See Halle Berry, Gavin Rossdale, Sandra Bullock, Brad Pitt and more celebrities who have sailed into their 50s and look far beyond good.
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(Credit: Getty Images / Alberto E. Rodriguez)Halle Berry (born Aug. 14, 1966): Best known for her iconic portrayal of Storm in the “X-Men” series, Berry kicked off her film debut in the 1991’s “Jungle Fever.” Berry, who is one of the highest paid actresses in Hollywood, later starred in “Introducing Dorothy Dandridge,” an HBO biopic. The actress earned a Golden Globe Award and Emmy Award for her role.
(Credit: Getty Images / Jeff Spicer)Gavin Rossdale (born Oct. 30, 1965): The Bush frontman and Gwen Stefani’s ex-husband is also a coach on “The Voice UK.”
(Credit: Getty Images / Valerie Macon)Stacey Dash (born Jan. 20, 1967): In the grand Hollywood tradition, Dash was in her late 20s when she played high schooler Dionne in “Clueless.” She went on to work as a Fox News commentator — where she called for an end to Black History Month and the BET channel, and was suspended after using profanity on-air — until Fox failed to re-up her contract for 2017.
Jamie Lee Curtis
(Credit: AP)Jamie Lee Curtis: (born Nov. 22, 1958) The daughter of actors Janet Leigh and Tony Curtis, Jamie Lee Curtis launched her career as a “scream queen,” appearing as the main damsel-in-distress in such horror films as “Halloween” (1978), “Prom Night” (1980) and “The Fog” (1980). As her career evolved, Curtis went on to star in several mainstream TV and movie comedies and dramas, but currently (and fittingly) stars as “Cathy Munsch” in the FOX Networks program “Scream Queens.”
(Credit: AP)Diane Lane: (born Jan. 22, 1965) Starring in such classic 1980s films as “The Outsiders” (1983) and “Streets of Fire” (1984), Lane went on to score an Academy Award Nomination for Best Actress for the movie “Unfaithful.” (2002) She has currently been appearing as Martha Kent, mother of Clark Kent/ Superman in “Man of Steel” and “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.”
(Credit: Getty Images / Neilson Barnard)Iman: (born July 25, 1955) Although her full name is Iman Abdulmajid, the supermodel and actress is identified professionally only by her first name. She suffered a personal tragedy in 2016, as her husband, rock icon David Bowie passed away at age 69.
(Credit: Getty Images)Sigourney Weaver: (born Oct. 8, 1949) Weaver is best known for playing the gritty heroine “Ellen Ripley” in the “Alien” film series, but has also starred in such films as the original “Ghostbusters” (1984, and its 1989 sequel), “Working Girl” (1988) and “Galaxy Quest” (1999). She has most recently appeared in the 2016 movie reboot of “Ghostbusters” and as her own voice in “Finding Dory” (2016
(Credit: AP)Kim Cattrall: (born Aug. 21, 1956) Before appearing as “Samantha” on the HBO Networks series “Sex and the City,” Cattrall had already established herself in film, starring in such movies as “Police Academy” (1984), “Mannequin” (1987), “Big Trouble in Little China” (1986) and “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country” (1991). She has most recently appeared in the HBO Canada TV program “Sensitive Skin.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Ellen Barkin: (born April 16, 1954) The winner of both a Tony and an Emmy Award, Barkin also has a lengthy film career, appearing in such movies as “Tender Mercies” (1983), “The Big Easy” (1987), “Switch” (1991), “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas” (1998) and “Ocean’s Thirteen” (2007). She is recently starring as “Smurf” in the TNT Networks series “Animal Kingdom.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Marisa Tomei (born Dec. 4, 1964): She got her start on the soap “As the World Turns” and the “Cosby Show” spinoff, “A Different World,” then went on to win an Oscar for her performance in the 1992 comedy “My Cousin Vinny.” Tomei has recently taken on the recurring “Aunt May” character (guardian of Peter Parker AKA Spider-Man) in the Marvel Comics Universe films.
(Credit: AP / Jordan Strauss)Sandra Bullock (born July 26, 1964): The “Miss Congeniality” actress (who won the 2010 Oscar for her role in “The Blind Side”) was named People magazine’s “World’s Most Beautiful Woman” for 2015.
(Credit: AP)John Stamos (born Aug. 19, 1963): The Dannon Greek Yogurt guy will always be Uncle Jesse to us thanks to his many years on 1990s sitcom “Full House.”
(Credit: AP / Amy Sussman)Rob Lowe (born March 17, 1964): Most recently finding success on “Parks and Recreation,” past hits have included “The Outsiders” and “St. Elmo’s Fire.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Brad Pitt (born Dec. 18, 1963): Mr. Angelina Jolie made his mark in “Thelma & Louise” as a hot drifter cowboy in 1991.
(Credit: Getty Images)David Duchovny (born Aug. 7, 1960): The actor has been a regular in our living rooms from the sci-fi hit “The X-Files” (1993-2002) to “Californication.”
Vanessa L. Williams
(Credit: AP)Vanessa L. Williams (born March 18, 1963): The onetime Miss America winner has had numerous TV roles from “Ugly Betty” to “666 Park Avenue.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Valerie Bertinelli (born April 23, 1960): We first knew her as young Barbara Cooper on “One Day at a Time” in the 1970s and ’80s, and now she stars in TV Land’s “Hot in Cleveland.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Liam Neeson (born June 7, 1952): The Irish actor has reinvented himself as a box office badass in films including “Taken” and “Non-Stop.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Angela Bassett (born Aug. 16, 1958): Best known for playing Anna Mae Bullock, aka Tina Turner, in 1992’s “What’s Love Got to Do With It?”
(Credit: AP )Daniel Day-Lewis (born April 29, 1957): The chameleon-like Oscar winner has transformed himself for movies including “Lincoln” and “There Will Be Blood.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Gina Gershon (born June 10, 1962): She’ll always be Cristal Connors (“Showgirls”) to us.
(Credit: AP )Viggo Mortensen (born Oct. 20, 1958): The actor has worked with top directors from Peter Jackson (“The Lord of the Rings” trilogy) to David Cronenberg (“A History of Violence,” “Eastern Promises”).
Olivia Newton John
(Credit: Handout)Olivia Newton John (born Sept. 6, 1948): The actress and singer brought both talents to 1978’s “Grease” and 1980’s “Xanadu.”
(Credit: AP)Jane Leeves (born April 18, 1961): Best known for playing Daphne on the Emmy Award-winning sitcom “Fraiser,” the actress has also had success on “Hot in Cleveland.”
(Credit: AP )John Schneider (born April 8, 1960): Hunky Bo Duke on “Dukes of Hazzard” went on to play Superman’s dad on “Smallville” (2001-2011).
(Credit: Getty Images)Raquel Welch (born Sept. 5, 1940): Who can forget that bikini in 1966’s “One Million Years B.C.”?
(Credit: AP)Giancarlo Esposito (born April 26, 1958): He’s covered everything from righteous (Buggin’ Out in “Do the Right Thing”) to sinister (Tom Neville in “Revolution”).
(Credit: AP )Meryl Streep (born June 22, 1949): The multiple Oscar winner has earned statues for her roles in “The Iron Lady” and “Kramer vs. Kramer.”
(Credit: AP )Kim Basinger (born Dec. 8, 1953): She won an Oscar for her role in “LA Confidential” in 1998.
(Credit: AP )Hugh Grant (born Sept. 9, 1960): The actor has brought his British charms to romantic comedies including “About a Boy” and “Bridget Jones’ Diary.”
(Credit: AP)Julianne Moore (born Dec. 3, 1960) She has had varied roles on television (on “As The World Turns,” “30 Rock”) and film (“Boogie Nights,” “Far From Heaven”).
(Credit: EPA )Dylan McDermott (born Oct. 26, 1961): Defining TV roles include Bobby on “The Practice” and Ben on “American Horror Story.”
(Credit: AP)Sharon Stone (born March 10, 1958): Best known for her leading role in the 1992 thriller “Basic Instinct.”
(Credit: AP)Ken Watanabe (Born Oct. 21, 1959): Best known as Saito in “Inception.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Demi Moore (born Nov. 11, 1962): The Brat Pack member grew up in “About Last Night” and “St. Elmo’s Fire” and starred opposite Patrick Swayze in “Ghost.”
(Credit: AP )Lance Reddick (born Dec. 31, 1962): Best known for playing Cedric Daniels in “The Wire” and, more recently, Phillip Broyles on “Fringe.”
Emma Thompson (born April 15, 1959): Her roles have included Nanny McPhee, Sybil Trelawney in the Harry Potter films and Elinor Dashwood in “Sense and Sensibility.”
(Credit: AP )George Clooney (born May 6, 1961): Knows for his roles “ER” and the “Ocean’s Eleven” films, the actor received an Oscar nomination for his leading role in “The Descendants.”
(Credit: AP)Susan Sarandon (born Oct 4. 1946): Best known for her roles in 1977’s “Rocky Horror Picture Show” and 1991’s “Thelma and Louise.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Antonio Banderas (born Aug. 10, 1960): The Spanish-born actor has starred in Pedro Almodovar films (“The Skin I Live In,” “Labyrinth of Passion”) to Hollywood fare (“Zorro”).
(Credit: AP )Michelle Pfeiffer (born April 29, 1958): Known for her role as Catwoman in 1992’s “Batman Returns.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Johnny Depp (born June 9, 1963): Best known for playing eccentric characters including vampire Barnabus Collins in “Dark Shadows,” Captain Jack Sparrow in the “Pirates of the Caribbean” series, Willy Wonka in 2005’s “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” and the title role in the 1990’s “Edward Scissorhands.”
(Credit: AP )Holly Hunter (born March 20, 1958): Best known for her role in 1993’s “The Piano.”
(Credit: AP)Pierce Brosnan (born May 16, 1953): The Irish actor is equal parts “Remington Steele” and James Bond.
(Credit: Getty Images)Helen Mirren (born July 26, 1945): The Dame’s decades-spanning career includes her Oscar-winning portrayal of Queen Elizabeth in 2006’s “The Queen.”
(Credit: AP)John Slattery (born Aug. 13, 1962): The “Mad Men” actor also gave a notable turn as Victor Lang on “Desperate Housewives.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Kelly Preston (born Oct. 13, 1962): Best known as a former model and actress in the 1996 film, “Jerry Maguire.”
(Credit: Getty Images)Jennifer Tilly (born Sept. 16, 1958): Best known for her roles in the “Chucky” horror films.
Lou Diamond Phillips
(Credit: AP )Lou Diamond Phillips (born Feb. 17, 1962): Probably best known for his role in the 1987 film “La Bamba.”
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