These women I am to name in this post have four things in common: They are celebrities, they are rich, they are successful, and they seem to have the good looks that belie their years on earth.
They seem to have a youthfulness that is time-defying. Some of them have had plastic surgery or other work done–while others are that way because of genes and nature. Wherever they’ve found their fountain of youth, they are worth a mention here.
Here are Top 10 Hottest Women Over 60 years of age.
10. Jane Seymour
She was born Joyce Frankenberg on February 15, 1951, making her 65 right now. She is best-known for her performances in the James Bond film “Live and Let Die,” in 1973, starring her as Solitaire. Her success in this flick led to other performances as well: “Somewhere in Time,” in 1980. “East of Eden came in 1981. But the series for which she was most famous didn’t come until 1993, when at the age of 42, she returned, playing female doctor Michaela Quinn in “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman.”
Britain has been so kind to her. Her native land has honored her as Officer of the Order of the British Empire, back in 1998. In 2000 she was appointed as an officer of the Order of the British Empire.
Jane Seymour is not her real name: She took it from King Henry the Eighth’s third wife. According to Wikipedia, her reasoning is that it seemed more saleable than her real name.
In 2005 she became a naturalized US citizen.
The Middlesex-born actress’s net worth is 70 million dollars.
9. Olivia Newton-John
The British-born Australian singer, songwriter and actress is a four-time Grammy winner, who has charted numerous times, with such songs as Bob Dylan’s “If Not For You,” 1974’s “Let Me Be There,” “If You Love Me,” and her first Number One Hit, “I Honestly Love You, that same year. Her voice is known to be very soft, honeyed and soothing.
However, singing is not the only thing for which Newton-John will be remembered. She proved her skills as an actress in “Grease”–which spawned her a #2 single, “Hopelessly Devoted to You–in the summer of 1978. She played opposite John Travolta. Her sister, Rona Newton-John, who unfortunately left us in 2012 due to brain cancer–also starred in that movie.
Another movie came two years later, in 1980, called “Xanadu.” Two hit records emanated from this film, as well: “Magic,” in the summer of 1980, and the title song, in late summer.
Outside of the entertainment world, she has been a health activist, having survived cancer herself in the early 1990s. She is also well-known for various product lines, too, and business pursuits.
Her net worth is $40 million.
She is 68 years old. She still tours at this age, and she credits her good looks to good genes.
8. Lynda Carter
She is, until this day, best known for her role as Wonder Woman. She was born on July 24, 1951 in Arizona. She is a singer, songwriter, and beauty queen. She was crowned Miss World America back in 1972.
This victory opened a whole area of new doors for Carter. After taking a whole bunch of acting classes at several New York acting schools, according to Wikipedia, she found her true calling. She made her acting debut in 1974 in “Nakia” (Roots of Anger).
It was not until 1975 when her career really began to take off as “Wonder Woman, or the bespectacled Diana Prince.” It was then that she began to acquire widespread visibility. She appeared on “Starsky and Hutch” and on a show called “Cos.”
She was not happy with the way they marketed her character. Lots of people began to see her as a sex symbol, and she didn’t want to be perceived in that manner by anyone but her husband.
She has been in several commercials, advertising contact lenses as well as other things. Also, she is very politically active, this past election season she has been quite vocal about her support of former presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Her net worth is 10 million dollars.
7. Susan Sarandon
She was born Susan Abigail Tomalin on October 4, 1946 She is an BAFTA award winner. She also is known for her political activism, coming out against both Trump and Hillary Clinto. She was appointed a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in 1999, and received the Action Against Hunger Award in 2006.
Her best known screen works include “A World Apart” in 1971, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” in 1975. She also became known for her role in “Thelma and Louise” in 1991, “Lorenzo’s Oil” in 1992, and “The Client” in 1994. “Dead Man Walking” came in 1995.
It is not only on the silver screen that she has gained notoriety. She is quite a familiar face on TV, too, having appeared in “Friends” (2001) and “Malcolm in the Middle” (2002). She has won Emmys for both roles. She has also appeared in “Arbitrage” in 2012; “Tammy” in 2014; and “Meddler” in 2015.
She married Chris Sarandon in 1967. The couple separated in 1978. She got divorced from Sarandon, also an actor, in 1979.
She has married the lawyer, Robert Altman, in more recent years. He got into trouble in a bank scandal, but was acquitted.
She has been in treatment for alcoholism, she revealed back in 2008. She also revealed that she had been clean for 10 years.
According to “The Richest” website, her net worth is a whopping $50 million.
6. Loretta Devine
Loretta Devine, born August 21, 1949, is 67 years old as of this writing. You may recognize her from several Tyler Perry movies, but she is perhaps best known as Marla Hendricks in the show, “Boston Public.” She has also been in “Grey’s Anatomy,” as Dr. Webber’s Alzheimer’s-stricken wife, Adele Webber, who later dies of her disease. She is Rochelle’s mom in “Everybody Hates Chris.”
Also she has been used in Tyler Perry in various plays and movies–most notably in “Medea’s Big Happy Family,” where she plays the part of a woman dying of cancer. And she’s also been in “For Colored Girls.” She has also been in the movie “Dreamgirls,” a movie based on the Supremes, where she played the character who was based on Mary Wilson.
She was born in Houston, Texas to Eunice O’Neal, a single mom, who worked as a beautician, and her father, James Devine, who worked as a laborer.
High school saw her very active on the pep squad, according to Wikipedia, and she often performed in talent shows at the George Washington Carver High School, where she graduated about 1967. She has worked on Broadway, specifically on “A Broadway Musical,” which was not successful, closing after only one night.
Her current net worth is 8 million dollars.
5. Lauren Hutton
She is the lady with the billion dollar gap-toothed grin who was once advised to put a false tooth in to fill her famous gap. Well, she tried that, and lost that tooth on several occasions. Thus she has decided to go natural since then. In spite of that gap–and perhaps even because of it, she has been on the cover of different magazines–not only once, but multiple times.
Mary Laurence Hutton, who was born in Charleston, South Carolina on November 17, 1943, simply became Lauren Hutton after getting grown and leaving her native Southern state.
She graduated from Chamberlain High School in 1961, and became one of the first students to enter University of South Florida that fall. She relocated to Florida with former Tampa Bay disc jockey Pat Chamburs, 37 at the time. The two later moved to New Orleans, where she went to Newcomb College, gaining a Bachelor of Arts degree there in 1964. She relocated back to New York, and found fame as a fashion model, appearing on Vogue Magazine no less than 26 times, according to Wikipedia.
She eventually became a commercial spokeswoman for such brands as Diet Pepsi, Revlon, and the David Jones department store in Australia.
She was also offered a million to pose naked for Calvin Klein. She said, “Yes,” after talking the idea over with her godchildren, who said that Klein’s idea would be “inspiring.”
Modeling isn’t the only place where Hutton has made her mark. She has also been in movies, starting with 1968’s “Paper Lion.” Then her next role in “The Gambler,” in 1974, opposite James Caan. After that came “Someone’s Watching Me,” in 1978. She also appeared in 1980’s “American Gigolo.” In 1984 she was offered a role in “Paper Dolls,” a series that lasted 13 weeks.
As of July 2013 she is reported to have started working on her memoirs.
Her current net worth is an estimated $20 million.
4. Nancy Wilson
She is one of the big name torch song singers of the 1960’s and ’70’s. She is also an actress. Of all the nicknames and titles she has amassed over the years, her favorite is “song stylist.” By age 4 she knew she could sing, and wanted to be a singer.
But she went to college, spending a year at Ohio State College. Her first big hit was “Guess Who I Saw Today,” in 1960. In 1963 she scored again with “Tell Me the Truth.” Her last big hit was “Face it, It’s Over,” in 1968.
She was also a star of TV and film. She had her own variety show, in the 1967-68 season, the Nancy Wilson Show. She also appeared in “I Spy,” playing herself, according to Wikipedia.
Unfortunately, she doesn’t perform live anymore. In 2011 she did her last show, fittingly enough, in the state in which she was born, Ohio.
3. Cicely Tyson
She was born as Cicely Louise Tyson on December 18, 1924, in New York City. She is an American actress, often nominated for movie awards. She has had a storied career. Her first made for TV movie appearances came in the 1970’s. She was first seen as Rebecca Morgan in the TV movie, “Sounder,” in 1972. Then her next role came, when, at 49 she played a woman over 100–in the Autobiography of Miss Jean Pittman, which aired in January 1974.
For the latter role, she won 2 Emmys and was nominated for a BAFTA. In 2011, she starred in “The Help” as Constantine Johnson, where she picked up 4 SAG award nominations.
Tyler Perry has also used her for a role in “Madea’s Family Reunion.” She is perhaps best known for a speech she delivered in that movie.
On November 16, 2016, she has been nominated to be one of the recipients of the Presidential Medal of Freedom award, which, according to Wikipedia, is the highest civilian honor the United States can bestow on a person.
She is also known as one of the best looking 90-plus year-olds in the world living today.
According to the Celebrity Net Worth website, as of December 2016, her net worth is an estimated $10 million.
2. Brynn Thayer
She is perhaps best-known for her portrayals of Jenny Vernon, a nurse in a troubled marriage with liar and cheater Bradley Vernon on the long-running ABC Soap Opera “One Life to Live,” and as the intelligent yet sometimes emotional LeAnn, the attorney daughter of Ben Matlock on “Matlock” in the late 80s/early 90s. She is known for playing assertive women who know what they want in life, as opposed to shrinking violets who accept the status quo as dictated to them by their male counterparts.
She has been in a variety of TV series besides the ones I named above, such as “Murder, She Wrote,” “Moonlighting,” “7th Heaven,” “Castle,” and the ever-so-popular “How to Get Away with Murder.”
With the late actor Michael Zazlow and his wife Susan Hufford, she co-founded ZazAngels, a charity that was founded with the intention of finding a cure for the debilitating ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease, which caused Zazlow’s death on December 6, 1998.
1. Oprah Winfrey
She was born on January 29, 1954. Although she was an anchorwoman before, she gave that life up because by her own admission some of the stories would make her too emotional.
All those years she did not draw attention. The turning point was when she was cast as Sophia in the now-classic “The Color Purple.” Her being cast as the strong willed, buxom Sophia got so many people impressed with her acting abilities that the following fall, she landed her spot on the “Oprah Winfrey Show.” Also, she starred in another movie project, Beloved, in the fall of 1998. She didn’t gain as much fame in that movie, as people felt that the movie she created and directed was too long, and the plot was not as well-thought out.
Nevertheless her talk show ran for 25 years, until she retired from it to start her own network, OWN, the Oprah Winfrey Network
In spite of her notoriety in the show business world, she is also well-known for her charity work. She has opened schools in developing countries, particularly for young girls. And she is also well-known for gifting her workers with cars and other big gifts as well.
Winfrey, now 62, is worth an estimated 2.9 billion dollars, according to Google.
Another thing worth noting is that these women exude the personality–strong yet sweet–that would qualify them their place on this list. If a person on this list was anything less than this, she would not qualify to be on this list. Indeed, these women are fine examples of what keeps someone looking young for awhile.