When you think of Cher, what is the first thing that comes to mind? Sonny? Mermaids? Do You Believe In Love After All? She has aged beautifully and we still can’t believe she is as old (or young) as she is. She is worth over $300 million and a biopic about her life was announced in 2021.
Sally Field began her acting career in 1965 and is best known for her roles in “Gidget,” “The Flying Nun,” and “Not Without My Daughter”. She once fired an agent for saying she was not beautiful, enough (how rude) and she turned down the role of Loretta in “Moonstruck.” She is divorced and has three kids.
Jamie Lee Curtis and Ellen DeGeneres- 1958
Jamie Lee Curtis had been around for a few decades and has not yet said her last word. "A Fish Called Wanda" is probably her greatest hit from the late 1980s. This movie was followed by huge big and small-screen successes such as "My Girl, Anything But Love," "True Lies," and more. Ellen DeGeneres has too short hair, but that's about as far as the resemblance between these two goes.
Ellen is best known for her comedian character and for her talk show, "The Ellen Degeneres Show." She was born in Louisiana, majored in communication studies, and worked as a waitress in TGI Friday (we can defiantly see that). By the age of 23, she started performing as a standup comedian, and the rest is history.
Helena Bonham Carter and Salma Hayek-1966
You get any more English than Helena Bohan Carter. She had been adorning stages and screens for over three decades. She is best known for her role in "A Room With a View" in which she played the character of Lucy Honeychurch. She has since grasped many awards, starred in many TV shows, and spiced up The Harry Potter series with a personal touch. She has two kids and lives in London, England.
Slama Hayek was born in Mexico and is of Lebanese origin. She studies international relations and began her acting career in 1989. She has starred in several productions but 2002 was definitely her year. The movie "Frida" was launched, and so was Salmas international recognition. She is married and has one child.
Caitlyn Jenner and Meryl Streep - 1949
Only four months separate Caitlyn Jenner and Meryl Streep, though it seems sometimes that worlds and years stand between the two. Caitlyn Jenner is known for two great accomplishments. The 1976 Olympic games and for being the most prominent athlete to come out so publicly.
Meryl Streep on the other hand is one of the greatest American actresses of all time, who has won so many awards and has touched so many hearts.
Michael Gambon and Chuck Norris- 1940
Sir Michael John Gambon (and we do emphasize the Sir), was an Irish- English actor. He started his career in the theater and successfully appeared in many productions of Shakespearean plays such as "Othello," "Hamlet," and "Macbeth." He then moved on to the widescreen with debuted roles in "The King's Speech" and is known for marvelous TV appearances too. Besides acting, he was a certified pilot, and he had one son who is a ceramic artist.
Carlos Ray "Chuck" Norris on the other hand, is All-American. Born and raised in Oklahoma, and says that he was a quiet and introverted child. Before dedicating himself to the world of acting, he joined the United States Airforce as an Air Policeman. In one of his missions in South Korea, he adopted his nickname Chuck. He is best associated with his roles in "The Way of The Dragon" and "Delta Force."