She's turning 70 and is as stunning as can be! We know it's pretty hard to believe, but Jane Seymour celebrates her milestone 70th birthday on Feb. 15, 2021. In honor of her special day, Wonderwall.com is taking a look at some of Hollywood's most beautiful ladies over 70, starting with Jane. The Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actress known for her starring role on the Western drama series "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman" has also appeared in films including "Live and Let Die," "East of Eden," "Onassis: The Richest Man in the World," "War and Remembrance," "Wedding Crashers" and "Just Getting Started." In 2020, she appeared in the movies "The War with Grandpa" and "Friendsgiving." Even after all these years, she's still busy as ever! Next up, Jane — who's also a talented painter — will star in the flicks "Ruby's Choice" and "Sold" and the television series "Glow & Darkness." While she was most recently married to actor James Keach from 1993 to 2015, the British American actress, who was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2000, is currently single. Now keep reading to see more female Hollywood stars who are over 70 and still sizzling…
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Kathy Bates, who was born in 1948, remains one of Hollywood's most acclaimed actresses The Memphis, Tennessee native, who's an Oscar, Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner, earned her first major role in 1971's "Taking Off." She went on to appear in numerous critically acclaimed films including "Misery," "The Waterboy," "Titanic," "Primary Colors," "About Schmidt" and 2019's "Richard Jewell." While she's currently single, Kathy was married to Tony Campisi from 1991 to 1997. As for what's next for the "American Horror Story" actress? She's set to appear in the forthcoming comedy "The Miracle Club" alongside Laura Linney and Maggie Smith.
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Another Hollywood leading lady who is seriously aging well? Faye Dunaway! The Academy-, Golden Globe- and Emmy-winning actress, who was born in 1941, made her feature film debut in 1967's "The Happening." Her career has since flourished — she went on to appear in countless films over the last six decades including "Bonnie and Clyde," "The Thomas Crown Affair," "Mommie Dearest," "The Arrangement," "Chinatown," "Three Days of the Condor," "Network," "Gia," "The Rules of Attraction" and "The Bye Bye Man." Faye is also no stranger to the stage — she's also appeared in plays including "A Man for All Seasons," "After the Fall," "Hogan's Goat" and "A Streetcar Named Desire." She was previously married to singer Peter Wolf from 1974 to 1979 and photographer Terry O'Neill, with whom she shares son Liam, from 1983 to 1987. She'll next appear in the forthcoming drama "Visceral."
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Meryl Streep, who was born in 1949, is one the best actresses to ever grace our screens. Since her debut in the 1970s, she's been nominated for 21 Oscars, 31 Golden Globes, 15 BAFTAs, 14 SAG Awards and four Emmys. Her first Academy Award win came in 1979 after she appeared in "Kramer v. Kramer." She went on to win two more Oscars for her work in 1982's "Sophie's Choice" and 2011's "The Iron Lady." Some of her other critically films include "The French Lieutenant's Woman," "Evil Angels," "The Bridges of Madison County," "Music of the Heart," "The Devil Wears Prada," "Doubt," "August: Osage County," "Florence Foster Jenkins" and "The Post." In 2019, Meryl starred on HBO's celebrated series "Big Little Lies" and in 2020, she appeared in the films "The Prom" and "Let Them All Talk." Next up, she'll appear in the film "Don't Look Up" alongside Leonardo DiCaprio. After longtime partner John Cazale died in 1978, Meryl married sculptor Don Gummer. They are parents to one son and three daughters.
Jane Fonda has been a force to be reckoned with in Hollywood for more than half a century since starting her career on the stage and transitioning to the big screen in the '60s with hits like 1962's "Period of Adjustment" and 1968's "Barbarella." Though Kane, who was born in 1937, announced her retirement in the '90s, she couldn't stay away from the spotlight for long. She went back to work in 2005 alongside Jennifer Lopez in "Monster-in-Law," followed that up with "Georgia Rule" in 2007 and then headed to Broadway where she picked up a Tony nomination for her work in "33 Variations." She currently stars on Netflix's hit series "Grace and Frankie" with another pretty lady over 70, Lily Tomlin. In 2018, Jane appeared in an HBO documentary about her life, "Jane Fonda in Five Acts." As for her love life? The beauty has been married three times: first for eight years to French film director Roger Vadim, with whom she shares daughter Vanessa; next for 17 years to activist Tom Hayden, with whom she shares biological son Troy and adopted daughter Mary Luana; and finally for 10 years to media mogul Ted Turner, whom she divorced in 2001. Jane and record producer Richard Perry ended their eight-year romance in 2017.
Tina Turner was born in 1939. The sexy singer, born Anna Mae Bullock, emerged on the music scene in the '50s, originally going by "Little Ann." By the '60s, she'd adopted the stage name Tina Turner and rose to fame in the Ike & Tina Turner Revue alongside future husband Ike Turner. Ike and Tina had some major hits that decade including "A Fool in Love" and "River Deep – Mountain High," but their union wasn't meant to last. The power couple ended their tumultuous, abusive relationship in 1976 and divorced in 1978. Tina launched a successful solo career in the '80s during which she released the hit album "Private Dancer." The mother of two — she has sons Craig (with ex-boyfriend Raymond Hill) and Ronnie (with Ike) — has remained in the spotlight ever since (though she did move to Switzerland and take citizenship there) and holds some pretty impressive records. In April 2013, she landed the cover of German Vogue, becoming the oldest person worldwide to ever feature on the brand's cover. In March 2018, "Tina: The Tina Turner Musical," a show based on her life story, premiered in London. The musical premiered on Broadway in November 2019. Tina is happily married to longtime love Erwin Bach, whom she dated for 27 years before they wed in 2013.
Dame Helen Mirren, who was born in 1945, is only getting more amazing with age! The talented British beauty, who began acting back in the '60s, has won many of acting's biggest prizes including an Academy Award, four BAFTAs, three Golden Globes, four Primetime Emmys and a Tony. Some of her most lauded work includes roles in 2001's "Gosford Park," 2007's "The Queen" and 2009's "The Last Station." Aside from acting, Helen has also been a face of L'Oreal since 2014 — she signed the deal when she was 69! Next up, she'll appear in "F9," the ninth installment of the "Fast and Furious" franchise, and the television series "Solos." Helen — who previously dated Liam Neeson for years — has been with the same man, director Taylor Hackford, since 1986. They married in 1997.
Diana Ross, who was born in 1944, is aging flawlessly 50 years after we first met her. After starting out in one of the bestselling girl groups of all time, The Supremes, Diana launched an unbelievably successful solo career, releasing hits like "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," "Upside Down" and "I'm Coming Out." But Miss Ross didn't just dominate in the music industry! She added acting to her resume and even picked up Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for her work in 1972's "Lady Sings the Blues." In 2012, Diana — who's sold over 100 million records worldwide — was honored with the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. In February 2018, Diana began a mini Las Vegas residency at the Wynn Hotel & Casino and in 2019, she was honored once again at the Grammy Awards in celebration of her 75th birthday. The sexy songstress is currently single though has two marriages under her belt that yielded five children: daughters Rhonda, Tracee and Chudney and sons Ross and Evan.
Susan Sarandon, who was born in 1946, has been hot in Hollywood since the '70s! The talented beauty's roles have ranged from work in soap operas like "A World Apart" to Broadway plays to cult classics like 1975's "The Rocky Horror Picture Show." The "Thelma and Louise" and "Bull Durham" star is a five-time Academy Award nominee who won an Oscar for her performance in "Dead Man Walking" in 1996. More recently, the actress starred on the first installment of FX's "Feud" playing Bette Davis and in 2018's "Viper Club." Next up, she'll appear in the films "Tunnels," "Butterfly in the Typewriter" and "Bad Moms' Mom." Romantically, Susan's only marriage was to actor Chris Sarandon — he was her her husband for three years in the '70s. The actress chose to keep his last name after their split and went on to have relationships with other men in the spotlight. She was tied to David Bowie at one point and had her three children with subsequent boyfriends: daughter Eva Amurri Martino with Italian filmmaker Franco Amurri, and sons Jack and Miles with actor Tim Robbins. She also made headlines with her long romance with Jonathan Bricklin — he's 30 years her junior — but now appears to be single once more.
What's her secret? Despite looking nearly identical to the lady we met back in the '60s as half of Sonny & Cher, Cher is actually in her mid-70s! The Armenian American beauty, who was born in 1946, carved out a career with one name — an impressive feat — beginning back in 1965 when her hit song "I Got You Babe" hit the airwaves. Working as both part of a husband-wife duo and as a solo artist, Cher stayed on the charts for decades and even made time to act, picking up a Grammy, an Emmy, an Oscar and three Golden Globes along the way. In 2017, she launched her latest Las Vegas show, "Classic Cher," and earned the Billboard Icon Award at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards. One year later, she starred in "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" and released her 26th album, "Dancing Queen." "The Cher Show," a jukebox musical based on Cher's life and music, premiered on Broadway in December 2018. Just as impressive as her illustrious career? Her love life! The superstar was married twice — first to Sonny Bono (with whom she had Chaz Bono, a transgender activist) and then to rocker Gregg Allman (with whom she had Elijah Blue Allman, a musician) — and has also been linked to other stars including Gene Simmons, Eric Stoltz, Val Kilmer, Richie Sambora and Tom Cruise.
We can't help but love Patti LaBelle! The singer, who was born in 1944 and kicked off her career as the lead singer of Patti LaBelle and the Bluebelles — the group that famously released "Lady Marmalade" — went on to craft an incredibly successful solo career. Her self-titled debut album, which was released in 1977 and included the hit single "You Are My Friend," garnered critical acclaim. She's since released an additional 18 studio albums including 2017's "Bel Hommage." Patti, who earned the 1992 Grammy Award for best female R&B vocal performance, has also taken her talents to the big screen — she appeared in the Academy Award-nominated film "A Soldier's Story" and on television shows including "American Horror Story: Freak Show."
Believe it or not, Rita Moreno was born in 1931 (we know, she looks ah-mazing!). The Puerto Rican beauty first came to fame in the 1950s and '60s with critically acclaimed supporting roles in "The King and I" and "West Side Story" (for which she won an Oscar). She's also appeared on "The Electric Company" and "Oz." The EGOT winner more recently starred on the hit Netflix series "One Day at a Time." She is set to executive produce and appear in the 2021 Steven Spielberg remake of "West Side Story." Rita previously dated fellow acting legend Marlon Brando and married cardiologist Leonard Gordon in 1965. The couple welcomed one daughter and were together until Leonard's death in 2010. She has described her marriage as an unhappy one and told People magazine she'd rather "eat glass" than marry again.
Diane Keaton, who was born in 1946, burst onto the Hollywood scene back in the '70s with her first major role in 1972's "The Godfather" before she went on to make movie magic with director (and one-time real-life love) Woody Allen in "Play It Again, Sam" that same year. Her bond with Woody stayed strong, and the two went on to work together seven more times on hits like 1977's "Annie Hall" and 1979's "Manhattan." From that point, she went on to establish herself as a dramatic actress, garnering Academy Award nominations for her work in films like "Reds" in 1981, "Marvin's Room" in 1996 and "Something's Gotta Give" in 2003. And like a fine wine, Diane has only gotten better with age. Aside from critically acclaimed films, she's also starred in commercial hits like "Father of the Bride" and "The First Wives Club," which both topped the box office in the '90s. In 2016, she voiced Jenny in the popular Disney movie "Finding Dory" and starred as Sister Mary on HBO's "The Young Pope." More recently, Diane appeared in 2020's "Love, Weddings & Other Disasters." She's enjoyed high-profile romances with Warren Beatty and Al Pacino. She adopted two children, daughter Dexter and son Duke, and remains single.
Raquel Welch — who was born Born Jo Raquel Tejada in 1940 — was ranked No. 3 on Playboy's "100 Sexiest Stars of the Twentieth Century" list, so it's only fitting that she's on this list of the most beautiful ladies over 70! The lovely Latina became a household name with her small but iconic role in 1966's "One Million Years B.C." and went on to earn critical acclaim for her work in films like the '70s flick "The Three Musketeers" and 1987's "The Right to Die." She more recently appeared in 2017's "How to Be a Latin Lover." Raquel picked up the last name Welch from her first husband, high school sweetheart James Welch, and also had two children with him — son Damon and daughter Tahnee. She has married three other times over the years but told ELLE magazine that she has no plans to marry again after her fourth divorce.
Goldie Hawn has been one of the most celebrated actresses in Hollywood for more than five decades. The star, who was born in 1945, hit it big in the late 1960s when she delivered an Oscar-nominated performance in "Cactus Flower." She continued to star in hit films throughout the '70s, '80s and '90s including "There's a Girl in My Soup," "The Sugarland Express," "Foul Play," "Private Benjamin," "Overboard," "Death Becomes Her," "The First Wives Club and "The Out-of-Towners." After taking a 15-year hiatus from acting, she returned to the big screen in 2017 with a lead role in "Snatched." Married two times, Goldie has been in a relationship with actor Kurt Russell since 1983. The couple, who welcomed son Wyatt in 1986, have famously never wed. Goldie is also a mom to actress Kate Hudson and actor Oliver Hudson, whose dad is her ex-husband Bill Hudson.
"Gidget" herself was born in 1946 and still one of the best looking ladies in Hollywood! Sally Field started her career on the '60s television show "Gidget" before starring on "The Flying Nun" later that decade. Her successful TV career paved the way for one in film as well, culminating in Academy Awards for her work in 1979's "Norma Rae" and 1984's "Places in the Heart." She's picked up plenty more acting accolades and nominations since, most recently for her role as Mary Todd Lincoln in 2012's "Lincoln." In 2018, she released her memoir, "In Pieces," and starred in the hit Netflix miniseries "Maniac." In 2020, she starred on the television series "Dispatches from Elsewhere" alongside Jason Segel. Sally married twice — once to Steven Craig, with whom she had sons Peter and Eli, and again to Alan Greisman, with whom she had son Sam. In between those marriages was one high-profile relationship with a fellow legend — Burt Reynolds. The two starred in "Smokey and the Bandit," "Smokey and the Bandit II," "The End" and "Hooper" together during the late '70s and dated well into the '80s before Sally married Alan, whom she divorced in 1993.
Barbra Streisand, who was born in 1942, is thriving! The New York native is one of the most awarded celebrities in all of Hollywood with two Academy Awards, 10 Grammys, five Emmys and a Special Tony Award — making her one of the few EGOT-level entertainers. Barbra began her career in the 1960s with a string of successful singles and albums. She'd transitioned into film by the end of the decade with appearances in "Funny Girl," "A Star is Born" and "The Way We Were." She's since become one of the bestselling recording artists of all time, with 150 million albums and singles sold worldwide. Barbra — who famously directed three films including 1983's "Yentl," in which she also starred — released her 36th studio album, "Walls," in 2018. She's been married twice: first to actor Elliott Gould, with whom she welcomed her only child, Jason, and to James Brolin since 1998.
Mary Poppins herself makes the list — she was born in 1934! The graceful and gorgeous Julie Andrews started her career as a child actress on the stage and eventually made the leap to the silver screen in 1964's "Mary Poppins," a performance that earned her an Academy Award for best actress. Next, the star picked up a best actress Golden Globe for "The Sound of Music" the following year. She's still working today: Julie created the 2017 Netflix show "Julie's Greenroom" with daughter Emma, who's Julie's only biological child (Emma's father is Julie's first husband, set designer Tony Walton). Julie adopted daughters Amy and Joanna with her late second husband, Blake Edwards. In 2020, she voiced Lady Whistledown on Shonda Rhimes' hit Netflix series "Bridgerton" and in 2021, she'll voice Marlena Gru in "Minions: The Rise of Gru."
Lily Tomlin was born in 1939 and, like pal (and "Grace and Frankie" co-star) Jane Fonda, shows no signs of retiring anytime soon! The actress has been charming audiences since the '60s. Lily's career has been varied, ranging from stand-up comedy to film to Broadway. She also voiced Ms. Frizzle on the popular children's television show "The Magic School Bus." She reprised her role as Ms. Frizzle in the 2017 Netflix sequel "The Magic School Bus Rides Again." This unique trajectory coupled with her success earned Lily the Screen Actors Guild's Life Achievement Award in 2017. In her personal life, Lily has been a one-woman lady: She met partner Jane Wagner back in 1971 and married her 42 years later in 2013. The two have collaborated on many projects, most recently the 2013 documentary "An Apology to Elephants."
Margaret Avery, who was born in 1944, is stunning! The actress made a name for herself in the '80s portraying Shug Avery in "The Color Purple." Margaret picked up a best supporting actress Oscar nomination for her performance in the film and has continued to work steadily ever since. She most recently starred as Helen Patterson on BET's hit show "Being Mary Jane" and appeared alongside Taraji P. Henson in 2018's "Proud Mary." The star is a mother of one: She shared daughter Aisha with ex-husband Robert Hunt.
It's only fitting that Italian siren Sophia Loren, who was born in 1934, makes the cut, as she got into acting by way of beauty pageants! Transitioning into acting in the '50s, the gorgeous gal was quickly signed by Paramount for a five-picture deal in 1956. She earned an Academy Award for best actress less than a decade later for her work in 1962's "Two Women." After having two children with husband Carlo Ponti, sons Carlo Ponti Jr. and Edoardo, Sophia opted to step away from the spotlight, only taking on occasional roles. Her most recent major film role was in 2009's "Nine" alongside Daniel Day-Lewis and Penelope Cruz.
Betty White has the distinction of being the oldest beauty on this list — she was born in 1922! Though best known for her roles on "The Mary Tyler Moore" show in the '70s and "The Golden Girls" in the '80s and '90s, her career has spanned 80 years. Betty has amassed plenty of acting accolades including eight Emmys, three Screen Actors Guild Awards and even one Grammy in 2011 for best spoken word recording! She most recently voiced a character in 2019's "Toy Story 4." Betty was married three times. Third husband Allen Ludden passed away from stomach cancer in 1981. Betty never remarried and has no children, although she is a stepmother to Allen's three kids.
Thighmaster extraordinaire and "Three's Company" star Suzanne Somers earns a spot on this list as she was born in 1946. The blonde bombshell starred as Chrissy Snow on the famous sitcom in the '70s before building a varied career that included stints in Playboy, a bevy of infomercial campaigns and a role as a mom of many on "Step By Step" in the '90s. From there, she had her own daytime talk show for a season, hosted "Candid Camera," performed on Broadway in her own one-woman show and penned several books. Two of those non-fiction books are based on controversial practices in the health industry, including bioidentical hormone replacement therapy (her book "Ageless") and exploring alternative treatments to chemotherapy (her book "Knockout"). The star, who beat breast cancer in 2000, popped back up on television screens on ABC's "Dancing With the Stars" in 2015 and came in ninth place. Off screen, Suzanne's been married to Alan Hamel since 1977. Before that, she was married to Bruce Somers, with whom she has one son, Bruce Jr.
The one and only Dolly Parton was born in 1946. She's country royalty who's been on the scene since the '60s when she joined Porter Wagoner on his eponymous weekly television show. The duo's duets charted high, which helped Dolly carve out her own successful solo career marked by her biggest hit, "Jolene," in 1973, which she followed up with hits "I Will Always Love You" and "Love Is Like a Butterfly" that same year. Her career has continued to soar through the years, so much so that in 1998, she was named the wealthiest country music star. In 2019, she starred on Netflix's "Dolly Parton's Heartstrings" and in 2020, she starred in the holiday film "Christmas on the Square." In recent years, the Dollywood theme park founder's net worth has been estimated at around $500 million. The bubbly blonde has been married to Carl Thomas Dean since 1966.
Gladys Knight, who was born in 1944, is an icon in the music industry who has multiple Grammys on her mantle. The gorgeous singer, best known for her career in the '60s and '70s marked by hits including "I Heard It Through the Grapevine" and "Neither of Us (Wants to be the First to Say Goodbye)," hasn't shied away from the spotlight while getting older. In fact, lately, she's kept her acting career alive by appearing as herself on the show "Star" in 2017 and guest starring on an episode of "Hawaii Five-0" in 2018. Her personal life has been as busy as her career: Gladys has been married four times and has three children — James, Kenya and Shanga.
British actress Charlotte Rampling was born in 1945. Though she started in the modeling world, Charlotte quickly transitioned to film, starring in European arthouse flicks in three different languages — English, French and Italian. The trilingual beauty also found work on the small screen, earning an Emmy nomination for her performance in the 2012 miniseries "Restless" and a Golden Globe nomination for her work on "London Spy" in 2017. She also starred on the cult classic "Dexter" and released her autobiography in both French and English editions. In 2021, she'll appear in Denis Villeneuve's adaptation of "Dune" alongside stars like Timothée Chalamet. Charlotte — who's currently single and living in Paris — has two marriages under her belt and two sons, Barnaby and David.
She was born Diana Ellen Judd in 1946, but you know her better as Naomi Judd. The country music star-turned-actress is one-half of country music's most iconic mother-daughter duo, The Judds, alongside daughter Wynonna Judd, and knows a thing or two about aging gracefully — she wrote the book on it! "Naomi's Guide To Aging Gracefully: Facts, Myths, And Good News for Boomers" is filled to the brim with knowledge on aging well, which she largely credits to changing your attitude. And though she's 'fessed up to having had a face lift, her book deals with embracing her years. Naomi, who had Wynonna as well as actress daughter Ashley Judd with first husband Michael Ciminella in the '60s, has been married to Larry Strickland of the gospel group the Palmetto State Quartet since 1989.