8 Iconic Actors Who Lived To See Their 100'th Birthday!
He may have been a big cinema icon, a director, a radio personality and the most envied husband in Hollywood. But what he really is, is a man made out of fried chicken, sangria and a lot of happiness. Normal Lloyd and his wife Peggy Craven gave the world serious goals - relationship and lifespan too. His wife of 75 years, Peggy passed away in 2011, aged 98 while Lloyd, himself at a whooping 104 is yet enjoying all the things he loved as a little boy!
This charming lady went on from playing smaller, inconsequential roles in movies to creating a path for herself.Today at 101, this woman has done it all - starred in path breaking films, stared in silent films, married, had kids and even got divorced once. Quite a roller coaster huh?
Kirk Douglas was born in 1916 to a family of Russian immigrants. Issur Danielovitch Demsky changed his name to Kirk Douglas when he was a student. First he served in the Navy and then later took up acting as a career. Today he has over 222 movies in his belt and 3 Oscar nominations. Married twice, he has two kids from each marriage. But the key to his long life is not these achievements, but his companionship with his wife Anne Buydens he proclaims. Anne at 99 is his true soulmate and we couldn't agree more!
Gibson is perhaps the oldest surviving actress from the Golden Age. She was married twice, but has been childless through these marriages. She has acted in various projects, including radio and television. Gibson is 105 years old.
Diana Serra Cary
Silent Era is when the league of this actress started. Becoming popular as Baby Peggy, the career of this girl was short lived as they went bankrupt. Soon she took to writing books and having a family. "I follow a balanced diet and keep myself healthy. I have a house with a beautiful library. But most importantly, I have a loving family: a son and a granddaughter who I give my warmth. I think it has been a huge part of my longevity," the actress says. Today she is 100 years old
Marsha A. Hunt
This 101 year old American actress started her movie career right when she got the leading role at the age of 18. Having done more than 100 movies, she was popular face. Thus social work and politics came naturally. However, this led to Hollywood boycotting her and thus came her career, crashing to the ground. Now Marsha is a positive woman who has a long span to cover!
Earlston J. Cameron
In 1951, Earlston J. Cameron, was the first black actor to star in a leading role of a English movie. He practices the Bahá’í Faith and at 101 continues to be active and supremely focused on making himself a better person each day!
Olivia de Havilland
Remember Gone with the Wind? Well Olivia de Havilland was one of the most popular actresses of Hollywood Cinema, back in the days of Golden Age of Cinema. At 102 years today, she is yet relatively active and can climb stairs, hold long discussions etc. She was the first woman to serve as chairman of the Cannes Film Festival jury.
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