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Celebrities Over 90 Still Alive and Active!

Over the years, tons of celebs have graced the big and small screen despite being well into their 90s. You got legends like Betty White, Bob Barker, and Ed Asner who’ve all enjoyed continued success in their careers despite their advancing age and physical impairments.

Lets take a little walk down memory lane to pay our respects to folks like Betty. Bob and Ed who have maintained their success well into the golden years of their already accomplished lives. Take Betty for example, the former Golden Girl, was able to successfully reinvent herself numerous times throughout her seven-decade long career.

You could probably even get away with calling Betty White the ‘original Madonna’. Ed Robertson, host of the ‘TV Confidential’ podcast shared his experience meeting her a few years ago. He described her as a working actor who has been lucky enough to be working non-stop for as long as she has. She’s a lot like the energizer bunny. She keeps on ticking.

Mike Pingel, author of Betty White Rules The World, echoed those sentiments in his book by noting that people adore her because she’s a very genuine person. He applauded her for always keeping things real, never putting out any BS, and never lacking something fascinating to share in conversation. She’s always been a natural at what she does. It’s just in her blood.

She says what she thinks off the top of her head, unapologetically, because it’s always the truth.

Other silver-haired stars like Bob Newhart, Clint Eastwood and Estelle Harris have gone down in history as some of the most treasured stars of the golden age of Hollywood. Bob is going to be turning 92 later this December. And has revealed that he has no plans on taking a step back from show business.

He loves what he does. He’s been making people laugh for many decades now. It would be unthinkable of him at this point to quit doing what he loves. He told Closer magazine a while back that he doesn’t think he’ll ever stop performing.

So without further ado, we’ve come up with a pretty decent list of celebrities that kept doing what they love well into their 90s. Up first is the Queen of Television herself. Join Facts Verse to know the details about the Celebrities Over 90 that Still Alive and Active.

Betty White – 99

She was born on January 17, 1922. After making her film debut in 1945’s Time To Kill, White went on to rack up 121 acting credits. Some of her most notable roles include The Golden Girls, The Mary Tyler Moore Show, The Betty White Show, Hot in Cleveland and many more. Her most recent role was In 2019s Forky Asks a Question.

Bob Barker – 97

Come on down! Who hasn’t dreamed about being a contestant on the Price is Right? Drew Carey has been hosting that game show since 2007 but previously Bob Barker took the reigns from 1988 onward. In addition to his hosting job, Bob also was credited for roles in Bonanza in 1960, The Nanny in 1994, How I met Your Mother In 2007 and Spongebob Squarepants in 2015. Oh, and he’d probably really appreciate it if you had all your cats and dog spayed and neutered.

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Barbara Walters –  91

Barbara burst onto the world scene on September 25, 1929. Throughout her career, she hosted a handful of television programs including Today, 20/20, The View and The ABC Evening News. She has won countless awards and earned herself many accolades. Notably, she’s taken home 4 Emmy’s for her work as an investigative journalist.

Angela Lansbury – 95

Born on October 16, 1925, Angela proved herself as an invaluable icon in the entertainment industry appearing in hit shows like Murder, She Wrote, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, and Gaslight. Recently she has starred in 2018s Mary Poppins Returns, 2017s Little Women and Driving Miss Daisy in 2015. According to Wikipedia, she is set to star in the upcoming film The Adventures of Buddy Thunder which is slated to hit theaters and streaming services later this year. Join Facts Verse to know the details about the Celebrities Over 90 that Still Alive and Active.

Beverly Cleary – 104

One of the oldest stars on or list, Cleary was born on April 12, 1916. And became one the most successful children’s and young adult fiction writers of her generation. Her works have sold more than 91 million copies since 1950 when she published her first book. Some of her most famous characters are Romona and Beezus Quimby, Henry Huggins and his trusty dog Ribsy and Ralph. S. Mouse. Cleary is living out the the remainder of her days in Carmel, California.  She published her last work, The World of Beverly Cleary Collection in 2016 to celebrate her 100th birthday.

Bob Newhart – 91

This stand-up legend was born on September 5, 1929 and it’s safe to say that he is a man of many talents. He’s won his fair share of Grammy’s, Golden Globes and Emmy’s for his work over the years. Some of his most celebrated credits include The Bob Newhart Show, Bob, George & Leo, Newhart, Elf and The Big Bang Theory. His most recent credit was as Arthur Jeffries on CBS’s Young Sheldon.

Buzz Aldrin – 91

Buzz made his grand entrance into this world on January 20, 1930. As a former astronaut, engineer and fighter pilot. He helped pave a career in Hollywood after spending a large chunk of his younger years in space. He appeared in The Boy in the Plastic Bubble in 1976, The Simpsons in 1994, 30 Rock in 2010, Miles from Tomorrowland in 2017 and Apollo 11 in 2019.  Buzz has also penned several books based upon his experiences with NASA and the Apollo missions including Maleficent Desolation, Reaching For the Moon, and Mission To Mars: My Vision For Space Exploration. Join Facts Verse to know the details about the Celebrities Over 90 that Still Alive and Active.

Clint Eastwood – 90

Just like his neighbor Beverly Clearly, Clint Eastwood is also a resident of Carmel, California where he lives in his 16,000 square feet compound by the sea.

He was born on May 31, 1930 and achieved widespread acclaim for his contribution to the classic Western TV series Rawhide which he starred in from 1959 to 1965. He went on to star in iconic roles in films like The Good, The Bad and The Ugly, Two Mules For Sister Sara, A Perfect World, Dirty Harry and The Mule.

Most recently, Eastwood signed on to direct, produce and star in an adaptation of the 1975 novel Cry Macho with Warner Bros. Production wrapped up on December 16, 2020. And the film is slated for a release sometime in the second quarter of 2021.

David Attenborough – 94

This English broadcaster and Natural Historian was born on May 8, 1926. He’s best known for writing and presenting the Natural History Unit which was an educational production in conjunction with the BBC.

Some of his writing credits include Natural World, Micro Monsters 3D, The Song of The Earth, and Attenborough’s Passion Projects. He’s also written a decent number of books as well including The Adventures of a Young Naturalist:The Zoo Quest Expeditions in 1980, Life in the Underground in 2005, New Life Stories in 2011 and his latest work, A Life on our Planet in 2020.

Dick Van Dyke – 95

Dick made his arrival on this little blue planet on December 13, 1925. Besides starring in his uber-successful self-titled sitcom series The Dick Van Dyke Show form 1961 to 1965, he’s also acted in Mary Poppins, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Diagnosis: Murder, Night at the Museum and dozens of other TV shows, films and stage performances. In 2018, Van Dyke portrayed Mr. Dawes Jr in Mary Poppins Returns. His next project, a film titled Capture the Flag is currently in pre-production, so it appears that he has no plans of retiring anytime soon.

Ed Asner – 91

Asner was born on November 15, 1929. He’s best known as an actor, voice artist and as the former president of the Screen Actors Guild. His most prolific role was that of Lou Grant on both the Mary Tyler Moore Show and it’s spin-off series Lou Grant. You might recognize him as Santa Clause in 2003s Elf, Carl Fredricksen from Pixar’s Up and most recently as James Staghorne Sr. on USA networks Briarpatch. In 2020 alone, Asner had 7 credited roles. So. It’s pretty clear that he’s showing no signs of slowing down in his old age.

Estelle Harris – 92

Estelle was born on April 4, 1928. Ever since she has been a friendly, familiar face in hit shows and movies like Seinfeld, Toy Story, Brother Bear, The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and numerous others. She has appeared in more than 100 films and TV shows since her rise to fame in the 1970s. Her most recent credit was in Toy Story 4 as the character Mrs. Potato Head.

Gene Hackman – 91

Gene was born on January 30, 1930. After serving in the Marines he lucked out and enjoyed a Hollywood career spanning more than six decades. His last acting role was in 2004s Welcome To Mooseport, but he did narrate the 2016 documentary The Unknown Flag Raiser of Iwo Jimafor the Smithsonian Channel.  He followed that up with narrating another TV documentary We, The Marines in 2017.  Gene Hackman is best known for his starring roles in The French Connection, Mississippi Burning, The Conversation, Unforgiving and Hoosiers.

James Earl Jones – 90

Last but not least, we’ve got the voice of Darth Vader himself. Born on January 17, 1931, Jones, has been described as one of the most versatile and distinguished actors in the entertainment industry, and he is still very much so active in Hollywood. Most recently he’s appeared in Amazon Videos 2021 blockbuster film Coming 2 American alongside Eddie Murphy. His most significant roles however include The Lion King, Field of Dreams, Dr. Strangelove, and the Star Wars saga of films.

Well, here we are once again at the end of another facts-packed video. We wish all of these stars and celebrities the best of health and prosperity in the twilight years of their lives. Hopefully, we’ll have the privilege of seeing them on the big and small screens for years to come.

Which star are you most surprised to discover are still active in their careers? Honestly, I’m not going to lie, I thought Bob Barker had passed away years ago. It’s great to hear that he’s still alive and kicking.

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