It seems 60 is the new 40 — and this list of celebs celebrating the end of their sixth decade proves that! Wonderwall.com is talking a look at the stars who are turning 60 in 2018, starting with this Hollywood legend. Jamie Lee Curtis celebrates her 60th b-day on Nov. 22. She recently returned to the role that made her a star — Laurie Strode from 1978's "Halloween." Now keep reading to get the scoop on more stars who are turning 60…
Alan Jackson turned 60 on Oct. 17. Alan — who released a song called "The Older I Get" last year — was also inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame earlier this year.
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Rock 'n' roll queen Joan Jett celebrated her 60th b-day on Sept. 22. No matter her age, the "Cherry Bomb" singer will always be a music legend!
Madonna turned 60 on Aug. 16 and celebrated her big birthday by hosting a massive fundraiser through Facebook for her Raising Malawi foundation. "I have an unwavering commitment to providing vulnerable children with a loving home. For my birthday, I can think of no better gift than connecting my global family with this beautiful country and the children who need our help most," the superstar told the Associated Press. "Every dollar raised will go directly to meals, schools, uniforms and health care. I want to come together with my friends, fans and supporters to change the lives of Malawian children and let them know they are nurtured, protected and loved."
Angela Bassett was born on the same day as Madonna: Aug. 16, 1958. "As long as I can keep doing what I want to do, I'm fine with it," she told AARP of turning 60. "I just don't want to slow down. It's important to surround yourself with good people, interesting people, young people, young ideas. Go places, learn new stuff. Look at the world with wonder — don't be tired about it." Clearly whatever she's doing to slow the aging process is working!
Alec Baldwin turned 60 on April 3. He celebrated his big day by professing his love to his wife, Hilaria Baldwin, in the caption of a photo of her on Instagram. "On my 60th birthday, I want to express my bottomless gratitude for this woman who has given me a life so filled with love," wrote the actor. The following month, the couple welcomed their fourth child together.
Ellen DeGeneres turned 60 on Jan. 26. She celebrated with a star-studded birthday bash. A-list guests included Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, The Weeknd, Jennifer Lopez, John Legend, Jennifer Lawrence, Chrissy Teigen, Kim Kardashian West, Kanye West, Bruno Mars, Amy Schumer, Melissa McCarthy and Olivia Munn while performers included Pink, Pharrell Williams, Diddy, French Montana and Melissa Etheridge.
Gary Oldman turned 60 on March 21. "I'm not a super birthday person," he told W magazine in the months leading up to his big day. "I'm happy to have a little party, I'm happy to have a small dinner to celebrate my 60th birthday. And then, beyond that, I don't wanna know what date it is. I have no interest in being 61, 62, 63; I could not care less."
Michelle Pfeiffer celebrated her 60th birthday on April 29. That didn't stop her from totally owning "Ant-Man and the Wasp," which opened in theaters just two months later.
Kevin Bacon turned 60 on July 8. The day before his birthday, he took to Instagram to share a photo of himself reading an early b-day gift from his mother-in-law: a copy of the Dr. Seuss book "You're Only Old Once!" He spent his actual birthday touring the "David Bowie Is" exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum with wife Kyra Sedgwick.
Duran Duran singer Simon Le Bon will always be one of "The Wild Boys" …even though he turned 60 on Oct. 27.
Ice-T turned 60 on Feb. 16. "Daily Game: You shouldn't worry about turning 60…… You should worry about NOT turning 60," he tweeted, calling the benchmark birthday a "win" because he "was not supposed to make it outta my 20s."
Sharon Stone turned 60 on March 10. The day before her big day, she proved that age truly is just a number by rocking a string bikini while hanging out on the beach in Miami with her much younger boyfriend.
The incredibly sexy Viggo Mortensen seems to be aging like a fine wine. The "Green Book" star celebrated his 60th birthday on Oct. 20.
Patricia Heaton celebrated her 60th birthday on March 4. But her youthful appearance isn't exactly natural: "I love fillers and Botox, if you do it so that you still look like yourself, you just look like your best self," she told People magazine a couple months after she turned 60. "We've all seen people who have gone way over the top with that stuff. Obviously, that's not what you want to look like. I think in our industry in particular, any actress who has had too much work done stops working because you start looking kind of strange, and the camera really picks up stuff." Added the actress, "I think we're just in this great time where we have all these incredible scientific advances for your health and for the way you look. I think, if you use them in the right way, it's a beautiful thing. I'm so happy to be able to take advantage of it."
Annette Bening turned 60 on May 29. "Aging right now, in the culture we're in? There are some crazy ideas out there, and a lot of pressure is put on women, and men too," she told WebMD not long after her big birthday. "So everyone has to handle it in his or her own way. Certainly, being a public person, it can be tricky sometimes. I don't think there's any moral high ground for anyone who does, or doesn't do, plastic surgery or fillers."
Funnyman Drew Carey celebrated his 60th on May 23. He spent his big birthday on the set of "The Price Is Right," which he's hosted since 2007. "Yep, hate to admit it: [I'm] 60 years old," he said as the cameras rolled.
"Frasier" alum Bebe Neuwirth will celebrate her 60th birthday on Dec. 31.
Holly Hunter celebrated her 60th birthday on March 20. "I'm working on 40 years of being an actress and of course I'm proud of that," she told The Guardian in the months leading up to her big birthday. "But also with that has come the price to be paid for being a female in the movie industry. It's a hard tightrope to navigate and then to be an older woman, it has its own very special challenges. But I've worked even when people didn't know that I was working. Sometimes it's very difficult to do a movie that's good and then have that movie make it to the light of day."
Holly Hunter's "Here and Now" co-star, Tim Robbins, also turned 60 this year — on Oct. 16. Coincidentally, on the pilot episode of their HBO drama, which debuted earlier this year, Holly's character throws Tim's character a 60th birthday party.
That rock 'n' roll life doesn't last forever! (Or does it?!) Mötley Crüe co-founder Nikki Sixx will celebrate his 60th birthday on Dec. 11.
Andie MacDowell turned 60 on April 21. "Mature women are interesting," she told ABC News Radio a month before her big birthday. "I mean, it's a different time than in your 30s or even in your 40s, but it doesn't mean that we are lacking in any way. … I think maybe, perhaps in a lot of ways, we're even richer in character." She also said that she plans to celebrate turning 60 throughout the year: "I want to do something significant this year," she said. "I'm going to allow myself to celebrate this birthday all year 'round, not just on a day. It's a big one so I really wanna go to India — I've gotta figure that out — or the other idea is to go live in Paris for a month."
Jennifer Tilly and her very recognizable voice turned 60 on Sept. 16. The actress has been voicing Bonnie on "Family Guy" since 1999.
Director Tim Burton joined the illustrious 60 club on Aug. 25. His next film will be the live-action "Dumbo" remake, which is due in March 2019.
"Terminator 2: Judgement Day" star Robert Patrick turned the big 6-0 on Nov. 5.
Marg Helgenberger celebrated the big 60 on Nov. 16. The "CSI" alum has taken a break from acting in recent years.
The Go-Go's frontwoman Belinda Carlisle turned 60 on Aug. 17. The iconic singer is still actively touring!
Comedian Jeff Foxworthy turned 60 on Sept. 6. It might be time to retire the redneck jokes and trade them in for AARP ones!
Mark Cuban turned 60 on July 31. The entrepreneur and "Shark Tank" star celebrated with a massive birthday bash featuring performances by Stevie Wonder and The Chainsmokers.
It's hard to believe that Megan Mullally turned 60 on Nov. 12. The "Will & Grace" star almost seems ageless in her portrayal of sassy Karen on the hit show.
Country music singer Tanya Tucker celebrated the big 6-0 on Oct. 10.
Scientist and TV personality Neil deGrasse Tyson celebrated his 60th birthday on Oct. 5. The astrophysicist continues to fight the good fight to educate people about climate change.
Legendary vocalist Andrea Bocelli turned 60 on Sept. 22. "My ID says so, but I try not to think about it," he told the Los Angeles Times earlier this year of his big birthday.
The Queen of Detroit, Anita Baker, who's been on her farewell tour this year, hit 60 on Jan. 26. "It's such a blessing to see this morning," she said in a video that she posted on Twitter on her birthday.
"Gilmore Girls" actor Scott Patterson turned 60 on Sept. 11. He will always be Luke Danes to us!
Hip-hop pioneer Grand Master Flash celebrated his 60th birthday on Jan. 1.