The “Rocket Man” singer is perhaps one of the most influential and famous musicians of all time, with a career spanning over five decades. John has not only produced music masterpieces but has also been a fierce advocate of LGBTQ and HIV founding a number of charities and donating to a number of organizations.
Here we can see him playfully sitting on a small motorbike in front of his four astonishing cars, amongst them a Rolls Royce and a Mercedes. As always, John is the king of style – wearing some shiny pumps, a very 70s-looking striped vest, and groovy sunglasses.
Here we see famous American actor and 70s heartthrob Warren Beatty in all his glory (and amazing hair!) sitting in his living room in 1975. This phenomenal actor dominated the films of the 60s, 70s, 80s and even 90s, starring in classics like “Bonnie and Clyde,” “Bugsy,” “Dick and Tracy,” “Bulworth,” and of course, who could forget “Shampoo,” alongside Goldie Hawn and Julie Christie.
Beatty was one of the most coveted actors, and men, of the 70s. But ultimately, it was fellow actress Anette Bening who stole his heart – the two have been married since 1992 and have four children. They met on the set of the classic film “Bugsy,” released in 1991.
One of the most famous authors and playwrights in American history, Truman Capote produced some of the world’s most important works of literature. With his classics like “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “In Cold Blood,” he became a true crime master and icon of the literary world. Not surprisingly, he was also a wildly interesting and flashy man, with a very unique sense of style and high-profile celebrity friends.
Above we see the master Capote in his United Nations Plaza home in 1980, sitting beside that magnificent vintage lamp and what seems to be a drawing of a cartoon pig. But his wine-colored fedora hat takes it all.
If anyone told us this bathroom belonged to anyone other than piano prodigy Liberace, we wouldn’t have believed them. Here is the famous singer, musician, and actor with an illustrious career spanning over 40 years. Liberace being Liberace, decided to pose in his home while taking a luxurious bubble bath during a TV special called “A Day in the Life of Liberace.”
Apart from the $55,000 marble bathtub (and that’s just the bathtub, please note the entire bathroom is made of marble!), we have the golden cherub statue that works as a towel holder, the opulent swan faucet, and basically every single detail in this room screams…Liberace!
Before they made countless movies and show remakes of “The Brady Bunch,” there was the original sitcom that aired in 1969. And Christopher Knight played Peter Brady throughout the show’s famous five seasons. Here is Knight as a young man sitting in his home in San Fernando Valley, California.
The year was 1977, so the brown, flared pants and the puffy haircut are more than justified – and that dog seems to be quite a character. Even though his peak fame came from his star role in “The Brady Bunch,” Knight went on to become a successful businessman and did some minor cameos on several TV shows later in life.