Had you ever considered your favorite personalities? Like the person who was your favorite show star or the person who sang your most wanted song? Some of these celebrities continued their career until it could not be carried by their body, while others retired because they achieved their desired life. It didn’t mean that if they were out of the public eye, they were dead. The missing stars that were lost in the spotlight but were still breathing were tackled by this list. Because these stars were still alive, there was no need for a lawyer or inheritance lawyer yet.
Olivia de Havilland – Age 104
Olivia de Havilland was Lillian Fontaine’s daughter, a British actress. Her mother had great acting skills, which she inherited. In The Adventures of Robin, Gone with the Wind, and To Each of His Own, she was the star. Her first appearance was in the ’30s and she was an actress who won an Academy Award. Due to how she was portrayed in the movie, she filed a complaint against the FX Networks, but the settlement of the lawsuit was considered unnecessary and resulted in a veto.
Victoria Principal – Age 70
If you were a Dallas soap opera fan, you’d probably see Victoria Principal as Pamela Barnes Ewing in the play. It was televised from 1978-1991, but she left her act in 1987. She started her own business after leaving. Her business name was Victoria Principal Production, selling skincare products. Victoria was an author. She wrote a book on beauty, health, fitness, skincare, and well-being. Her last performance was on Dallas Reunion TV in 2004.
Rhonda Fleming – Age 97
Rhonda Fleming was a 97-year-old actress labeled as “Queen of Technicolor” She was Hollywood’s most attractive celebrities. She directed forty films in her early 40s and 50s. She gradually left her career in 1960. Other than acting, she had another source of income and a real estate investor. She starred in other 60’s movies. Since then she had been able to spend $10 million on her savings on her future necessities and even gave the charity some of her wealth.
Jane Powell – Age 91
In her ’40s, Jane Powell was a musical artist. She had a contract with the same company as Arlene Dahl, with photos of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. She was the star of Judy’s A Date, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, and Hit the Deck. She rarely performed in movies during the ’50s but focused on working in the theatre. Like Fred Astaire and Elizabeth Taylor, Powell performed with other legendary stars. After divorcing her fourth ex-husband, Jane married the previous child star actor, Dickie Moore. Until his dying day, Dickie stayed with her.
Gene Reynolds – Age 96
In 1934, Gene Reynolds became an actor, playing numerous roles in MGM films. He was in the army when World War II broke out. After the war, the director returned to Hollywood. Gene was one of M*A*S*H’s successful creators. He was nominated for 24 Emmy awards. For 4 years, Gene became Director’s Guild leader. He married Ann Sweeny in 1979, who bore a son.
Janis Paige – Age 98
On Broadway, Janis Paige was a talented singer and actress. In Remains To Be Seen and The Game of Pajama, she had a role. She quickly became a celebrity TV show and movie and even got a star on Hollywood Boulevard. Her profession had difficult times, like when she was poorly coached, damaging her voice. She recovered after some medical treatment. If we were in her shoes, we would try our best to compensate for our insurance company. She wrote an article published by the Hollywood Reporter that assaulted her at age 22.
Jacqueline White – Age 98
Jacqueline White was still alive and healthy at the age of 98. She was another celebrity that we thought had long since gone. Her career was short, and in the year 1950, she chose to retire. She decided to marry Bruce Anderson and retire. In Narrow Margin, she performed a role even though she had retired. She gave birth to her first child in LA, where Stanly Rubin offered her a role. She became active after several years. Even in 2005, at some events, she was usually seen.
Chuck Yeager – Age 97
One of the celebrities who joined the army was Chuck Yaeger. He was a star at great heights, literally. He tested the latest aircraft model with the first person to break the sound barrier. Because of his service in the air force, he received several awards and a total of $1.5 million that could make his life more comfortable, but because his younger wife misused him, he was troubled about his child’s affair. Because of this, he should call an inheritance attorney.
Mitzi Gaynor – Age 89
Mitzi Gaynor was known as an actress, dancer, singer. After starring in There’s No Business Like Show Business in 1954, she became famous. She was one of the stars in the South Pacific after 4 years, but this was not the only role she was capable of. She appeared in musical films like Golden Girl, while she led the female acting in 1954, Three Young Texans. She appeared in several TV events in 1968, which earned $50 million. Even younger celebrities like Mrs. Maisel refer to her as their inspiration.
John Astin – Age 90
If you remember Gomez Addams, you’d remember John Astin. The Addams Family was one of the most famous television shows from 1964-66. He also played his role in 1977 with his co-actors in the Addams Family. John Astin, the actor and voice artist, taught his students how to act and direct a movie at John Hopkins University at the age of 88. Astin lived with Valerie Ann, his wife, in Sandoval, Baltimore. They had five sons, and 2 followed in their dad’s footsteps. He was a hardworking actor in the Justice League Action 2017 film.
Ann Blyth – Age 92
One of the last stars of the Hollywood Golden Age was Ann Blythe. She was a famous actress and singer, and she was still beautiful at 92. She performed in several musicals and was known for playing a role in Mildred Pierce movie. For her performance, she was selected for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She often performed in some of her shows on the other side of her life to focus on her family after marrying Dr. James McNulty. She remained faithful until her dying days.
Christopher Plummer – Age 91
When Christopher Plummer acted in The Sound of Music, he became famous. His long and fruitful career made him a famous celebrity. He became Canada’s pride. At 82, he won a Lifetime Achievement Canadian Screen Award and an Academy Award. He was the oldest actor to achieve such an accomplishment. Besides his performance. He was a scriptwriter, some of whom he wrote for concert halls, plays, and TV shows. He received several doctorates from different universities, even attending McGill Universities. He had 50 years of experience and truly deserved rest.
Angela Lansbury – Age 95
Angela Lansbury was an official Dame and enjoyed her career in television shows as a performer on stage and acting. She was an American English, and Irish combination. Murder, She Wrote, and Gypsy were some of her well-known performances. After all the years of her career, she still hasn’t retired. In the 2019 film Mary Poppins, she was seen and would have a role in the movie called The Adventure of Buddy Thunder.
June Lockhart – Age 95
In the 1950s and 60s, June Lockhart was a famous American actress. She played part in Lost in Space and Lassie. Her fanbase increased in popularity and also increased. She was on Broadway and won a Tony Award for her great performance. Other Hollywood celebrities got a single star on Hollywood Boulevard while having two in her career for her wonderful achievements. She succeeded in her occupation, but not in her relationship. For her two failed marriages, she hired a divorce attorney. But on the bright side, she earned $10 million annually.
Peggy Stewart – Age 95
Peggy Stewart was West’s well-known B-movie star. She always portrayed the role of tough women who could defend themselves and need not be saved. Her career failed in her 60s, and she thought she was semi-retired, as she rarely performed a scene in those years. But she became active in her career in 2000 and appeared in 2009 and 2010 in some of the few scenes in The Office series. Until he died in 2000, Peggy became faithful to her husband.
Arlene Dahl – Age 95
By signing a contract with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Arlene Dahl kicked off her career. In 1948, she performed in The Bride Goes Wild. She became a director for a line of beauty products during the ’70s where she earned $ 750,000 annually. However, in 1981, she nearly declared bankruptcy. She wrote various books about beauty and astrology after the incident.
Dick Van Dyke – Age 95
Dick Van Dyke had numerous appearances, but what he was best known for was his role in Mary Poppins. He had a fake British accent as well. When he was 87, he had a serious car accident. As his Jaguar was immersed in flames while he was driving, he hired a car accident lawyer. He escaped miraculously and was rescued just before the vehicle blew up.
Mel Brooks – Age 94
Mel Brooks was deemed an EGOT, meaning the winner of the Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, and Tony awards. Before pursuing acting, his career began as a comedian. The Producers, which was a Broadway musical, was one famous piece he worked on. His son followed and pursued an acting career in his footsteps.
Leslie Caron – Age 89
By 2003, Leslie Caron, a Franco-American actress, and dancer had appeared in about 45 films. For her musical performances, such as An American in Paris, Daddy Long Legs, and Lili, she was well-known. She was also famous in multiple films such as Fanny and The L-Shaped Room for her roles. For her performance in Law & Order last 2006, she also earned an Emmy. She now owns a restaurant and a hotel 100 miles from Paris. In 2010, she published an autobiography titled Thank Heaven. She left Paris last year and moved to England.
Barbi Benton – Age 70
You probably heard of Barbi Benton. In her career as well the retired American model ventured into acting and singing. She’s actually most famous for her Playboy Magazine appearance. Not to mention, on the comedy show, Hee Haw, she was a four-season regular. Additionally, back in the 1970s, she recorded several moderately successful albums. However, she made the decision in the 1980s to withdraw from the show business in favor of raising her kids.
Lou Ferrigno – Age 69
As an actor as well as a professional bodybuilder, Lou made a name for himself. He is in fact, a fitness trainer and fitness consultant now! He won an IFBB Mr. America title as well as two consecutive IFBB Mr. Universe titles back in his bodybuilding days. Not to mention, in the bodybuilding documentary, Pumping Iron, he made an appearance. He’s most famous as an actor for his starring role in The Incredible Hulk, the CBS TV show. In subsequent animated and computer-generated incarnations, he reprised the role.
Marlo Thomas – Age 83
Margo Thomas was a star of the ’60s whose nickname, Marlo, was always mispronounced. She decided, therefore to stick with this name. She starred in That Girl as Ann Marie last 1966. She also performed in the award-winning Free to Be… You and Me franchise for kids. She was The Nobody’s Child actress, too. She became the Director of National Outreach for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, which her father established.
Jonny Crawford – Age 74
Jonny Crawford is an American actor, singer, and musician. As a child actor, he began his career as one of Walt Disney’s original Mouseketeers in 1955. A few years later, he gained popularity in the classic western series The Rifleman for his role as “Mark McCain.” Thanks to this, his legacy was established on stage, on film, on television. Crawford was nominated for Best Supporting Actor’s Emmy Award at an impressive 13-year-old. Unfortunately, the 74-year-old has been trying to stay out of the spotlight since battling Alzheimer’s disease for many years.
Morgan Freeman – Age 83
Due to Morgan Freeman’s distinct voice, he became famous. He was one of all time’s most respected actors. Not only that, but he was one of those wealthy people with a net worth of $200 million. For his role in A Million Dollar Baby and some nominations for his other roles, he received an Academy Award. He also narrated The Story of God documentary series. With his list of credits accumulating around $4.31 billion, he ranked 5 on the list of top-grossing box office entertainers.
Jane Withers – Age 94
Jane Withers was still strong at the age of 94. She was an actress with a child, a model, and a singer. Throughout the ’30s until the’ 40s, she was famous all over. A Former Child Star Lifetime Achievement Award honored her. In 1955, she had her first divorce from film producer William Moss and remarried Kenneth Errair, who died last year in a plane crash in 1968.
Shirley MacLaine – Age 86
Shirley MacLaine, who made her debut back in 1955 in The Trouble With Harry, was an author, activist, actress, dancer, and singer. She had written quite a few autobiographical books and was known for her beliefs in the New Age and other subjects, including her travels around the world. For her contributions, she received the Kennedy Center Honors last 2013. Just recently, she played Noelle in a fantasy adventure movie.
Cicely Tyson – Age 95
Cicely Tyson, a former model, was an award-winning actress. After performing as Rebecca Morgan in Sounder in 1972, her fame began to boom. Up until now, one could still hear her name. In 2016, she performed in Last Flag Flying and was a House of Cards guest. For her age, she still looks endearing.
Glynis Johns – Age 97
The talented actress, dancer, and pianist was Glynis Johns. For her performance in the A Little Night Music musical, she won a Tony Award. In The Sundowners, she performed as well. She starred in Mary Poppins, and the 1999 movie Superstar was her last famous role. Her only son, Gareth Forwood, who also pursued an acting career, died in 2007.
Terry Kilburn – Age 94
Terry Kilburn was a child actor who in 1938 performed way back in A Christmas Carol. In Goodbye and Mr. Chips, he also appeared. Before pursuing a career in Hollywood, he was from London and used to do unpaid work. He spent his life with Charles Nolte, who passed away in 2010. As the head of the Michigan-based Meadow Brooks Theater, he began to work behind the scenes. For more than two decades, Terry served as the director of the Oakland University Theater.
Cora Sue Collins – Age 93
When Cora Sue Collins performed in The Unexpected Father, she began her career as an actress at the age of five. At 18, she retired and married a rich rancher. It didn’t work out for them and had a few more marriages that were unsuccessful. Her last relationship was with Harry Nace, who was the owner of a theater but died in 2002.
Ed Asner – Age 91
For several years, Ed Asner performed in The Mary Tyler Moore show. His character loved the audience and later he got his own series. He was a voice actor as well and was one of Up’s voice actors. He was active in charity work and helped survivors of the Holocaust. For several years, he was the president of the Screen Actors Guild. Thanks to his autistic grandchild, he devoted his time to helping people with autism.
Conrad Janis – Age 92
Conrad Janis, 92 years old, was a jazz trombonist and actor. He was born to a talented and artistic family with a father who while his mother was a writer, worked both as an art dealer and a writer. In Mork & Mindy, Conrad was famous for his role as Frederick and appeared in The Golden Girls. He had a passion for jazz and put together a jazz band that performed on the Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson a few times. It was reported that his net worth was $15 million.
Peggy Dow – Age 92
Peggy Josephin Varnadow, also known as Peggy Dow, was a philanthropist and a retired actress. Before pursuing a career in the movie industry, she briefly modeled and worked for the radio. After marrying an oil driller named Walter Helmerich III, who was the president of the family business, Peggy signed a contract but quit three years later. They spent 60 years together until his death in 2012.
Nancy Olson – Age 92
In the 1950 film Sunset Boulevard, Nancy Olson, aged 92, became known for her role. This earned her nomination for Best Supporting Actress Academy Award. She also appeared at Airport in 1975 in Son of Flubber and The Absent-Minded Professor. She retired early, despite having a successful acting career. However, she had several returns. She was in Dumbbells in 2014 and appeared in Big Love four years earlier. She was a Democrat and donated the party multiple times.
Darryl Hickman – Age 89
Darryl Hickman, 89, was an actor, acting coach, and executive on television. He was born in Hollywood and chose to go there to pursue his career. In the 1937 film The Prisoner of Zenda, he landed his first role. He became a screenwriter too and was the author of The Unconscious Actor: Out of Control, In Full Command. Aside from that, he also worked as a director and producer.
Queen Elizabeth II – Age 94
Queen Elizabeth is now considered to be the British monarch with the longest reign. In 1952, she began her rule over the UK. She governed Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and other nations of the Commonwealth, but all have now gained independence. It was obvious that it would still take a long time for her throne to be handed over to the next in line. Six hundred million dollars was not worth her estimated real worth.
Eva Marie Saint – Age 96
Eva Marie Saint worked for seventy years in the industry and began her TV career. Eventually, she began appearing in leading roles and even co-starred with Marlon Brando. She remained down-to-earth despite her fame and only took on roles she was interested in. For 65 years, she had been married and divorce was never considered. Thanks to her golden years, she now has a fortune worth twenty million dollars.
Jackie Mason – Age 92
Jackie Mason was a comedian who, due to his humor, made a fortune. His jokes ranged from being controversial political, racial, to using his Jewish upbringing as a basis for his jokes, not thinking twice. His jokes bordered on being funny and offensive multiple times, which was why he hired his personal lawyer. He continued to be a comedian and had a net value of $9 million.
Margaret O’Brien – Age 83
At the young age of four, Margaret O’Brien began her career as a child star and developed her fame as an actress by appearing in numerous films and television shows. On the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Margaret had two stars, one for motion pictures and the other for television. She had no plans to leave her career yet and appeared last 2018 in Impact Event, Pepper’s Grove, and This Is Our Christmas.
Michael Caine – Age 87
Also known as Michael Caine, Maurice Joseph Micklewhite Jr. was renowned for being an English actor, author, and producer. Within the entertainment industry, he had set his status. For his role in Hannah and Her Sisters, Michael earned an Academy Award. He legally changed his name to Michael Caine in 2016. Just recently, he sold his South Beach property. Michael was still on-screen and was in the King of Thieves and Going In Style films in 2018.
Gena Rowlands – Age 90
Gena Rowlands, aged 90, had a career that had a very desirable portfolio of over six decades. She was married to the actor-director, John Cassavetes. For ten years, the couple worked in films together. It was Gena that received four Emmy Awards and two Golden Globe Awards. She even received an Honorary Academy Award for her contributions and performances three years ago. John died in 1989 last year and had remarried only after more than two decades. In 2012, she married Robert Forrest, a retired businessman.
Lily Tomlin – Age 81
An actress, comedian, producer, singer, and writer who had gained popularity over the years, Lily Tomlin was now 81 years old. As a stand-up comedian, she began her career and performed for quite a few years with Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In. Her first role in the film was in 1974 in Nashville and she was nominated for several awards. Last 2013, she was married to Jane Wagner and had spent 42 years living together.
Donald Sutherland – Age 85
Donald Sutherland has appeared in a lot of successful films over the course of five decades. He first gained his reputation after appearing in popular movies like Eye of the Needle, Kelly’s Heroes, and M*A*S*H. He had earned enough money to ensure he never needed a loan in his entire life and preserved his status by starring in A Time to Kill. He also acted in the Hunger Games franchise. His son, Kiefer Sutherland, followed in his footsteps, known for his 24 Designated Survivor roles.
William Shatner – Age 89
After acting as James T. Kirk in the Star Trek franchise, William Shatner became a cultural icon. He had accumulated a hundred million dollars in his bank account because of his role in this film. Once the franchise had ended, however, his fame subsided and he almost went bankrupt. He was an author, a director, and a producer as well. He had been married four times, and Elizabeth Anderson Martin had been his current wife since 2001.
Anthony Hopkins – Age 82
In The Silence of the Lambs, Anthony Hopkins was infamous for his role as Hannibal Lector. He was an actor, a director, and a process, and due to his acting skills, he earned his prestige. He had one hundred and sixty million dollars in net worth. For his role as Hannibal and in the prequel, Red Dragon, he won Academy Awards. He was still active, and last 2015, he starred in The Dresser. In fact, he also appeared in the 2018 TV movie King Lear and in Westworld last 2018 as Dr. Robert Ford.
Loretta Lynn – Age 88
Loretta Lynn, now 88, is renowned for her country music. She was a sensation and had accumulated 60 years of highly awarded country singing. She chased after her dreams independently and sold 45 million albums. While resting in Tennessee last 2017, she still had an endearing voice but had a stroke. Since then, her health has been going downhill.
Vera Lynn – Age 103
Vera Lynn, who is 103 years old, is forever in the hearts of the Second World War soldiers. She warmed their hearts with her charming face and enchanting voice. She was awarded a British War Medal and became an official dame of the United Kingdom. Vera began singing when she was seven years old and left school at 11 for a tour. Vera had disappeared from the spotlight and was now committed to helping women fight cancer and disabled children.
Sidney Poitier – Age 93
Sidney Poitier, 93, paved the way for Bahamian-American actors. He was internationally renowned and appeared as an on-screen Academy Award-winning actor from different theatres. He was African America’s first actor to win a prestigious award. He decided to pursue recording, directing, and ultimately became a diplomat when he retired. He received a British knighthood. He also received the Presidential Freedom Medal. He was always outspoken against racism and contributing to various charitable activities.
Henry Kissinger – Age 97
Henry Kissinger fled Germany and fled to the US, pursuing a diplomatic and political career. He became an advisor to President Nixon and Ford. He won the Nobel Peace Prize, but the public didn’t think he deserved it, claiming he wasn’t successful in his Vietnam negotiations. He didn’t think twice about returning his award when the people were found right. Henry was also a well-known political scientist and diplomat. He had accumulated around twenty million dollars during his retirement throughout his career.
Jimmy Carter – Age 96
Born in Georgia, Jimmy Carter worked on Navy submarines. Carter opposed racial segregation strongly and motivated him to be a civil rights activist. In 1977 he was appointed President and established the education and energy departments. He shifted from his political career to charitable causes. Until now he was still championing civil rights through the Carter Center.