Top 5 Successful Women Celebrities In Their 70s

Published on 07/13/2022
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Even in their 70s, this list of beautiful actors, models, singers, and stars commanded the airwaves, and many of them became cultural icons thanks to their seductive looks and captivating performances. Many of the ladies on the list have stayed popular, and you can still see them mentioned in mainstream culture.

Top 5 Successful Women Celebrities In Their 70s

Top 5 Successful Women Celebrities In Their 70s

Charo

Xavier Cugat, the bandleader, discovered Charo, the Spanish American actress, and the two married on August 1, 1966, in Las Vegas. Cugat, keen to showcase his wife’s abilities, would regularly include her in his Las Vegas and New York concerts. Between 1965 and 1967, she made four television appearances alongside her husband, bringing her to a broader audience. In 1976, she starred in an unaired pilot episode of the Charo and the Sergeant television series. The taped episodes were only broadcast on the American Armed Forces Network in other countries. Charo continues to make appearances on television, the most recent being on Rupaul’s Drag Race on March 13, 2020.

Pamela Hensley

Pamela Hensley is an American actress who began her acting career in the early 1970s with roles on popular television shows. She also appeared in Doc Savage: Man of Bronze and Rollerball, among other films. The majority of people link Hensley with two roles. The first is Princess Ardala from the 1970s science fiction series Buck Rogers in the Twenty-First Century, who is nasty and cunning. The second is her appearance as CJ in the 1980s television series Matt Houston. Hensley dropped out of the entertainment industry after Matt Houston ended, only to resurface as a novelist in 2004 by publishing The Jewish-Sicilian Cookbook. Since 1982, she has married E. Duke Vincent, a well-known television executive producer.

Lee Meriwether

Lee Ann Meriwether is an actress and former model who won the Miss America competition in 1955. She is arguably best recognized for her role as Betty Jones, Buddy Ebsen’s secretary and daughter-in-law in the 1970s crime thriller Barnaby Jones.Lee Meriwether won the Miss America contest in 1955 and began appearing on various television shows as a guest star. In truth, she only portrayed the character in Batman: The Movie, which was released in 1966. Meriwether is best known for her role as Betty Jones on the 1973–1980 television series Barnaby Jones. She continues to provide voice-overs for TV, theatre, cinema, and video games.

Stefanie Powers

Stefanie Powers is an American actress who rose to prominence in the 1980s television series Hart to Hart as Jennifer Hart. The actress was raised in the Roman Catholic faith and was born in Hollywood, California, to Polish American parents. Stefanie Powers secured a deal with Columbia Pictures when she was just 15 years old. Powers was regarded as one of the studio’s brightest new stars then, but her film career was short-lived. In 1965, Powers had a more substantial role in the Hammer horror picture My Darling, supporting veteran actress Tallulah Bankhead. Her book, One from the Heart, was published in 2010.

Stefanie Powers

Stefanie Powers

Chelsea Brown

Chelsea Brown, an actor, singer, and comedian was a regular on the NBC sketch comedy show Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In from 1968 to 1973. She became one of the first black women to regularly star in a television series. She was frequently spotted dancing and exchanging one-liners with Ruth Buzzi, Goldie Hawn, and Jo Anne Worley while wearing body paint. Following her departure from the show, she continued to act in films such as Matt Lincoln, Police Story, and others. She married Australian actor Vic Rooney and relocated to Australia permanently, where she performed in film, television, and theatre, and even recorded a few albums.

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