16 Incredibly Stunning Celebrities Who Are Close To Being A Century Old

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6June Lockhart

She is best known for her appearance in 1950s and 1960s television shows. She was born on June 25th, 1925. She began her career in 1938 alongside her parents in a film version of ‘A Christmas Carol’. She’s better known for her TV shows rather than movies. In 2017 she retired from acting and is now an active political campaigner at the age of 93.

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7Diana Serra Cary

Born on October 29th, 1918, she is better known as ‘Baby Peggy’. She is currently the last living film star of the Silent Era of Hollywood. As a child actor, she was very popular and was seen in 150 short films between 1921 and 1923. She was dubbed as the ‘The Million Dollar Baby’ in 1924 with her $1.5 million a year salary. She retired from acting in 1938 and today is 100 years old.

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8Eva Marie Saint

She was born on July 4th, 1924 and is best known for starring in ‘On the Waterfront’ in 1954 by Elia Kazan. For her performance, she had won an Oscar. Another famous role of hers was in Alfred Hitchcock’s ‘North by Northwest’ in 1959. She is still active in Hollywood today at the age of 94.

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9Angela Lansbury

She was born on October 16th, 1925 and has had a career spanning over eight decades. Her first film role was in 1944’s movie ‘Gaslight’ followed by ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ in 1945 which got her two Oscar nominations. Over her career and life, she has been awarded many honors and accolades. She is still very active even at the age of 93.

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10Carol Channing

She is best known for her Broadway and film musical roles. She is very recognizable for her identifiable voice. Her Broadway musical career started in 1949 with ‘Gentlemen Prefer Blondes’ and in 1964’s ‘Hello, Dolly!’. She won a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her role in ‘Hello, Dolly!’ In her long career, she has won 8 Primetime Emmy Awards. She retired from acting in 2017 and sadly passed away on January 15th, 2019 at the age of 97.

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