Williams rose to prominence thanks to his part in one of the most iconic franchises in film history, the Star Wars franchise as Lando Calrissian. He first did his part during the 1980s installment and revisited his role after waiting for forty years in the 2019 Star Wars film The Rise of Skywalker. This was one of the longest intervals for playing the same role in a film franchise coming from the same actor.

During the 90s, controversies caught up with him and he was arrested after allegedly assaulting his girlfriend. He and his lawyers posted a $50,000 bail at that time and up until now, he still claims that he never slapped or abused women. That case was later dropped clearing him with all the charges against him. At the end of 2019, Williams talked about his feminine aspects in an interview and used male and female pronouns to refer to himself.


William Henry Cosby Jr or professionally known in the industry as Bill Cosby is one of the most well-known stand-up comedian, actor, musician and author in recent times. He started off his career in a nightclub in San Francisco and later starred in his own program called The Bill Cosby Show. During the 80s, he produced and launched his own show that aired for almost a decade, The Cosby Show.

Everything was going on the right track until controversies tarnished his professional reputation. It all started in 2010 when numerous women claimed that they were sexually abused by the famous comedian. He hired a couple of lawyers for his defense, but Cosby was found guilty in some of the charges. Bill Cosby became a shining example of an accomplished and respected black American in a predominantly white society. Not only won the love of blacks, but also found a friend among the overwhelming white TV audiences, all of whom have also benefited a lot from it.


The model and actress Susan Dey was one of the top celebrities in the entertainment scene during the 70s. She is well remembered for her role in The Partridge Family as Laurie Partridge, a hit sitcom that aired from 1970 until 1974. Dey also appeared in the legal series L.A. Law where she played the role of the Deputy District Attorney Grace Van Owen, where she earned a Golden Globe for Best Actress in a Drama Series Award.

She could easily be one of the brightest stars if she only stayed in Hollywood for a few more years. However, she retired early in 2004 and pretty much lived a normal life. She is a member of the board of directors of the Rape Treatment Center of the University of California, Los Angeles Medical Center, and co-starred with former Los Angeles legal co-star Corbin Bernsen about a documentary about campus rape, in the Partridge Family. Suffered from eating disorders during operation.


The 80-year old Chuck Norris is not only a popular actor, he also proved to his peers that he is a capable worker behind the scenes as a producer and screenwriter of various films in the past. Aside from working in the industry, he’s also proven his worth as a world-class martial artist and established his own martial arts discipline.

In the past couple of years, Norris is not as busy in Hollywood compared to his prime during the 80s. Norris also put a lot of investments in his charitable works including the United Fighting Arts Federation and Kickstart Kids that helps kids to stay away from vices and develop their self-esteem. In 2005, Chuck Norris became a popular Internet phenomenon because of his exaggerated performance in the soap opera “Texas Patrol”. Someone wrote a famous article ” Chuck Norris 100 most widely known Facts”, using American humor to spoof Chuck Norris’ martial arts, domineering, and sexual abilities, and publish it on the Internet.

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