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The Star Trek presented exciting stories that left you wanting more. It has been a while since the last episode graced TV screens when you could watch your favorite female characters. Here is a glimpse at the lives of some of the female actresses and what they are up to nowadays.
Kate Mulgrew – Then
Kate Mulgrew, a well-known member of the cast, broke the records by being the first female to be a captain. The Star Trek -Voyager had previously had male captains. She went on to appear in other episodes until it stopped being aired in 2001. She admitted to have enjoyed exceeding the stereotypes that she had known.
Kate Mulgrew – Now
Mulgrew is a well-known Star Trek cast member. She appeared in several TV shows as a guest, and in various theater productions. In 2013, she appeared as Red in “Orange is the New Black.” She has two lovely sons and a daughter who was earlier adopted before reuniting in 2001.
Rosalind Chao – Then
Rosalind Chao took a role in the Star Trek - the Next Generation. She again appeared in the Star Trek: Deep Space Nine where she acted as a botanist, Keiko O’Brien. She represented as a strong and independent woman who rose to the challenge to work on a spaceship.
Rosalind Chao – Now
Born in California, Rosalind Chia-Ling Chao possess a journalism degree from the USC. Her parents owned a pancake shop and has taken several roles in theater productions after quitting the Star Trek. Chao had a working stint in Disneyland. She is married and has two kids. She is still staying in California.
Whoopi Goldberg – Then
Whoopi joined the Star Trek - Next Generation when she was already a popular actress. She took a role as Guinan, an individual from an unfamiliar race who was an emotional adviser. She became interested in Star Trek after watching Nichelle Nichols. She called out her mother that there was a black lady on TV and she ain’t a maid.
Whoopi Goldberg – Now
Goldberg is a decorated actress, won a Grammy award and an Academy Award. She is the owner of a production company and is now on The View. This is where she discusses pertinent issues with other women in media. She is a philanthropist and was awarded numerous accords such as The Women in Film Crystal Award.
Gates McFadden – Then
Gates McFadden acted as the Beverly Crusher who was the vessel’s doctor and chief medical officer. Her role in the Star Trek - The New Generation involved guiding other cast members such as Patrick Stewart who was the captain Jean-Luc Picard. She was a strong and independent woman who stayed on the ship with her son, Westley.
Gates McFadden – Now
McFadden comes from Ohio and went to Brandeis University. She appeared in various films after the Star Trek and theater productions. Her role in Every Good Boy Deserves Favor was career-boasting that saw her mixing with ex-Star Trek cast members. She is now working at the theater department of the University of Southern California.
Majel Barrett – Roddenberry – Then
Majel Barrett is the wife of the Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry. It’s not surprising to see her appearing in all of the Star Trek series. She went as far as providing her voice in the movies of the Enterprises’ onboard computer. In the series, she acted as Betazoid.
Majel Barrett – Roddenberry – Now (deceased)
When Majel Barrett left the film and TV industry, she concentrated on voice acting. Her voice has been used in several movies such as the animated Hamlet A.D.D. Unfortunately, leukemia claimed her life when she was 76 years old. Her funeral was attended by more than 250 people including Wil Wheaton, George Takei, and Nichelle Nichols.
Terry Farrell – Then
Terry Farrell appeared as Jadzia Dax on Star Trek - Deep Space Nine. She already had a good network of friends who were cast members before taking a role. A call from the Star Trek producers found her with Marina Sirtis. She also acted as Jadzia Dax in the Mirror Universe shows.
Terry Farrell – Now
Terry Farrell was a model before venturing into television. She was heartbroken when her character was killed in Deep Space 9. She continues to attend Star Trek conventions. She remarked that Jadzia is the best role she has ever taken. She has an asteroid named after her 26734 Terry Farrell.
Grace Lee Whitney – Then
Grace Lee Whitney took the role of Yeoman Janice Rand in the Star Trek - The Original Series. Her character was removed after eight episodes. She wrote in her autobiography that she was a victim of some inappropriate behavior by some producers. When she complained, it led to her being dismissed.
Grace Lee Whitney – Now (deceased)
Grace Lee Whitney took a role in the Broadway play called Top Banana. After leaving the Star Trek - The Original Series, she later on acted in the movie version of the play. She appeared in several movies including an episode of Diagnosis: Murder together with George Takei.
Nichelle Nichols – Then
Nichelle Nichols appeared as Uhura who was the communications officer in the original Star Trek series. She played a major role in the episodes including contributing to the decision-making. The show’s creator wanted to emphasize the cultural diversity by including African-American and Caucasian characters. This is the reason her character was magnified.
Nichelle Nichols – Now
Taking a role of a black woman on a popular TV series was courageous for Nichelle Nichols. She remarked that Dr. Martin Luther King Jr was her inspiration for taking such a role. When the Star Trek: The Original Series was cut off after, Nichols got involved in several movies. She is 85 years old and lives in California.
Nana Visitor – Then
Nana Visitor acted as Kira Nerys on Star Trek - Deep Space Nine. The character started from being a rank of Major before it became a Colonel. She acted as a rebel in the Bajoran Resistance. She became a Bajoran Liaison Officer on a Starfleet vessel. She eventually went to the other universe.
Nana Visitor – Now
After the Star Trek - Deep Space Nine was terminated, Nana took several roles including the Dark Angel and Battlestar Galactica. She has two children and been married for three times. Django, her youngest son was born in 1996. She was pregnant when filming the Star Trek. This led the producers to include the pregnancy in the story.
Roxann Dawson – Then
Roxann Dawson took the role of Lieutenant B’Elanna Torres in Star Trek - Voyager. She also took a bigger role in two of the episodes of the series where she directed them. She eventually directed 10 episodes of Star Trek - Enterprise. B’Elanna was a human hybrid.
Roxann Dawson – Now
Roxann was an actress on Broadway before taking a role in Star Trek - Voyager. She later went on to become a director including The Mentalist. She has been married twice. Her first husband appeared in the Star Trek - Deep Space Nine. Her present husband is a casting director. She has two daughters, Emma and Mia.
Linda Park – Then
Linda Park came from Seoul, South Korea. She relocated with her parents to San Jose, California when she was one year old. She took the role of Ensign Hoshi Sato in Star Trek - Enterprise. Ensign started as a linguist before becoming the ship’s communications officer.
Linda Park – Now
Linda came with a big bang on the big screen by taking a role in the Jurassic Park 111. Her skills with the languages convinced the producers to give her a role as the communications officer. She can speak Korean, French, and English. She still attends the Star Trek Conventions.
Denise Crosby – Then
Denise Crosby took the role of Lieutenant Natasha “Tasha” Yar in Star Trek - The Next Generation. Her character was stopped after several episodes of the first season. However, she later appeared as Sela, Tasha’s daughter. Prior to her death, Tasha was the security officer for the USS Enterprise.
Denise Crosby – Now
Denise Crosby appeared in numerous television shows such as Baywatch, NYPD Blue, and The Walking Dead. She has been married for two times. Her first marriage was with Geoffrey Edwards who is the son of the director Blake Edwards. She then got married to Ken Sylk with whom they have a son called August.
Jolene Blalock – Then
Jolene Blalock took a role as part of Vulcan science officer T’Pol in Star Trek - Enterprise. She initially refused the role of T’Pol but accepted it after her agent showed her the script. She liked the episode of Broken Arrow and agreed to be part of the series.
Jolene Blalock – Now
After Blalock’s part in the Star Trek - Enterprise, she took other roles in Starship Troopers 3. Her career began as a model but felt that she was not an attractive or a popular child. She is married to the CEO of Live Nation and they have three children.
Chase Masterson – Then
Chase appeared as Leeta who was an inspiring beautiful woman on the Bajor. She established good friendships when acting in the Deep Space 9. She went back to the Bajor the Deep Space 9 and was involved in the second battle. She got married to Ron who eventually became the Grand Nagus of the Ferengi Alliance.
Chase Masterson – Now
Chase began her career as a soap star in the General Hospital. Her role as Leeta on Star Trek - Deep Space Nine was probably her breakthrough. After her appearance as Leeta, she is now working as a voice actress. Her voice has appeared in several animated series and films including the Starship Farragut.
Dina Meyer – Then
Dina Meyer took a role as Donatra in the Star Trek - Nemesis. She was the commanding officer of the Valdore. She conspired with her colleague, commanding officer Suran, in order to get Shinzon to the position of Praetor Romulans. She was disappointed after realizing that Shinzon wanted to destroy the earth.
Dina Meyer – Now
Dina Meyer’s appearance in the Beverly Hills and 90210 made her popular. Her role in the sci-fi films improved her credentials. This convinced the directors to give her a role in Star Trek - Nemesis. She, later on, took other roles in horror movies. She will be playing Julie in the Showtime’s The Affair.
Martha Hackett – Then
Martha Hackett took a role as Seska in the Star Trek - Voyager in 1995. Seska operated the Cardassian Union during the 24th century. She underwent genetic changes in order to overcome the Maquis on Valjean who was controlled by Chakotay. She took advantage of her ties with him to get the Maquis’ secrets.
Martha Hackett – Now
Martha had appeared in other roles prior to her acting as Seska. She took a role as TRul in Star Trek - Deep Space Nine two years before that. She appeared in a low-budget horror film called The Bye Bye Man. She has a son with her ex-husband, Tim Disney who is the Great nephew of Walt Disney.
Kirstie Alley – Then
Kirstie Alley had a lucky start to her career. She got her first acting role as Saavik on Star Trek - 11 - The Wrath of Khan. As a Vulcan Starfleet officer, she worked with the USS Enterprise and the USS Grissom. She featured in Genesis program which proved to be a failure.
Kirstie Alley – Now
After her stint with the Star Trek, she went on to get several jobs on many TV series. Her longest role was in the Cheers. She took another part after the Cheers as a leading cast member in the Veronica’s Closet. She was married twice and has two kids.
Persis Khambatta – Then
Persis Khambatta was Ilia in Star Trek - The Motion Picture in 1979. She was the Deltan Starfleet officer during the 23rd century. Her work involved navigating and later worked on the USS Enterprise. She was under Captain James T. Kirk. She had a romantic relationship with Will Decker on Delta 1V.
Persis Khambatta – Now (deceased)
Persis came from Mumbai, India and was a model and pageant queen. Before her role in Star Trek, she was Miss India in 1965. After leaving the Star Trek, she got some casts in major films. She got married and divorced two times. Sadly, she passed away from a heart attack at the age of 49 years.
Sherry Jackson – Then
Sherry Jackson played Andrea, an android built by Roger Korby in 1966 episode of Star Trek. Andrea had a simple behavior and often mimicked the behavior of others after learning them. It was determined that she had emotions when she felt confused and upset after being ordered to kiss Captain Kirk.
Sherry Jackson – Now
Sherry was a child star in the Make Room for Daddy in the 1950s. She later took more significant roles such as the Sunset Strip in 1977. She went on to retire in 1980 after appearing in the movie Casino. She is now single and lives a private life.
Yvonne Craig – Then
Yvonne Craig was a cast member of the Star Trek series and acted as Marta. Marta was an inmate at the Federation Asylum on Elba 11. When Garth captured James T. Kirk, he put them alone in a room so that Marta could seduce him. Garth eventually put Marta on the planet’s toxic place that killed her.
Yvonne Craig – Now (deceased)
Yvonne Craig was a ballet dancer before her acting career. Her recent role was in 2009 when her voice was used in Grandma on Nick Jr,’s Olivia. She was still married to her second husband before her demise in 2015. She had breast cancer and died aged 78 years old.
Victoria Vetri – Then
Victoria Vetri is also known by other names Angela Dorian, and Victoria Rathgeb. She acted as Isis in the second season of Star Trek. She helped Gary Seven from his secret area to earth when he was on a mission in the 20th century. She could speak with Seven when in cat form.
Victoria Vetri – Now
She also took a horror role in the 1960s, the Rosemary’s Baby. She took various roles in the 1970s including When Dinosaurs Ruled the Earth. In 1968, she was voted Playmate of the Year. Unfortunately, she was found guilty of shooting her husband, Bruce Rathgeb and is serving 9 years jail term.
Beth Toussaint – Then
Beth Toussaint was a cast member of the Star Trek - The Next Generation and acted as Ishara Yar. She grew on the Turkana 1V and her parents were killed after she was born. She and her sister were taken care of by several people before being abandoned.
Beth Toussaint – Now
Beth appeared on Dallas as Tracey Lawton before she took a role on Star Trek. Her next role was on the WB soap Savanna as Veronica. She went on to take several roles before landing acting in the Young and Restless in 2006. She is now retired. She is married to Jack Coleman and has one kid.
Sally Kellerman – Then
Sally Kellerman played Dr. Elizabeth Dehner, human Starfleet officer, in the first season of Star Trek. She was in the Science department on the USS Enterprise. After crossing the Galactic Barrier, Dehner ‘s outlook was transformed. Captain Kirk isolated her on Delta Vega where she was killed.
Sally Kellerman – Now
Sally Kellerman appeared on various TV shows before getting a role in the Star Trek. She is known for her role in Mash movie as Maj. Margaret “Hot Lips” O’Houlihan. Although now 80 years old, she has appeared in many movies. She acted recently in the Adult Swim series Decker.
Zoe Saldana – Then
Zoe Saldana took the role as Uhura in latest Star Trek film which used to be played by Nichelle Nichols. She was skeptical of getting such a big role. She feared to let down the Trekkies with her performance. However, she has appeared in all three latest Trek films.
Zoe Saldana – Now
Zoe Saldana is a known actress and took a major role in Star Trek. She took the role of Gamora who is a strong and independent woman in Guardians of the Galaxy films. She acted as Neytiri in Avatar. Zoe is married to Marco Perego and they have three kids.
Ashley Judd – Then
Ashley Judd had no prior acting experience before getting playing as Robin Lefler on Star Trek - The Next Generation. She started with a two-episode in 1991 and that boosted her career. Robin was a human Starfleet officer and engineer in the 24th century. She was posted to the USS Enterprise -D.
Ashley Judd – Now
Ashley Judd got herself on the NBC’s sisters after her appearance on Star Trek. She took a role as Natalie in Divergent and is now acting as Beverly Paige in the Twin Peaks series. She will be BB Yates in the Epix show Berlin Station.
Noa Tishby – Then
Noa Tishby played Amanda in the Star Trek - Enterprise who was a soldier during the 22nd century. She grew up with Commander Charles Tucker 111 and came from Florida. She developed romantic feelings towards him but he was hesitant because he was interested in TPol.
Noa Tishby – Now
Noa Tishby was well known in her home country, Israel, before taking small roles in the United States. Her major breakthrough was in Star Trek and this catapulted her to be recognized. She went on and appeared on several TV series. She is now a mother of a two years old baby.
Barbara Bouchet – Then
Barbara Bouchet was born in Sudetenland after surrendering to Germany in 1938. She later stayed in a house that was for the United States displaced people. She then relocated to America and started modeling. She later started acting and got a role in Star Trek - The Original Series as Kelinda.
Barbara Bouchet – Now
Barbara Bouchet appeared as one of the James Bond women, in her role as Miss. Moneypenny, Casino Royale. She once posed in Playboy and moved to Italy to feature in a movie, Black Belly of the Tarantula. She married an Italian film producer and divorced after 32 years.
Kathie Browne – Then
Kathie Browne was born in California and started her career on the radio show Big Town. She eventually took several roles such as The Gray Ghost, Perry Mason, and Gunsmoke. She appeared on Star Trek - The Original series as Deela which was in the third season.
Kathie Browne – Now (Deceased)
Kathie Browne had a successful career and went on to appear on numerous TV shows including The Night Stalker. She, in fact, met her husband, actor Darren McGavin, while filming the Night Stalker. They remained married for 34 years until Browne passed on in 2004 due to natural causes.
Venita Wolf – Then
Venita Wolf started her career as a model and beauty pageant contestant. In 1962 she won the May Festival in the Orange town, California. She went on to pose for Playboy. She appeared in Star Trek - The Original Series where she acted as Yeoman Teresa Ross in its first season.
Venita Wolf (Deceased) – Now
Venita took other roles in the 1960s including the Beverly Hillbillies. When she got married to Lawrence “Skip” Taylor Tatman 111 in 1968, she gave up acting. Taylor managed a nightclub and a band named Canned Heat. They had a daughter and son before divorcing in 1972. Venita passed away in 2014 from multiple myeloma.
Celeste Yarnall – Then
Celeste Yarnall like others started her career as a model. She was once got voted as Miss Rheingold of Rheingold beer in 1964. She then attempted cinema and TV where she played with Elvis Presley in Live a Little, Love a Little. She took a role as Yeoman Martha Landon in Star Wars: Original Series episode named Apple.
Celeste Yarnall – Now
Celeste Yarnall appeared in various other shows such as Land of the Giants. She got married to a painting artist called Nazim Artist. She stopped acting and got a Ph.D. in nutrition. She is now an assistant professor at Pacific Western University. She has written books focused on holistic care for dogs and cats.
Sabrina Scharf – Then
Sabrina Scharf originated from an Ohio small town in Midwestern. In 1962 and 1963, she posed in a series of Playboy. She later got a cast in the movie Easy Rider. She later got a role in the Star Trek and appeared as Miramanee in the show’s third season.
Sabrina Scharf – Now
After her role in the Star Trek - The Original Series, she went on with her acting career. She eventually stopped her acting job in 1970 after marrying Bob Schiller, the writer. She started campaigning against pollution in California. She even attempted to run for the California State Senate but was not successful. She is now a practicing attorney.
Nancy Kovack – Then
Nancy Kovack came from Flint in Michigan. She went to University of Michigan at the age of 15 and got a degree when she was 19 years. She eventually went into modeling and acting. She was a cast member on Star Trek - The Original Series where she took a role as Nona.
Nancy Kovack – Now
Nancy Kovack appeared in several TV series including Hawaii Five - 0. She hosted the well-known game show Beat the Clock. She later got some significant roles in the movies and acted in movies such as the Three Stooges. She is married to Zubin Mehta, the Music Director of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra.
Marj Dusay – Then
Marj Dusay played as a waitress in the movie Clambake where Elvis Presley also took a role. After appearing in numerous TV roles, she appeared in Star Trek - The Original Series episode Spock’s Brain. She acted as Kara and only acted in one episode.
Marj Dusay – Now
Marj Dusay went on to appear in other soap operas including the Capitol. She was a cast member of the Days of Our Lives before taking a role in the All My Children. She got nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award for her role in Guiding Light.
Jill Ireland - Then
Jill Ireland was a British actress whose father was a British wine importer. Her acting career started in the mid-1950s when she appeared in the Simon and Laura. She was a cast member of the Star Trek - The Original Series where she played Leila Kalomi. She, later on, appeared in the Great Escape.
Jill Ireland (Deceased) – Now
Jill Ireland met her husband Charles Bronson while filming The Great Escape. They got married in 1968 until her death in 1990. They had two daughters Zuleika and an adopted one named Katrina. She died of breast cancer and was the spokeswoman for the American Cancer Society prior to her death.
Sharon Acker – Then
Sharon Acker came from Toronto, Canada and first appeared in the TV movie Anne of Green Gables. She then went back to Canada to play in a TV series of Macbeth alongside Sean Connery. She got a role in the Star Trek -The Original Series as Odona in the third season.
Sharon Acker – Now
Sharon Acker has since then appeared in several TV shows including The Young and the Restless and The Incredible Hulk. She got married twice and recently, she is with Peter J. Elkington. She has two daughters, Kristen and Gillian from her first husband, Austin R. Macdonald.
Susan Denberg – Then
Susan Denberg was born in Bad Polzin. The place was then part of Germany but now belongs to Poland. She grew up in Austria before moving to the United States. She posed for the Playboy in August 1966. She was cast in Star Trek as Magda Kovacs in the sixth season.
Susan Denberg – Now
When she left Star Trek, Susan Denberg was cast in Frankenstein movie. She met the Yugoslavian Anthony Scotti and got married. They are still married and have two lovely kids together. They stay in Vienna, Austria and she uses her birth name Dietlinde and Anthony’s last name.
Michelle Forbes – Then
Michelle Forbes acted as Ro Laren during the 5th and 7th season of Star Trek - The Next Generation. Ro belonged to the Bajoran group who worked on the Starfleet on the USS Enterprise -D. The character went through a lot of challenges including the horrific death of her father when she was a child.
Michelle Forbes – Now
The Star Trek was a career-boosting opportunity for Michelle. She left the series in 1994 to star as Dr. Julianna Cox in the Homicide - Life on the Street and Lynne series. She also got roles including Battlestar Galactica and Prison Break. She is now on Epix series Berlin Station acting as Valerie.
Teri Hatcher – Then
Teri Hatcher was cast as B.G. Robinson that worked as a Starfleet officer. Her role was very small and her appearance went unrecognized. B.G. Robinson ensured that the people on board were beamed and possessed no weapons. Despite getting a small role in the Star Trek her future roles were something different.
Teri Hatcher – Now
Teri Hatcher was a cheerleader in the NFL prior to her acting career. She started with getting small roles on TV. Her significant role was in Lois Lane on Lois & Clark - The New Adventures of Superman. Her popular role came in 2004 when she played Susan Mayer on Desperate Housewives.
Diana Muldaur – Then
If there is one of the actresses who played several roles on Star Trek, it’s Diana Muldaur. The roles include Anne Mulhall who portrayed a 23rd-century Starfleet lieutenant. She suspected the non-corporals of trying to steal the crew’s bodies. She also acted as a blind Miranda Jones who had telepathic skills.
Diana Muldaur – Now
Diana Muldaur has been nominated for three times in the Emmy for her role as Rosalind Shays on LA Law. She has appeared on several TV shows including A Year in the Life. Her voice was used on Batman for Dr. Leslie Thompkins. She is 79 years old and retired.
Marina Sirtis – Then
Marina Sirtis was cast as Deanna Troi on the New Generation revival of Star Trek. Troi was the counselor and the role was applauded by the critics. She was an adviser to the captain and captured the center of the story-line. It touched on many kinds of human emotions.
Marina Sirtis – Now
Marina Sirtis is of Greece and British nationality. She stayed with the Star Trek branch after Next Generation was discontinued. She appeared in several series such as Sirtis Frequents “trekkie.” She is infatuated with animals welfare and supports Tottenham English Football team. She even got herself tattooed with the team’s logo on her back.
Jeri Ryan – Then
Jeri Ryan was a cast member in Star Trek - Voyager. She acted as Seven of Nine, a human who was captured by Borg Collective. Her role focused on women issues and Mulgrew helped her deal with her Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. A lot of fans adored her role and this brought fame to herself.
Jeri Ryan – Now
Jeri Ryan became successful when the Voyager was discontinued in 2001. She took a role in the Boston Public and is now on Bosche. Ryan married Jack Ryan of the Republic party. They divorced in 1999. She later married Christophe Eme in 2007 in France, a chef and have two children.
Other actors: Tippi Hedren – 88 years old
When she was just 20 years old, Tippi started modeling and doing different kinds of commercials and photoshoots. Even though she didn’t become a superstar right away, her persistence paid off. At a cocktail party, she met Alfred Hitchcock and we got to see her in one of the most legendary horror movies of all time shortly after. The Birds is still a classic piece. Even though she is 88, Tippi is still in the limelight. Most recently, she became the official face of Gucci’s 2018 watches. Not too shabby!
Kirk Douglas – 101 years old
What a life this man has had! During the Golden Age of Hollywood, he managed to propel himself to superstardom with an unparalleled work ethic and commitment to his craft. He came from nothing and managed to build a movie empire for himself. His son, Michael, is also a movie legend in his own right, so we guess talent does indeed run in the family. Although he’s enjoying his retirement, Douglas appeared at this year’s Golden Globes to present the Best Screenplay award. It was his lone public appearance in the last few years.
Eva Marie Saint – 94 years old
Who could have guessed that this young and timid girl would have a 70-year-long career? Well, there were signs of it, but nobody could have guessed that things would play out the way they did. Her most famous roles are in North by Northwest, an iconic thriller for the ages, and On the Waterfront, which is still ranked among the best movies of all time. Even though her house is full of awards spanning the course of 70 years, she’s still acting. Her most recent roles were in Superman Returns and Winter’s Tale.
David Attenborough – 92 years old
Through years of hosting documentaries, David became the iconic voice of all nature shows in the English-speaking world. With a soothing tone and unique demeanor, he allowed many people to learn over his five decades of work. He went through it all, from black and white ‘60s television to today’s 4K documentaries. Even at 92, he is still traveling the world, hosting nature documentaries and reporting about wildlife. Without him, many people wouldn’t have taken an interest in biology and nature. A true legend can’t be slowed down by age.
Dick Van Dyke – 92 years old
Dick had the luck of beginning his career on the show that was named after him. That performance alone allowed people to see what kind of comedic genius he is. From that point onward, he went on a rampage and appeared in a myriad of musicals and movies. Bye Bye Birdie, Mary Poppins and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang are just some of his most famous works. In recent years, he appeared in the installments of the Night at the Museum franchise, and it’s not looking like he wants to slow down.
Beverly Cleary – 102 years old
If your parents read you stories when you were young, chances are Beverly wrote most of them. She is one of the most famous authors of children’s books in the world. Her stories and novels have sold more than 91 million copies. After her husband passed away in 2004, Beverly lived on her own before deciding to move to a retirement home in 2016. She no longer writes but is always happy to give interviews and respond to letters and messages from fans.
Sean Connery – 87 years old
Out of all the actors who have played James Bond, Sean towers above everyone with his charisma, macho style and demeanor. For the first seven movies, Connery went on to redefine the starring role in thrillers, influencing countless other cinematographic acts along the years. After he left the franchise, he went on to act in The Untouchables, The Hunt for Red October and even an Indiana Jones installment. A knight of the British Empire, Sean stepped away from acting in 2007 and is enjoying his retirement. A well-deserved one, we might add.
Loretta Lynn – 86 years old
Loretta Lynn has had one of the most illustrious careers of any musician ever to hit the Hollywood scene. Her music career was cast into the limelight when she released her first single, "I'm A Honky Tonk Girl," just a year after her father died of black lung disease. Since then, she has been awarded several accolades for her important role in country music. In all, she has sold about 50 million albums worldwide. She is still recognized as one of the trailblazing women of the music industry as she continues to tour to this day.
Cloris Leachman – 92 years old
Cloris Leachman started out her career in the 1946 Miss Chicago competition, moving on to the Miss America competition and placing 16th. She was then recognized by directors as a potential addition to various film sets and has acted in Young Frankenstein and played a recurring role on The Facts of Life. At 92, she still continues to bless Hollywood with her TV appearances, acting in 2018 film I Can Only Imagine. She is also set to appear in the 2019 release of When We Last Spoke.
Vera Lynn – 101 years old
Vera Lynn’s popularity peaked during and after the Second World War when she toured all over the world to raise awareness of what was going on. Even after the war ended, she remained insanely popular, topping U.S. and UK charts with singles like “I Love This Land.” Even more recently, she became the oldest living artist to have a chart-topping song on the UK albums chart with a compilation album in 2009 at the age of 92. Amazingly, she released another album in 2017 when she turned 100 that made it to No. 3 on the UK charts.
Ed Asner – 88 years old
Ed Asner is best known for his role on The Mary Tyler Moore Show and the spinoff series Lou Grant, on which he played the titular character. He is one of the few actors to have had a leading role in both a drama and comedy series featuring the same character. His work spans multiple decades, including early-2000s films like Elf and the 2014 remake. He is the most honored male performer since the inception of the Emmys, having won a record seven Primetime Emmy Awards. His latest roles are in films slated for release in late 2018 (The Gettysburg Address and The Garden Left Behind).
Norman Lloyd – 103 years old
Norman Lloyd has been working as an actor and producer in Hollywood for the last 80 years running. Think of any facet of the industry, and he’s worked in it — radio, television, theater and film. As broad as his line of work has been, he stands as the oldest living actor in Hollywood today. He started off his career in theater, working with influential groups like the Federal Theatre Project, Group Theatre and Mercury Theatre. This would lead to him cross paths with Alfred Hitchcock, who facilitated his first television role in Saboteur.
Doris Day – 96 years old
Doris Day is an incredibly popular actor and singer who recorded several chart-topping hits that led to her stardom in the early ‘50s to late ‘60s. As recently as 2012, she has also been ranked among the top performers at the box office, coming in sixth. A year earlier, she had released a new album (her 29th), which went on to hit the UK Top Ten charts. Aside from that, some of her prominent acting roles (on The Ballad of Josie and Caprice) have earned her an Academy Award nomination and a DeMille Award among other accolades.
Queen Elizabeth II – 92 years old
Queen Elizabeth II is by far the longest-ruling monarch in the world and still looks to be going strong at the age of 92. She has been around so long that she has seen the last 12 U.S. presidents come into the office and leave — she met with Hoover in 1957, 20 years after he left office. Although she has halted all her foreign travels due to health complications for a while now, she still attends all major events hosted in the country. She’s a revered figure in the British space and doesn’t look to be stepping down any time soon.
Carol Channing – 97 years old
The role that got Carol Channing in the limelight was her 1949 performance in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. Since then, she has gone on to play several roles on Broadway and in several Hollywood films. Aside from her brilliant acting, she is also widely known for her incredibly wide smile and a naturally raspy voice that help her portray very expressive characters on stage. All these together have led her to win a Tony and Golden Globe Award. Her latest appearances on TV have been on RuPaul’s Drag Race in 2016 and Carol Channing: Larger Than Life, a documentary about her, in 2011.
Kim Novak – 85 years old
Kim Novak is the critically acclaimed actress behind a string of movies like Picnic and The Man with the Golden Arm. Over the years, she’s taken over iconic roles such as Polly the Pistol in Kiss Me, Stupid and Gloria Joyce in The Girl on the Left. However, she’ll likely be remembered eternally for her performance alongside James Stewart as Madeline Elster in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo. Despite having worked with stars like Frank Sinatra and Kirk Douglas, she withdrew from acting at the peak of her career in 1966 and has only appeared in a few films since.
Betty White – 96 years old
Betty White is one of the most iconic comedians ever and widely regarded as one of the greatest comedians and actresses in the world. She’s no stranger to controversy — with wildly raucous jokes about sex at a time when it was greatly looked down upon and, of course, jokes about her own age. During the Emmys, she bragged about being “the first woman on television.” And yes, she’s that old. Jokes aside, she actually is the first woman ever to produce her own show (Life with Elizabeth). Some of her award-winning shows include The Mary Tyler Moore Show and Golden Girls.
Mel Brooks – 92 years old
For a long time, his name was synonymous with all of Hollywood because he was the brains behind films like The Producers, The Twelve Chairs and Young Frankenstein. In the ‘70s, he was the most successful film director, with every one of his movies breaking box office records. During the later parts of his career, he has remained in the spotlight for authoring the World War Z book, which was later adapted into a movie starring Brad Pitt. Three of his films are ranked among the best comedies of all time by the American Film Institute.
June Lockhart – 93 years old
For those alive in the ‘50s and ‘60s, there was a time when at least one television station was playing one of June Lockhart’s films at any given moment. Not just because she was prolific but also thanks to the kind of fanfare she enjoyed for films like Son of Lassie and Bury Me Dead. Her most well-known role is as Ruth Martin on Lassie, a part she retained for all 200 episodes of its airing. The role earned her an Emmy Award. She is also one of the few people with two stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Carl Reiner – 96 years old
With a career spanning over seven decades, Carl Reiner stands as one of the longest-running comedians of all time. He hit the peak of his career in the early to late ‘50s, co-writing and starring alongside Sid Caesar in Your Show of Shows and Caesar’s Hour. However, his most memorable contributions are as the creator of the hit show The Dick Van Dyke Show and the co-writer of several movies alongside Steve Martin. The most easily recognizable of these is The Jerk. He has also starred on TV as recently as 2018 on Duck Duck Goose and appeared in 2007’s World War Z.
Marsha Hunt – 100 years old
The 1940s and ‘50s were a weird time in America for a whole number of reasons, chief of which were the political blacklists of the mid-20th century. During this time, politicians had all manner of reasons to deny people work, including supposed Communist Party sympathy or alliance. Among the Hollywood actors who were put on the blacklist was Marsha Hunt — despite her wild popularity during the time. She spent most of the time struggling to find work, and with the little that she did, she will forever be remembered. These include movies such as No Place to Hide, Bombers B-52 and Legend of the Lost.
Jackie Mason – 87 years old
Jackie Mason is considered by many to be one of the funniest people alive — or to have ever lived. Comedy Central ranks him No. 63 on the list of greatest stand-up comedians ever, and a lot of other outlets seem to agree. He won a special Tony Award for his 1986 performance in The World According to Me and later an Emmy for his 1988 routine Jackie Mason on Broadway. What makes him so special is the kind of delivery he has for his jokes and the subtle innuendos he slips in that need a second listen to really appreciate. He’s never been afraid of being politically incorrect.
Marge Champion – 98 years old
Marge Champion is best known for being one of the earliest dancers to work with Walt Disney in the production of their animations. She was hired by the studio to model for Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, using her movements to make Snow White’s dancing more realistic. She was later hired to work on the Pinocchio film and modeled for the Dancing Hippo in Fantasia. In the process, she met her first husband, Art Babbitt (one of the best Disney animators at the time and the creator of the character Goofy), but they divorced after five years.
Sidney Poitier – 91 years old
Poitier is best known for being the first black actor to win an Academy Award and Golden Globe Award too. At the height of his career, he took part in films that widely addressed issues regarding race and tensions relating to black people’s treatment in America at the time. These include To Sir, with Love and Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. The success of these films made him the highest-paid actor in Hollywood for the year. For these and more accomplishments, he was ranked 22nd on the list of greatest male stars of all time by the American Film Institute.
Gloria Henry – 95 years old
Gloria Henry’s early career was mostly uneventful. She was signed by an agent and made her debut with the lead role in Sport of Kings, a minor film about horse racing. She later hit it big with movies in the romantic comedy genre, starring alongside Lucille Ball in Miss Grant Takes Richmond and later Marlene Dietrich in Rancho Notorious. The ‘50s saw her star in films like My Little Margie and she had a recurring role on The Files of Jeffrey Jones. Since the late ‘90s, she has mostly retired from television, except a brief guest appearance on Parks and Recreation in 2012.
Robert Clary – 92 years old
The youngest of 14 children during the WWII, Clary was imprisoned with his family at a concentration camp, where he used to sing for the other prisoners on Sundays. His professional career began after he was liberated from the camp and became a very popular singer both within France and the U.S. His first hit single was released in 1948 and he made his first American appearance in a stand-up routine rather than releasing music two years later. His career also involved appearances in a lot of musicals and starring next to Paul Henreid in The Thief of Damascus in 1958.
Diana Serra Cary – 99 years old
Popularly known as Baby Peggy, Diana Serra is a famous former child actress. She was one of the three major child stars of the Hollywood Silent Movie Era, alongside Jackie Coogan and Baby Marie. Of the three, she is the only surviving film star. She starred in over 150 short films in a two-year period in the early 1920s, for which she received millions of letters in fan mail and a whopping .5 million annual paycheck. She was thus dubbed ‘The Million Dollar Baby.’ By the 1930s, however, she had mostly retired from acting and became a silent film historian and novelist.
John Astin – 88 years old
Most people today will remember John Astin as the face behind Gomez Addams in The Addams Family, a role he retained throughout his career. Later movie roles include appearances in Halloween with the New Addams Family and the animated series of the same name. Aside from that, he has also had quite a successful career directing movies such as West Side Story, Move Over Darling and Freaky Friday. For all his contributions to the film industry, he was nominated for an Academy Award in 1968.
Caren Marsh Doll – 99 years old
Caren Marsh Doll is a dancer and actress whose best-known role was alongside Ambrose Schindler — they are the only two known surviving performers to have worked on The Wizard of Oz. On the set of the film, she was Judy Garland’s stand-in during the dance scenes. Her career in Hollywood hasn’t been prolific, owing to the fact that she’s a dancer before she is an actress. However, some of her more prominent roles include Ziegfeld Girl, appearing as an extra in Gone with the Wind and That Night in Rio.
Hal Holbrook – 93 years old
Hal Holbrook’s fame is largely thanks to his stage performance as Mark Twain in 1954, for which he received critical acclaim. His film debut came in The Group, on which he worked together with Sidney Lumet. However, we all remember him and perhaps came to know him better on the set of All the President's Men, on which he took on the role of Deep Throat. He appeared in 2015’s Blackway and on episodes of Hawaii Five-O, Grey's Anatomy and Bones in 2017.
Janis Paige – 95 years old
Janis Paige launched her career in high school when she was spotted by a Warner Bros. agent who saw potential in her and signed her to a contract. She started out with low-budget musicals, working together with stars like Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan before starring alongside Doris Day in High Seas. A few years later, she quit Hollywood and moved on to Broadway. Stardom came to her in 1954 in the Broadway musical The Pajama Game, which saw her featured on the cover of Esquire magazine.
Bob Barker – 94 years old
Bob Barker hosted every single episode of The Price is Right since its inception in 1972 to 2007, making it the longest-running daytime game show in American history. Before that, many will recognize him as the face behind Truth or Consequences from 1956 to 1974. During the Second World War, Barker worked for a radio station before leaving college to pursue a career in broadcasting. He was given his own show (The Bob Barker Show) and went on to host a multitude of game shows and fashion pageants in his career.
Norma Miller – 98 years old
The story goes that when she was 12 years old, she was approached by one of the greatest dancers at the time (Twist Mouth George) while she herself was dancing outside the Savoy. He asked her to dance with him at the Savoy, which led to her entering the Savoy Lindy Hop contest together with her friends. They won. The dance master at the Savoy noticed them and asked them to join his group, Whitey’s Lindy Hoppers. She started working with them at age 15 and went on to win several awards and contests with the group.
Stan Lee – 95 years old
A name instantly recognizable to anyone who has ever picked up a comic, Stan Lee worked as the editor in chief of Marvel Comics early in his career. During that time, he, Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko created characters like Hulk, Doctor Strange, Daredevil, Black Panther and Spider-Man, among many others. He is widely considered to be responsible for turning Marvel around from a small comic publishing house to a multi-billion-dollar corporation. At 95, he is still making cameos in films like Deadpool and Daredevil.
Bob Newhart – 89 years old
When first listening to Bob Newhart, one might be surprised that a person with a speech impairment could possibly do any stand-up routines. Despite his deadpan delivery, he remains one of the most hilarious people to ever walk the earth. He came to prominence in 1960 thanks to the release of one of his albums that consisted mostly of comedic monologues. It reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts and remains, to this day, one of the 20 best-selling albums of all time. With the release of his next album, he became one of the few people to ever simultaneously have albums in the top two spots on the Billboard charts.
Angela Lansbury – 92 years old
Angela Lansbury joined Hollywood to much fanfare in 1942, starring in The Picture of Dorian Gray, which earned her two Oscar nominations and a Golden Globe Award. In total, she starred in 11 films for MGM, but these were mostly secondary roles. Her most memorable film during that period was The Manchurian Candidate, and it is thought by critics to be her finest performance to date. In total, she earned five Tonys, six Golden Globes, an Honorary Oscar and an Olivier Award, as well as nominations that would need a whole Wikipedia entry to detail.
Tony Bennett – 92 years old
Born to an Italian-American family, Tony Bennett is as diverse in his heritage as he is talented. He is best known for being one of the pioneering traditional pop and jazz artists with top hits like “Rags to Riches” and “I Left My Heart in San Francisco.” However, he is also a pretty decent painter, with pieces created under his birth name (Anthony Benedetto) on display in several public and private institutions. With the increasing popularity of rock music, his career took a sudden downturn, but he made a dramatic comeback with gold albums in the late ‘80s and ‘90s.
Olivia De Havilland – 102 years old
Olivia Mary de Havilland currently stands as one of the last surviving actresses from Hollywood’s Golden Age. The height of her career spanned from the mid-‘30s to the late ‘80s. During that time, she appeared in a total of 49 feature films and is regarded as one of the greatest stars from Hollywood’s Golden Age. Her prominence on TV was in part due to her on-screen romance with Errol Flynn in movies like Captain Blood and Robin Hood. Her best-known role, however, is as Melanie Hamilton in the classic hit film Gone with the Wind.
Chuck Yeager – 95 years old
Chuck Yeager is a respected pilot who has the distinction of being the first person ever to fly faster than the speed of sound. During World War II, after serving as a mechanic, he was enlisted as a pilot and became a P-51 fighter pilot. The end of the war saw him become a test pilot for several different kinds of aircraft. He proceeded to break the sound barrier twice, a distinction that earned him the Collier and Mackay trophies. His eventual retirement came after he had broken several other altitude and speed records following 60 years in the army.
James Lipton – 91 years old
Anyone who has ever spent more than a minute watching Inside the Actors Studio definitely has an idea of who James Lipton is. He studied to become a lawyer and became an actor on the side in order to get enough money to pay for his education. All the while, he also worked as a writer on several soap operas, including The Best of Everything and The Edge of Night. He is also a critically acclaimed author, having published the bestselling book An Exaltation of Larks with Penguin Publishers. At the age of 91, he remains one of the executive producers of Inside the Actors Studio.
Harry Belafonte – 91 years old
Often referred to as the ‘King of Calypso’ thanks to his popularizing of the Caribbean musical style, he is one of the most successful — if not the most successful — Jamaican-American pop stars in history. He was incredibly popular in the ‘50s, making history as the first solo artist to break the million-album sales mark with his first album, Calypso. He was one of the most vocal supporters of the Civil Rights Movement and one of Martin Luther King Jr.’s closest allies during the time. He currently acts as the ambassador for the American Civil Liberties Union for juvenile issues.
William Daniels – 91 years old
William Daniels has one of the most recognizable faces in Hollywood, but in part thanks to his abstinence from television media for some time, the name may be unfamiliar to some. Audiences will likely know him as Dr. Mark Craig from St. Elsewhere, a role that earned him two Emmys, and Mr. Feeny on Boy Meets World. Other notable performances include the 1967 film The Graduate, where he acted alongside Dustin Hoffman as the main character’s father. More recent appearances include the reprisal of his role as Mr. Feeny on Girl Meets World, a sequel to the previous hit show.
Jerry Stiller – 91 years old
Stiller should be instantly recognizable to audiences as Frank from Seinfeld. His brilliant performance on the show is actually attributed to the fact that he was a comedian for a pretty long time before he even appeared on TV. Together with his late wife Anne Meara, the duo performed in the comedic team Stiller and Meara. He later played Arthur Spooner in King of Queens. If the Stiller name sounds familiar, it’s probably because he is also the father to Ben Stiller of Zoolander, Hot Pursuits and Tropic Thunder fame. He co-starred with his son in said films.
James Hong – 89 years old
Starting in the ‘50s, James Hong’s claim to fame was in the late-1950s series The New Adventures of Charlie Chan. Since then, he has appeared in Leslie Nielsen’s Airplane and Blade Runner. More recent appearances include as Master Hong in Balls of Fury and the 2013 film R.I.P.D. A man of diverse talents, he has also voiced several different characters in Avatar: The Last Airbender and video games such as Sleeping Dogs and Call of Duty. He is considered one of the greatest Asian actors of all time.
Max von Sydow – 89 years old
At this point, Max von Sydow is basically a living legend. He speaks over five different languages, appearing in feature films in Danish, German, Italian, Spanish and many others. And as far as careers go, he is one of the most prolific actors to ever step into Hollywood, having acted in well over 100 shows over his decades-long career. However, his most memorable roles remain The Seventh Seal, Through a Glass Darkly and The Greatest Story Ever Told. He continues to appear on television to this day, with a recent casting on HBO’s Game of Thrones.
Barbara Walters – 88 years old
Barbara Walters is best known for being the first woman to co-host a television show in the U.S. She rose to fame in the ‘60s as a writer on NBC’s The Today Show alongside Hugh Downs. Thanks to her incredible popularity with viewers, she was given more time on air and proceeded to co-host shows such as the ABC Evening News, The View and 20/20.The former role made her the first woman to hold such a position and earn more than million a year.
Christopher Plummer – 88 years old
Christopher Plummer’s film debut came in 1958’s Stage Struck. Thanks to the relative success of the film, he has had an illustrious career spanning over six decades. With roles such as Captain von Trapp in The Sound of Music and Rudyard Kipling in the 1975 fan-favorite The Man Who Would Be King, he has gone down in history as one of the most monumental actors of his time. His fame has extended as far as the 21st century, appearing in critically acclaimed movies like All the Money in the World and The Exception.
Honor Blackman – 92 years old
Fans will probably recognize this actress as the face of Pussy Galore in Goldfinger or Julia Daggett in Shalako. She has been around since the ‘60s, when she rose to fame thanks to her appearance in the James Bond films, and continued to receive roles in the ensuing decades. At 92, she is a vocal supporter of women's rights and has acted in a slew of movies throughout the early 2000s and late 2010s. These include You, Me & Them, By Any Means and Casualty. She also had a brief singing career thanks to her role in the 1964 series The Avengers.
As a result of her massively successful role as Kelly Kapowski on "Saved by the Bell", Thiessen quickly became one of the biggest female heartthrobs of her time! Once that 'sweet-girl' gig was over, the actress went on to play more of a bad girl on "Beverly Hills, 90210"; remember Valerie Malone? At the moment, Thiessen went on to host and produce her own cooking program on the Cooking Channel, called "Dinner at Tiffani's".
One of the well-known legends of “Baywatch” is now definitely not as hot, but as she’s slowly recovering from her cocaine addiction, we can conclude that she’ll give us more performances in the time to come. Aside from “Baywatch”, she starred in “Nash Bridges” and a short-term series titled “Titans”. She’s now 48 years old, but we’ll never forget her days of youth.
Starting with roles of a pretty teenage girl in the 1990s, Denise starred in shows such as “Saved by the Bell”, “Melrose Place” and “Seinfeld”. Then again, her popularity was never as high as after the premiere of 1997’s “Starship Troopers”, where her talent seemed to have exploded. Later on, she landed a great number of less popular roles and made each of them stand out with her unique facial features.
Known for her amazing performance in “The Devil’s Own”, Julia first rose to glory in 1997. Her signature movie made a gigantic impact on the cinema, which also earned her the lead role in 1998’s “Wicked”. Now she’s right in the action at the shooting of the series called “Blue”, and while her fame may be slightly reduced, she remains an old legend.
As you can probably remember, Eleniak stole the show in the acting scene when she appeared as Shauni McClain on the hit show "Baywatch" (1989-1992). Her gorgeous figure made her one of the most popular heartthrobs of Hollywood in the 80s, and her performance was great, too. While Eleniak played a lot of other roles throughout her career, "Baywatch" remained her most memorable performance. Expect to see Eleniak on the big screens playing Marilyn Monroe!
This redhead-gone-blonde used to be the topic of the entire world for a little while, as she got to star with Di-Caprio in the heart-wrenching “Romeo and Juliet”. Many years later, she proceeded to impress with the lead role in “Temple Grandin”, with a much different appearance. Both red and blond look good on her, so a change as drastic as this only makes us like her more.
This multi-talented superstar was an idol of many during the late 90s. Her impressive skill in acting, singing and even songwriting has earned her numerous followers, and her fame exploded in 1999 as she released her single called “Candy”. She’s currently starring in an NBC drama called “This Is Us”, but that will never outdo her past fame.
Known for her performance in the soap opera “General Hospital”, Tia will surely be remembered as one of the hottest 90s stars. Her uniquely shaped face along with that exceptional smile make a perfect combo for the main attraction of the big screen. Naturally, she later went on to star in many other movies and was also called one of the most beautiful people by People magazine in 1992.
Starting with “A Different World” by Bill Cosby, Marisa slowly began her rise in the movie industry. Back then, she looked so unlike most actresses that one couldn’t help but remember her instantly. This appearance helped her secure many more roles, such as the mechanic in “My Cousin Vinny” in 1992, and even “Captain America: Civil War”, much later.
Sarah Jessica Parker
The world-famous Sex and the City superstar emerged into the world of cinema in 1993, with a seasonal role in the show called “Equal Justice”. In 1998, she became who we mostly know her as today – the eccentric and beautiful Carrie Bradshaw, with a life that’s anything but vague and boring. She was a role model for many teens, and now a lot of women look up to her as well.
Amy Jo Johnson
Probably one of the biggest progenitors of the color pink, Amy Jo is known worldwide as the pink power ranger. Playing Kimberly Hart all the way from 1993 to 1999, she was an example for many young girls and an idea of beauty for boys worldwide. She then continued starring in other prominent shows, such as “Flashpoint” and “The Division”.
This ebony beauty was born into the world as both a singer and an actress, displaying incredible performing talent from the early days of her youth. Brandy released an album named just like her in 1994, which quickly went on to become a huge hit, earning her quite a fortune. She later began starring in TV series such as “Moesha”, where she kept the lead role.
Known best for being the gorgeous partner of the world-famous actor Hugh Grant, she earned her fame by wearing one of the most exclusive Versace dresses to her boyfriend’s film premiere, “Four Weddings and a Funeral”. She was already a prominent model then, but she later starred in movies as well, such as “Bedazzled”. Now she’s a proud member of “The Royals” cast.
Jenna Von Oy
With the rise of popularity of the then-legendary TV series “Blossom”, the actress portraying Six Lemure caught the public eye. Jenna Von Oy stopped shooting the show in 1995 once it ended but immediately began studying at the University of South California. She studied film for 2 years, then dropped out in order to return to acting. Now she’s known for great works like “Chicago Hope”.
Jennifer Love Hewitt
From being one of the youngest stars of child commercials of all time to becoming the diva of every large screen, Jennifer Love Hewitt has done it all. You can clearly see how the 90s and the years after have taken their toll on her appearance, they’ve all made her even hotter! Jennifer Love Hewitt is without a doubt one of the hottest 90s stars ever to have emerged.
One of the greatest icons of the teen comedy scene back in the 90s is none other than the hilarious Kel Mitchell. He began with “All That” and “Kenan and Kel”, but then moved onto bigger things like “Mystery Men”, where he co-starred with Ben Stiller. His most famous work is the voice act for “Clifford the Big Red Dog”.
As the popular show titled “Mermaids” came to the screens of every TV in the 90s, so did Winona Ryder’s pretty face. After almost earning a Golden Globe for her fantastic performance, she was awarded a prominent role alongside Johnny Depp in “Edward Scissorhands”. Nowadays you’ll mostly recognize her as the mother in “Stranger Things”.
Back in 1995, Minnie took the big prize of the lead role in “Circle of Friends”. This glory surely boosted her chances in obtaining all of her following roles, in movies such as “GoldenEye”, “Good Will Hunting” and “Grosse Point Blank”. She co-starred with Matt Damon, and in 2015 she earned an even better role in the famous “About a Boy”.
Andrew started out with a simple role in the classic 90s film called “Camp Nowhere” (1994). He went on to starring in even bigger franchises, such as “Independence Day” and “Full House”. With his seductive face, he had absolutely no issues attracting a large number of female fans, which earned him even better standings in Hollywood.
The all-famous blondie of the 90s began her career with her grungy music, in a band called Hole. Then again, she was married to Kurt Cobain from 1992 to 1994, when he passed away. She went on a tour with Lana Del Rey in 2015, and she also had some acting experience in big movies like “Sons of Anarchy” and “Empire”.
Those who remember “Now & Then” will surely never forget Samantha, played by Gaby Hoffman. As she was very young when she starred in her first film, she was consequently awarded many other roles. You’ll also recognize her in movies like “Volcano”, “Everyone Says I Love You” and “200 Cigarettes”. Now she makes her fortune starring in popular TV series like “High Maintenance” and “Transparent”.
After he earned the role of Kenny in “Another World” at the end of the 80s, he knew that the 90s had much more in store for him. He then landed various characters, in movies like “Buffy The Vampire Slayer”, “American Strays” and “Normal Life”. Later on, he still shot a number of films and series, but his 90s popularity will never be preceded by his current one.
After landing the role of Bridget Gregory in “The Last Seduction” in 1994, Linda Fiorentino made a certain future for herself. She was quickly noticed by other directors and producers for her performance, which earned her roles in movies like “Men In Black”, “Larger Than Life” and “Dogma”. Her acting career seems to have stopped in 2009, but we’re sure she’ll make a great comeback eventually.
This super-nerdy comedy fellow started out during the mid-1990s when he was merely 12-years-old. He was supposed to appear only once on the then-prominent show “Family Matters”, but the audience loved him so much that the director was forced to put him back in with a permanent role. Nowadays Jaleel lands small roles in various movies.
Now you probably see her in America’s Got Talent, but Mel B used to be much more than a talent judge. She began her career with the Spice Girls band, which released three platinum albums and even shot a feature film called “Spiceworld: The Movie”, grossing 100 million dollars. Mel B is now working on new music after reuniting with her band, and we can expect great things in the future.
Johnathon Taylor Thomas
One of the few extremely popular child stars of the 90s, Johnathon began as the son of Tim Allen on “Home Improvement”. After being Randy Taylor for a whole seven years, he went on to voice act Simba in “The Lion King”. He ultimately got into Harvard University and studied philosophy and history. Aside from some small roles on not-so-popular shows, he continued to live outside of acting.
Now that we’ve touched “Home Improvement”, we can’t forget the gorgeous Heidi Keppert, portrayed by the stunning Debbe Dunning. She kept this role from 1992 to 1999, and even though she made numerous hearts throb, she was awarded only one more role after the show. “Wicked, Wicked Games” have earned her some more popularity, after which she married the volleyball player Steve Timmons.
One of the hottest stars ever to have appeared during the 90s is none other than the beautiful teenage daughter of Al Bundy in “Married With Children”. Although we’ll always know her as Kelly Bundy, she’s also had numerous other roles, in movies like “Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitter’s Dead” and “Mars Attacks!”. Her newest role can be witnessed in the coming 2017 film called “Crash Pad”.
The guy with the funky hair and crystal clear blue eyes will always be remembered on Broadway, as he began much earlier than most of the 90s stars on this list. He appeared in a number of movies and shows during the 70s and 80s, before he finally quadrupled his fame with the role of “Marv” in “Home Alone”. Some of his most recent roles belong to “Manhattan” and “Getting On”, but aside from that, he’s been somewhat inactive lately.
Melissa Joan Hart
This quirky-looking teen blonde began with her lead roles in “Clarissa Explains it All” and “Sabrina the Teenage Witch”. She went on with the same role through a staggering 6 different TV shows, after which she returned to her enormous fame in 2010 by landing a role on the show “Melissa & Joey”. “God’s Not Dead 2” from 2016 also features her characteristic face, and it’s her latest role of all.
One of the most unforgettable brown stars of all time began her career in 1993 with an appearance in “The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air”. All the while, she kept excelling at her modeling career, which gave her the premiere appearance on the cover of GQ and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 1993. She later started her own cosmetic line and left two reality shows in order to continue to work on it.
Everyone will remember this beautiful blue-eyed child as one of the sweetest things from the screen of the 90s. Anna Chlumsky started as Vada Sultenfuss in “My Girl” and the following sequel of the same name in 1994. She stopped acting in 1999 so that she could go to college, then retook her spot in the limelight in 2005. Now she can be seen in the show titled “Veep” on HBO.
One of the creepiest yet sweetest little girls of the 90s is none other than the miniature actress behind Wednesday Addams. We’ll all agree that it’s very hard for a little girl to act so cruel and disinterested, yet Christina Ricci did it flawlessly. She continued with a few more roles during the 90s, but she still maintains an active career in the Amazon series called “Z: The Beginning of Everything”.
Probably the most unique and unforgettable experience of 1999, titled “The Blair Witch Project”, featured Heather Donahue in the lead role. Although her acting career never boomed after this film, we have her to thank to for letting us experience the first ever lost footage genre horror film. It was this very movie that started a whole avalanche of scary motion pictures, and it thus deserves all the possible recognition.
Known for her numerous performances in Aerosmith hit videos, she soon earned her first film role in “Clueless” (1997). She was also the alluring Batgirl in the world-famous “Batman & Robin”, while her co-starring with Brendan Fraser in “Blast From the Past” in 1999 earned her even more recognition. She made additional appearances in 2016, in “Who Gets the Dog?” and “King Cobra”.
“Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1.” Marks the first album of George Michael, released in 1990. This heartbreaker went on to create the worldwide number 1 single from his album “Praying For Time” in the later years, which inspired him to continue recording throughout the 90s. In 2016, he sadly passed away, right as he was producing his second documentary.
Known best for her incredible Amazonian role of Xena, the Warrior Princess, she continued her second performance as a woman of similar qualities in “Spartacus”. “Agents of Shield” and “Parks and Recreation” were some of the later titles that she participated in, while 2014 and 2015 have also featured her beautiful image in the show called “Salem”.
Definitely, one of the most “charming” superstars ever to have emerged from the 90s. Alyssa was first seen on “Who’s The Boss” as Samantha Micelli. She spent 8 years starring on the show, up until 1992. After “Melrose Place”, she landed one of the lead roles in the world-famous series “Charmed”. We’ll always know her as Phoebe, the beautiful young witch.
Bug Hall first started as a singer in the popular movie under the name of “Little Rascal(s)”. He starred as Alfalfa, who became a notorious heartbreaker among the female audience. After the premiere in 1994, he was awarded numerous roles and a seasonal one on “Kelly Kelly”. Although everyone still remembers him as Alfalfa, he manages to pull out extraordinary performances no matter where he lands.
Starting with “The Sandlot” in the early 90s, Mike Vitar’s character Benny gained a huge amount of respect and popularity among the audience, due to his actions in the film. Without a doubt, Benny was one of the biggest heroes of the 90s, and many young guys took on both his appearance and behavior. Now he works at the fire department, but his fame will never wane.
Having played the role of Ali, alongside Ralph Macchio, in the 1984 "Karate Kid", Shue immediately became a hot topic of discussion in the Hollywood scene. Her biggest success, however, came to her in the 90s when Shue was starred in the third movie of the series "Back to the Future". Shue was also nominated for an Academy Award for her performance in "Leaving Las Vegas" in 1995.
Calista’s beautifully pale face was first featured as Ally McBeal, in the series of the same name. She made a huge success playing the nervous lawyer that only had her career in mind, which reminded a large number of women of what they themselves wanted to be like. Although this is her most famous appearance, she later moved onto bigger things, and eventually even married Harrison Ford.
Keri Russell started out, like many other celebrities, as a part of the Mickey Mouse Club. In 1992, Russell starred in "Honey I Shrunk The Kids", which kickstarted her career on the big screen and helped her leave the Mickey Mouse Club behind from 1993. Later on, the actress was starred in a television series called "Felicity", which is her considered to be her best performance to date.
Tina Majorino embarked upon her career as a child with the performance in the 1994 film "Andre". Majorino's 90s success, however, boomed with her starring in "Alice in Wonderland", after which she took a sabbatical leave between 1999 and 2004. Since the former child stars' return to the screen, she has focused more on starring in television series, such as "Big Love" and "Grey's Anatomy".
Michelle Williams got her big start in one of cinematography's classic films "Lassie" in 1994. Since then, Williams went on to star in "A Thousand Acres", "Dick" and "But I'm A Cheerleader", as well as more recent roles. Most recently, Williams starred in an Academy Award winning film, "Manchester By The Sea".
Although Monica Lewinsky mostly made it to the spotlight due to the scandal involving Bill Clinton, she actually attended a community college and worked in the drama department prior to her White House internship in Washington D.C.. To this day, however, Lewinsky is known to be the most popular White House intern in history, and today she is actively involved in anti-bullying campaigning.
Sarah Michelle Gellar
The blondie that will forever be known as “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” did not start out with her most prominent role. She first began as Kendall Hart on “All My Children” in 1993. Then, her big role that broke many standards came into play, which earned both her and the franchise immense popularity and respect.
Jamie Lynn Spears
Mostly known to the world as the little sister of Britney Spears, Jamie Lynn Spears began her career in the early 2000s as a singer. Spears first started her career starring in the 2002 film "Crossroads", after the success of which she starred as a regular appearance in the comedic sketch "All That" on Nickelodeon. To date, however, Spears' biggest gig was the lead role in "Zoey 101".
Barbara Eden – 86 years old
The ‘60s were a magical time — literally. With the success of fantasy films like Black Sunday, The Skull, The Witches and Curse of the Crimson Altar, Barbara Eden jumped on board with a take of her own. She starred as the titular character in the cult classic I Dream of Jeannie, where he played the role of a scantily dressed genie who granted wishes to whoever rubbed her lamp. As you might guess, the show ended with the genie getting married to the main character. It was so popular that it single-handedly propped Eden on her two feet, earning her roles in films like Quick, Let's Get Married and The Brass Bottle.
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