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Dec 27 2013
Last Star Standing: A Comprehensive List Of The World's Greatest Living Stars 80 & Older Comments (0)

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HOW TO READ THIS POST:

(1) First, there is my suggested Top 40 of all stars age 80+ who are still living, ranked subjectively.

(2) Next, there is a list of over 100 extra-famous stars age 80+ who are still living, listed chronologically by birth, oldest to youngest.

(3) Finally, there is a list of all the other stars age 80+ who are still living, listed chronologically by birth, oldest to youngest.

Building on a post I ran in March of 2011 (I can't believe it's been so long ... this whole “time” thing sure is a slippery slope), and inspired by a William J. Mann (b. 1963) Facebook post, I wanted to come up with a list of the Top 40 “biggest” living stars age 80 or over.

This is a contentious sort of thing to debate, considering we all have our favorites and our opinions of what constitutes stardom. Plus, how do you compare Bill Cosby (b. 1937) with Kim Novak (b. 1933), for example?!

My list is most heavily weighted toward movies, but rewards actors affiliated with films or TV series that are iconic (get used to that word); offers a bonus if someone was dominant in more than just one field; and takes into account initial stardom as well as enduring name recognition. In this way, an old-timer who's still relevant with millennials can catch up a bit to a living legend who hasn't worked in decades.

Again, I am only including people age 80 or older. I am including actors (movie, TV and stage), TV hosts/personalities, musicians and very high-profile directors.

Please feel free to tell me — in a civil manner — if you disagree with my rankings, and why.

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Finally, names in pink denote people who were on my list but have since died. It's damn depressing to see that sea of ironically cheerful pink, isn't it?

UPDATED IN ADVANCE THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2021 — PLEASE LET ME KNOW OF ANY CORRECTIONS/UPDATES/DEATHS I'VE MISSED. ALL GIFS VIA GIPHY.

Enjoy, all you film, TV and music buffs...

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#40 Alan Alda (b. 1/28/36 = 85)

Born into a show-biz family — Dad was Robert Alda (1914-1986) — Alan Alda achieved icon stature via one role: Hawkeye Pierce on the TV series M*A*S*H (1972-1983), a performance that has won him Emmys and Golden Globes, as well as the hearts of millions. Though he has had successes in films, including Same Time, Next Year (1978), The Four Seasons (1981) and Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989), and was Oscar-nominated for The Aviator (2004), it is his service as Hawkeye that established him as the guy-next-door, and as a spookily bigger-than-life American collective conscience.


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#39 Angie Dickinson (b. 9/30/31 = 90)

A movie star in the '50s and '60s, including in the classics Rio Bravo (1959), Ocean's 11 (1960) and The Killers (1964), the ageless beauty reached new career heights as TV's Pepper Anderson on the groundbreaking cop series Police Woman (1974-1978). Continuing as a sex symbol, she made her most impactful film, starring as a doomed, sexually repressed housewife in Dressed to Kill (1980), in which her silent acting and gory death scenes became iconic. Acting sporadically in recent years, Dickinson — a salty-tongued Democrat — has shown herself to be a great interview subject. If only she'd turn in a memoir.


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#38 Bob Newhart (b. 9/5/29 = 92)

The king of deadpan humor first tasted fame when his 1960 comedy album The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart became a top-selling record and won him his first of three Grammys. Though he made films, too, it was television that became his medium, with classic starring roles on The Bob Newhart Show (1972-1978) and Newhart (1982-1990). He received his first and only competitive Emmy for a 2013 guest appearance on The Big Bang Theory, and a Golden Globe in 1962 for Best TV Star — Male. A comedy legend.


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#37 Harry Belafonte (b. 3/1/27 = 94)

The Jamaican-American dynamo became one of the most popular black stars of the 20th century courtesy of his album Calypso (1956), which introduced the style to the country at just the moment it was starved for it. It was the first-ever millon-selling album by a solo act. He became an instant sex symbol, including among white women. The singer has acted in films, like Carmen Jones (1954), Island in the Sun (1957) and Odds Against Tomorrow (1959), and was recently an iconic addition to BlacKkKlansman (2018). An activist as well as an entertainer, Belafonte is a gem still known to many today in spite of his advanced age.


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#36 Barbara Eden (b. 8/23/31 = 89)

It's hard to think of many more iconic characters on classic TV than Jeannie, the deceptively ditzy, lag-behind feminist in a bottle at the center of I Dream of Jeannie (1965-1970). Though a talented singer and actress who appeared in many other TV series (including on a 1957 episode of I Love Lucy and starring as a regular on the 1953 sitcom version of How to Marry a Millionaire), Barbara Eden — the vivacious voice, face and body of Jeannie — is inextricably linked to that ponytail. Her next most familiar stint was as the star of the 1978 film Harper Valley PTA and its 1981 spin-off series, but it was Jeannie who kept her name alive, leading to a reunion TV movie in 1985 and to her sensational appearance at the 2013 Life Ball in Vienna, at which she appeared in her original harem outfit past age 80. How many other stars have more universal likability?

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#35 Faye Dunaway (b. 1/14/41 = 80)

Her supremacy as an actress was eclipsed by the likes of Meryl Streep (b. 1949), and stained by miscalculations — including the movie that shall not be named! — but in her day, Faye Dunaway was not only a raving, modern beauty, but a new kind of gutsy, strong actress, one who racked up numerous iconic performances in such films as Bonnie and Clyde (1967), The Thomas Crown Affair (1968), Chinatown (1974), The Towering Inferno (1974), Three Days of the Condor (1974) and Network (1976). The Oscar winner remains active following a famous goof-up at the Academy Awards, and her reputation as a diva continues unabated.

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#34 Anthony Hopkins (b. 12/31/37 = 84)

Even if he'd never done anything but play Hannibal Lecter in The Silence of the Lambs (1991), for which he won his first of two Oscars, Hopkins may well have made this list. On top of that, he has had an uncommonly distinguished career on the stage and in film, in which he got his start with 1968's The Lion in Winter. Other stand-outs include The Elephant Man (1980), The Remains of the Day (1993), Legends of the Fall (1994) and The Father (2020).

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#33 Donald Sutherland (b. 7/17/35 = 86)

With over 200 acting credits on the stage and on the big and small screens, this Canadian actor has been nearly ubiquitous in entertainment from the '60s onward. Most impactfully, he starred in the hit films The Dirty Dozen (1967), M*A*S*H (1970), Klute (1971), Animal House (1978), Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978), Ordinary People (1980), A Dry White Season (1989) and, more recently, was indispensable in those The Hunger Games films (2012-2015), a list that displays his comfort doing high and low art, terror and humor, drama and popcorn-selling tools. 

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#32 William Shatner (b. 3/22/31 = 90)

It may be hard to believe, but Captain Kirk of TV's Star Trek (1966-1969; various movie projects) is 90. For a guy often lampooned as a ham, Shatner is a trained Shakespearean actor, one with oodles of early-TV experience, most importantly on a crazy-memorable episode of The Twilight Zone in 1963, “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet,” in which he uttered the immortal words, “There is a man on the wing of this plane!” After that, his role as Kirk guaranteed him sci-fi icon status, which ironically bought him a ticket to oblivion for a good, long while. Though constantly working, Shatner was considered a has-been until he revisited his most famous character in a series of Star Trek films starting in 1979. Then, his hit series T.J. Hooker (1982-1986) truly revived him, making use of his comic chops. Embracing self-parody, he went on to Emmy-winning glory on Boston Legal (2004-2008) and currently rakes in the dough at autograph conventions, as a TV pitchman and as an in-demand actor.

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#31 Gene Hackman (b. 1/30/30 = 91)

This five-time Oscar nominee — and one-time winner, for The French Connection (1971) — is now retired, but when he was working, he was all over the screen. He rose to prominence with a searing performance as Buck Barrow in Bonnie and Clyde (1967), and is known for turns in I Never Sang for My Father (1970), The Poseidon Adventure (1972), Young Frankenstein (1974), The Conversation (1974), French Connection II (1975), Superman (1978), Hoosiers (1986), Mississippi Burning (1988), Unforgiven (1992) and The Royal Tenenbaums (2001). The man who immortalized Popeye Doyle quit acting after 2004, instead working at publishing historical fiction and at avoiding interviews.

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#30 Judi Dench (b. 12/9/34 = 87)

As one of the most lauded actresses of her generation, Dench has seven Oscar nominations, but was able to win with the shortest performance ever to land the award for Best Supporting Actress, in 1998's Shakespeare in Love — she's that good. Dench began her career at the Old Vic Company in England in 1957, becoming one of England's most cherished stage stars on her way to originating the role of Sally Bowles in the 1968 London production of Cabaret. Making sporadic but pivotal TV and film appearances — A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968), A Room with a View (1985), Henry V (1989) — she became a pop culture fixture by playing M in the James Bond films, beginning with 1995's GoldenEye. The attention led to more and better — and leading — film roles, such as in Notes on a Scandal (2006), The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel (2012) and Philomena (2013), all of which brought critical and popular success, and all of which helped cement her status as one of the first people who comes to mind during discussions of great acting.

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#29 Joanne Woodward (b. 2/27/30 = 91)

The widow of the great Paul Newman (1925-2008) was no slouch in the acting department herself, picking up the Oscar for one of the most admired female performances of all time, in the split-personality drama The Three Faces of Eve (1957). She'd met Newman when he starred on Broadway (and she understudied) in Picnic (1953), and married him after working together in The Long, Hot Summer (1958), becoming a bicoastal couple equally comfy on Broadway as in Hollywood hits and prestige pictures. They co-starred in 10 films together, and Woodward acted in five projects Newman directed. Newman directed his wife in Rachel, Rachel (1968) and in The Glass Menagerie (1987), the latter a play in which she'd first appeared in her hometown fresh out of high school. Woodward's last on-screen role was with Newman (no scenes together) in HBO's Empire Falls (2005). After that, she did limited voice work, including providing a voice for 2013's Lucky Them, and then ceased working. Closer Magazine reported in 2015 that this true example of Hollywood royalty is suffering from Alzheimer's disease.

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#28 Kim Novak (b. 2/13/33 = 88)

One of the famous cool blondes favored by Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980), ravishing Kim Novak made her film debut in 1954 and gave her final big-screen performance (so far) in 1991. In-between, Novak — never seen as a great thespian — made remarkable impressions in Picnic (1955), The Man with the Golden Arm (1955) and Jeanne Eagels (1957) before giving her most famous performance, as the mysterious blonde/brunette in, arguably, Hitch's finest film, Vertigo (1958). She may have been a glamourpuss at heart, but no one can take that one away from her. Though she had other hits and interesting misses, appearing in the campy Just a Gigolo (1979) with Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992) for the German legend's final public appearance of any kind and in the deliciously catty The Mirror Crack'd the following year with fellow '50s giants Rock Hudson (1925-1985) and Elizabeth Taylor (1932-2011), Novak retired to a ranch to become a visual artist. Sadly, a gig as a presenter at the 2014 Oscars led to widespread mockery of her cosmetically enhanced features; she was 80, something sexy actresses aren't ever supposed to be.

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#27 Vanessa Redgrave (b. 1/30/37 = 84)

Vanessa Redgrave — daughter of actors Michael Redgrave (1908-1985) and Rachel Kempson (1910-2003), sister of actors Lynn Redgrave (1943-2010) and Corin Redgrave (1939-2010), and the mother of actors Natasha Richardson (1963-2009) and Joely Richardson (b. 1965) and director Carlo Gabriel Nero (b. 1969) — is the most esteemed actor in an acting dynasty. Ever since making a name for herself on the London stage in the early '60s, she has been a consistently powerful presence in the theater, in film and, occasionally, on TV. She has six Oscar nominations, winning for Julia (1977), at which time she took the podium to denounce Israel in a speech that set in stone her reputation as a leftist activist with brass balls. With all-time classic performances in A Man for All Seasons (1966), Blowup (1966), Camelot (1967), Isadora (1968), The Devils (1971), Murder on the Orient Express (1974), Howards End (1993), If These Walls Could Talk 2 (2000) and on Broadway in Long Day's Journey into Night (2003) and The Year of Magical Thinking (2007), her place among the acting gods is secure.

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#26 Mel Brooks (b. 6/28/26 = 95)

A long-surviving humorist who has conquered multiple mediums — and earned the EGOT — with his broad, farcical approach to extricating laughs from the world, Brooks wrote for and worked on the seminal comedy series Your Show of Shows (1950-1954) with fellow future nonagerians Imogene Coca (1908-2001), Sid Caesar (1922-2014) and Carl Reiner (b. 1922). Howard Morris (1919-2005) just missed, dying at 85. With Reiner, he created the famous “2,000-Year-Old Man” sketch, and with Buck Henry (1930-2020) the sitcom Get Smart (1965-1970). By the 1970s, Brooks had really hit his stride as a film director, churning out the comic gems The Producers (1968), Blazing Saddles (1974) and Young Frankenstein (1974). He may have hit his peak with his 2001 Broadway adaptation of The Producers, which won more Tonys — 12 — than any other production before or since. Brooks was also known as the husband of leading lady Anne Bancroft (1931-2005), to whom he was married for over 40 years until her death.

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#25 James Earl Jones (b. 1/17/31 = 90)

One of the most acclaimed actors of all time, James Earl Jones has won the Tony, Golden Globe and two Emmys for his work, which has been consistently fine for 60 years. Along with critical raves, Jones is baked into the culture for his famously deep voice, a tool that has served him well in commercials and, of course, in two of the most popular movies of all time — as Darth Vader in the Star Wars films (1977 onward) and ancillary projects, and as Mufasa in The Lion King (1994 & 2019). 

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#24 Eva Marie Saint (b. 7/4/24 = 97)

Eternally cool and just plain eternal — she debuted on TV in Campus Hoopla in 1946! — Eva Marie Saint is a leading lady from the '50s who has endured ever since, doling herself out judiciously rather than seeking saturation. Her career first revved up when she won acclaim, and a Drama Critics Award, for her role in The Trip to Bountiful (1953) on Broadway and an Emmy in 1955 for Middle of the Night on The Philco Television Playhouse. Her film work includes her stunning debut in On the Waterfront (1954), which nabbed her an Oscar. Rarely caught in a dud, Saint's choosiness paid off with appearances in the classic films A Hatful of Rain (1957), North by Northwest (1959) by director Alfred Hitchcock (1899-1980), Exodus (1960), The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are Coming (1965) and Superman Returns (2006). In her most recent films, the regal Saint played a centenarian magazine editor in Winter's Tale (2014) and a mother superior in Mariette in Ecstasy (2019).

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#23 Michael Caine (b. 3/14/33 = 88)

Cockney-accented Michael Caine has been a staple of British and American cinema since his stunning performances in the films Zulu (1964), The Ipcress File (1965), Alfie (1966), Gambit (1966), The Italian Job (1969) and Sleuth (1972), the latter with a controversial gay twist. By the 1980s, he was a bona fide acting legend, scoring a big hit with Educating Rita (1982) and winning his first Oscar, for Hannah and Her Sisters (1986). He would go on to win another for The Cider House Rules (1999), and to appear in a string of commercial and critical hits that have made him one of the biggest box-office draws in history. His sly delivery makes him outstanding as a cold spy, an authoritarian figure or a cut-up.

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#22 Joan Collins (b. 5/23/33 = 88)

The “poor man's Elizabeth Taylor” (1932-2011) never achieved the acclaim, notoriety or awards of her backhanded namesake, but Collins did quite well for herself, first as a '50s starlet, then as a fortysomething strumpet in deliciously saucy '70s flicks, then as one of the most iconic characters in TV history — Dynasty's (1981-1989) Alexis Morell Carrington Colby Dexter Rowan. The '80s boost allowed Collins to expand her reach via tell-all books, an age-defying nudie spread in Playboy (1983) and other endeavors ... like marriage, a hobby of hers for decades. She personifies old-school stardom, but has occasionally surprised with a hidden comedic ability, most unexpectedly on a 1993 episode of Roseanne. The tireless glamourpuss continues to work in TV and film, including 2017's The Time of Their Lives, and makes gracious appearances at autograph conventions when she isn't performing delightfully gossipy one-woman shows.

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#21 Morgan Freeman (b. 6/1/37 = 84)

For a guy who started out on TV's The Electric Company (1971-1977), Morgan Freeman has done all right for himself, appearing in movies that have grossed way over $4 billion at the box office. Prior to his success as a kids' entertainer on TV, Freeman was a classically trained stage actor, making his Broadway debut opposite Pearl Bailey (1918-1990) in the 1968 all-Black version of Hello, Dolly! and winning awards for his work through the '80s. In the world of film, he made a big impression in 1987's Street Smart, in Glory (1989) and by recreating his stage role from Driving Miss Daisy in the 1989 film adaptation. In 1994, Freeman starred in The Shawshank Redemption, one of the most beloved films of the decade, and going forward restricted his appearances to blockbusters or prestige pictures, continuing to acquire an authoritative air that helped make his deep voice a calling card — in movies, in commercials, in political ads. He sounds like the voice of God — and has played that.

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#20 Tony Bennett (b. 8/3/26 = 95)

As a singer whose name is high up on this list, what's Tony Bennett got that other singers don't got? Along with an ageless instrument, Bennett has a timeless quality that pleases the older set, who long for a return to yesteryear, and his clever management for decades positioned him as the go-to guy for classic crooning. Bennett notched his first #1 smash with “Because of You” back in 1951, going on to achieve pole position again with “Cold, Cold Heart” (1951) and “Rags to Riches” (1953), and to make his mark with similar jazzy pop tunes like “I Left My Heart in San Francisco” (1962) and “I Wanna Be Around” (1963). When interest in his style dried up in the '70s, he nearly died of a cocaine O.D., but returned, sticking to his roots and staging a huge comeback in the '80s thanks to exposure on David Letterman's (b. 1947) shows and even on MTV. His embrace of new talent for duets eventually led to his wildly successful work with Lady Gaga (b. 1986). Also, how many other stars get primetime TV specials honoring their 90th birthdays? Even deep into a battle with Alzheimer's disease and after retiring from touring, he continues to sing.

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#19 Tina Turner (b. 11/26/39 = 82)

The quintessential survivor, Anna Mae Bullock was a sensation in the '60s with her abusive husband — he who shall not be named — teaching Mick Jagger (b. 1943), and a world of adoring fans, to dance and to embrace her unique blend of personality and showmanship. After her divorce left her penniless, she eventually reinvented herself, becoming one of the top singles acts and live-concert draws of the '80s and '90s. She also made her mark in film, appearing memorably in Tommy (1975) and Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome (1985), though the biopic What's Love Got to Do with It (1993) — featuring Angela Bassett (b. 1958) as the rock goddess — probably did more to elevate and cement her status as a cultural touchstone. “What's Love Got to Do with It?” — oh, everything, and who doesn't love this enduring icon, whose career is the only thing with longer legs than she? Now retired, she is still very much on the minds of the public courtesy of the recent TINA — The Tina Turner Musical (2019), which made a Broadway splash pre-COVID.

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#18 Lily Tomlin (b. 9/1/39) = 82

This international treasure has long blazed a trail in comedy for women, from her early off-Broadway appearances to her 1969-1973 time with Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, the latter of which gave us such characters as Ernestine and Edith Ann. She made the leap to movies, and though she never achieved the kind of box-office stardom her talent seemed to suggest she might, she achieved greatness and/or some measure of popular success with Nashville (1975), The Late Show (1977), 9 to 5 (1980), All of Me (1984), Big Business (1988), Flirting with Disaster (1996), I Heart Huckabees (2004) and Grandma (2015). Coming out as a lesbian some 40 years into her career, she has been an icon for women and the LGBTQ community, and with her one-woman show (with her wife Jane Wagner, b. 1935) The Search for Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe (1985) has inspired and influenced comedians as few other shows have. She has had many memorable turns on TV, and continues to enjoy late-career success in Grace and Frankie (2015-present). Winner of the Tony, Grammy, Emmy, a SAG Lifetime Achievement Award and a Kennedy Center Honor, among many others.

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#17 Dustin Hoffman (b. 8/8/37 = 84)

The most important New Generation actor of the '60s, Hoffman exploded on the scene with his all-time classic performance in The Graduate (1967). He was 30 playing 21. He was one of the actors renowned for looking ordinary while giving extraordinary performances, in stark contrast to the beauty-driven construct of Old Hollywood. He followed his breakthrough with his iconic 1969 perf as Ratso in Midnight Cowboy, and gave memorable performances in such films as Little Big Man (1970), Straw Dogs (1971), Papillon (1973), Lenny (1974), All the President's Men (1976), Marathon Man (1976), Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) and Tootsie (1982). Oscar-winning Hoffman's heyday has passed, but he is an undeniably important influence on each successive generation of actors, and still a household name.

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#16 Rita Moreno (b. 12/11/31 = 90)

The legendary Puerto Rican singer and dancer has been negotiating or knocking down stereotypes since 1950, when she made her film debut in So Young So Bad. She worked relentlessly, popping up in one of the most beloved films of all time, Singin' in the Rain (1952), ahead of more tangible roles in films like The King and I (1956), all the while carrying on a passionate relationship with acting great Marlon Brando (1924-2004). She won the Oscar for her indelible performance in 1962's West Side Story — she took a second stab at her famously brief acceptance speech when she was presented with her SAG Career Achievement Award in 2014 — going on to become one of the only people to score the full EGOT. She still acts regularly, including a two-year stint at Fran Drescher's (Jewish) mom on the series Happily Divorced (2011-2013), as the matriarch of a Cuban-American clan on Netflix's reboot of the series One Day at a Time (2017-2020) and an appearance in the new film version of West Side Story (2021).

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#15 Maggie Smith (b. 12/28/34 = 87)

Active since the '50s, this distinguished thespian became a legend with her singular, Oscar-winning screen performance in The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (1969). Equally adept at comedy and drama, she has racked up a number of unforgettable film roles in fare as diverse as California Suite (for which she nabbed Oscar #2, 1978), A Room with View (1985), The First Wives Club (1996), the Harry Potter series (2001-2011), the Best Exotic Marigold Hotel films (2011 & 2015) and Lady in the Van (2015). She is even better on the stage, and yet she cemented her legacy with her prickly Dowager Countess on TV, in Downton Abbey (2010-2015; films in 2019 & 2022).

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#14 Dick Van Dyke (b. 12/13/25 = 96)

Dick Van Dyke kicked off his career on the stage and on radio before headlining the comedy classic The Dick Van Dyke Show (1961-1966). A bona fide TV icon by series' end, Van Dyke crossed over successfully into the movies with the enduring hits Mary Poppins in 1964 and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968). Unbelievably, his 1990s series Diagnosis Murder (1993-2002), on which he appeared with his actor son Barry Van Dyke (b. 1951) had nearly twice as long a run as his '60s namesake series, which is regarded as one of the best of all time. Van Dyke continues to work, appearing on the sitcom The Middle in 2015, knockin' 'em dead with his dance moves at age 90 on a televised tribute to Disney in 2016 and campaigning loudly for Bernie Sanders that same year. In 2018, his rousing appearance in Mary Poppins Returns was one of that sequel's most exciting attributes, and he is still dancing his way toward 100.

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#13 Warren Beatty (b. 3/30/36 = 85)

Hollywood's greatest ladies' man, lothario Beatty always had talent to back up his Dick-tracy-warren-beattystunning looks. A heartthrob on The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis (1959-1960), he became a major screen star opposite Natalie Wood (1938-1981) in Splendor in the Grass (1961). He would go on to star in such memorable films as The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (1961) opposite Vivien Leigh (1913-1967), McCabe & Mrs. Miller (1971), Shampoo (1975), Heaven Can Wait (1978), and his directorial masterpiece Reds (1981). Following the disastrous Ishtar (1987), he somewhat redeemed himself by directing and starring in Dick Tracy (1990) opposite Madonna (b. 1958), the last woman he dated before settling down with leading lady Annette Bening (b. 1958). Since then, his film roles and directorial efforts have been few and far between, but he remains active, releasing Rules Don't Apply in 2016. At the 2017 Oscars, he and Faye Dunaway (b. 1941) accidentally ruined/saved the Oscars by handing the Best Picture Award to La La Land (2016) instead of Moonlight (2016). P.S. Beatty and his sis Shirley MacLaine (b. 1934) are the only relatives in this Top 40.

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#12 Carol Burnett (b. 4/26/33 = 88)

Destined to become known as a comedy great, Carol Burnett was famously the beneficiary of an unnamed sponsor who financed her moved to NYC, where she achieved fame and fortune, beginning with a star-making turn on Broadway in 1959's Once Upon a Mattress. Her skills on The Garry Moore Show from 1959-1962 brought her into U.S. homes weekly, leading to an opportunity to display her range, from side-splittingly funny to painfully funny of a different kind, on her world-class variety series, The Carol Burnett Show (1967-1978). She reflected the culture's obsession with classic movies, skillfully mocked our excesses and shortcomings and created characters the likes of which the world will likely never see again. She did it in a clean way, yet with a mischievous wink that suggested she would laugh as hard as the next guy at blue material. A Tarzan-yelling singer, dancer, comic and dramatic actress, Burnett has continued working sporadically in soaps and on episodic TV. The movies almost never used her correctly, but her “Miss Hannigan” in Annie (1983) is likely to remain definitive. These days, Burnett acts on the stage and tours with a nostalgic one-woman tribute to her Carol Burnett Show. In 2017, she filmed the pilot Household Name under a deal with writer/producer Tina Fey (b. 1970), but ABC declined to pick it up, an act of pop-cultural terrorism.

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#11 Angela Lansbury (b. 10/16/25 = 96)

An international treasure, Lansbury has been making movies since 1944, when she debuted in the classic Gaslight. She followed that with sensational turns in National Velvet (1944) and The Picture of Dorian Gray (1945). True film stardom eluded her, but Lansbury appeared in such classics as Till the Clouds Roll By (1947), The Three Musketeers (1948) and Samson and Delilah (1949). Often reading as older than her years, her greatest film performance was as a diabolically manipulative mommy in The Manchurian Candidate (1962), but her greatest successes overall were still in store — on the stage in the Broadway hit Mame (1966), the London revival of Gypsy (1972) and Broadway's Sweeney Todd (1979); and as the nosy sleuth at the center of Murder, She Wrote (1984-1996) on television. She's even lent her voice to video games. This relatively new phrase is overused but she's, well, everything.

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#10 Shirley MacLaine (b. 4/24/1934 = 87)

Hollywood royalty almost from the get-go, Shirley MacLaine debuted as a Hitchcock (1899-1980) girl in his throwaway flick The Trouble with Harry (1955) and became a versatile lead, her talent boiling over in The Apartment (1960) and Irma La Douce (1963), which locked her legacy. Some of her juiciest roles have come in middle and old age, including in The Turning Point (1977), Being There (1979), her signature, Oscar-winning performance in Terms of Endearment (1983) and an irresistibly American stint on Downton Abbey (2012-2013). A triple threat whose razzle-dazzle stage shows were a sensation, she is a Kennedy Center honoree, not to mention Warren Beatty's (b. 1937) sis and the world's most famous proponent of all things mystical.

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#9 Al Pacino (b. 4/25/40 = 81)

Certainly one of the greatest living actors, and a key Method actor of his generation, Al Pacino should narrate an album — a Grammy's all he's missing on his road to EGOT. He has a real leg up on many others on this list, starring in two of the greatest films ever made: The Godfather (1972) and The Godfather Part II (1974). On top of that, he was unforgettable in Serpico (1973), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), ... And Justice for All (1979), Scarface (1983), Dick Tracy (1990), Heat (1995), Glengarry Glen Ross (1992), The Irishman (2019) and countless other classics. On top of his supremacy in the world of film, he has been a magnetic performer on Broadway.

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#8 Betty White (b. 1/17/22 = 99)

Betty White would be an important figure if only for her contributions to early TV, appearing live in 1949 for hours on end as a co-host and later sole host of Hollywood on Television (1949-1953), filling air-time with aplomb. But her importance has only grown over time, first as the star of the genre-building sitcom Life with Elizabeth (1952-1955), which she produced, and expanding with unforgettable portrayals on Mary Tyler Moore (1970-1977) for four of its seasons and The Golden Girls (1985-1992). Well into her eighties, White's appearances in TV commercials (thank you, Snickers!) and as a late-night talk show guest propelled her into It-(Golden-)girl status, leading to a long-term role on yet another highly successful series, Hot in Cleveland (2010-2015), as well as a rare memorable role on the big screen opposite Sandra Bullock (b. 1964) and Ryan Reynolds (b. 1976) in The Proposal (2009). The recipient of eight Emmys and a Grammy, the outspoken liberal has made activism on behalf of animals a major part of her life's work, and is easily one of the world's most beloved figures.

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#7 Robert Redford (b. 8/18/36 = 85)

The blond adonis who got his start in the early '60s on TV — don't miss him as a gorgeous Death in a 1962 Twilight Zone — quickly became a matinee idol, and later both a force to be reckoned with in filmmaking and a pop cultural touchstone. Some of his biggest hits include Barefoot in the Park (1967), Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid (1969), Jeremiah Johnson (1972), The Candidate (1972), The Sting (1973), The Way We Were (1973), Three Days of the Condor (1975), All the President's Men (1976) and Out of Africa (1985), and he has been an at-times-interesting director, most notably with the 1980 hit Ordinary People, for which he won the Oscar. His career was going strong into his eighties — he churned out at least one movie a year since 2012 — though he has made rumblings of retiring from acting. Founding the Sundance Film Festival will be as powerful a part of his legacy as his good looks.

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#6 Clint Eastwood (b. 5/31/30 = 91)

Starting with a stint on TV's Rawhide (1959-1966) from the late '50s to the mid-'60s, stoic, chiseled-jawed Clint Eastwood has been rural America's favorite professional bad-ass. After he left the show, he went straight into a historically popular series of films as The Man with No Name, beginning with For a Few Dollars More (1965), becoming synonymous with spaghetti westerns. From 1971's Dirty Harry to 1983's Sudden Impact, he also played the brutally effective Det. Harry Callahan in a series of wildly successful films. Eastwood expanded into directing, first with the creepy hit Play Misty for Me (1971), then with western-themed fare, and always with an increasing artistry. By the time he won his first of two (so far) Oscars for Best Director, for 1992's Unforgiven, he had become one of Hollywood's hottest, most revered auteurs. Nearing 90, he directed and starred in 2018's The Mule, which raked in over $100 million at the domestic box office. Whether or not you liked that stunt with the chair in 2012, he's the real deal.

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#5 Jane Fonda (b. 12/21/37 = 84)

She is a two-time Academy Award winner, the daughter of one of the most esteemed actors who ever lived (Henry Fonda, 1905-1982), an admired/reviled political activist and uncompromising women's rights and climate change advocate, the woman behind the aerobics craze of the '80s and an actress who stepped away from the screen for a number of years — only to step right back into the fray in a series of successful and acclaimed projects. There is a quality about Fonda that has made her a subject of fascination both when she's acting and when she's acting up. Not long after her debut on Broadway and in film in 1960, she was appearing in films that would go on to become classics, like Cat Ballou (1965) and Barefoot in the Park (1967), and created a sensation in the sexed-up Barbarella (1968), directed by then-husband Roger Vadim (1928-2000). She has earned seven Oscar noms, for They Shoot Horses, Don't They (1969), Klute (1971), Julia (1977), Coming Home (1978), The China Syndrome (1979), On Golden Pond (1981) and The Morning After (1986). She took the Emmy for The Dollmaker (1984) and is currently enjoying success on the Netflix comedy Grace and Frankie (2015-present). Fonda is so relevant still she is a frequent talk-show guest and created a buzz when, at 79, she wore a slinky outfit and playful ponytail on a red carpet ... forever challenging norms.

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#4 Jack Nicholson (b. 4/22/37 = 84)

This three-time Oscar-winning actor, along with Dustin Hoffman (b. 1937), exemplifies the shift in what movie stars were in the '60s and earlier, versus what they became in the '70s. His anti-glamorous, yet undeniably sexual, presence made him an excellent, sometimes snarky, sometimes sneering underdog hero, his style well-suited to low-key and over-the-top roles. With Easy Rider (1969), he redefined cool, taking the mantle from James Dean (b. 1931). He went on to become the ultimate actor's actor, with performances in films like Five Easy Pieces (1970), Chinatown (1974), One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), The Shining (1980), Terms of Endearment (1983) and As Good as It Gets (1997). Inimitable and a true original, he has been Oscar-nominated in each of the past six decades. Rumored to be in poor health, Nicholson is retired — his last film being released in 2010 — but is still a household name.

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#3 Sidney Poitier (b. 2/20/27 = 94) 

This Bahamian-American actor floundered as an American Negro Theatre member, redoubled his efforts, and bounced back with a debut on Broadway. In 1949, he accepted a role in the classic noir film No Way Out (released 1950), playing a black doctor aiding a white bigot (Richard Widmark, 1914-2008). Poitier's flair for handling sensitive, race-oriented material led to his big break in Blackboard Jungle (1955). With The Defiant Ones (1958), he became the first Black, male actor nominated for an Oscar, an award he would go on to receive in 1963 with his Best Actor win for Lilies of the Field. Making further splashes with A Raisin in the Sun (1961), The Bedford Incident (1965) and A Patch of Blue (1965), Poitier became the #1 box-office draw of 1967 with three, back-to-back hits: Guess Who's Coming to Dinner; To Sir, with Love; and In the Heat of the Night (the latter of which spawned two sequels). As the first black leading man to cross over entirely, Poitier also became a successful director, and has long been a careful, thoughtful voice as a human-rights activist. Poitier is utterly iconic (a word I'm using a lot in this piece, but considering these 40 names, how can I not?), in spite of the fact that his final film (so far) was the 1997 Bruce Willlis (b. 1955)/Richard Gere (b. 1949) flick The Jackal, and his final acting role of any kind was in the 2001 TV movie The Last Brickmaker in America. On AFI's list of the 50 Greatest American Screen Legends of Old Hollywood — 25 male, 25 female — Poitier (#22) is the only surviving male.

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#2 Sophia Loren (b. 9/20/34 = 87)

The Italian icon might also qualify as one of the best-preserved sex symbols of all time. Loren began her career in Italy in 1950, but was backed internationally by Paramount in 1956. Immediately popular in commercial hits like Houseboat (1958), she became the first to win an acting Oscar for a foreign-language role, in the 1960 Italian classic Two Women. Her combination of bombshell beauty and acting depth made her irresistible in films like Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow (1963), Marriage Italian-Style (1964) and Sunflower (1970). She has steadily decreased her workload over the past 40 years, including appearing in the so-so Nine (2009) and providing a voice for Cars 2 (2011). In 2020, she triumphed with a juicy role in The Life Ahead, directed by one of her sons. Whether for going to prison in the '80s for tax fraud, her storied marriage to director Carlo Ponti (1912-2007) or posing nearly nude past the age of 70, the ageless Loren never fails to receive media attention. Worth noting: On AFI's list of the 50 Greatest American Screen Legends of Old Hollywood — 25 male, 25 female — Loren (#21) is the only surviving female. Check out my run-in with Sophia in 2016!

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#1 Julie Andrews (b. 10/1/35 = 86)

One of the most admired singing stars of all time, Andrews became Princess-diaries-jewelry8 a movie icon after conquering Broadway with roles in The Boy Friend (1954) and My Fair Lady (1956), and TV with the massively viewed Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella (1957). With her starring role in the box-office and fan-favorite hits Mary Poppins (1964) and The Sound of Music (1965), Andrews could have called it a day and remained a familiar face forever. Instead, she acted in a variety of other films, most surprisingly, her breast-baring turn in husband Blake Edwards's (1922-2010) S.O.B. (1981), and most winningly in the gender farce Victor/Victoria (1982). Andrews is still vital, even though she tragically lost her singing voice following surgery for polyps, an international news story when it broke. She's known to a younger generation for The Princess Diaries (2001) and other children's and/or animated fare, and as the nice woman who Lady Gaga (b. 1986) sang to at the Oscars in 2015.

In my opinion, she is the world's biggest star — fight me!

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Marsha-hunt-portrait-001Hunt survived the blacklist and at 104 is going strong! (Image via head shot)

Missing my Top 40 but still familiar, 100+ (not counting the dead, in pink, who were were either in the Top 40 at the time of their death or were very close to the Top 40; keeping them here for reference) celebrated and/or historically significant figures from movies/TV/theater who are over 80 (arranged by age from oldest to youngest):

Luise Rainer—originally #19 on my Top 20 living list (1/12/1910—12/30/2014 @ 104)

Lupita Tovar (7/27/10—11/12/2016 @ 106)

Mary Carlisle (2/3/1912 or 1914—8/1/18 @ 106 or 104)

Juanita Moore (10/19/14—1/1/14 @ 99)

Eli Wallach (12/7/1915—6/24/14 @ 98)

Olivia de Havilland (7/1/16—7/25/20 @ 104), was #1 while alive

Kirk Douglas (12/9/16—2/5/20 @ 103), was #2 while alive

Zsa Zsa Gabor (2/6/17—12/18/16 @ 99)

Danielle Darrieux (5/1/1917—10/17/2017 @ 100)

June Foray (9/18/1917—7/26/17 @ 99)

Marsha Hunt (b. 10/17/1917 = 104)

Diana Serra Cary aka Baby Peggy (10/26/1918—2/24/20 @ 101)

Efrem Zimbalist Jr. (1/30/1918—5/2/14 @95)

Marge Champion (9/2/1919—10/21/20 @ 101)

Jayne Meadows (9/27/1919—4/26/15 @ 95)

Alan Young (11/19/1919—5/19/96 @ 96)

Maureen O'Hara (8/17/20—10/24/15 @ 95), was #6 while alive

Nanette Fabray (10/27/20—2/22/18 @ 97)

Carol Channing (1/31/21—1/15/19 @ 97), was #39 while alive

Louis Jourdan (6/19/21—2/14/15 @ 93)

Nancy (Davis) Reagan (7/6/21—3/6/16 @ 94)

Carl Reiner (3/20/22—6/29/2020 @ 98)

Doris Day (4/3/22—5/13/19 @ 97), was #1 while alive

Barbara Hale (4/18/22—1/26/17 @ 94)

Monica Lewis (5/5/22—6/12/15 @ 93)

Christopher Lee (5/27/22—6/7/15 @ 93)

Norman Lear (b. 7/27/22 = 99)

Sid Caesar (9/8/22—2/12/14 @ 91)

Janis Paige (b. 9/16/22 = 99)

Lizabeth Scott (9/29/22—1/31/15 @ 92)

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Ruby Dee (10/27/22—6/11/14 @ 91)

Stan Lee (12/28/22—11/12/18 @ 95)

Anne Jeffreys (1/26/23—9/27/17 @ 94)

Columnist Liz Smith (2/2/23—11/12/17 @ 94)

Franco Zeffirelli (2/12/23—6/15/19 @ 96)

Hugh O'Brian (4/19/25—9/5/16 @ 91)

Rhonda Fleming (8/10/23—10/14/20 @ 97)

Rose Marie (8/15/23—12/29/17 @ 94)

Betsy Drake (9/11/23—10/27/15 @ 92)

Sir Richard Attenborough (8/29/23—8/24/14 @ 90)

Glynis Johns (b. 10/5/23 = 98)

Dewey Martin (12/8/23—4/9/18 @ 94)

Bob Barker (b. 12/12/23 = 98)

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Dina Merrill (12/29/23—5/22/17 @ 93)

Carole Cook (b. 1/14/24 = 97)

Dorothy Malone (1/30/24—1/18/18 @ 93)

Stanley Donen (4/13/24—2/21/19 @ 94)

Theodore Bikel (5/2/24—7/21/15 @ 91)

Charles Aznavour (5/22/24—10/1/18 @ 94)

Billie Hayes (8/25/24—4/29/21 @ 96)

Sylvia Miles (b. 9/9/24—6/12/19 @ 94)

Joyce Randolph (b. 10/21/24 = 97)

Joseph Campanella (11/21/24—5/16/18 @ 93)

Cicely Tyson (12/18/24—1/28/21 @ 96), was #28 on my list while alive

Joan Leslie (1/26/25—10/12/15 @ 90)

Elaine Stritch (2/2/25—7/17/14 @ 89)

Shelley Berman (2/3/25—9/1/17 @ 92)

Hal Holbrook (2/17/25—1/23/21 @ 95)

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George Kennedy (2/18/25—2/29/16 @ 91)

June Lockhart (b. 6/25/25 = 96)

Gloria DeHaven (7/23/25—7/30/16 @ 91)

Arlene Dahl (b. 8/11/25 = 96)

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Mike Connors (8/15/25—1/26/17 =@ 91)

Honor Blackman (8/22/25—4/5/20 @ 94)

Dickie Moore (9/12/25—9/10/15 @ 89)

B.B. King (9/16/25—5/14/15 @ 89)

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Lee Grant (b. 10/31/25ish = 96ish)

Doris Roberts (11/4/25—4/17/16 @ 90)

Kaye Ballard (11/20/25—1/21/19 @ 93)

Jerry Lewis (3/16/26—8/20/17 @ 91), was #21 while alive

Gene Shalit (b. 3/25/26 = 95)

Peter Marshall (b. 3/30/26 = 95)

Roger Corman (b. 4/5/26 = 95)

Jane Withers (4/12/26—8/7/21 @ 95)

Charlotte Rae (4/22/26—8/5/18 @ 92)

Cloris Leachman (4/30/26—1/26/21 @ 94) — Was #34 while alive

Ann B. Davis (5/3/26—6/1/14 = 88)

Don Rickles (5/8/26—4/6/17 @ 90)

Carleton-CarpenterAbba-ca-Dabba! (Image via head shot)

Carleton Carpenter (b. 7/10/26 = 95)

Harry Dean Stanton (7/14/26—9/15/17 @ 91)

Chuck Berry (10/18/26—3/18/17 @ 90)

Julie Adams (10/17/26—2/3/19 @ 92)

Barbara Rush (b. 1/4/27 = 94)

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Kenneth Anger (b. 2/3/27 = 94)

William Daniels (b. 3/21/27 = 94)

Jerry Stiller (6/8/27—5/11/20 @ 92) & Anne Meara (9/20/29—5/23/15 @ 85)

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Gina Lollobrigida (b. 7/4/27 = 94)

Doc Severinsen (b. 7/7/27 = 94)

Bill Daily (8/30/27—9/4/18 @ 91)

Rosemary Harris (b. 9/19/27 = 94)

Roger Moore (10/14/27—5/23/17 @ 89)

Barbara Cook (b. 10/25/27—8/8/17 @ 89)

Estelle Parsons (b. 11/20/27 = 94)

Robert Guillaume (11/30/27—10/24/17 @ 89)

Jeanne Moreau (1/23/28—July 31, 2017 = 89)

Conrad Janis (b. 2/11/28 = 93)

Fats Domino (2/26/28—10/24/17 @ 89)

James Garner (4/7/28—7/19/14 @ 86)

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Burt Bacharach (b. 5/12/28 = 93)

James Ivory (b. 6/7/28 = 93)

Jackie Mason (6/9/28—7/24/21 @ 93)

Martin Landau (6/20/28—7/15/17 @ 89)

Nancy Olson (b. 7/14/28 = 93)

Ann Blyth (b. 8/16/28 = 93)

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George Maharis (b. 9/1/28 = 93)

Earl Holliman (b. 9/11/28 = 93)

Adam West (9/19/28—6/9/17 @ 88)

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Ann Morgan Guilbert (10/16/28—6/14/16 @ 87)

Marion Ross (b. 10/25/28 = 93)

Dick Van Patten (12/9/28—6/23/15 @ 86)

Terry Moore (b. 1/7/29 = 92)

Arte Johnson (1/20/29—7/3/19 @ 90)

Jane Powell (4/1/29—9/16/21 @ 92)

Max Von Sydow (4/10/29—3/8/20 @ 90)

Katherine Helmond (7/5/29—2/23/19 @ 89)

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Don Murray (b. 7/31/29 = 92)

Pat Harrington Jr. (8/13/29—1/6/16 @ 86)

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Vera Miles (b. 8/23/29 = 92)

Barbara Walters (b. 9/25/29 = 92)

Fernanda Montenegro (b. 10/16/29 = 92)

Joan Plowright (b. 10/28/29 = 92)

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June Squibb (b. 11/6/29 = 92)

Ed Asner (11/15/29—8/29/21 @ 91)

Christopher Plummer (12/13/29—2/5/21 @ 91)

Robert Loggia (1/3/30—12/4/15 @ 85)

Frances Sternhagen (b. 1/13/30 = 91)

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Tippi Hedren (b. 1/19/30 = 91)

Robert Wagner (b. 2/10/30 = 91)

Marni Nixon (2/22/30—7/24/16 @ 86)

Stephen Sondheim (b. 3/22/30 = 91)

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John Astin (b. 3/30/30 = 91)

Bradford Dillman (b. 4/14/30—1/16/18 @ 87)

Richard Donner (4/24/30—7/5/21 @ 91)

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Jim Nabors (6/12/30—11/30/17 @ 87)

Gena Rowlands (b. 6/19/30 = 91)

Robert Evans (6/29/30—10/26/19 @ 89)

Polly Bergen (7/14/30—9/20/2014 @ 84)

Sean Connery (8/25/30—10/31/2020), was #19 on my list while alive

Lois Smith (b. 11/3/30 = 91)

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Jean-Luc Godard (b. 12/3/30 = 91)

Maximillian Schell (12/8/30—2/1/14 @ 83)

Buck Henry (12/8/30—1/8/20 = 89)

Armin Mueller-Stahl (b. 12/17/30 = 91)

Robert Duvall (b. 1/5/31 = 90)

Rip Torn (2/6/31—7/9/19 @ 88)

Mamie Van Doren (b. 2/6/31 = 90)

Claire Bloom (b. 2/15/31 = 90)

Gavin MacLeod (2/28/31—4/29/21 @ 90)

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Hal Linden (b. 3/20/31 = 90)

Leonard Nimoy (b. 3/26/31—2/27/15 @ 83)

John Gavin (4/8/31—2/9/18 @ 86)

Barbara Barrie (b. 5/23/31 = 90)

Carroll Baker (b. 5/28/31 = 90)

Marla Gibbs (b. 6/14/31 = 90)

Olympia Dukakis (6/20/31—5/1/21 @ 89)

Leslie Caron (b. 7/1/31 = 90)

Della Reese (7/6/31—November 19, 2017 @ 86)

Tab Hunter (7/11/31—7/8/18 @ 86)

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Mitzi Gaynor (b. 9/4/31 = 90)

Ian Holm (9/12/31—6/19/20 @ 88)

Silvia Pinal (b. 9/12/31 = 90)

Anita Ekberg (9/29/31—1/11/15 @ 83)

Dick Gautier (10/31/31—1/13/17 @ 85)

Dan Rather (b. 10/31/31 = 90)

Monica Vitti (b. 11/3/31 = 90)

Jaye P. Morgan (b. 12/3/31 = 90)

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Dabney Coleman (b. 1/3/32 = 89)

Piper Laurie (b. 1/22/32 = 89)

Milos Forman (2/18/32—4/13/18 @ 86)

Piper-Laurie.I can see her dirty pillows. (Image via movie still)

Robert Mandan (2/2/32—4/29/18 @ 86)

John Williams (b. 2/8/32 = 89)

Debbie Reynolds—originally #7 on my Top 20 living list (4/1/32—12/28/16 @ 84)

Omar Sharif (4/10/32—7/10/15 @ 83)

Joel Grey (b. 4/11/32 = 89)

Loretta Lynn (b. 4/14/32 = 89)

Elaine May (b. 4/21/32 = 89)

Anouk Aimée (b. 4/27/32 = 89)

Abby Dalton (8/15/32—11/23/20 @ 88)

Carol Lawrence (b. 9/5/32 = 89)

Dick Gregory (10/12/32—8/19/17 @ 84)

Mary Louise Wilson (b. 11/12/32 = 89)

Robert Vaughn (11/22/32—11/11/16 @ 83)

Diane Ladd (b. 11/29/32 = 89)

Ellen Burstyn (b. 12/7/32 = 89)

Little Richard (12/5/32—5/9/20 @ 87)

Nichelle Nichols (b. 12/28/32 = 89)

Inga Swenson (b. 12/29/32 = 89)

Charles Osgood (b. 1/8/33 = 88)

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Chita Rivera (b. 1/23/33 = 88)

Yoko Ono (b. 2/18/33 = 88)

Barbara Feldon (b. 3/12/33 = 88)

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Quincy Jones (b. 3/14/33 = 88)

Phyllis Newman (3/19/33—9/15/19 @ 86)

Renée Taylor (b. 3/19/33 = 88) & Joe Bologna (12/30/34—8/13/17 @ 82)

Jean-Paul Belmondo (4/9/33—9/6/21 @ 88)

Willie Nelson (b. 4/30/33 = 88)

Constance Towers (b. 5/20/33 = 88)

Joan Rivers (6/8/33—9/4/14 @ 81)

Gene Wilder (6/11/33—8/28/16 @ 83)

Edd Byrnes (7/30/33—1/8/20 @ 86)

Constance Towers The Naked Kiss (1964)Mirror, mirror on the wall, Constance Towers slays them all! (Image via movie still)

Julie Newmar (b. 8/16/33 = 88)

Debra Paget (b. 8/18/33 = 88)

Roman Polanski (b. 8/18/33 = 88)

Tom Skerritt (b. 8/25/33 = 88)

Zoe Caldwell (9/14/33—2/16/20 @ 86)

Hollywood-or-Bust-CrowleyMrs. Please Don't Eat the Daises as a budding actress (Image via movie still)

Pat Crowley (b. 9/17/33 = 88)

Robert Blake (b. 9/18/33 = 88)

David McCallum (b. 9/19/33= 88)

Jackie Joseph (b. 11/7/33 = 88)

Larry King (11/19/33—1/23/21 @ 87)

Wink Martindale (b. 12/4/33 = 88)

Tim Conway (12/15/33—5/14/19 @ 85)

Sylvia Syms (b. 1/6/34 = 88)

Ann Wedgeworth (1/21/34—1/16/17 @ 83)

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Tina Louise (b. 2/11/34 = 87)

George Segal (2/13/34—3/24/21 @ 87

 Florence Henderson (2/14/34—11/24/16 @ 82)

Barry “Dame Edna Everage” Humphries (b. 2/17/34 = 87)

Van Williams (2/27/34—11/28/16 @ 82)

Willard Scott (3/7/34—9/4/21 @ 87)

Charley Pride (3/18/34—12/12/20 @ 86)

Alan Arkin (b. 3/26/34 = 87)

Richard Chamberlain (b. 3/31/34 = 87)

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Shirley Jones (b. 3/31/34 = 87)

Frankie Valli (b. 5/3/34 = 87)

Pat Boone (b. 6/1/34 = 87)

Jamie Farr (b. 7/1/34 = 87)

Louise Fletcher (b. 7/22/34 = 87)

80212wssbernardoHey, there, George-y boy ...

George Chakiris (b. 9/16/34 = 87)

Leonard Cohen (9/21/34—11/7/16 @ 82)

Wilford Brimley (9/27/34—8/1/20 @ 85)

Brigitte Bardot (b. 9/28/34 = 87)

Tumblr_ns7ddqyr4H1u2megbo1_500Can we talk?

Nana Mouskouri (b. 10/13/34 = 87)

Garry Marshall (11/13/34—7/19/16 @ 81)

Laurence Luckinbill (b. 11/21/34 = 87)

Russ Tamblyn (b. 12/30/34 = 87)

Rip Taylor (1/13/35—10/6/19 @ 84)

Sally Jessy Raphael (b. 2/25/35 = 87)

Robert Conrad (3/1/35—2/8/20 @ 84)

Judd Hirsch (b. 3/15/35 = 86)

M. Emmet Walsh (b. 3/22/35 = 86)

Herb Alpert (b. 3/31/35 = 86)

Lyle Waggoner (4/13/35—3/17/20 @ 84)

Bobby Vinton (b. 4/16/35 = 86)

Charles Grodin (4/21/35—5/18/21 @ 86)

Lee Meriwether (b. 5/27/35 = 85)

Ruta-Lee-1963Ruta legs (Image via TV still)

Ruta Lee (b. 5/30/35 = 86)

Monte Markham (b. 6/21/35 = 86)

Steve Lawrence (b. 7/8/35 = 86)

Diahann Carroll (7/17/35—10/4/19 @ 84)

William Friedkin (b. 8/29/35 = 86)

Johnny Mathis (b. 9/30/35 = 86)

540_2Sing it, sister! (Image via head shot)

Jerry Lee Lewis (b. 9/29/35 = 86)

Alain Delon (b. 11/8/35 = 86)

Woody Allen (b. 12/1/35 = 86)

7e72a051f799bfd5cc34a8706a57024c... but you'll never be Alain Delon.

Dharmendra (b. 12/8/35 = 86)

Phil Donahue (b. 12/21/35 = 86)

Burt Reynolds (2/11/36—8/6/18 @ 82), was #20 on my while alive

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Ursula Andress (b. 3/19/36 = 85)

Glen Campbell (b. 4/22/36—8/8/17 @ 81)

Engelbert Humperdinck (b. 5/2/36 = 85)

Albert Finney (5/9/36—2/7/19 @ 82)

Glenda Jackson (b. 5/9/36 = 85)

Anna Maria Alberghetti (b. 5/15/36 = 85)

3392000069_239a205341Drop and give me 80! (Image via Paramount)

Louis Gossett Jr. (b. 5/27/36 = 85)

Keir Dullea (b. 5/30/36 = 85)

Bruce Dern (b. 6/4/36 = 85)

James Darren (b. 6/8/36 = 85)

Kris Kristofferson (b. 6/22/36 = 85)

Nancy_dussault.jpg-12935You're terrible, Muriel! (Image via 54 Below)

Nancy Dussault (b. 6/30/36 = 85)

Shirley Knight (7/5/36—4/22/20 = 83)

Ruth Buzzi (b. 7/24/36 = 85)

John Saxon (8/5/36—7/25/20 @ 83)

Mike Henry (8/15/36—1/8/21 @ 84)

Pat Priest (b. 8/15/36 = 85)

Anita Gillette (b. 8/16/36 = 85)

Walter Koenig (b. 9/14/36 = 85)

Ezgif-com-gif-makerI can't put my Goldfinger on it, but there's something sexy about Shirley Bassey ...

Brian Blessed (b. 10/9/36 = 85)

Dick Cavett (b. 11/19/36 = 85)

Hector Elizondo (b. 12/22/36 = 85)

Mary Tyler Moore (12/29/36—1/25/17 @ 80) — Was Top 20 for less than a month.

Dyan Cannon (b. 1/4/37 = 84)

Shirley Bassey (b. 1/8/37 = 84)

6e034321c3c851f0901b13192ebc376eSuch a kidder! (Image via video still)

Margaret O'Brien (b. 1/15/37 = 84)

Philip Glass (b. 1/31/37 = 84)

Don Everly (2/1/37—8/21/21 @ 84)

GiphySaturday Night Live and let live! (Image via NBC)

Garrett Morris (b. 2/1/37 = 84)

Tommy Smothers (b. 2/2/37 = 84)

Roberta Flack (b. 2/10/37 = 84)

Polly-HolidayI kissed a grit ... and I liked it! (Image via CBS)

Billy Dee Williams (b. 4/6/37 = 84)

George Takei (b. 4/20/37 = 84)

734Oh, my!

Sally Kellerman (b. 6/2/37 = 84)

Polly Holliday (b. 7/2/37 = 84)

Ned Beatty (b. 7/6/37—6/13/21 @ 83)

Bill Cosby (b. 7/12/37 = 84)

Jo Anne Worley (b. 9/6/37 = 84)

Linda Lavin (b. 10/15/37 = 84)

Tumblr_lp3m1afbKl1qgqj2zo1_500Who's That Girl?

Loretta Swit (b. 11/4/37 = 84)

Marlo Thomas (b. 11/21/37 = 84)

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Frank Langella (b. 1/1/38 = 83)

Diane Baker (b. 2/25/38 = 83)

Richard-benjamin-3238-5157-1474188809He and she are both in their eighties! (Image via head shot)

Paula Prentiss (b. 3/4/38 = 83)

Fred Williamson (b. 3/5/38 = 83)

PaleGrandioseHoneybadger-size_restrictedMister Fred

Claudia Cardinale (b. 4/15/38 = 83)

Richard Benjamin (b. 5/22/38 = 83)

Tommy Chong (b. 5/24/38 = 83)

Ron-ely-moviesJane's addiction (Image via NBC)

Ron Ely (b. 6/21/38 = 83)

John Byner (b. 6/28/38 = 83)

Brian Dennehy (7/9/38—4/15/20 @ 81)

Diana Rigg (7/20/38—9/10/20 @ 82)

Terence Stamp (b. 7/22/38 = 83)

Gallery-1492846069-ezgifcom-gif-maker-22Eye job

Ronny Cox (b. 7/23/38 = 83)

Darlene Love (b. 7/26/38 = 83)

Scorchy_01The Fisher Queen (Image via AIP)

Connie Stevens (b. 8/8/38 = 83)

Lucille Soong (b. 8/15/38 = 83)

CQl5Grandmothered in

Kenny Rogers (8/21/38—3/20/20 @ 81)

Elliott Gould (b. 8/29/38 = 83)

Stella Stevens (b. 10/1/38 = 83)

Poseidon-Adventure-Stella-Stevens-1972 (2)Upside down, you're turnin' me ...

Rex Reed (b. 10/2/38 = 83)

Dawn Wells (10/18/38—12/30/20 @ 82)

Dolores Hart (b. 10/20/38 = 83)

Derek Jacobi (b. 10/22/38 = 83)

Christopher Lloyd (b. 10/22/38 = 83)

Qo9oIr-Reverend

Gordon Lightfoot (b. 11/17/38 = 83)

Ted Turner (b. 11/19/38 = 83)

Rich Little (b. 11/26/38 = 83)

Doug Llewellyn (b. 11/26/38 = 83)

GiphyMidnight special

Liv Ullman (b. 12/16/38 = 83)

Jon Voight (b. 12/29/38 = 83)

Tv_maury_old1aThe Father of Fathers

Maury Povich (b. 1/17/39 = 82)

Mike Farrell (b. 2/6/39 = 82)

Samantha Eggar (b. 3/5/39 = 82)

Neil Sedaka (b. 3/13/39 = 82)

Tommy Tune (b. 2/28/39 = 82)

Jennifer-and-Oliver-love-story-the-movie-26452806-450-190Sorry 'bout it

Ali MacGraw (b. 4/1/39 = 82)

Francis Ford Coppola (b. 4/7/39 = 82)

Michael Learned (b. 4/9/39 = 82)

Louise Lasser (b. 4/11/39 = 82)

Paul Sorvino (b. 4/13/39 = 82)

LEE1lHey, Hooker! (Image via ABC)

Lee Majors (b. 4/23/39 = 82)

Judy Collins (b. 5/1/39 = 82)

Hero_EB19930122REVIEWS301220301ARBad to the bone (Image via Aries Films)

Harvey Keitel (b. 5/13/39 = 82)

Nancy Kwan (b. 5/19/39 = 82)

Ian McKellen (b. 5/25/39 = 82)

Michael J. Pollard (5/30/39—10/20/19 @ 80)

Peter Bogdanovich (b. 7/30/39 = 82)

Susan Flannery (b. 7/31/39 = 82)

France Nuyen (b. 7/31/39 = 82)

Terry Kiser (b. 8/1/39 = 82)

Love at first bite_hypnosisBite me! (Image via AIP)

George Hamilton (b. 8/12/39 = 82)

Clarence Williams III (8/21/39—6/4/21 @ 81)

Valerie Harper (8/22/39—8/30/19 @ 80)

Joel Schumacher (8/29/39—6/22/20 @ 80)

Elizabeth Ashley (b. 8/30/39 = 82)

William Devane (b. 9/5/39 = 82)

George Lazenby (b. 9/5/39 = 82)

078e1fc3ea42d4bdeb78e9f8428c16aeFrankie (L) & Fabian, pooling their resources (Image via teen magazine)

Fred Willard (9/18/39—5/15/20 @ 80)

Paul Hogan (b. 10/8/39 = 82)

Melinda Dillon (b. 10/13/39 = 82)

Giphy-1There but for Grace ... (GIF via GIPHY)

F. Murray Abraham (b. 10/24/39 = 82)

John Cleese (b. 10/27/39 = 82)

Jane Alexander (b. 10/28/39 = 82)

Grace Slick (b. 10/30/39 = 82)

T5Ol3WkJames Evans Sr. moment (GIF via GIPHY)

Brenda Vaccaro (b. 11/18/39 = 82)

Dick Smothers (b. 11/20/39 = 82)

John Amos (b. 12/27/39 = 82)

James Cromwell (b. 1/27/40 = 81)

Tumblr_lr2no5TPNM1qhsqy6o4_500She did ... not! (GIF via GIPHY)

Katharine Ross (b. 1/29/40 = 81)

John Schuck (b. 2/4/40 = 81)

Tom Brokaw (b. 2/6/40 = 81)

GiphyWhen Smokey sings

Smokey Robinson (b. 2/19/40 = 81)

Peter McEnery (b. 2/21/40 = 81)

Howard Hesseman (b. 2/27/40 = 81)

Sarah Miles (b. 3/6/40 =81)

Daniel J. Travanti (b. 3/7/40 = 81)

Chuck-norris-movie-poster-boycultureMeme man (Image via Cannon)

Chuck Norris (b. 3/10/40 = 81)

James Caan (b. 3/26/40 = 81)

Herbie Hancock (b. 4/12/40 = 81)

Julie Christie (b. 4/14/40 = 81)

Giorgio Moroder (b. 4/26/40 = 81)

Jo Ann Pflug (b. 5/2/40 = 81)

TenorThe Captain of her heart

Toni Tennille (b. 5/8/40 = 81)

James L. Brooks (b. 5/9/40 = 81)

Tom Jones (b. 6/7/40 = 81)

85d45c971fdd207c50b5736136c74984Walkin' the walk

Nancy Sinatra (b. 6/8/40 = 81)

Mariette Hartley (b. 6/21/40 = 81)

Ringo Starr (b. 7/7/40 = 81)

Patrick Stewart (b. 7/13/40 = 81)

James-brolin-mgm-boycultureSimply Barbra's (Image via MGM)

James Brolin (b. 7/18/40 = 81)

Alex Trebek (7/22/40—11/8/20 @ 80)

Martin Sheen (b. 8/3/40 = 81)

Jill St. John (b. 8/19/40 = 81)

Dan Hedaya (b. 7/24/40 = 81)

FlickeringCanineDalmatian-smallPreherstoric

Raquel Welch (b. 9/5/40 = 81)

Brian De Palma (b. 9/11/40 = 81)

Linda Gray (b. 9/12/40 = 81)

Frankie Avalon (b. 9/18/40 = 81)

Cliff Richard (b. 10/14/40 = 81)

Elke Sommer (b. 11/5/40 = 81)

Sam Waterston (b. 11/15/40 = 81)

Donna Mills (b. 12/11/40 = 81)

Dionne-warwick-boycultureShe's got your number, hussy ... (Image via Sonday Records)

Dionne Warwick (b. 12/12/40 = 81)

Joan Baez (b. 1/9/41 = 80)

Plácido Domingo (b. 1/21/41 = 80)

Neil Diamond (b. 1/24/41 = 80)

Aaron Neville (b. 1/24/41 = 80)

Jessica Walter (1/31/41—3/24/21 @ 80)

Nick Nolte (b. 2/8/41 = 80)

Chuck Woolery (b. 3/16/41 = 80)

Ryan-oneal-boycultureWhat's up? (Images via Warner Bros.)

Ryan O'Neal (b. 4/20/41 = 80)

Ann-Margret (b. 4/28/41 = 80)

Bob Dylan (b. 5/24/41 = 80)

Miriam Margolyes (b. 5/18/41 = 80)

Stacy Keach (b. 6/2/41 = 80)

Martha Stewart (b. 8/3/41 = 80)

David Crosby (b. 8/14/41 = 80)

Sally Kirkland (b. 10/31/41 = 80)

Art Garfunkel (b. 11/5/41 = 80)

Juliet Mills (b. 11/21/41 = 80)

Beau Bridges (b. 12/9/41 = 80)

Tommy Kirk (b. 12/10/41 = 80)

John Davidson (b. 12/13/41 = 80)

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Catherine Deneuve's mom, Renée Simonot, who nearly made it to 110!

Other performers in movies and/or on TV and/or on the stage and/or in music of note who are in their eighties and older, arranged by age:

Arthur Gardner (6/7/1910—12/19/14 @ 104), Ruthie Tompson VIDEO BELOW (b. 7/22/10 = 111), Renée Dorléac aka Renée Simonot VIDEO ABOVE (9/10/2011—7/11/21 @ 109), Urho Harkola (b. 9/13/1911 = 110 if alive), Sally Sweetland (9/23/1911—2/9/2015 @ 103 according to Wikipedia), Mártha Eggerth (4/17/1912—12/26/2013 @ 101), Zohra Segal (4/27/1912—7/10/14 @ 102), Léo Marjane (8/27/191212/18/2016 @ 104), Katsumi Tezuka (b. 8/31/1912 = 109, if alive), Lukas Ammann (9/29/1912—May 3, 2017 @ 104), Connie Sawyer (11/27/1912—1/21/18 @ 105) ...

... Alice Ludes (12/20/1912—February 12, 2017 @ 104), Pappukutty Bhagavathar (3/29/1913—6/22/20 @ 107), Julie Gibson (9/6/1913—10/2/2019 @ 106), Herb Jeffries (9/24/1913—5/25/14 = 100), Don Lusk PICTURED (10/28/1913 —12/30/2018 @ 105), Margery Mason (9/27/1913—1/26/14 @ 100), Ellen Albertini Dow (11/16/1913—5/4/15 @ 101)Marc Platt (12/2/1913—3/29/2014 @ 100)Irving Benson (1/31/1914—5/19/16 @ 102), Olaf Pooley (3/13/1914—7/14/15 @ 101), Moi-Yo Miller (b. 4/24/14—10/7/18 @ 104)Gisèle Casadesus (b. 6/14/1914—9/24/17 @ 103), Irwin Corey (7/29/1914—2/6/17 @ 102), Maciej Maciejewski (b. 10/1/14—5/17/18 = 103), Norman Lloyd (11/8/1914—5/11/21 @ 106), Amelia Bence (11/13/1914—2/8/16 @ 101), Gertrude Jeannette (11/28/1914—4/4/18 @ 103)Alicia Rhett (2/1/1915—1/3/14 @ 98), Wally Cassell (b. 3/3/1915—4/2/15 @ 101), Meg Mundy (1/4/1915—1/12/16 @ 101), Leslie H. Martinson (1/16/1915—9/3/2016 @ 101), Danuta Szaflarska (2/6/1915—2/19/17 @ 102), Vladimir Zeldin (2/10/191510/31/16 @ 101), Mary Ward (3/6/15—7/19/21 @ 106), Patricia Morison (3/19/1915—5/20/18 @ 103), Renée Asherson (5/19/1915—10/30/14 @ 99), Nini Theilade (6/15/15—2/13/18 @ 102), Betty Rowland PICTURED (b. 1/23/16 = 105), 2016-01-24-1453667768-7292303-IMG_9106-thumbArnoldo Foà (1/24/16—1/11/14 @ 97), Jean Erdman (2/20/16—5/4/20 @ 104), Movita [Castaneda] (4/12/16—2/12/15 @ 98), Kevin O'Morrison (5/25/1916—12/11/2016 @ 100), Jean Rouverol (7/8/1916—3/24/2017 @ 100), Don Keefer (8/18/1916—8/7/14 = 98), Robert Boon (b. 10/26/1916—1/13/15 @ 98), Vivian Nathan (10/26/19164/3/15 @ 98)Birgitta Valberg (12/16/1916—3/29/14 @ 97)Shannon Bolin (b. 1/1/1917—3/25/16 @ 99), Dorothy Barrett (2/28/1917—3/8/19 @ 101), Vera Lynn (3/20/1917—6/18/20 @ 103), Ambrose Schindler (4/1/17-12/30/18 @ 101), George Gaynes (5/17/1917—2/15/2016 @ 98), William Woodson (7/16/1917—2/22/17 @ 99), Lorna Gray (7/26/1917—4/30/2017 @ 99), Earl Cameron (8/8/1917—7/3/20 @ 102), Suzy Delair (12/31/17—3/15/20 @ 102)Don Pardo (2/22/1918—8/18/14 @ 96), Mary Anderson (4/3/1918—4/6/14 @ 96)Mary Healy (4/14/1918—2/3/15 @ 96), Ivy Bethune (6/1/1918—7/19/19 @ 101), Patachou (b. 6/10/1918—4/30/15 @ 96), Ruth Duccini aka Ruth L. Robinson (7/23/18—1/16/14 @ 95), Marjorie Lord (7/26/1918—11/28/15 @ 97), Jane Adams (8/7/18—5/21/14 @ 95)John Zacherle aka Zacherley the Cool Ghoul (9/26/1918—10/27/2016 @ 98), Murray Westgate (4/16/1918—8 /27/18 @ 100), Elisabeth Waldo (b. 6/15/18 = 103), Helen Mueller (7/9/18—8/31/17 @ 99), Eloise Hardt (9/17/17—6/25/17 @ 99), Margaret McGrath aka Maggie Rennie (2/11/19—8/5/17 @ 98)Patricia Laffan (3/19/1919—3/10/14 @ 94), Joachim Tomaschewsky (3/31/1919—2/8/19 @ 100), Caren Marsh (b. 4/6/19 = 102), Than Wyenn (5/2/1919—1/30/15 @ 95), Pete Seeger (5/3/1919—1/27/14 @ 94)Al Molinaro (6/24/1919—10/29/15 @ 96), Nehemiah Persoff PICTURED BELOW (b. 8/2/1919 = 102), Grace Albertson (b. 8/4/19 = 102), Edward “Teddy” Johnson (b. 9/4/19—6/6/18 @ 97Rico Alaniz (10/25/1919—3/9/15 @ 95), Nova Pilbeam (11/15/1919—7/17/15 @ 95), Miriam Nelson (9/21/19—8/12/18 @ 98), Judge Joseph Wapner (11/15/1919—2/26/17 @ 97), Betty Brodel (b. 11/25/19 = 101), Norma Miller (12/2/19-5/5/19 @ 99)Douglas Wilmer (1/8/20—3/31/16 @ 96), Pamela Cundell (1/15/20—2/14/15 @ 95)Jerry Maren (b. 1/24/20—May 2018 @ 98) ...

Image-some_like_it_hot_17Some Like It Hot's Nehemiah Persoff (Image via UA)

... Zoe Gail (2/20/20—2/20/20 @ 100), Kay Morley (4/17/20—11/17/20 @ 101), Clifton James (5/29/20—April 14, 2017 @ 96)Janet Waldo (2/4/20—6/12/16 @ 96), Michèle Morgan (2/29/20—12/20/16 @ 96), Anita Kert Ellis (4/12/20—10/28/15 @ 95), Yolande Donlan (6/2/20—12/30/14 @ 94), Don Kennedy (b. 6/8/20 = 101), Setsuko Hara (6/17/20—9/5/15 @ 95), Mark Dana (6/27/20—1/26/15 @ 94), Eileen Bennett (b. 7/8/20 = 101), Kathryn Adams (7/15/20—10/14/16 @ 96), John Horsley (7/21/20—1/12/14 @ 93), Franca Valeri (7/31/20—8/9/20 @ 100), Jeffrey Segal (8/1/20—2/5/15 @ 94)Carole Mathews (9/13/20—11/6/14 @ 94), Anne Triola (9/25/20—2012 @ 91 or 92)Jason Wingreen (10/9/20—12/25/15 @ 95), Noah Keen (10/10/20—3/24/19 @ 98), Ruth Terry (10/21/20—3/11/16 @ 96), Kate Murtagh (10/29/20 —9/10/17 @ 96), James Sheldon (11/12/20—3/12/16 @ 95), Douglas Dick (11/20/20—12/19/15 @ 95), Noel Neill (11/25/20—7/3/16 @ 95), Meredythe Glass (12/3/20—9/1/19 @ 98), John Bartha (b. 1920 = 101), Herbert Ellis (1/17/21—12/26/18 @ 97), Bill Loud (1/22/21—7/26/18 @ 97), Peter Sallis (2/1/21—6/2/17 @ 96), Betty Jaynes (2/12/21—11/22/18 @ 98), Hugh Downs (2/14/21—7/1/20 @ 99), Jack Rader (b. 2/23/21 = 101), Abe Vigoda (2/24/21—1/26/16 @ 94), Josip Elic (3/10/21-10/21/19 @ 98), Elizabeth Wilson (4/4/21—5/10/15 @ 94), Janine Sutto (4/20/21—3/28/17 =@95), Elizabeth Sellars (5/6/21—12/30/19 @ 98)Barbara Perry (6/22/23—5/5/19 @ 97) Muriel Pavlow (6/27/21—1/19/19 @ 97), Jean Heywood (7/15/21—9/14/19 @ 98), Patricia Wright (b. 7/15/21 = 101), Patricia Marmont (b. 8/9/21 = 100), Monty Hall (8/25/21—9/30/17 @ 96), Harry Landers (9/3/21 —10/17 @ 96), Marjorie Stapp (9/17/21—6/2/14 @ 92), Pearl Lavinia Carr (11/2/21—2/16/20 @ 98)Gene Saks (11/8/21—3/28/15 @ 93), Ninón Sevilla (11/10/21—1/1/15 @ 93)Patricia Barry (11/16/21—10/11/16 @ 94), Tom Felleghy (b. 11/26/21 = 100), Jackie Stallone (11/29/21—9/21/20 @ 98), Peter Hansen (12/5/21—April 9, 2017 @ 95), actress Liz Smith (12/11/21—12/24/16 @ 95)Edna Doré (5/31/21—4/11/14 @ 92), Jean Gaven (1/16/22—5/5/14 @ 92), Ellen Vogel (1/26/22—8/5/15 =@ 93), Patrick Macnee (b. 2/6/22—6/25/15 @ 93), William Phipps (2/4/22—6/1/18 @ 96), Steven Hill (2/24/22—8/23/16 @ 94), James Noble (b. 3/5/22—3/28/16 @ 94), Marty Allen (3/23/22—2/12/18 @ 95), Margia Dean (b. 4/7/22 = 99), Audrey Long (4/14/22—9/19/14 @ 92), Bill Macy (5/18/22—10/17/19 @ 97), Joan Copeland (b. 6/1/22 = 99), Umberto Raho (6/4/22—1/9/16 @ 93), Sheila Sim (6/5/22—1/19/16 @ 93), Bill Kerr (6/10/22—8/28/14 @ 92)Jack Carter (6/24/22—6/28/15 @ 93), William Schallert (7/6/22—5/8/16 @ 93), Jake LaMotta (7/10/22—9/19/17 @ 95), Annette Warren (b. 7/11/22 = 99), Ray Anthony (b. 7/20/22 = 99), Sara Luzita (b. 8/11/22 = 99), Buck Kartalian (8/13/22—5/24/16 @ 93), Micheline Presle (b. 8/22/22 = 99), Louise Latham (9/23/22—2/12/18 @ 95), Glorea Robb (b. 9/24/22—11/18/13 @ 91), Martha Stewart 10/7/22—2/17/21 @ 98)Eileen Essell (10/8/22—2/15/15 @ 92), Fyvush Finkel (10/9/22—8/14/16 @ 93), Coleen Gray (10/23/22—8/3/15 @ 92), Juli Lynne Charlot (b. 10/26/22 = 99), Michel Galabru (10/27/22—1/4/16 @ 93), George S. Irving (11/1/22—12/26/16 @ 94), Madeleine Sherwood (The Flying Nun, b. 11/13/22—4/23/16 @ 93), Jacqueline White (b. 11/23, 27 or 28/22 = 99), Dilip Kumar (12/11/22—7/7/21 @ 98), Larry D. Mann (12/18/22—1/6/14 @ 91), Bill Fletcher (b. 1922 = 99), Valentina Cortese (1/1/23—7/10/19 @ 96), Larry Storch PICTURED MV5BZjBjMzRiN2ItN2ZjNS00MDFhLTliNDctODY1Mzk4MjQ2ZTU2XkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyMjU5OTg5NDc@._V1_SY1000_CR0 0 799 1000_AL_(b. 1/8/23 = 98), Wright King (1951's A Streetcar Named Desire, 1/11/23—11/25/18 @ 95), Diana Douglas (1/22/23—7/3/15 @ 92), Dora Bryan (2/7/23—7/23/14 @ 91), Bob Elliott (3/26/23—2/2/16 @ 92), Donald Elson (b. 3/31/23 = 98), Gloria Henry (4/2/23—4/2/21 @ 98), Peter Vaughan (4/4/23—12/6/16 @ 93), Lydia Clarke Heston (4/14/23—9/3/18 @ 95), Roy Dotrice (5/26/23—10/16/17 @ 94), Jimmy Lydon (b. 5/30/23 = 98), Peggy Stewart (6/5/23—5/29/19 @ 95), Madeleine Lebeau (6/10/23—5/1/16 @ 92), Michael Medwin (7/18/23—2/26/20 @ 96), Val Bettin (b. 8/1/23 = 98), John Stephenson (b. 8/9/23—5/15/15 @ 91), Gustavo Rojo (b. 9/5/23—4/22/17 @ 93), Nicholas Amer (9/29/23—11/17/19 @ 96)Donald Sinden (10/9/23—9/12/14 @ 90), Nicholas Parsons (10/10/23—1/28/20 @ 96), Richard Venture (11/12/23—12/19/17 @ 94), James Karen (11/28/23—10/23/18 @ 94), Vincent Ball (b. 12/4/23 = 98), Jo-Carroll Dennison (b. 12/16/23 = 98), Mike Nussbaum (b. 12/29/23 = 98), Geoffrey Bayldon (1/7/24—5/10/17 @ 93), Anne Vernon (b. 1/7/24 = 97), Ron Moody (b. 1/8/24—6/11/15 @ 91), Lucine Amara (b. 3/1/24 = 97), Jean Veloz VIDEO ABOVE (b. 3/1/24 = 97), Machiko Kyô (3/25/24—5/12/19 @ 95), Noreen Nash (b. 4/4/24 = 97), Joseph Ruskin (4/14/24—12/28/13 @ 89), Leslie Phillips (b. 4/20/24 = 97), Priscilla Pointer (b. 5/18/24 = 97), Tony Britton (6/9/24—12/22/19 @ 95), June Elvin (b. 6/23/24—7/31/19 @ 95), Richard Bull (6/26/24—2/3/14 @ 89), Lola Albright (7/20/24—3/23/17 @ 92), Robert Horton (7/29/24—3/9/16 @ 91), Martha Hyer (b. 8/10/245/31/14 @ 89)Mary Grace Canfield (9/4/24—2/15/14 @ 89), Don Harron (9/19/24—1/17/15 @ 90), Helen Grayco (b. 9/20/24 = 97), Bill Dana (10/5/24—6/15/17 @ 92), Joyce Reynolds (b. 10/7/24 = 97), Ted Hartley (b. 11/6/24 = 97), Russell Johnson (11/10/24—1/16/14 @ 89), William Russell (b. 11/19/24 = 97), Marge Redmond (b. 12/14/24—2/10/20 @ 95), Jan Harrison (b. 12/20/24 = 97), Scottie MacGregor (1/12/25—11/13/18 @ 93), Selma Archerd (b. 2/26/25 = 96), Gabriele Ferzetti (3/17/25—12/2/15 @ 90), Beatriz Aguirre (3/21/25—9/29/19 @ 94), Kim Kendall (b. 3/31/25 = 96), Tommy Kelly (4/6/25—1/26/16 @ 90), Robert Phillips (4/10/25—11/5/18 = 93), Elena Verdugo (4/20/25—5/30/2017 @ 92), George Cole (4/22/25—8/5/15 @ 90), Brigitte Auber PICTURED MV5BMzNlYTcwNWYtYjQ2MS00ZmJiLTk5ZTgtYWY4NjI5MGVkMzYyXkEyXkFqcGdeQXVyMzI4Nzk0NjY@._V1_ (b. 4/27/25 = 96), Bruce Kirby ( 4/28/25—1/24/21 @ 95)Colette Marchand (4/29/25—6/5/15 @ 90), Warren Frost (5/5/25—2/17/17 @ 91)Angela Stevens (5/8/25—3/17/16 @ 90), Alec McCowen (b. 5/26/25—2/6/17 @ 91), Richard Erdman (6/1/25—3/16/19 @ 93), Bill Hayes (b. 6/5/25 = 96), Charles Tyner (6/8/25—11/8/17 @ 92), Robert Fyfe (b. 6/19/25 = 96), Virginia Patton (b. 6/25/25 = 96), Ray Boyle (b. 6/28/95 = 96), John Fujioka (6/29/25—12/13/18 @ 93), Jackie Lynn Taylor (6/29/25—5/5/14 @ 88), Cara Williams b. 6/29/25 = 96), Susan Cummings (7/10/25—12/3/16 @ 91), Miiko Taka (b. 7/24/25 = 96), Barbra Fuller (b. 7/31/25 = 96), Diana Decker (9/1/25—1/4/19 @ 93), Lori Talbott (b. 9/10/25 = 96), Peggy Webber (b. 9/15/25 = 96), Morgan Woodward (9/16/25—2/22/19 @ 93), Anne Jackson (9/3/25—4/12/16 @ 90), Bradley Bolke (b. 10/1/25—1/15/19 @ 93), Virginia Leith (10/15/1925—11/4/19 @ 94), Lenka Peterson (b. 10/16/25 = 96), Bernard Hepton (10/19/25—7/17/18 @ 92), Glyn Houston (b. 10/25/25—6/30/19 @ 93), Robert Hardy (10/29/25—8/3/17 @ 91), Michel Bouquet (b. 11/6/25 = 96), Gloria LeRoy (11/7/25—5/24/18 @92), June Whitfield (11/11/25—12/28/18 @ 93), Lise Bourdin (b. 11/20/25 = 96), Mark Miller (b. 11/20/25 = 96), Carla Balenda (b. 11/22/25 = 96), Naomi Stevens (11/29/25—1/13/18 @ 92), Peggy Cummins (12/18/25—12/29/17 @ 92), Nicole Maurey (12/20/25—3/11/16 @ 90), Michel Piccoli (b. 12/27/25—5/18/20 @ 94), Henryetta Edwards (circa 1925—5/1/21 @ 96)Fritz Weaver (1/19/26—11/26/16 @ 90), Nancy Gates (b. 2/1/26 @ 93), Allan Rich (2/8/26—8/22/20 @ 94), Joe Garagiola (2/12/26—3/23/16 @ 90), Marcy McGuire (b. 2/22/26 = 95), Robert Clary (b. 3/1/26 = 95), Bill Henderson (3/19/26—4/3/16 @ 90), Gloria Warren (b. 4/7/26 = 95), Shecky Greene (b. 4/8/26 = 95), Bambi Linn (b. 4/26/26 = 95), John O'Leary (b. 5/5/26 = 95), Val Bisoglio (b. 5/7/26 = 95), Yvonne Furneaux (b. 5/11/26 = 95), Marilyn Knowlden (b. 5/12/26 = 95), Margaret Barton (b. 5/26/26 = 95), Georgia Holt (b. 6/9/26 = 95), James Best (7/26/26—4/6/15 @ 88), Rae Allen (b. 7/3/26 = 95), Marian Carr (b. 7/6/26 = 95), Armando Silvestre (b. 7/6/26 = 95), Nita Bieber (7/18/26—2/4/19 @ 92), Helen Gallagher (b. 7/19/26 = 95), Meg Randall (8/1/26—7/20/18 @ 91), Frank Finlay (8/6/26—1/30/16 @ 89), Richard Anderson (8/8/26—8/31/17 @ 91), Lina Wertmüller (b. 8/14/26 = 95), Georgann Johnson (b. 8/15/26—6/4/19 @ 91), Angus Scrimm (8/19/26—1/9/16 @ 89), Betty Lynn (b. 8/29/26 = 95), Irene Papas (b. 9/3/26 = 95), James Lipton (9/19/26—3/2/20 @ 93) ...

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... John Ericson (9/25/26—5/3/20 @ 93), Earle Hyman (10/11/26—11/17/17 @ 91), Patricia Loud (10/24/26—1/10/21 @ 94), Biff McGuire (10/25/26—4/1/2021 @ 94), Faye Marlowe (b. 10/26/26 = 95), Betsy Palmer (11/1/26—5/29/15 @ 88), Don Gordon (11/13/26—4/24/17 @ 90), Robert Brown (b. 11/17/26 = 95), Terry Kilburn (b. 11/25/26 = 95), Allyn Ann McLerie (b. 12/1/26—5/21/18 @ 91), Eugene Iglesias (b. 12/3/26 = 95), Betty Lou Holland (b. 12/25/26 = 95), Phyllis Coates (b. 1/15/27 = 94), Lisa Lu (b. 1/19/27 or 7/8/27 = 94 or 93), Marvin Kaplan (1/24/27—8/25/16 @ 89), Betty Harford (b. 1/27 or 28/27 = 94), Elizabeth Hoffman (b. 2/8/27 = 94), Ann Gillis (2/12/27—1/31/18 @ 90), H.M. Wynant (b. 2/12/27 = 94), June Brown (b. 2/16/27 = 94), Emmanuelle Riva (b. 2/24/27—1/27/17 @ 89), Carol Brewster (b. 2/25/27 = 94), Monique van Vooren (b. 3/25/27—1/28/20 @ 92), Jill Freud (b. 4/22/27 = 94), Bernard Fox (5/11/27—12/14/16 @ 89), Rita Gam (4/2/27—3/22/16 @ 88), Joan Howard Maurer (b. 4/2/27 = 94), Lee Farr (4/10/27—3/23/17 @ 89), Peter Mark Richman (4/16/27—1/14/21 @ 93), Cora Sue Collins (b. 4/19/27 = 94), Pat Carroll PICTURED (b. 5/5/27 = 94), Mort Sahl (b. 5/11/27 = 94), Barbara Dane (b. 5/12/27 = 94), David Hedison PICTURED RIGHT (5/20/27—7/18/19 @ 92), Michael Constantine (5/22/27—8/31/21 @ 94), Clint Walker (5/30/275/21/18 @ 90), Jerry Antes (b. 6/2/27—2/8/19 @ 91), Geoffrey Palmer (6/4/27—11/5/20 @ 93), Bette Ford (b. 6/24/27 = 94), Tim O'Connor (7/3/27—4/5/18 @ 90), Ed Ames (b. 7/9/27 = 93), William Smithers (b. 7/10/27 = 94), Steven Marlo (7/13/27—11/7/19 @ 92), Joe Turkel (b. 7/15/27 = 94), Roberta Haynes (8/19/27-4/4/19 @ 91), L.Q. Jones (b. 8/19/27 = 94), Peter Wyngarde (b. 8/23/27—1/15/18 @ 90), Freddie Jones (9/12/27—7/9/2019 @ 91), Beverly Polcyn (b. 9/13/27—8/18/18 @ 91), Norm Crosby (9/15/27—11/8/20 @ 93), Joy Wurgaft aka Joy Lane (b. 9/19/27—2/25/18 @ 90), Jeannette Charles (b. 10/15/27 = 94), Eileen Ryan (b. 10/15/27 = 94), Cleo Laine (b. 10/28/27 = 93), Betty Brewer (b. 11/14/27 = 94), Fenella Fielding (11/17/27—9/11/18 @ 90), Jane Wenham (11/26/27—11/15/18 @ 90), Geneviève Page (b. 12/13/27 = 94), Donna Martell (b. 12/24/27 = 94), Chuck Hicks (b. 12/26/27 = 94), Robert Hossein (12/30/27—12/31/20 @ 93), May Wynn (1/8/28—3/22/21 @ 93), Mitchell Ryan (b. 1/11/28 = 93), David Sheiner (b. 1/13/28 = 93), Joanne Linville (1/15/28—6/20/2021 @ 93), Peter Donat (1/20/28—9/10/18 @ 90), Michael Craig (b. 1/27/28 = 93), Nancy Valentine (1/21/28—7/31/2017 @ 89), Stuart Whitman (b. 2/1/28—3/16/20 @ 92), Jack Larson (2/8/1928—9/20/15 @ 87), Jan Shepard (b. 2 or 3/19/28 = 93), Paul Dooley (b. 2/22/28 = 93), Barbara Lawrence (2/24/28—11/13/13 @ 85), Joss Ackland (b. 2/29/28 = 93), Susan Blanchard (b. 3/8/28 = 93), Mary Ellen Bromfield (b. 3/13/28 = 93), Douglas Rain (3/13/28—11/11/18 @ 90), Eunice Gayson (b. 3/17/28—6/8/18 = 90), Peggy Dow (b. 3/18/28 = 93), Article-2442028-1878AA8E00000578-744_634x441Roxanne (b. 3/20/28 = 93), Vernon Gray (3/26/28—? = presumed dead), Gaby Rodgers (b. 3/29/28 = 93), Estelle Harris PICTURED RIGHT (b. 4/4/28 = 93), Hardy Krüger (b. 4/12/28 = 93), Dee Hartford (4/21/28—10/21/18 @ 90), Hazel Ascot (b. 5/10/28 = 93), Sara Shane (b. 5/18/28 = 93), Alice Drummond (5/21/28—11/30/16 @ 88), Agnès Varda (5/30/28—3/28/19 @ 90), Vic Damone (6/12/28—2/11/18 @ 89), Tommy DeVito (6/19/28—9/21/20 @ 92), Ralph Waite (The Waltons, 6/22/28—2/13/14 @ 85), Tp4Moray Watson (6/25/28—5/2/17 @ 89), Sidney Kibrick (b. 7/2/28 = 93), Patricia Hitchcock (7/7/28—8/9/21 @ 93), Laurie Mitchell (7/14/28—9/20/18 @ 90), Tom Troupe (b. 7/15/28 = 93), Sue England (7/17/28—3/19/18 @ 89), Orson Bean (7/22/28—2/7/20 @ 91), Michael Sinelnikoff (b. 8/1/28 = 93), Dodie Heath (b. 8/3/28 = 93), Tom Reese (8/8/28—12/12/18 @ 89), Allene Roberts (9/1/28—5/9/19 @ 90), Chanin Hale (9/3/28—1/30/20 @ 91), Henry Silva (b. 9/15/28 = 93), Ed Setrakian (b. 10/1/28 = 93), Bill Maynard (10/8/28—3/30/18 @ 89), Don Collier (b. 10/17/28 = 93), Jack Donner (10/29/28—9/21/19 @ 90), Dianne Foster (10/31/28—7/31/19 @ 90), Kathleen Hughes (b. 11/14/28 = 93), Clu Galager (b. 11/16/28 = 93), Rance Howard (11/17/28—11/25/17 @ 89), Pauline Brailsford (b. 12/7/28 = 93), Terry Carter (b. 12/16/28 = 93), Colleen Townsend (b. 12/21/28 = 93), Bunny Levine (b. 12/22/28 = 93), Dick Miller (b. 12/25/28—1/30/19 @ 90), Bernard Cribbins (b. 12/29/28 = 93), June Preston (b. 12/29/28 = 93), Jerry Adler (b. 2/4/29 = 92), Claude Rich (2/8/29—7/20/17 @ 88), Lee Fierro (2/13/29—4/5/2020 @ 91), Allan Miller (b. 2/14/29 = 92), Patricia Routledge (b. 2/17/29 = 92), James Hong (b. 2/22/29 = 92), Rebecca Schull (b. 2/22/29 = 92), Queta Lavat (b. 2/23/29 = 92), Raymond Allen (3/5/29—8/10/20 @ 91), Alice Hirson (b. 3/10/29 = 92), Joseph Mascolo (3/13/29—12/7/16 @ 87), Mark Rydell (b. 3/23/29 = 92), Jonathan Haze (b. 4/1/29 = 92), Liz Sheridan PICTURED ABOVE RIGHT (b. 4/10/29 = 92), Jack Betts (b. 4/11/29 = 92), Michael Forest (b. 4/17/29 = 92), Evangeline Elizondo (4/28/29—10/2/17 @ 88), Peggy Pope (5/15/29—5/27/20 @ 91), Corinne Conley (b. 5/23/29 = 92) ...

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... Ann Robinson PICTURED ABOVE (b. 5/25/29 = 92), Shane Rimmer (5/28/29—3/29/19 @ 89), Chuck Barris (6/3/29—3/21/17 @ 87), Marion Marshall (6/8/29—9/24/18 @ 89), Gastone Moschin (6/8/29—9/4/17 @ 89), John Quarmby (6/18/29—4/5/19 @ 89), Thelma Barlow (b. 6/19/29 = 92), Bonnie Bartlett (b. 6/20/29 = 92), Pat Crawford Brown (6/29/29—7/2/19 @ 90), Isabel Sarli (7/9/29—6/25/19 @ 89), John Woodvine (b. 7/21/29 = 92), Don Matheson (8/5/29—6/29/14 @ 84), Betty Ruth (b. 8/1/29 = 92), John Bluthal (8/12/29—11/15/18 @ 89), Mary Ellen Kay (b. 8/29/29 = 92), Joe Sirola (10/7/29—2/10/19 @ 89), Ana Luisa Peluffo (b. 10/9/1929 = 92), Liselotte Pulver (b. 10/11/29 = 92), Colin Jeavons (b. 10/20/29 = 92), Jean Allison (b. 10/24/29 = 92), Mort Drescher (b. 10/29/29 = 92), Bud Spencer (b. 10/31/29—6/27/16 @ 86), Rachel Ames (b. 11/2/29 = 92), Claudia Barrett (11/3/29—4/30/21 @ 91)John McMartin (11/18/29—7/16 @ 86), Etchika Choureau (b. 11/19/29 = 92), Jerry Hardin (b. 11/20/29 = 92), Jack Hogan (b. 11/25/29 = 92), Betta St. John (b. 11/26/29 = 92), Steve Terrell (b. 12/6/29 = 92), George Touliatos (12/9/29—12/8/17 @ 87)Kathleen Crowley (12/26/29—4/23/17 @ 87), Matt Murphy (12/27/29—6/15/18 @ 88), Tommy Rall (12/27/29—10/6/20 @ 90), Ty Hardin (b. 1/1/30—8/3/17 @ 87), Mara Corday (b. 1/3/30 = 91), Angela Paton (1/11/30—5/26/16 @ 86), Elaine Devry (b. 1/10/30 = 91), Rod Taylor (1/11/30—1/7/15 @ 84), Paula Tilbrook (b. 1/16/30—12/1/19 @ 89), Pamela Curran (b. 2/6/30 = 91), Peggy King (b. 2/10/30 = 91), Ricou Browning (b. 2/16/30 = 91), Lieux Dressler (b. 2/27/30 = 91), John Cullum (b. 3/2/30 = 91), Taina Elg (b. 3/9/30 = 91), Mary Costa (b. 4/5/30 = 91), Andrew Sachs (b. 4/7/30—11/23/16 @ 86), Lee Weaver (b. 4/10/30 = 91), Jackie Loughery (b. 4/18/30 = 91), Clive Revill (b. 4/18/30 = 91), Tommy-CookAlan Oppenheimer (b. 4/23/30 = 91), Lynn Hamilton (b. 4/25/30 = 91), Jean Rochefort (4/29/30—10/9/17 @ 87), Lois De Banzie (b. 5/4/30 = 91), Will Hutchins (b. 5/5/30 = 90), James McEachin (b. 5/20/30 = 91), Morgana King (6/4/30—3/22/18 =@87), Diana Sowle (6/19/30—10/19/18 @ 88), Tommy Cook PICTURED RIGHT (b. 7/5/30 = 91), Fred Lee (b. 7/10/30 = 91), Gordon Pinsent (b. 7/12/30 = 91), Burt Kwouk (b. 7/18/30—5/24/16 @ 85) ...

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... Sally Ann Howes PICTURED ABOVE (b. 7/20/30 = 91), Eric del Castillo (b. 7/22/30 = 91), Annie Ross (7/25/30—7/21/20 @ 89), Barbara Jefford (7/26/30—9/12/20 @ 90), Mara Lane (b. 8/1/30 = 91), Joan Weldon (8/5/30—2/11/21 @ 91), Nita Talbot PICTURED BELOW RIGHT (b. 8/8/30 = 91), 4813dd9595d0bc18b025043ac029adafLiz Fraser (8/14/30—9/6/18 @ 88), Bruce Allpress (8/25/30—4/23/20 @ 89), Windsor Davies (b. 8/28/30—1/17/19 @ 89), Joyce Holden (b. 9/1/30 = 91), Mario Adorf (b. 9/8/30 = 91), James Olson (b. 9 or 10/8/30 = 91), Judy Dan (b. 9/9/30 = 91), David Huddleston (9/17/30—8/2/16 @ 85), Philip Bosco (9/26/30—12/3/18 @ 88), Skip Homeier (10/5/30—June 25, 2017 @ 86), Lou Cutell (b. 10/6/30 = 91), Anna Lee Carroll (10/7/30—4/30/17 @ 86), Jack Angel (b. 10/24/30 = 91), Jack Hedley (b. 10/28/30 = 90), Larry Gelman (b. 11/3/30 = 91), Peggy McCay (11/3/30—10/7/18 @ 87), Patsy Currier (b. 11/4/30 = 91). Richard Davalos (b. 11/5/30—3/8/16 @ 85), Nancy Kilgas (b. 11/7/30 = 91), Adrienne Corri (11/13/30—3/13/16 @ 86), Leslie Banning (b. 11/15/30 = 91), Charles Bateman (b. 11/19/30 = 91), William Sargent (b. 11/28/30 = 91), Hope Holiday (b 11/30/30 = 91), Ronnie Corbett (12/4/30—3/31/16 @ 85), Rolf Hoppe (12/6/30—11/14/18 @ 87), Jean-Louis Trintignant (b. 12/11/30 = 91), Chus Lampreave (12/11/30—4/4/16 @ 85), Tatsuya Nakadai (b. 12/13/30 or '32 = 91 or 89), Renate Hoy (b. 12/31/30 = 91), Donald Moffat (12/26/30—12/20/18 @ 87), Rosemary Prinz (b. 1/4/31 = 90), Chris Wiggins (1/13/31—2/19/17 @ 86), Ellen Holly (b. 1/16/31 = 90), Joan Carroll (1/18/31—11/16/2016 @ 85), Jack Grinnage (b. 1/20/31 = 90), Dean Jones (1/25/31—9/1/15 @ 84), Conrad Binyon (b. 1/30/31 = 90), Glynn Edwards (2/2/31—5/23/18 @ 87), Phyllis McGuire (2/14/31—12/29/20 @ 89), Patti MacLeod (b. 2/15/31 = 89), Jacqueline Scott (6/25/31—7/23/20 @ 89), Linda Cristal (2/23/34—6/27/20 @ 89), Dominic Chianese (b. 2/24/31 = 90), Lawrence Montaigne (2/26/31—3/17/17 @ 86), Josephine Tewson (b. 2/26/31 = 90), Carmen de Lavallade (b. 3/6/31 = 90), Mary Lou Harrington (b. 3/11/31 = 90), John Fraser (3/18/31—11/7/20 @ 89), Marguerite Ray (3/18/31—11/18/20 @ 89), Sylvia Lewis (b. 3/22/31 = 90), Kenneth Haigh (3/25/31—2/4/18 @ 86), Joanne Arnold (b. 4/1/31 = 90), John Clarke (4/14/31—4/9/17 @ 85), Robert Morse (b. 5/18/31 = 90), James Greene (5/19/31—11/9/18 @ 87), Trevor Peacock (b. 5/19/31 = 90), Michael Lonsdale (5/24/31—9/21/20 @ 89), John Gabriel (5/25/31—6/11/21 @ 90), Virginia McKenna (b. 6/7/31 = 90), Joe Santos (6/9/31—3/18/16 @ 84), Kenneth Cope (b. 6/14/31 = 90), James Tolkan (b. 6/20/31 = 90), Juanita Quigley (6/24/31—10/29/17 @ 86), Robert Ito (b. 7/2/31 = 90), Frank Williams (b. 7/2/31 = 90), Maralou Gray (b. 7/6/31 = 90), Joanna Merlin (b. 7/15/31 = 90), Robert Colbert (b. 7/26/31 = 90), Que el cielo la juzgue2Jerry Van Dyke (b. 7/27/31—1/5/18 @ 86), Darryl Hickman PICTURED LEFT (b. 7/28/31 = 90), Marianne Koch (b. 8/19/31 = 90), Don King (b. 8/20/31 = 90), Marian Collier (b. 8/23/31 = 90), Regis Philbin (8/25/31—7/24/20 @ 89), Ann E. Todd (8/26/31—2/7/20 @ 88), Michael Dante (b. 9/2/31 = 90), Philip Baker Hall (b. 9/10/31 = 90), Barbara Bain (b. 9/13/31 = 90), William O'Malley (b. 9/18/31 = 90), Karl Held aka Carl Held (b. 9/19/31 = 90), Haya Harareet (9/20/31—2/3/21 @ 89), Malachy McCourt (b. 9/20/31 = 90), Peter Palmer (9/20/31—9/21/21 @ 90), Vivian Pickles (b. 10/21/31 = 90), Hank Garrett (b. 10/26/31 = 90), Gilbert R. Hill (11/6/31—2/17/16 @ 84), Barbara Darrow (11/18/31—8/26/18 @ 86), Jack Ging (b. 11/20/31 = 90), Jack Ging (b. 11/30/31 = 90), Nadja Regin (12/2/31—4/6/19 @ 87), William Reynolds (b. 12/9/31 = 90), Arline Hunter (b. 12/16/31 = 90), Ronnie Schell (b. 12/23/31 = 90), Alfonso Arau (b. 1/11/32 = 89), Jon Cypher (b. 1/13/32 = 89), Christiane Martell (b. 1/18/32 = 89), Gino Conforti (b. 1/30/32 = 89), Edna May Wonacott (b. 2/6/32 = 89), Barbara Shelley (2/13/32—1/4/21 @ 88), Harriet Andersson (b. 2/14/32 = 89), Don Francks (2/28/32—4/3/16 @ 84), Edward Faulkner (b. 2/29/32 = 89), Paul Sand (b. 3/5/32 = 89), Ron Hagerthy (b. 3/9/32 = 89), Jean-Pierre Marielle (4/12/32—4/24/19 @ 87), William Roache (b. 4/25/32 = 89), Bruce Glover (b. 5/2/32 = 88), Robert Osborne (5/3/323/6/17 @ 84), Phyllida Law (b. 5/8/32 = 89), Christiane Kubrick (b. 5/10/32 = 89), Kenji Sahara (b. 5/14/32 = 89), Jan Malmsjö (b. 5/29/32 = 89) ...

Bob-mcgrath-boycultureHe can tell you how to get, how to get to Sesame Street. (Image by Matthew Rettenmund)

... Bob McGrath PICTURED ABOVE (b. 6/13/32 = 89), Peter Lupus PICTURED LEFT Peter-lupus-vince-gironda(b. 6/17/32 = 89), Marisa Pavan (b. 6/19/32 = 89), John Cunningham (b. 6/22/32 = 89), Prunella Scales (b. 6/22/32 = 89), Clifford David (6/30/32—11/30/17 @ 85), Neile Adams (b. 7/10/32 = 89), Rosey Grier (b. 7/14/32 = 89), Helga Liné (b. 7/14/32 = 89), Nina van Pallandt (b. 7/15/32 = 89), Joanne Gilbert (b. 7/17/32 = 89), Betty Carvalho (b. 7/22/32 = 89), Connie Buck (b. 7/23/32 = 89), Tony Tanner (7/27/32—9/8/20 @ 88), Mel Tillis (8/8/32—11/19/17 @ 85), Murray Melvin (b. 8/10/32 = 89), Melvin Van Peebles (8/21/32—9/21/21 @ 89), William Morgan Sheppard (8/24/32—1/6/19 @ 86), Edward de Souza (b. 9/4/32 = 89), Joyce Taylor (b. 9/4/32 = 89), Mitzi McCall (b. 9/9/32 = 89), Mickey Kuhn (b. 9/21/32 = 89), Richard Tyler (b. 9/23/32 = 89), Brian Murphy (b. 9/25/32 = 89), Richard Herd (9/26/32—5/26/20 @ 87), Delores Taylor (b. 9/27/32—3/23/18 @ 85), Felicia-farr-02Antoinette Bower (b. 9/30/32 = 89), Felicia Farr PICTURED LEFT (b. 10/4/32 = 89), Anna Quayle (10/6/32-8/16/19 @ 86), Judy Balaban (b. October 13, 1932 = 89), Jacqueline Beer (b. 10/14/32 = 89), William Christopher (M*A*S*H, 10/20/32—12/31/16 @ 84), Stéphane Audran (11/2/32—3/27/18 @ 85), Colleen Miller (b. 11/10/32 = 89), Jerry Douglas (b. 11/12/32 = 89), Petula Clark (b. 11/15/32 = 89), Abbe Lane (b. 12/14/32 = 89), Roger Smith (12/18/32—6/4/17 @ 84), John Hillerman (12/20/32—11/9/17 @ 84), Nick Dimitri (b. 12/27/32 = 89), Roxane Berard (1/21/33—12/31/19 @ 86), Johnny Russell (b. 1/25/33 = 88), Sally Kemp (2/7/33—3/21/17 @ 84), Ronnie Claire Edwards (2/9/33—6/14/16 @ 83), Caroline Blakiston (b. 2/13/33 = 88), Patrick Godfrey (b. 2/13/33 = 88), Sheila Hancock (b. 2/22/33 = 88), Ziva Rodann (b. 3/2/33 = 88), Tomas Milian (3/3/33—3/22/17 @ 84), Arlen Dean Snyder (b. 3/5/33 = 88), Sandra Milo (b. 3/11/33 = 88), Gloria McMillan (b. 3/13/33 = 88), May Britt (b. 3/22/33 = 88), William Smith (3/24/33—7/5/21 @ 88), Jeanette Sterke (b. 3/25/33 = 88), Tinto Brass (b. 3/26/33 = 88), George Morfogen (3/30/33—3/8/19 @ 86), Dudley Sutton (4/6/33—9/15/18 @ 85), Shani Wallis (b. 4/14/33 = 88), Roy Clark (4/15/33—11/15/18 @ 85), Diana Darrin (b. 4/15/33 = 88), George R. Robertson (b. 4/20/33 = 88), Mark Damon (b. 4/22/33 = 88), Alex Cord (5/3/33—8/9/21 @ 88), Roger Perry (5/7/33—7/12/18 @ 85), Françoise Fabian (b. 5/10/33 = 88), Siân Phillips (b. 5/14/33 = 88), Richard Libertini (5/21/33—1/7/16 @ 82), John Karlen (b. 5/28/33—1/22/20 @ 86), Elisa Stella (b. 6/15/33 = 88), Danny Aiello (6/20/33—December 12, 2019 @ 86), Brett Halsey (b. 6/20/33 = 88), Bernie Kopell (b. 6/21/33 = 88), Lisa Janti (b. 7/5/33 = 87), June Kenney (7/6/33 = 88), John Aniston (b. 7/24/33 = 88), Ken Swofford (b. 7/25/33—11/1/18 @ 85), Kathryn Hays (b. 7/26/33 = 88), Robert Fuller (b. 7/29/33 = 88), Anne Rogers (b. 7/29/33 = 88), Joan Weldon (b. 8/5/33 = 88), Lynn Cohen (8/10/33—2/14/20 @ 86), Richard Franchot (b. 8/15/33 = 88), Lori Nelson (8/15/33—8/23/20 @ 87), Gary Clarke (b. 8/16/33 = 88), Ted Donaldson (b. 8/20/33 = 88), William O'Connell (b. 8/20/33 = 88), Geoffrey Horne (b. 8/22/33 = 88), Susana Canales (b. 9/5/33 = 88), Henry Darrow (9/15/33—3/14/21 @ 87), Ronnie Ralph (b. 9/23/33 = 88), Kathleen Nolan (b. 9/27/33 = 88), Robert Hogan (9/28/33—5/27/21 @ 87), Ben Cooper (9/30/33—2/24/20 @ 86), Cissy Houston (b. 9/30/33 = 88), Christian König (b. 10/7/33 = 88), Olive Sturgess (b. 10/8/33 = 88), June Blair (b. 10/20/33 = 88), Barrie Chase (b. 10/20/33 = 88), Ken Berry (11/3/33—12/1/18 @ 85), Karl-Otto Alberty (b. 11/13/33 = 88), Kathryn Grant Crosby (b. 11/25/33 = 88), Nicolas Coster (b. 12/3/33 = 88), Rosalind Knight (b. 12/3/33 = 88), Brandon Maggart (b. 12/12/33 = 88), Lou Adler (b. 12/13/33 = 88), Marilyn Eastman (12/17/33—8/22/21 @ 87), Elizabeth Hubbard (b. 12/22/33 = 88), Caroll Spinney (12/26/33—12/8/19 @ 85), Lita Milan (b. 1933 = 88), George Loros (b. 1/9/34 = 87), Bob Dishy (b. 1/12/34 = 87), Erin O'Brien (1/17/34—5/20/21 @ 87)John Richardson (1/19/34—1/5/21 @ 86), Tom Baker (b. 1/20/34 = 87), Audrey Dalton (b. 1/21/34 = 87), Lou Antonio (b. 1/23/34 = 87), Carmine Caridi (1/23/34—5/28/19 @ 85), Bob Uecker (b. 1/26/34 = 87) Bernard Lloyd (1/30/34—12/12/18 @ 84), Tammy Grimes (1/30/34—10/30/16 @ 82), Annette Crosbie (b. 2/12/34 = 87), Michael Fairman (b. 2/25/34 = 87), James Sikking (b. 3/5/34 = 87), Joyce Van Patten (b. 3/9/34 = 87), Joby Baker (b. 3/26/34 = 87), Don Hastings (b. 4/1/34 = 87), Shirley Douglas (4/2/34—April 5, 2020 @ 86), Maureen Arthur (b. 4/15/34 = 87), James Drury (4/18/34—4/6/2020 @ 85), Alan Bennett (b. 5/9/34 = 87), Andre Gregory (b. 5/11/34 = 87, Dwayne Hickman (b. 5/18/34 = 87), David Burke (b. 5/25/34 = 87), Annette Dionne (b. 5/28/34 = 87), Cécile Dionne (b. 5/28/34 = 87), Sally Todd (b. 6/7/34 = 87), Millicent Martin (b. 6/8/34 = 87), Eileen Atkins (b. 6/16/34 = 87), Bill Cobbs (b. 6/16/34 = 87), George Hearn (b. 6/18/34 = 87), Wendy Craig (b. 6/20/34 = 87), Josef Sommer (b. 6/26/34 = 87), Jean Marsh (b. 7/1/34 = 87), Marisa Allasio (b. 7/14/34 = 87), Joan Evans (b. 7/18/35 = 87), Jacques d'Amboise (b. 7/28/34 = 87), Jolene Brand (b. 7/31/34 = 87), Myrna Hansen (b. 8/5/34 = 87), Keith Barron (8/8/34—11/15/17 @ 83), Cynthia Harris (b. 8/9/34 = 87), Vernon Dobtcheff (b. 8/14/34 = 87), Donnie Dunagan (b. 8/16/34 = 87), Pierre Richard (b. 8/16/34 = 87), John Standing (b. 8/16/34 = 87), Kenny Baker (8/24/34—8/13/16 @ 81), Chuck McCann (9/2/34—4/8/18 @ 83), Karen Sharpe (b. 9/20/34 = 87), Claude Jarman Jr. (b. 9/27/34 = 87), Mary Peach (b. 10/20/34 = 87), Timothy West (b. 10/20/34 = 87), Peter Behn (b. 10/24/34 = 87), Lisabeth Hush (b. 11/3/34 = 87), Judith Bess Jones (b. 11/3/34 = 87), Suzanne Lloyd (b. 11/11/34 = 87), Joanna Barnes PICTURED Mzd1219 (b. 11/15/34 = 87), Sven-Bertil Taube (b. 11/24/34 = 87), Björn Gustafson (b. 11/30/34 = 87), Judith Roberts (b. 11/30/34 = 87), Morten Grunwald (12/9/34—11/14/18 @ 83), Aki Aleong (b. 12/19/34 = 87), John Considine (b. 1/2/35 = 86), Giovanna Ralli (b. 1/2/35 = 86), Jeremy Kemp (1/3/35—7/19/19 @ 83), Nino Tempo (b. 1/6/35 = 86), Ronnie Hawkins (b. 1/10/35 = 86), Melvyn Hayes (b. 1/11/35 = 86), Ghita Nørby (b. 1/11/35 = 86), Nick Clooney (b. 1/13/35 = 86), Charles Bates (b. 1/15/35 = 86), Soumitra Chatterjee (b. 1/19/35 = 86), Seymour Cassel (1/22/35—4/7/19 @ 84), Richard Evans (b. 1/23/35 = 86), Nicholas Pryor (b. 1/28/35 = 86), Elsa Martinelli (1/30/35—7/8/17 @ 82), Jean Moorhead (b. 2/4/35 = 86), Brian Bedford (b. 2/16/35—1/13/16 @ 80), Javier López (b. 2/17/35 = 86), Christina Pickles (b. 2/17/35 = 86), Dawn Bender (b. 2/21/35 = 86), Jed Allan (3/1/35—3/9/19 @ 84), Sandra Warner (b. 3/4/35 = 86), Lisa Gaye (3/6/35—7/14/16 @ 81), Nancy Kovack (b. 3/11/35 = 86), Leslie Parrish (b. 3/13 or 18/35 = 86), Weiron Holmberg (b. 3/18/35 = 86), Bert Metcalfe (b. 3/19/35 = 86), Tom Urich (b. 3/26/35 = 86), Julian Glover (b. 3/27/35 = 86), Diane Jergens (3/31/35—10/9/18 = 83), Sharon Acker (b. 4/2/35 = 86), Yvonne Lime (b. 4/7/35 = 86), Doug McGrath (b. 4/13/35 = 86), Gitte Lee (b. 4/20/35 = 86), Gary Raymond (b. 4/20/35 = 86), Franco Citti (4/23/35—1/14/16 @ 80), Milena Vukotic (b. 4/23/35 = 86), Clyde Willson (b. 5/7/35 = 86), Salome Jens (b. 5/8/35 = 86), David Hartman (b. 5/19/35 = 86), George Roubicek (b. 5/25/35 = 86), Richard Harrison (b. 5/26/35 or 36 = 86 or 85), Anne Reid (b. 5/28/35 = 86), 326663_oriGlenn Beck (not that one, b. 6/1/35 = 86), Irma P. Hall PICTURED LEFT (b. 6/3/35 = 86), Diana Millay (6/7/35—1/8/21 @ 85), Peter Renaday (b. 6/9/35 = 86), James Bolam (b. 6/16/35 = 86), Derren Nesbitt (b. 6/19/35 = 86), David Prowse (7/1/35—11/28/20 @ 85), Dorothy Ann Seese (7/10/35—12/?/15 @ 80), Ken Kercheval (b. 7/15/35—4/21/19 @ 83), Andra Martin (b. 7/15/35 = 86), Del Henney (7/24/35—1/14/19 @ 83), Lisa Gastoni (b. 7/28/35 = 86), Elsa Cárdenas (b. 8/3/35 = 86), Carol Arthur (8/4/35—11/2/2020 @ 85), Wanda Ventham (b. 8/5/35 = 86), Enid Jaynes (8/12/35—7/8/11 @ 75), Jim Dale (b. 8/15/35 = 86), Janet Henfrey (b. 8/16/35 = 86), Ron Falk (8/23/35—6/7/16 @ 80), Sonny Shroyer (b. 8/28/35 = 86), Rosenda Monteros (8/31/35—12/29/18 @ 83), Johnny Briggs (9/5/35—2/28/21 @ 85), Dieter Hallervorden (b. 9/5/35 = 86), Nadim Sawalha (b. 9/9/35 = 86), Topol (b. 9/9/35 = 86), Marco López (b. 9/10/35 = 86), Amanda Barrie (b. 9/14/35 = 86), Newell Alexander (b. 9/20/35 = 86), Sean McCann (9/24/35—6/13/19 @ 83), Mylène Demongeot (b. 9/29/35 = 86), Jill Corey (b. 9/30/35 = 86), Peter Brown (10/5/35—3/21/16 @ 80), Carol Coombs (b. 10/15/35 = 86), Mary Black (b. 10/26/35 = 86), Frank Adonis (10/27/35—12/26/18 @ 83), Michael Jayston (b. 10/29/35 = 86), Charles Cioffi (b. 10/31/35 = 86), Billy Green Bush (b. 11/7/35 = 86), Judy Parfitt (b. 11/7/35 = 86), Pippa Scott (b. 11/10/35 = 86), Bibi Andersson (11/11/35—4/14/19 @ 83), Tom Atkins (b. 11/13/35 = 86), Michael Callan (b. 11/22/35 = 86), Amanda Walker (b. 11/29/35 = 86), Shelly Desai (b. 12/3/35 = 86), Rex Holman (b. 12/11/35 = 86), Al Harrington (12/12/35—9/22/21 @ 85) ...

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... Barbara Leigh-Hunt PICTURED ABOVE (b. 12/14/35 = 86), Rosemary Leach (12/18/35—10/21/17 @ 81), Barbara Bostock (b. 12/19/35 = 86), William Bassett (b. 12/28/35 = 86), Jack Riley (12/30/35—8/19/16 @ 80), K Callan (b. 1/9/36 or 1/8/42 = 85 or 79), Ron Harper (b. 1/12/36 = 85), Linda Lawson (b. 1/14/36 = 85), Jerry Fogel (1/17/36—10/21/19 @ 83), Juliette Mayniel (b. 1/22/36 = 85), Arlene Golonka (1/23/36—5/31/21 @ 85), William Bogert (1/25/36—1/12/20 @ 83), Mariclare Costello (b. 2/3/36 = 85), Gary Conway PICTURED BELOW (b. 2/4/36 = 85) ...

Screen Shot 2016-09-13 at 4.13.46 PMLand of the giant personalities (Images via AMG, ABC & Playgirl)

Clive Swift (2/9/36—2/1/19 @ 82), Barbara Young (b. 2/9/36 = 85), Joe Don Baker (b. 2/12/36 = 85), Joan O'Brien (b. 2/14/36 = 85), Andrew Prine (b. 2/14/36 = 85), Jim Brown (b. 2/17/36 = 85), John Leyton (b. 2/17/36 = 85), Marj Dusay (2/20/36—1/28/20 @ 83), Elizabeth MacRae (b. 2/22/36 = 85), Federico Luppi (2/23/36—10/20/17 @ 81), Jess Conrad (b. 2/24/36 = 85), Georgina Spelvin (b. 3/1/36 = 85), Sue Ane Langdon (b. 3/8/36 = 85), Joseph Ragno (b. 3/11/36 = 85), José Mojica Marins (3/13/36—2/19/20 @ 83), Bruce M. Fischer (3/20/36—4/11/18 @ 84), Jerry Lacy (b. 3/27/1936 = 85), Carol Morris (b. 4/8/36 = 85), Tommy Ivo (b. 4/18/36 = 85), Lisa Davis (b. 4/20/36 = 85), Mason Alan Dinehart (b. 4/30/36 = 85), Norma Aleandro (b. 5/2/36 = 85), Don Marshall (5/2/36—10/30/16 @ 80), Quinn K. Redeker (b. 5/2/36 = 85), Anthony Zerbe (b. 5/20/36 = 85), Charles Kimbrough (b. 5/23/36 = 84), Claude Brasseur (b. 6/15/36 = 85), Gemma Cuevo (b. 6/22/36 = 85), Robert Downey Sr. (6/24/36—7/7/21 @ 85), Shirley Anne Field (b. 6/27/36 = 85), Ron Masak (b. 7/1/36 = 85), James Hampton (7/7/36—4/7/21 @ 84), Lisa Seagram (7/7/36—2/1/19 @ 82), Screen Shot 2017-06-30 at 10.52.10 AM
Richard Wilson (b. 7/9/85), Lino Banfi (b. 7/11/36 = 85), Saginaw Grant (b. 7/20/36 = 85), Mark Goddard PICTURED RIGHT (b. 7/24/36 = 85), Michael Chapin (b. 7/25/36 = 85), Buddy Guy (b. 7/30/36 = 85), Edward Petherbridge (b. 8/3/36 = 84), Elizabeth Shepherd (b. 8/12/36 = 85), Carolee Campbell (b. 8/13/36 = 85), Vyjayanthimala (b. 8/13/36 = 85), Sondra Blake (b. 8/17/36 = 85), Miriam Colon (8/20/36—3/3/17 @ 80), Frances Cuka (8/21/36—2/16/20 @ 83), Bruce Gray (9/7/36—12/13/17 @ 81), Charles Dierkop (b. 9/11/36 = 85), Sharyn Moffett (b. 9/12/36 = 85), Joe E. Tata (b. 9/13/36 = 85), Anna Karen (b. 9/19/36 = 85), Teresa Gimpera (b. 9/21/36 = 85), Robin Gammell (b. 9/22/36 = 85), Art Metrano (9/22/36—9/8/21 @ 84), Joel Fabiani (b. 9/28/36 = 85), Robert Wolders (9/28/36—7/12/18 @ 81), Lelia Goldoni (b. 10/1/36 = 85), Rogelio Guerra (10/8/36—2/28/18 @ 81), Jim McMullan (10/13/36—5/31/19 = 82), Peter Bowles (b. 10/16/36 = 85), Tony Lo Bianco (b. 10/19/36 = 85), Jennifer Holden (b. 10/24/36 = 85), Bill Wyman (b. 10/24/36 = 85), Burt Brinckerhoff (b. 10/25/36 = 85), Masako Nozawa (b. 10/25/36 = 84), Shelley Morrison (10/26/36—12/1/19 @ 83)Charlie Daniels (10/28/36 —7/6/20 @ 83), Pari Leventi (b. 10/29/36 = 85), Jan TrÍska (11/4/36—9/25/17 @ 80), Susan Kohner (b. 11/11/36 = 85), John Reilly (b. 11/11/36 = 85), Mala Sinha (b. 11/11/36 = 85), Ljubisa Samardzic (11/19/36—9/8/17 @ 80), Matt Clark (b. 11/25/36 = 85), Evans Evans (b. 11/26/36 = 85), Lucha Villa (b. 11/30/36 = 85), Melissa Jaffer (b. 12/1/36 = 85), John Erwin (b. 12/5/36 = 85), Cliff Emmich (b. 12/13/36 = 85), Tommy Steele (b. 12/17/36 = 85), Frederic Forrest (b. 12/21/36 = 85), Cindy Robbins (b. 1/5/37 = 84), Maureen Hingert (b. 1/9/37 = 84), Felix Silla (1/11/37—4/16/21 @ 84), Shirley Eaton (b. 1/12/37 = 84), Inger Stratton (b. 1/12/37 = 84), William Wellman Jr. (b. 1/20/37 = 84), Gregory Sierra (1/25/37—1/4/21 @ 83), Stuart Damon (2/5/37—6/29/21 @ 84), Benjamin Whitrow (2/17/37—9/28/17 @ 80), Nancy Wilson (2/20/37—12/13/18 @ 81), Gary Lockwood (b. 2/21/37 = 84), Tom Courtenay (b. 2/25/37 = 84), Barbara Babcock PICTURED BELOW LEFT (b. 2/27/37 = 84), Paolo Bonacelli (b. 2/28/37 = 84), Vitina Marcus (b. 3/1/37 = 84), Maurice Roëves (3/19/37—7/15/20 @ 83), Jordan Charney (b. 4/1/37 = 84), Lawrence Dane (b. 4/3/37 = 84), F9afdf5a7932f5ef7f685a355d9deecdWilliam Gaunt (b. 4/3/37 = 84), Eldon Quick (b. 4/4/37 = 84), Terrence Hardiman (b. 4/6/37 = 84), Marty Krofft (b. 4/9/37 = 84), Claudette Nevins (4/10/37—2/20/20 @ 82), Jill Gascoine (4/11/37—April 29, 2020 @ 83), Corinne Cole (b. 4/13/37 = 84), Edward Fox (b. 4/13/37 = 84), Rochelle Oliver (b. 4/15/37 = 84), Robert Hooks (b. 4/18/37 = 84), Elinor Donahue (b. 4/19/37 = 84), Una Stubbs (5/1/37—8/12/21 @ 84), John Martino (b. 5/5/37 = 84), Thomas Pynchon (b. 5/8/37 = 84), Susan Hampshire (b. 5/12/37 = 84), Zohra Lampert (b. 5/13/37 = 84), Beverley Owen (5/13/37—2/21/19 @ 81), Trini López (5/15/37—8/11/20 @ 83), Jocelyn Lane (b. 5/16/37 = 84), Timothy Brown (5/24/37—4/4/20 @ 82), Ingrid Goude (b. 5/26/37 = 84), Deanna Lund (5/30/37—6/22/18 @ 81), Luciana Paluzzi (b. 6/10/37 = 84), Johnny Brown (b. 6/11/37 = 84), Tom Simcox (b. 6/17/37 = 84), Pamela Lincoln (b. 6/19/37 = 84), Pat Quinn (b. 6/20/37 = 84), Carol Byron (b. 6/24/37 = 84), Richard Petty (b. 7/2/37 = 84), Tom Stoppard (b. 7/3/37 = 84), Brooke Hayward (b. 7/5/37 = 84), Carol Nugent (b. 7/7/37 = 84), Joseph Walsh (b. 7/11/37 = 84), Paul Collins (b. 7/25/37 = 84), Sab Shimono (b. 7/31/37 = 84), Steven Berkoff (b. 8/3/37 = 84), Richard Foronjy (b. 8/3/37 = 84), Barbara Windsor (8/6/37—12/10/20 @ 83), Tom Georgeson (b. 8/8/37 = 84), Carol Eve Rossen (b. 8/12/37 = 84), Lorraine Gary (b. 8/16/37 = 84), Spiros Focás (b. 8/17/37 = 84), Paul Hampton (b. 8/20/37 = 84), Tommy Sands (b. 8/27/37 = 84), Martin West (8/28/37—12/31/19 @ 82), Warren Berlinger (8/31/37—12/2/20 @ 83), Derek Fowlds (9/2/37—1/17/20 @ 83), Cüneyt Arkin (b. 9/8/37 = 84), Brian Murray (b. 9/10/37—8/20/18 @ 80), Maria Cooper Janis (b. 9/15/37 = 84), Yvonne Wilder (b. 9/21/37 = 84), José Sacristán (b. 9/27/37 = 84), Peter White (b. 10/10/37 = 84), Ron Leibman (10/11/37—12/6/19 @ 82), James MacKrell (b. 10/12/37 = 84), Sami Frey (b. 10/13/37 = 84), Chesty Morgan (b. 10/15/37 = 84), Tony Anthony (b. 10/16/37 = 84), Paxton Whitehead (b. 10/17/37 = 84), 926993fd741c0a89a1bef02ebff0d80eÉdith Scob (10/21/37—6/26/19 @ 81), Steve Sandor (10/27/37—4/5/17 @ 79), Harris Yulin (b. 11/5/37 = 84), Albert Hall (b. 11/10/37 = 84), Barbara Lord (b. 11/21/37 = 84), Christopher Riordan (b. 11/25/37 = 84), Ridley Scott (b. 11/30/37 = 84), Max Baer Jr. (b. 12/4/37 = 84), David Bailie (b. 12/4/37 = 84), Donnelly Rhodes ( 12/4/37—1/6/18 @ 80), Patricia Carr (b. 12/6/37 = 84), Kenneth Colley (b. 12/7/37 = 84), Burke Byrnes (b. 12/9/37 = 84), Kader Khan (12/11/37—12/30/18 @ 80), Stephen Moore (12/11/37—10/4/19 @ 82), Joyce Bulifant PICTURED AT RIGHT (b. 12/16/37 = 84), Wayne Maunder (12/19/37—11/11/18 @ 80), Sheila Reid (b. 12/21/37 = 84), Barbara Steele (b. 12/29/37 = 84), Kenneth Tsang (b. 1/1/38 = 83), Tom Bower (b. 1/3/38 = 83), Scilla Gabel (b. 1/4/38 = 83), Jim Norton (b. 1/4/38 = 83), Anne Gee Byrd (b. 1/5/38 = 83), Adriano Celentano (b. 1/6/38 = 83), Bob Eubanks (b. 1/8/38 = 83), Nobuhiko Ôbayashi (1/9/38—4/10/20 @ 82), Charlie Brill (b. 1/13/38 = 83), Sandra Church (b. 1/13/38 = 83), William B. Davis (b. 1/13/38 = 83), Billy Gray (b. 1/13/38 = 83), Jane Wald (b. 1/13/38 = 83), Sandra Lea Henville aka Baby Sandy (b. 1/14/38 = 83), Jack Jones (b. 1/14/38 = 83), Giorgia Moll (b. 1/14/38 = 83), Basil Hoffman (b. 1/18/38 = 83), Henry Jaglom (b. 1/26/38 = 83), Robert Rodan (1/30/38—3/25/21 @ 83), Lynn Carlin (b. 1/31/38 = 83), John Mahon (b. 2/2/38—5/3/20 @ 82), Bonnie Jones (b. 2/7/38 = 83), Don S. Williams (2/11/28—10/28/18 @ 90), Barry Primus (b. 2/16/38 = 83), Yvonne Romain (b. 2/17/38 = 83), Istvan Szabo (b. 2/18/38 = 83), Richard Beymer (b. 2/20/38 = 83), Alan Ford (b. 2/23/38 = 83), Jirí Menzel (2/23/38—9/5/20 @ 82), Paul Morrissey (b. 2/23/38 = 83), Jack Knight (b. 2/26/38 = 83), Tony Selby (b. 2/26/38 = 83), Judy Farrell (b. 3/1/38 = 83), George Innes (b. 3/8/38 = 83), Lewis Teague (b. 3/8/38 = 83), Charles Siebert (b. 3/9/38 = 83), Venetia Stevenson (b. 3/10/38 = 83), Saundra Edwards (3/12/38—6/2/17 @ 79), Eleanor Bron (b. 3/14/38 = 83), Nancy Fish (b. 3/16/38 = 83), Helena Kallianiotes (b. 3/24/38 = 83), Nathaniel Taylor (3/31/38—2/27/19 @ 80), Roy Thinnes (b. 4/6/38 = 83), Lory Patrick (b. 4/8/38 = 83), Duke Stroud (b. 4/14/38 = 83), Duane Eddy (b. 4/26/38 = 83), Ann Bell (b. 4/29/38 = 83), Michael Murphy (b. 5/5/38 = 83), Jerzy Skolimowski (b. 5/5/38 = 83), Harmut Becker (b. 5/6/38 = 83), Garth Pillsbury (b. 5/8/38 = 83), Marina Vlady (b. 5/10/38 = 83), David Lipman (b. 5/12/38 = 83), Millie Perkins (b. 5/12/38 = 83), Milton Johns (b. 5/13/38 = 83), Buck Taylor (b. 5/13/38 = 83), Michael Preston (b. 5/14/38 = 83), Joan Blackman (b. 5/17/38 = 83), Marilyn Chris (b. 5/19/38 = 83), Bryan Marshall (5/19/38—June 25, 2019 @ 81), Frank Converse PICTURED BELOW (b. 5/22/38 = 83) ...

FRANK-CONVERSE-BOYCULTUREMay I be Frank? (Image via CBC)

... John Nolan (b. 5/22/38 = 83), Eilene Janssen (b. 5/25/38 = 83), Paul Wallace (b. 5/26/38 = 83), Peter Yarrow (b. 5/31/38 = 83), Howard Platt (b. 6/5/38 = 83), Marilyn Hanold (b. 6/9/38 = 83), Sam Groom PICTURED 10289_1 (b. 6/13/38 = 83), Jorge Rivero (b. 6/15/38 = 83), Michael Culver (b. 6/16/38 = 83), Joyce Carol Oates (b. 6/16/38 = 83), Helen Ryan (b. 6/16/38 = 83), Lane Bradbury (b. 6/17/38 = 83), Rosalba Neri (b. 6/19/38 or 6/19/39 = 83 or 82), Keith Clifford (b. 6/20/38 = 83), Vicky Lagos (b. 6/23/38 = 83), Charles Howerton (b. 6/24/38 = 83), Kathryn Beaumont (b. 6/27/38 = 83), Bill Withers (7/4/38—3/30/20 @ 82), Hampton Fancher (b. 7/18/38 = 83), Britt Leach (b. 7/18/38 = 83), Paul Verhoeven (b. 7/18/38 = 83), Sergio Martino (b. 7/19/38 = 83), Danielle De Metz (b. 7/27/38 = 83), David Weston (b. 7/28/38 = 83), Enzo G. Castellari (b. 7/29/38 = 83), Michael Bell (b. 7/30/38 = 83), Ingrid Caven (b. 8/3/38 = 83), Peter Bonerz (b. 8/6/38 = 83), Zeme North (b. 8/7/38 = 83), Burton Gilliam (b. 8/9/38 = 83), Arthur Roberts (b. 8/10/38 = 83), Nina Shipman (b. 8/15/38 = 83), Almut Berg (b. 8/16/38 = 83), Diana Muldaur (b. 8/19/38 = 83), Viva (b. 8/23/38 = 83), Herbert Coward (b. 8/21/38 = 83), Susan Harrison (8/26/38—3/5/2019 @ 80), Anne Whitfield (b. 8/27/38 = 83), Marla Adams (b. 8/28/38 = 83), Parnell McGarry (b. 8/31/38 = 83), Mary Jo Catlett PICTURED (b. 9/2/38 = 83), Danielle De Metz (b. 9/5/38 = 83), Louis Mahoney (September 8, 1938—June 28, 2020 @ 81), Bill Raymond (b. 9/9/38 = 83), Don Quine (b. 9/11/38 = 83), MV5BMjI5MDc3MDUzNF5BMl5BanBnXkFtZTcwMTg4MDYxOA@@._V1_Anne Helm (b. 9/12/38 = 83), Patrick Mower (b. 9/12/38 = 83), Barbara Sharma (b. 9/14/38 = 83), Pia Lindström (b. 9/20/38 = 83), Tom Lester (9/23/38—4/20/20 @ 81), Jonathan Goldsmith (b. 9/26/38 = 83), Tony Darrow (b. 10/1/38 = 83), Sonny Barger (b. 10/8/38 = 83), Barbara Baldavin (b. 10/18/38 = 83), Anna Ferguson (b. 10/22/38 = 83), Humpy Wheeler (b. 10/23/38 = 83), Lara Parker (b. 10/27/38 = 83), Ralph Bakshi (b. 10/29/38 = 83), Frances White (b. 11/1/38 = 83), Arlene Gray (b. 11//4/38 = 83), Joe Pytka (b. 11/4/38 = 83), Chris Robinson (b. 11/5/38 = 83), Barry Newman (b. 11/7/38 = 83), Nieves Navarro (b. 11/10/38 = 83), Michael Schultz (b. 11/10/38 = 83), Brian Davies (b. 11/15/38 = 83), Susse Wold (b. 11/17/38 = 83), Colin Fox (b. 11/20/38 = 83), Helen aka Helen Khan (b. 11/21/38 = 83), Jack Kehoe (11/21/38—1/14/19 @ 81), Jan Rooney (b. 11/23/38 = 83), Reuben Greene (b. 11/24/38 = 83), Carol Mayo Jenkins (b. 11/24/38 = 83), David Newell (b. 11/24/38 = 83), Patrick Bauchau (b. 12/6/38 = 83), Colin Farrell (b. 12/6/38 = 83), Leslie Schofield (b. 12/12/38 = 83), Janette Scott (b. 12/14/38 = 83), Hal Williams (b. 12/14/38 = 83), Roger E. Mosley (b. 12/18/38 = 83), Jaime Sánchez (b. 12/19/38 = 83), Larry Bryggman (b. 12/21/38 = 83), John Quayle (b. 12/21/38 = 83), Philippe Nahon (12/24/38—4/19/2020 @ 81), Jean Hale (b. 12/27/38 = 83), Michèle Mercier (b. 1/1/39 = 82), Oliver Clark (b. 1/4/39 = 82), Nai Bonet (b. 1/6/39 = 82), Marilyn Rockafellow (b. 1/22/39 = 82), Shin'ichi “Sonny” Chiba (1/23/39—8/19/21 @ 82), Angela Thorne (b. 1/25/39 = 82), Scott Glenn (b. 1/26/39 = 82), Janet Suzman (b. 2/9/39 = 82), P.H. Moriarty (b. 2/27/39 = 82), BarBara Luna (b. 3/2/39 = 82), Raymond J. Barry (b. 3/14/39 = 82), Gwen Taylor (b. 2/19/39 = 82), Jonathan Newth (b. 3/6/39 = 82), Kathleen Widdoes (b. 3/21/39 = 82), Lynda Baron (b. 3/24/39 = 82), Robin Hawdon (b. 3/28/39 = 82), Terence Hill (b. 3/29/39 = 82), Roger Davis (b. 4/5/39 = 82), Virginia Kiser (b. 4/5/39 = 82), David Winters (4/5/39—4/23/19 @ 80), Ray Brooks (b. 4/20/39 = 82), Reni Santoni (4/21/39—8/1/20 @ 81), Ann Mitchell (b. 4/22/39 = 82), Mark Slade (b. 5/1/39 = 82), Marco St. John (b. 5/7/39 = 82), Veruschka von Lehndorff (b. 5/14/39 = 82), James Fox (b. 5/19/39 = 82), Stephen Young (b. 5/19/39 = 82), Joshua Bryant (b. 5/30/39 = 82), Alexandra Stewart (b. 6/10/39 = 82), Christina Crawford (b. 6/11/39 = 82), Lee Paul (b. 6/16/39 = 82), Penelope Horner (b. 6/20/39 = 82), Annette Andre (b. 6/24/39 = 82), Barbara Montgomery (b. 6/25/39 = 82), Eileen O'Neill (b. 7/3/39 = 82), Lawrence Pressman (b. 7/10/39 = 82), Tak Fujimoto (b. 7/12/39 = 82), Sid Haig (7/14/39—9/21/19 @ 80), Patrick Wayne (b. 7/15/39 = 82), Charles Cyphers (b. 7/28/39 = 82), Anjanette Comer (b. 8/7/39 = 82), Beverly Powers (b. 8/7/39 = 82), Bulle Ogier (b. 8/9/39 = 82), Oliver Ford Davies (b. 8/12/39 = 82), Miko Mayama (b. 8/15/39 = 82), Eddie Paskey (b. 8/20/39 = 82), Robert Wall (b. 8/22/39 = 82), John Badham (b. 8/25/39 = 82), Polly Adams (b. 8/27/39 = 82), Donna Anderson (b. 9/5/39 = 82), Greg Mullavey (b. 9/10/39 = 82), Ricky Tomlinson (b. 9/26/39 = 82), Garrick Hagon (b. 9/27/39 = 82), Rudolph Walker (b. 9/28/39 = 82), Len Cariou (b. 9/30/39 = 82), Geoffrey Whitehead (b. 10/1/39 = 82), Juliette Kaplan (10/2/39—10/10/19 @ 80), Timothy Carlton (b. 10/4/39 = 82), Marie Laforêt (10/5/39—11/2/2019 @ 80), Ralph Lauren (b. 10/14/39 = 82), Robert F. Lyons (b. 10/17/39 = 82), Tony Roberts (b. 10/22/39 = 82), Arlene Howell (b. 10/25/39 = 82), Danny Goldman (10/30/39—4/12/20 @ 80), Ron Rifkin (b. 10/31/39 = 82), Barbara Bosson (b.11/1/39 = 82), Jo Morrow (b. 11/1/39 = 82), Isela Vega (b. 11/5/39 = 82), Meg Wynn Owen (b. 11/8/39 = 82), Denise Alexander (b. 11/11/39 = 82), Will Ryan (b. 11/13/39 = 82), Yaphet Kotto (11/15/39—3/15/21 @ 81), Enzo Staiola (b. 11/15/39 = 82), Margaret Atwood (b. 11/18/39 = 82), Ian McCullouch (b. 11/18/39 = 82), Rick Lenz (b. 11/21/39 = 82), Allen Garfield (11/22/39—4/7/20 @ 81), Mark Margolis (b. 11/26/39 = 82), Concha Velasco (b. 11/29/39 = 82), Blackie Dammett (12/7/39—5/12/21 @ 81), Jennie Linden (b. 12/8/39 = 82), Jimmy Hunt (b. 12/9/39 = 82), Phil Scotti (b. 12/22/39 = 82), Phil Spector (12/26/39—1/16/21 @ 81), Sandra Knight (b. 1/1/40 = 81), Martin Shakar (b. 1/1/40 = 81), John Castle (b. 1/14/40 = 81), Pietro Torrisi (b. 1/20/40 = 81), Astrid Heeren (b. 1/29/40 = 81), Stuart Margolin (b. 1/31/40 = 81), David Jason (b. 2/2/40 = 81), Dick Warlock (b. 2/5/40 = 81), Kathryn Mullen (b. 2/10/40 = 81), James Laurenson (b. 2/17/40 = 81), Carlin Glynn (b. 2/19/40 = 81), Judy Cornwell (b. 2/22/40 = 81), James Sloyan (b. 2/24/40 = 81), Tim Wylton (b. 2/27/40 = 81), Harvey Jason (b. 2/29/40 = 81), Lili Gentle (b. 3/4/40 = 81), Richard O'Callaghan (b. 3/7/40 = 81), Anita Bryant (b. 3/25/40 = 81), Austin Pendleton (b. 3/27/40 = 81), June Wilkinson (b. 3/27/40 = 81), Hal Stalmaster (b. 3/29/40 = 81), Lisa Mitchell (b. 3/31/40 = 81), Joy Harmon (b. 4/1/40 =81), Penelope Keith (b. 4/2/40 = 81), Wolf Kahler (b. 4/3/40 = 81), Julie Sommars (b. 4/15/40 =81), Burt Young (b. 4/30/40 = 81), Seán Barrett (b. 5/4/40 = 81), Lasse Åberg (5/5/40 = 81), Lance Henriksen (b. 5/5/40 = 81), Emilio Delgado (b. 5/8/40 = 81), Taurean Blacque (b. 5/10/40 = 81), Jennifer Billingsley (b. 5/14/40 = 81), Peggy Moffitt (b. 5/14/40 = 81), Adel Emam (b. 5/17/40 = 81), Peter Gerety (b. 5/17/40 = 81), Joyce Nizzari (b. 5/20/40 = 81), Deanna Dunagan (b. 5/25/40 = 81), David Ackroyd (b. 5/30/40 = 81), Monica Evans (b. 6/7/40 = 81), Ronald Pickup (6/7/40—2/24/21 @ 80), Mary Beth Peil (b. 6/25/40 = 81), Phoebe Dorin (b. 6/26/40 = 81), Kelly Jean Peters (b. 7/2/40 = 81), Michael Cole (b. 7/3/40 = 81), Karolyn Grimes (b. 7/4/40 = 81), Marcia Rodd (b. 7/8/40 = 81), Mills Watson (b. 7/10/40 = 81), Penny Fuller (b. 7/21/40 = 81), Linda Marlowe (b. 7/26/40 = 81), Brigit Forsyth (b. 7/28/40 = 81), Phil Proctor (b. 7/28/40 = 81), Sandra Ellis Lafferty (b. 8/2/40 = 81), Roman Gabriel (b. 8/5/40 = 81), Michael Sarne (b. 8/6/40 = 81), Louise Sorel (b. 8/6/40 = 81), Marilyn Mason (b. 8/7/40 = 81), Marie Versini (b. 8/10/40 = 81), Rolf Skoglund (b. 8/11/40 = 81), Bruce Beresford (b. 8/16/40 = 81), Judy Nugent (b. 8/22/40 = 81), Richard Sanders (b. 8/23/40 = 81), Ken Jenkins (b. 8/28/40 = 81), Larry Hankin (b. 8/31/40 = 81), Jack Thompson (b. 8/31/40 = 81), Beverly Sanders (b. 9/2/40 = 81), Pauline Collins (b. 9/3/40 = 81), Macha Méril (b. 9/3/40 = 81), Cynthia Pepper (b. 9/4/40 = 81), Dario Argento (b. 9/7/40 = 81), Thordis Brandt (b. 9/7/40 = 81), Karin Baal (b. 9/19/40 = 81), Bill Medley (b. 9/19/40 = 81), Paul Williams (b. 9/19/40 = 81), Jeannine Riley (b. 10/1/40 = 81), Sheila Fearn (b. 10/3/40 = 81), Thom Christopher (b. 10/5/40 = 81), Pat Finley (b. 10/14/40 = 81), Christopher Timothy (b. 10/14/40 = 81), Barry Corbin (b. 10/16/40 = 81), Michael Gambon (b. 10/19/40 = 81), Rhoda Gemignani (b. 10/21/40 = 81), Pelé (b. 10/23/40 = 81), Susan Harris (b. 10/28/40 = 81), Jack Shepherd (b. 10/29/40 = 81), Beth Fowler (b. 11/1/40 = 81), Marlène Jobert (b. 11/4/40 = 81), Dakin Matthews (b. 11/7/40 = 81), Lawrence P. Casey (b. 11/8/40 = 81), Carol Connors (b. 11/13/40 = 81, Tony Butala (b. 11/20/40 = 81), Terry Gilliam (b. 11/22/40 = 81), Michael DeLano (b. 11/26/40 = 81), John Alderton (b. 11/27/40 = 81), Connie Booth (b. 12/2/40 = 81), Carol Locatell (b. 12/13/40 = 81), Sharon Farrell (b. 12/24/40 = 81), James Burrows (b. 12/30/40 = 81), Tim Considine (b. 12/31/40 = 81), Gina Golan (b. 1940 = 81), David Hemblen (b. 1940 = 81), Josie Lloyd (b. 1940 = 81), Kika Markham (b. 1940 = 81), John Bennett Perry (b. 1/4/41 = 80), Maggie Mancuso (b. 1/10/41 = 80), Tom Lowell (1/17/41 = 80), David Stollery (b. 1/18/41 = 80), Victoria Carroll (b. 1/21/41 = 80), Bridget Hanley (b. 2/3/41 = 80), David Selby (b. 2/5/41 = 80), Gigi Perreau (b. 2/6/41 = 80), Sheila James Kuehl (b. 2/9/41 = 80), Patricia Field (b. 2/12/41), Bo Svenson (2/13/41 = 80), Florinda Bolkan (b. 2/15/41 = 80), Julia McKenzie (b. 2/17/41 = 80), Andrea Dromm (b. 2/18/41 = 80), Carole Mallory (b. 2/24/41 = 80), Joanie Sommers (b. 2/24/41 = 80), Charlotte Stewart (b. 2/27/41 = 80), John Aprea (b. 3/4/41 = 80), Adrian Lyne (b. 3/4/41 =80), Joanna Frank (b. 3/7/41 = 80), Trish Van Devere (b. 3/9/41 = 80), Wolfgang Petersen (b. 3/14/41 = 80), Valerie Curtin (b. 3/31/41 = 80), Eric Braeden (b. 4/3/41), Michael Moriarty (b. 4/5/41 = 80), Keith Buckley (b. 4/7/41 = 80), Hannah Gordon (b. 4/9/41 = 80), Rod McCary (b. 4/15/41 = 80), Bonnie Beecher (b. 4/25/41 = 80), James Mitchum (b. 5/8/41 = 80), Senta Berger (b. 5/13/41 = 80), Grace Zabriskie (b. 5/17/41 = 80), Diane McBain (b. 5/18/41 = 80), Bobby Burgess (b. 5/19/41 = 80), Nicole Jaffe (b. 5/23/41 = 80), Hal Landon Jr. (b. 5/23/41 = 80), Andrés García (b. 5/24/41 = 80), Robert Logan (b. 5/29/41 = 80), Richard Donat (b. 6/1/41 = 80), Susan Hart (b. 6/2/41 = 80), Jürgen Prochnow (b. 6/10/41 = 80), Andy Romano (b. 6/15/41 = 80), William Lucking (b. 6/17/41 = 80), Roberta Maxwell (b. 6/17/41 = 80), Stephen Frears (b. 6/20/41 = 80), Joe Flaherty (b. 6/21/41 = 80), Lyman Ward (b. 6/21/41 = 80), Michael Lerner (b. 6/22/41 = 80), Roy Marsden (b. 6/25/41 = 80), Chris Noel (b. 7/2/41 = 80), Peggy Miley (b. 7/5/41 = 80), Edy Williams (b. 7/9/41 = 80), Robert Pine (b. 7/10/41 = 80), Holly McIntire (b. 7/13/41 = 80), Jacques Perrin (b. 7/13/41 = 80), Paula Shaw (b. 7/17/41 = 80), Starletta DuPois (b. 7/18/41 = 80), Vikki Carr (b. 7/19/41 = 80), George Clinton (b. 7/22/41 = 80), Laraine Stephens (b. 7/24/41 = 80), Peter Cullen (b. 7/28/41 = 80), David Warner (b. 7/29/41 = 80), Paul Anka (b. 7/30/41 = 80), Fabio Testi (b. 8/2/41 = 80), Martin Jarvis (b. 8/4/41 = 80), Paul Mooney (b. 8/4/41 = 80), Earl Boen (b. 8/8/41 = 80), Dana Ivey (b. 8/12/41 = 80), Jennifer Warren (b. 8/12/41 = 80), Susan Jameson (b. 8/13/41 = 80), Jackie DeShannon (b. 8/21/41 = 80), Jane Merrow (b. 8/26/41 = 80), Barbet Schroeder (b. 8/26/41 = 80) Akiko Wakabayashi (b. 8/26/41 = 80), Harrison Page (b. 8/27/41 = 80), Ellen Geer (b. 8/29/41 = 80), Ben Jones (b. 8/30/41 = 80), Kenneth Kimmins (b. 9/4/41 = 80), Martine Beswick (b. 9/26/41 = 80), Angela Pleasance (b. 9/30/41 = 80), Anne Rice (b. 10/4/41 = 80), Lori Saunders (b. 10/4/41 = 80), Stephanie Cole (b. 10/5/41 = 80), Peter Coyote (b. 10/10/41 = 80), Paul Simon (b. 10/13/41 = 80), Gordon Gebert (b. 10/17/41 = 80), Anneke Wills (b. 10/20/41 = 80), Billy Murray (b. 10/41 = 80), Robert Foxworth (b. 11/1/41 = 80), Archie Hahn (b. 11/1/41 = 80), Beth Brickell (b. 11/13/41 = 80), Jimmy Hawkins (b. 11/13/41 = 80), Tova Borgnine (b. 11/17/41 = 80), Tom Conti (b. 11/22/41 = 80), Franco Nero (b. 11/23/41 = 80), Stuffy Singer (b. 11/24/41 = 80), Tom Morga (b. 11/27/41 = 80), Mary Alice (b. 12/3/41 = 80), Leon Russom (b. 12/6/41 = 80), Valora Noland (b. 12/8/41 = 80),  Fionnula Flanagan (b. 12/10/41 = 80), Pamela Austin (b. 12/20/41 = 80), Annazette Chase (b. 12/18/41 = 80), Tommy Cole (b. 12/20/41 = 80), Peter Helm (b. 12/22/41 = 80), John Capodice (b. 12/25/41 = 80), Maggie McOmie (b. 12/29/41 = 80), Tarita (b. 12/29/41 = 80), Sarah Miles (b. 12/31/41 = 80), Oja Kodar (b. 1941 = 80).

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Names that will be added to my list (once they are officially 80!) in 2022 include:

TBA

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25665a_lgBaby Silas Hathaway, one of the last surviving silent actors, died with no fanfare in 2017. (Image via First National)

Also of note: Wikipedia lists the following as being the only known living silent-movie performers. First, broken down by age, oldest to youngest:

(1) Billy Watson

(2) Mildred Kornman

(3) Garry Watson

Now, in the style of my other lists:

Manoel de Oliveira (1928's Fátima Milagrosa, was the last surviving silent actor who appeared in his first silent film after the age of 18, 12/11/1908—4/2/2015 = 105), Carla Laemmle (was the last survivor of 1925's The Phantom of the Opera & 1932's Dracula, 10/20/09—6/12/14 @ 104), Shep Houghton (1927's Underworld, extra in Gone with the Wind and many other classics—great article on him here—6/4/14—12/15/16 @ 102), Don Marion Davis (10/9/17—12/10/20 @ 103), Fay McKenzie (2/19/18—4/16/19 @ 100), Diana Serra Cary aka Baby Peggy (10/29/18—2/24/20 @ 101), Dorothy Morrison Green (Our Gang shorts, had been last known surviving black actor from silents, family never announced her death, 1/3/19—10/18/17 @ 98), Silas Hathaway (9/2/19—circa 2017 @ 97), Louise Watson (1928's Taxi 13, member of the Watson Family, b. 11/22/19—6/5/18 @ 98)Lassie Lou Ahern (1923's Call of the Wild, Our Gang shorts, 6/25/20—2/15/2018 @ 97), Jack C. Edwards (shorts and uncredited roles, 9/26/20—7/16/18 @ 97)Jean Darling (1927's Bring Home the Turkey, Our Gang shorts, 8/23/22—9/4/15 @ 93)Hanna Maron (allegedly appeared in German silents as a child, 1931's M, 11/22/23—5/30/14 @ 90), Billy Watson (1928's Taxi 13, member of the Watson Family, b. 12/25/23 = 97), 11412330_10153425110069973_2968888670817597934_nKathleen O'Malley (1926's My Old Dutch, 3/31/24—2/25/19 @ 94), Donnie “Beezer” Smith (Our Gang shorts, b. 9/17/23 = 97 — no evidence he's alive), Petra Unkel (b. 3/3/25 = 95 — no evidence she's alive), Mildred Kornman (1926's Thundering Fleas, Our Gang shorts, b. 7/10/25 = 95), Garry Watson (b. 9/27/28 = 99). The same article points out that there is no information as to the status of: Marguerite Allan (8/30/1905—1/29/94 @ 88), Manuel Silos (Filipino actor/director b. 1906, almost certainly dead), Maggie Calloway (Filipina actress, 1910—4/30/00, recently confirmed dead), Baby Ivy Ward (b. 1914, last film made 95 years ago, likely dead, PICTURED with her agent in 1922), Vonda Phelps (1922's The Jungle Goddess, circa 1913/14—9/2/04 @ 89), Sumiko Mizukubo (b. October 10, 1916, likely dead), Loni Nest (1918's The Story of Dida Ibsen, 1920's The Golem, 8/4/15—10/2/90 @ 75), Virginia Marshall (1924's Cornered, 10/1/18—1/30/82 @ 63, recently confirmed dead), Helen Rowland (1922's Silas Marner, b. 10/23/18 or 19—possibly 5/13/78 @ 59, recently considered dead).

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