Celebs Who Really Are Better With Age

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  • You might think that the younger you are, the prettier you look. But as these stars show, there’s a richness and maturity that make you even more attractive than you were years ago. Besides, you’ve now put those bad hairstyles behind you. Don’t believe us? Check out these celebrities now and then:

    Miichelle Pfeiffer

    True, Pfeiffer, 54, just can’t look really bad. But her mature sexiness is a lot more seductive than back in 1978...




  • ...when she was just another 1970s blonde in "Scarface."
  • George Clooney Today the 51-year-old is the world’s hunkiest guy. But back then, as a “Golden Girls” guest actor...




  • ....he looked like your goofy cousin.
  • Jaclyn Smith Today the former “Charlie’s Angels” star, 66, has a multimillion dollar home and fashion empire, with the panache to match, but pre "Angels"...




  • ...she bore a strange resemblance to an applicant for a corporate trainee job.
  • Vanessa Williams Every inch the sleek diva, the former beauty queen, 49, looks fabulous--and so much better...




  • ...than she did back in the 1980s. Those earrings! Ouch.
  • Sarah Jessica Parker The ultimate fashionista in “Sex and the City,” Parker, 47, flaunts her confident style in real life as well. Earlier in her career....




  • during “Saved by the Bell,” though….she had about the worst celebrity hairstyle we’ve ever seen. The 80s strike again.
  • Helen Mirren The female counterpart of George Clooney, Mirren, 66, looks so much better with age that it’s unbelievable....




  • ..though it was a different story forty-three years ago. A strange British beach drama? We don’t know, and we don’t want to know.
  • Diane Keaton These days, Keaton, 66, is tailor-made for the part of the delectable older woman who attracts hunky young guys. But before he breakout role in “Annie Hall...”




  • ...she looked more like a desperately eager denizen of Swinging London.
  • Daniel Craig Craig, 44, isn’t just hot; he’s seasoned, and looks like he can take care of you and himself in any crisis. He appearance couldn't have been more different...




  • …in “Young Indiana Jones.” In fact, he was lucky not to be condemned to a career of character acting.
  • Linda Gray Now 71, the "Dallas" veteran knows the subtle dignity of straight, silky hair and understated makeup. But...




  • ...in that prime-time extravaganza, the corkscrews were a big mistake. Who was the stylist, anyway?