A handful of famous celebrities who have been in the show business almost their entire life and are now in their 80s still make remarkable accomplishments. They are still fast on their feet, active and thirsty for more excitement. These stars prove to us that the longer they bask in the glory of the limelight, the shimmier their shine gets.
A newbie to the octogenarian club, 80-year-old Willie Nelson still performs on stage constantly.
Now 82, Michael Caine doesn’t seem like he’s looking to end his career any time soon. He hasn’t gotten enough of acting for six decades and still wants to keep working.
Next to Charlie Chaplin, Christopher is the second oldest Oscar winner. Indeed, age has not held him down.
At 82, Reynolds published her tell-all biography Unsinkable.
Who could not recognize the trademark New York accent of 86-year old Jerry Stiller? The career he started in the 1960s still shines through in contemporary Hollywood.
In her late 80s, Angela Lansbury starred in Mr. Popper’s Penguins opposite Jim Carrey and hosted the PBS Thanksgiving special “Downton Abbey Revisited.”
Clint Eastwood has been on screen since the 1950s and hasn’t stopped since. At the age of 83, he gave a memorable performance at the Republican National Convention.
That trademark James Bond smirk on his face is gone, but Sean Connery still has the time of his life as a tennis enthusiast.
Best known for playing James Bond, Roger Moore, 85, is still performing today.
In her 80s, Olympia Dukakis still enjoys great success in films she had starred in like “The Misadventures of the Dunderheads and Cloudburst” and “Joe Papp in Five Acts.”
83 year old Bob Newhart was on the TV show “The Big Bang Theory.”