Angie Dickinson | Gun the Man Down | Age 90
Angie Dickinson got her start in the industry after appearing in a series of 1950s anthology TV episodes. “Gun the Man Down,” a 1956 Western picture, was her debut, while “Rio Bravo” earned her a Golden Globe nomination. She has 50 film credits to her name six decades later, including “Ocean’s Eleven,” “The Outside Man,” and “The Chase.” Dickinson, born Angeline Brown, captivated a slew of devoted followers over the years, and several accounts claim that Frank Sinatra was particularly fond of her. The couple allegedly had a 10-year romance, and she has also been linked to John F. Kennedy.
Linda Evans | The Big Valley | Age 79
Linda Evans, a former actress, rose to prominence after being cast in Dynasty. Interestingly, rather than continuing to pursue acting, she felt it was time to retire – at least from acting. She stopped acting and, with the exception of a few TV appearances here and there, she vanished from the public eye. Instead, she began opening fitness centers and airing infomercials for a facial rejuvenation mask. She’s 76 years old and has built a great fitness profession with a little help from acting along the way.