Our Favorite Beauties Over 50

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  • Our Favorite Beauties Over 50 Some women really do have it all—successful careers, amazingly good looks and a way about them that makes them turns heads without even trying. And yes, many of these women are Boomers!

    Okay, so maybe we’re a teensie bit jealous. But here are 10 of our favorite 50+ Hollywood beauties—because even if we’re envious, we can’t help but love them.

     

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  • Susan Sarandon Sarandon, 64, has starred in numerous critically acclaimed films including ‘Atlantic City’ (1980), ‘Thelma & Louise’ (1991), ‘The Client’ (1994) and ‘Stepmom’ (1998). We’ve loved this auburn-haired actress since the 70s, and we’re glad she’s still going strong!

     

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  • Helen Mirren Mirren acted in numerous plays as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company back in the 60s. But now, at age 66 and busier than ever, this British beaut. knows that she’s still got it. In the 2003 film ‘Calendar Girls’, Mirren showed us just how much self-confidence she had when she bared it all for the camera.

     

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  • Sigourney Weaver Standing at over 5’11”, Weaver, 61, is literally heads above the rest. If you loved watching her in the ‘Alien’ series as much as we did, then you’ll be happy to hear that she’s set to appear in five films in 2011 alone. We can’t wait to see her in action again. Plus, we love her signature cropped hair ‘do.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Sharon Stone Back in 1990, Stone showed the world just how hot and confident she was in the famous leg-crossing scene in ‘Total Recall’. (A role that got her listed as one of ‘People’ Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People In The World.) Soon after, she portrayed other erotic roles in the films ‘Basic Instinct’ (1992) and ‘Casino’ (1995). Now, at age 53, Stone is looking hotter than ever.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Christie Brinkley At age 57, the former supermodel looks just as stunning now as she did on the cover of ‘Sports Illustrated’ back in the 80s. Brinkley, who is currently a star in the Broadway show ‘Chicago’, always seems to be smiling and often spotted outside the theater looking super stylish in her dresses and stage makeup.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Angela Bassett Bassett, 52, is best known for portraying real life roles of women in African American culture, including Tina Turner in ‘What’s Love Got To Do With It’ (1993) and Rose Parks in ‘The Rosa Parks Story’ (2002). And guess what? She has beauty and brains—this gorgeous actress went to Yale.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Jessica Lange Model, actress, producer and now photographer. Lang, 62, who is most often noted for her performance in ‘Frances’ (1982), is still keeping busy and still looking young beyond her years. She currently has two films in post-production—‘The Big Valley’ due out in 2011 and ‘The Vow’, which is set to hit theaters in 2012.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Madonna Madonna is 52 and still looks as hot and energetic up on stage as she did in her ‘Like A Virgin’ days. But her pipes of steel and rock hard body aren’t the only things that make her beautiful. She’s one of the century’s biggest music icons—selling more than 300 million records worldwide, Madonna is the world’s top-selling female recording artist of all time.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Meryl Streep Streep, 62, is one of the most well respected actresses of our time. Over the course of her multi-decade career, she’s racked up 16 Oscar nominations and 25 Golden Globe nominations for films like ‘Kramer vs. Kramer’ (1979), ‘Music Of The Heart’ (1999), ‘Adaptaion’ (2002) and ‘The Devil Wears Prada’ (2006). In the 2008 film ‘Mamma Mia!,” Streep showed the world that on top of everything else, she can also sing. We’d also like to add that she looks stunning with silver hair.

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!

  • Goldie Hawn Can you believe Goldie Hawn is 65? (We know, neither can we.) Hawn is best known for her roles in movies like ‘Private Benjamin’ (1980), ‘Birds On A Wire’ (1990) and ‘The First Wives Club’ (1992). Hawn hasn’t been in a film since ‘The Banger Sisters’ in 2002, but hey, she’s still one of our favorite blonde bombshells!

     

    Speaking Multiple Languages Can Help Delay Alzheimer's

    One of the easiest ways to fight the onset of Alzheimer's disease is by learning another language. The innovative Pimsleur Approach promises to teach you any language in just 10 days. Materials are available in CD, MP3 or iTunes formats. Get started today!


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