50 Most Beautiful Actresses Over 60 in Hollywood

Most Beautiful Actresses Over 60

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Some of them were most active in their twenties and thirties and haven’t made anything that memorable in the past two or three decades, but we still remember them dearly. And some are nowadays even more popular than ever and we enjoy watching each of their movies or tv series. Some have changed a lot, and some have stayed almost the same, but all of them are remarkable in their own way. This is the list of the 50 most beautiful actresses over 60 in Hollywood, subjective and in no particular order. 

Julianne Moore (1960)

Julianne Moore

Juliane Moore is one of the best and most wanted actresses of the last few decades and she is proof that age is just a number. She never stopped filming and has a few new movies in post-production which only shows that there is still a place in Hollywood for actresses older than 60.

She starred in numerous movies we all enjoyed watching, some of them have already gained cult statuses, such as The Fugitive, Jurassic Park II, Boogie Nights and many more. She is a one-time Oscar winner, which she received for her unforgettable role as a woman suffering from Alzheimer’s disease in Still, Alice.

Michelle Pfeiffer (1958)

Michelle Pfeiffer

This blonde beauty could have always been found on any most beautiful actress’s list, with her stunning physique and beautiful face. She is a gifted actress whose looks have never stayed in the way of her work. She has proved herself in various roles, from thrillers and comedies to dramas and fantasy movies.

We adored her in Ladyhawke and The Fabulous Baker Boys, she seduced us as Catwoman in Batman and we will never forget her in Dangerous Minds and Stardust. She has taken a four-year pause somewhere in the mid-2010s, but now she is back and filming and showing us that age really doesn’t matter.

Emma Thompson (1959)

Emma Thompson

This London-born actress and the director is one of the best actresses of all time and still filming and making us love all the movies and tv series she stars in. she won two Oscars, one for the leading role in Howard’s End and one for the screenwriting for Sense and Sensibility which she also directed.

This multitalented actress is also one of the funniest and most approachable persons in the business, always ready for a good chat and laugh. She was unforgettable as Professor Trelawney in Harry Potter, as Karen in Love Actually, Miss Kenton in Howard’s End and Elinor Dashwood in Sense and Sensibility, but the truth is that she is absolutely perfect in everything she does.

Jamie Lee Curtis (1958)

Jamie Lee Curtis

This charismatic beauty and one of the first scream queens after Hollywood’s golden era, Jamie Lee Curtis is a name we mostly associate with horrors, comedies and action movies. She has filmed a great number of memorable movies, such as Halloween, True Lies, Fish Called Wanda and Trading Places.

She has taken some time off in the recent past and was on and off guest roles in a few tv series, but with Halloween in 2018 she has announced her big comeback and we can’t wait to see what she’s doing in the future. There will be one more Halloween sequel, who knows what is going to happen to Laurie Strode this time.

Angela Bassett (1958)

Angela Bassett

This beautiful woman has been taking our breaths away on screen for decades, in unforgettable roles such as the one of Rachel Constantine in Contact, Lornette Mason in Strange Days and Betty Shabazz in Malcolm X. She was featured in some of the most tv series of all times, as well, such as E.R. and American Horror Story.

And when someone would maybe say goodbye to Hollywood, Basset accepted one of her most unforgettable roles ever at the age of 60, playing Ramonda in a huge success Black Panther. She replayed the role in The Avengers and we are looking forward to seeing her in Black Panther’s sequel Wakanda Forever.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus (1961)

Julia Louis Dreyfus

This gifted, beautiful and hilarious actress has made us laugh for almost a decade in one of the most popular sitcoms of all time, Seinfeld. She played Elaine Bennes, a cynical and sometimes nervous thirty-something woman, the only female member of a group of four friends who we enjoyed watching.

Dreyfus is mostly a tv series actress whose comedy skills are fantastic and she is constantly showing us how well she can get by in a mostly male profession. We loved her in some of the funniest comedy series, such as Curb Your Enthusiasm, The New Adventures of Old Christine and Veep. She is, without question, one of the greatest female comedians in Hollywood.

Mary Steenburgen (1953)

Mary Steenburgen

Do you remember Clara Clayton, Doc Emmet Brown’s great love interest from Return to the Future III? Mary Steenburgen has filmed many movies before and even more after this famous sequel, but Clara Clayton will always stay our first association with this beautiful almost 70 years old actress.


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She is also an Oscar winner, for the best actress in a supporting role in Melvin and Howard where she played Lynda Dummar. We have recently mostly seen her in tv series, and some of the most popular are Grace and Frankie and Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist.

Andie MacDowell (1958)

Andie MacDowell

This tall, slender, brown-haired natural beauty was one of the most wanted actresses in the 1990s, especially after her role of Ann in the now cult Sex, Lies and Videotapes. She starred in some unforgettable classics, such as Groundhog Day, Four Weddings and a Funeral and Hudson Hawk.

She has proved that she knows her way in comedies, even though her characters have always been somewhat more serious and calm, being the complete opposite of her more eccentric male colleagues, such as Bill Murray, Hugh Grant and Bruce Willis. 

Kim Basinger (1953)

Kim Basinger

One of the biggest femme fatales of all time is definitely Kim Basinger, always mentioned as one of the most beautiful and attractive women in Hollywood. And she is still pretty, with her long blonde hair and blue eyes. She is also one of the most famous Hollywood actresses of all time, with many cult movies where she made iconic roles.

She won an Oscar for her supporting role in the noir crime drama L.A.Confidential where she portrayed Lynn Bracken, but her most famous and unforgettable role is the one of Elizabeth in 9 and ½ Weeks, next to Mickey Rourke. We loved her as Vicki Vale in Tim Burton’s first Batman, as well.

Sharon Stone (1958)

Sharon Stone

Another femme fatale, another blonde beauty who is still one of the best-looking actresses in Hollywood is Sharon Stone who is responsible for one of the most viewed scenes in movie history, the one when she’s being interrogated in a police station in Verhoeven’s cult thriller Basic Instinct.

Even though she will be mostly remembered as Catherine Tramell in this erotic thriller, she has made some excellent roles in Casino, Sliver and The Quick and the Dead. She is the promoter of a non-botox look in Hollywood and can be seen roaming the streets of Hollywood without make-up, wearing jeans and T-shirts. 

Katey Sagal (1954)

Katey Sagal

Sagal was born in Hollywood and she was really made for it. Known for her two completely different roles in two brilliant tv series, hilarious sitcom Married With Children and action-packed drama Sons of Anarchy, Sagal has proved her versatile talent and ability to get into all kinds of characters.

Her portrayal of eccentric, loud and sometimes vicious Peggy Bundy is one of the most iconic comedic performances ever and on the other side, her role of stubborn, protective and cold Gemma Teller Morrow is pure brilliance. Sagal is the type of actress that dominates the screen and her performances stay long with us after we finish watching these tv series.

Meg Ryan (1961)

Meg Ryan

This ultimate rom-com queen has unfortunately lost her flair and wittiness when she changed her look, but we will always remember her by some of the most beautiful romantic comedies ever.

Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, You’ve Got Mail and Joe vs the Vulcano are only some of her most acclaimed movies where she gave unforgettable performances. Her chemistry with Tom Hanks and Billy Crystal is one we will never forget and we will always go back to those movies, to that familiar cosy feeling we get after watching these kinds of stories. And remember Meg at her best.

Holly Hunter (1958)

Holly Hunter

This one-time Oscar winner and three more times nominee is maybe one of the most underestimated actresses ever or simply one of Hollywood’s best-kept secrets. Brilliant in every role she’s made, we will mostly remember her for her perfect portrayal of a deaf woman in Jane Campion’s shocking Piano.

But her other titles are also worth mentioning and should be on a list of every movie fan, such as The Firm, Thirteen, O Brother, Where Art Thou and Broadcast News. She is dedicated to her work and hasn’t lost her simple and natural beauty, but she has slowed down a bit and recently we could have seen her mostly in guest roles in various tv series.

Annette Bening (1958)

Annette Bening

Annette Bening is a four-time Oscar nominee, a gifted actress who was always somewhere in the shadows of other actors she starred with. But when we take a look at her filmography, she has really made some unforgettable roles, especially in American Beauty, Being Julia and The Kids Are Alright.


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Famous for her marriage to Warren Beatty, Bening’s private life has often been more talked about than her professional, but she is still very active and there are a few movies in post-production that we are very eager to hear more about.

Heather Locklear (1961)

Heather Locklear

This beautiful blonde actress is most famous for her role of tv series bad girl Amanda Woodward in Melrose Place. She has made a memorable performance in this long-lasting tv series we all loved watching. 

She has often been found on the list of the most beautiful Hollywood actresses and her private life has also been interesting to the ones who followed her career, especially her relationships with Richie Sambora and Tommy Lee.

Allison Janney (1959)

Allison Janney

Allison Janney is one of the most gifted Hollywood actresses who is maybe even more active in her mature years than when she was younger. She has starred in some of the most successful movies in the last two decades and has won an Oscar four years ago for her extraordinary performance in I, Tonya.

Some of her most memorable and beloved movies are The Help, Juno, Hours, Hairspray and  I, Tonya and she has a long list of upcoming movies this year and in the future that we can’t wait to see.

Rene Russo (1954)

Rene Russo

This beautiful actress hasn’t filmed as many movies as the others on the list, but she has made some performances worth mentioning that we’ll always remember her by. She hasn’t been filming for three years now and who knows if are going to see her on screen anymore.

But we will recommend some of her movies to the ones not familiar with her name or career, such as Thomas Crown Affair, Ransome, Nightcrawler and In the Line of Fire.

Kim Cattrall (1956)

Kim Cattrall

Even the ones who don’t like Sex and the City, one of the most popular tv series ever, have probably heard of Samantha, the most laid-back and easy-going part of the group of four women looking for relationships in modern-day New York City. Kim Catrall is a Liverpool-born actress who has made it in the United States.

She has always been a very beautiful woman, but the thing that we like most about her is her spirit and the energy she radiates. She is still very active and can be seen in many new tv series, such as How I met Your Father, Tell Me a Story, Filthy Rich and Sensitive Skin.

Isabella Rossellini (1952)

Isabella Rossellini

This Italian-born actress, daughter of the great Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman and Italian director Roberto Rossellini had it probably written in the stars that she will follow her parents’ steps. We loved her in some unusual and intriguing movies, such as Blue Velvet, Enemy and Death Becomes Her. She made a cameo appearance in Friends where she gave Ross a hard time after being left out of his list of the famous people he would like to sleep with.

She was also Martin Scorsese’s third wife and in a long-term relationship with the talented director David Lynch. She has many future plans and movies that we are going to see and in the meantime, we can find her as a guest star in  Julia and Shut Eye.

Rita Wilson (1956)

Rita Wilson

Rita Wilson is not only a good actress but also a successful producer who knows what the audience likes. My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again are only some of the comedies she produced and we all know they are some of the most beloved of all time. Her newest movie in post-production is A Man Called Otto which might be a great hit if it is to be judged by the popularity of the novel it is based on.

Wilson has also made some great performances in Now and The, That Thing You Do and My Life In Ruins, but we somehow mostly remember her by her long-lasting marriage with Tom Hanks and these movies she produced.

Jane Lynch (1960)

Jane Lynch

Jane Lynch is most famous for her roles in tv series such as Glee, Final Space and Criminal Minds. She is also a very wanted voice actress so you can find her name on many cartoon lists, such as American Dad!, Big Hero 6: The Series and Goldie and Bear. 

We could say she can be more heard than seen, but there is something interesting about her appearance and the way she behaves. She seems extremely natural and simple and we love seeing her on the red carpet, in her bold outfits and always hearing her statements that are usually related to human rights.

Geena Davis (1956)

Geena Davis

Genna Davis was one of the most wanted and popular actresses somewhere at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s. We adored her in Beetlejuice, Thelma and Louise, A League of Their Own and The Fly and she has definitely proved that she has both the looks and the talent.

She won an Oscar for her masterful performance in one of her most memorable and unforgettable movies, The Accidental Tourist. But she will always remain the half of one of the most iconic female duos, Thelma in Thelma and Louise, next to Susan Sarandon. 

Alfre Woodard (1952)

Alfre Woodard

There have always been those actors and actresses who have made a great number of fantastic movies with brilliant performances but somehow stay somewhere behind, away from the big lights. This wonderful actress has really made some great appearances and starred in very good movies, such as 12 Years a Slave, K-Pax and Cross Creek where she was nominated for an Oscar in the supporting role.


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We loved her in some tv series, as well, such as Desperate Housewives, Empire and A Series of Unfortunate Events and are eager to see what she has prepared for us in the future. Some of the announced titles are horror Salem’s Lot and thriller Viral.

Dana Delany (1956)

Dana Delany

This charismatic natural beauty from New York City is one of our favourite characters from the beloved tv series China Beach. She was irresistible as Colleen McMurphy and we really enjoyed following her and her colleagues’ adventures in this excellent show.

She is mostly a tv actress and she has made some great performances in some very popular tv series, such as Desperate Housewives, Body of Proof and Kidnapped. She has laid low in the last two years but we hope that she will be featured in another interesting show in the future.

Madeleine Stowe (1958)

Madeleine Stowe 1

Madeleine Stowe is a classical beauty, tall, slender, with long dark hair and beautiful eyes. She is gorgeous in her sixties today as she was thirty years ago when we watched her in The Last of the Mohicans. She has made some really outstanding performances in some of the greatest movies of all time.

Besides the already mentioned adventure with Daniel Day-Lewis, she starred next to Bruce Willis in 12 Monkeys, John Travolta in The General’s Daughter and Juliane Moore and Andie MacDowell in Short Cuts. She has slowed down a bit in the last fifteen years, but we could have followed her in some intriguing series, such as Revenge, Soundtrack and Raines.

Elizabeth McGovern (1961)

Elizabeth McGovern

Deborah from Once Upon a Time in America, Jeannine Pratt from Ordinary People and Cora Crawley from Downton Abbey, Elizabeth McGovern has chosen carefully, but efficiently. All the mentioned are classics in their genre and some of the most quoted and mentioned movies and tv series of all time.

With the dark hair and stunning blue eyes, she was one of the most beautiful actresses, but is still, in her sixties, a natural beauty who accepts what nature has given her. She hasn’t lost that flair of hers, just decided to change her brunette locks for silver ones.

Melanie Griffith (1957)

Melanie Griffith

Melanie Griffith rocked it in the 1980s, being one of the most successful actresses then, with her comedies, such as Working Girl and Something Wild and her unforgettable role in the thriller Body Double. She didn’t make anything that memorable afterwards but she still remains one of the most beloved comedians.

Nowadays we are more oriented on the great success of her talented daughter Dakota Johnson,, since Melanie has taken a pause, as it seems from the lack of movies made and announced in the past few years and the future.

Dawn French (1957)

Dawn French

One of Britain’s greatest comedians of all time, Dawn French will make you laugh on screen as well as when you watch her interviews. Simple, funny and natural, French is someone we really enjoy watching in everything she does.

Some of her most notable and famous performances are Fat Lady in Painting in Harry Potter, Geraldine Granger in The Vikar of Dibley and various roles in the hilarious comedy French and Saunders, next to another great British comedian, Jennifer Saunders.

Megan Mullally (1958)

Megan Mullally

This lovely actress has made us laugh for more than a decade as the obnoxious and irritating Karen Walker in the hilarious tv series Will and Grace where we rolled our eyes at her cynical comments and rude behaviour. But we loved her! And we are certain that everyone imagined her with Karen’s voice in real life, as well.

But Mullaly is much more demure and down-to-Earth than the eccentric character we all loved to hate, but she will always be associated with her most iconic role. We have seen her in some other tv series, such as Children’s Hospital and heard her in cartoon series The Great North and Bob’s Burgers.

Kristin Scott Thomas (1960)

Kristin Scott Thomas

If we were to describe what we consider a typical British woman of the upper class, I think many would mention Kristin Scott Thomas, this elegant and calm Cornish beauty, one of the greatest British actresses of all time.

Excellent in everything she films, we will definitely remember her from The English Patient, Four Weddings and a Funeral, Gosford Park and The Horse Whisperer. We are looking forward to more outstanding movies by this brilliant actress.

Kate Mulgrew (1955) 

Kate Mulgrew

This outstanding and charismatic tv series actress is one of the favourite science fiction characters of all time, in her role as Captain Kathryn Janeway from Star Trek: Voyager. She has played Janeway in numerous other Star Trek sequels and it will always remain one of the most beloved characters in the series.

Some other interesting tv series she has starred in are the sci-fi show The Man Who Fell to Earth where she played Drew Finch,  the fantastic The Black Donnelly’s where she portrays Helen Donnelly and the crime drama Orange Is the New Black where she played one of the most unforgettable characters, Galina “Red” Reznikov.

Marg Helgenberger (1958)

Marg Helgenberger

Another beloved tv series actress is Marg Helgenberger who we remember from her role as CSI Catherine Willows in the long-lasting tv series CSI: Crime Investigation. She rocked as the night-shift supervisor, touch, ambitious and very career oriented.

We have mostly seen her in numerous great tv series, such as Under the Dome, Intelligence and The Tommyknockers, but also in some interesting movies, such as Erin Brokovich, Crooked Hearts and Species.

Virginia Madsen (1961)

Virginia Madsen

Virginia Madsen is a great actress and her beauty never changes, she is beautiful now in her sixties as she was twenty or thirty years ago. One of her biggest roles was one of her first as well, playing Princess Irulan in David Lynch’s version of Dune. 


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We also loved her in Prophecy, Candyman and Sideways, since her performances are always very authentic and brilliant. She has this unique style which can be recognised in her roles and which we grew fond of. There is something in her piercing blue eyes that makes her so special on screen and she will make you believe everything she says there.

Marcia Gay Harden (1961)

Marcia Gay Harden

This actress is extraordinary in every role she decides to play, but we can’t forget her in some of the most beautiful and memorable movies of all time. Mystic River, Into the Wild and The Mist, are some of them and the role of Lee Krasner in Pollock, next to Ed Harris, is her most unforgettable one which gained her an Oscar.

She is nurturing her natural look in her sixties now, too and is still filming, mostly tv series so we can expect a lot from her in the future. We loved her in Trophy Wife, How to Get Away With Murder and The Newsroom.

Melissa Leo (1960)

Melissa Leo

Melissa Leo has never been more popular than in the last decade and a half. She has made some unforgettable roles in some of the most intriguing movies of all time. She is not afraid of being completely changed for her roles and many times we can’t even recognise her.

She gave some really memorable performances in Frozen River, The Prisoners and Conviction, but the one we will never forget is also the one she won an Oscar for. She played Micky Ward’s mother Alice in the outstanding sports drama The Fighter. We are really looking forward to her announced movies since she definitely knows how to pick a title that will intrigue us.

Marcia Cross (1961)

Marcia Cross

Marcia Cross is a well-known tv actress who we loved in most of her roles. She is excellent at playing bad girls, but we also love her as a caring and devoted mother or friend. Some of her most notable roles include Dr. Linda Abbott in the beautiful family drama Everwood, Claire Haas in the interesting crime Quantico and Dr. Kimberly Shaw in Melrose Place which is also one of her most popular performances.

But her best and most memorable role is the one of uptight and compulsive Bree Van De Kamp in the comedy, and mystery drama Desperate Housewives where she showed all her acting profiles and skills. 

Miranda Richardson (1958)

Miranda Richardson

This brilliant British talent steals the show in everything we see her. She has this charisma that attracts and makes her memorable. We won’t forget her as Queen Elizabeth I in Blackadder Ii, Ingrid in Damage, Vivienne in Tom & Viv, Lady Van Tassel in Sleepy Hollow or Jude in The Crying Game.

But maybe her most memorable role is the one of the sleazy and cunning journalist Rita Skeeter in the Harry Potter series where she perfectly portrayed this unlikable character.

Jennifer Saunders (1958)

Jennifer Saunders

There is something about British female comedians that makes them special. They are hilarious, always ready to make jokes about themselves and very often extremely funny in real life, as well as in their shows. They are natural and their beauty comes into focus in that way even better.

Jennifer Saunders is one of their best, always making us laugh, especially in some of her most unforgettable roles, such as Edina in Absolutely Fabulous or her countless number of characters in French and Saunders.

Janet McTeer (1961)

Janet McTeer

This two time Oscar nominee is a delight to watch, always giving us versatile performances, playing various characters, from villains to good ones. She is charismatic and excellent in all her roles and it is always interesting to see what she is going to do in her next movie.

Her last outstanding role was the one of the ruthless lawyer Helen Pierce in the dark and complex Ozark, but we also loved her as the caring mother Camilla Traynor in Me Before You, the somewhat eccentric mother Mary Jo Walker in Tumbleweeds and especially in her brilliant role of Hubert Page in Albert Nobbs.

Camryn Manheim (1961)

Camryn Manheim

Her smile is worth a million dollars, she is known for it and can always be associated with her roles as being the one that cares and looks after others. Manheim is mostly a tv actress, but she has made some interesting performances in Happiness and An Unfinished Life.

She is most famous for her role as Ellenor Frutt in The Practice, Lieutenant Kate Dixon in Law & Order and Delia Banks in Ghost Whisperer. She hasn’t any announced projects in the future, but we hope we will see her in some new interesting ones.

Gina Gershon (1962)

Gina Gershon

Gina Gershon was extremely famous in the 1990s, after her performance as Cristal Connors in Showgirls and Sasha Hassler in Face/Off. Afterwards, she could be seen in some minor roles in not so popular tv series, but the movie P. S. I Love You brought her back.

She has starred in some interesting movies after it, such as Killer Joe and has made some notable appearances in Ugly Betty, Rescue, How To Make It In America, Red Oakes and Riverdale.

Joan Allen (1956)

Joan Allen

Joan Allen is a remarkable actress, with a number of outstanding performances behind her. She was three times Oscar nominee, for her brilliant roles in The Contender, The Crucible and Nixon.

We also remember her from Room, Death Race and Ice Storm and are always ready for a completely different performance, since she is great at playing anything she gets. She has slowed down in the last decade and we can mostly see her in some interesting tv series, such as Luck, The Killing and The Family.

Lesley-Anne Down (1954)

Lesley Anne Down

Is there someone who doesn’t remember the beloved tv series North and South? If you do, you must know who Madeline Fabray LaMotte is. The kind and gentle, but deeply unhappy woman who finds comfort in the arms of another man. Lesley-Anne Down will always be remembered for this outstanding character and performance.


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She has also starred in some great comedies, such as The Pink Panther Strikes Again and The Great Train Robbery. But she is mostly a tv actress and has made notable performances in Dallas, Sunset Beach, Days of Our Lives and The Bold and the Beautiful.

Isabelle Adjani (1955)

Isabelle Adjani 1

This French beauty has made it both in her homeland and internationally, giving us some unforgettable performances and being nominated for two Oscars. Her roles in Camille Claudel and L’histoire d’Adele H. were outstanding, but we loved her in Diabolique, Possession and Nosferatu the Vampyre as well.

She was excellent in portraying strange and even a bit twisted women who had to save themselves from either people around them or situations they found themselves in. Adjani is still filming, mostly in France.

Catherine O’Hara (1954)

Catherine OHara

This Canadian comedian was a big hit at the end of the 1980s and the beginning of the 1990s. She has starred in some of the most beloved family movies of all time, Home Alone 1 and 2 and Beetlejuice. She made outstanding performances and will always be remembered as a caring, but a bit clumsy mother in Home Alone and the eccentric stepmother in Beetlejuice.

O’Hara has voiced many interesting characters afterwards and made some interesting performances in comedies Speaking of Sex and French Fries, as well as in numerous tv series, such as A Series of Unfortunate Events and Schitt’s Creek.,

Tilda Swinton (1961)

Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton is another actress who is more famous and wanted in her mature years than in the past. She has filmed some of the most unforgettable and high grossing movies in the last two decades and she is absolutely brilliant in all of them.

Horrors, mysteries, fantasies and even comedies, she has starred in all and showed her extreme talent. From We Need to Talk About Kevin and Only Lovers Left Alive to Snowpiercer and Doctor Strange, Swinton is one of Hollywood’s best actresses. She is a one time Oscar winner, for the supporting role in Michael Clayton.

Jennifer Coolidge (1961)

Jennifer Coolidge

Americans also have some outstanding female comedians and somewhere on the top of the list is this Boston born funny blonde. Jennifer Coolidge has made many interesting and memorable roles, but she will always be remembered as Stifler’s mom in the hilarious American Pie.

We also loved her in A Cinderella Story and especially in Legally Blonde and she has made some notable performances in many tv series, such as Gravity Falls, Two Broke Girls and The Secret Life of an American Teenager.

Valerie Bertinelli (1960)

Valerie Bertinelli

This cute brunette is mostly known for her roles in tv comedies and tv movies. She is most famous for her role as the clumsy, caring and lovable Melanie Moretti in the excellent tv series Hot in Cleveland.

She has also played leading roles in tv series such as Touched By an angel, Cafe Americain and Sydney, but she has never gained as much popularity as some of her co-stars in the mentioned tv series.

Daryl Hannah (1960)

Daryl Hannah

Daryl Hannah was one of the most wanted and beloved actresses in the 1980s. Tall, slim, with long blonde curls, she was the definition of a Hollywood sweetheart. And she was also extremely successful back in the day.


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We will always remember her for her roles in Wall Street, Splash, Blade Runner and Steel Magnolias, but also for the one 15 years later, Kill Bill 1 and 2 where Quentin Tarantino cast her as one of the greatest villains in the movie. 

Jennifer Jason Leigh (1962)

Jennifer Jason Leigh

Another actress who is getting more and more wanted and proving to everyone that age is just a number. Excellent in her twenties and thirties, but maybe even better now in her fifties, Leigh has made some unforgettable performances in excellent movies.

She is great in all her roles, as a villain in Single White Female and eccentric criminal in The Hateful Eight, as a loving mother in the brilliant tv series Atypical and as a lost woman in The Machinist. Twin Peaks, Patrick Melrose, Lisey’s Story and Hunters are her latest tv series that are really worth watching. 

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