Bo Derek had her first major role in 1977 when she played Annie in the adventure movie Orca. Her breakthrough role shortly followed in the 1979 film 10.
The actress dedicates her time to philanthropy initiatives like Richard Branson’s Wild Aid and other disabled veterans organizations. On top of this, she has her own line of organic shampoo and conditioner for dogs called “Bless the Beasts.”
Kim started off as a model and got her feet wet while debuting as an actor in the TV series “Gemini Man.” It was here that the world discovered her talent. Throughout the ’70s, she played in different T.V. series and movies like the remake of “From Here to Eternity.”
In the 1980’s she started to land bigger roles. Her most celebrated role and one that she won an Oscar for Best Actress in a Supporting Role was as Lynn Bracken in “L.A. Confidential.” In 2016, she starred in “The Nice Guys,” and in 2017’s “Fifty Shades Darker.”
Popular during the 1970s and 80s, this actress started her career in mini-movies and as a regular in soap operas. Her signature platinum blonde hair bore a strong resemblance to Marilyn Monroe.
The blonde bombshell continues to act today and recently starred in the T.V series “My Sister is So Gay,” from 2016-to 2018. She played the role of Frances.
Jackson is most recognized for her role as Sabrina Duncan in the popular 1970s TV series Charlie’s Angels. She left the series in 1979 after three seasons. After playing a crime-fighting angel, she moved on to TV series like Scarecrow and Mrs. King and Baby Boom.
Nowadays, she spends her time working on her memoir, called The Smart One, which she is hoping to have out by 2020. The star is a three-time Emmy Award nominee and a four-time Golden Globe Award nominee.
Dey found fame as Laurie Partridge on the sitcom “The Partridge Family” which she held from 1970-to 1974. In 1977, she returned to television as the co-star of the short-lived situation comedy “Loves Me, Loves Me Not.”
From 1986-to 1992, she played D.D.A Grace Van Owen on “L.A. Law,” and won a Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Television Series. In 2002, she acted as D.D.A Grace Van Owen in the television movie “L.A. Law: The Movie.” She also starred in two episodes of the hit T.V show “Third Watch.”