See What 30 Celebrities Over 60 Looked Like When They Were Younger
Some of the most famous faces in entertainment have been in the business for decades, and they're still working as hard as ever. From Denzel Washington to Al Pacino, many of these guys are still in their prime—and well over 60. With these actors and musicians still making headlines today, it's easy to forget what they looked like decades ago in their 20s or 30s. Scrollthrough to see pictures of what these 30 celebs looked like when they were younger.
Harrison Ford at 76
The actor continues to star in blockbusters like Star Wars: The Force Awakens and Blade Runner 2049.
Harrison Ford at 34
Here's Ford in the '70s, starring in the TV movie Dynasty.
Jeff Goldblum at 66
Whether on an island of dinosaurs, an isle of dogs, or a planet of trash, Goldblum keeps killin' it.
Jeff Goldblum at 35
Goldblum's film debut was in 1974's Death Wish, in which he played "Freak #1"
Samuel L. Jackson at 70
Samuel L. Jackson at 44
Jackson has appeared in more than 120 movies, which combined have earned $13.3 billion worldwide.
Michael Caine at 83
Rachel Weisz once joked that the proper way to pronounce this Brit's name is to say "my cocaine." Sorry, we mean "Sir, my cocaine."
Michael Caine at 33
Caine began his career on the London stage, using the stage name "Michael Scott."
Clint Eastwood at 87
Even as he approaches 90, the actor/director continues making fantastic drama. His most recent film The Mule is no exception.
Clint Eastwood at 33
In 1964, Eastwood starred in Sergio Leone's A Fistful of Dollars, establishing him as a mainstay of the western genre.
Liam Neeson at 66
Even in his 60s, Neeson still does some of his own stunts in action movies like Taken and The Commuter.
Liam Neeson at 36
The Irish actor's hairstyle has remained nearly unchanged across the decades. Around the time this photo was taken, he was starring alongside Patrick Swayze in Next of Kin.
Michael Keaton at 67
Keaton enjoyed a career resurgence after his Oscar-nominated performance in Birdman. Fingers crossed he finds his way back into Marvel's Spider-Man.
Michael Keaton at 36
Before he was Birdman, Keaton was Batman. Here he is at the 1989 Batman premier.
Bruce Willis at 63
The multi-faceted actor made his broadway debut in 2015 with Misery.
Bruce Willis at 31
But it was his lead role in the '80s classic Die Hard that catapulted him to superstardom.
Denzel Washington at 63
The penultimate leading man continues to star in critically acclaimed films like Fences and Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Denzel Washington at 29
Washington's big break came in the '80s, when he starred as Dr. Phillip Chandler in NBC's hospital drama St. Elsewhere.
Mick Jagger at 72
Somehow, the musician has maintained his classic mane all these decades later.
Mick Jagger at 19
In 1963, Jagger had just left the London School of Economics to pursue a music career with his band, the Rolling Stones.
Paul McCartney at 75
Even after almost 60 years, McCartney is still releasing new music, including—most recently—2018's Egypt Station.
Paul McCartney at 21
Here's McCartney three years after his first gig with a band of unknowns called The Beatles.
Richard Gere at 69
The actor and humanitarian's full head of hair has remained remarkably intact over the years.
Richard Gere at 30
Gere first rose to prominence with his role in American Gigolo.
Jackie Chan at 63
With more than 10 films still in the works, Jackie isn't slowing down.
Jackie Chan at 33
Here's Chan in The Fearless Hyena, 1979, the Hong Kong actor's directorial debut.
Pierce Brosnan at 65
The former James Bond actor has managed to keep a clean-cut, youthful appearance.
Pierce Brosnan at 30
The Irish actor moved to Los Angeles in the '80s and gained fame for his role in the TV series Remington Steele.
Jeff Bridges at 68
The Big Lebowski actor scored an Oscar win late in his career for his role in in 2009's Crazy Heart.
Jeff Bridges at 37
From his very first acting appearance at the age of two to landing his first Oscar nomination at 22, you could say Bridges was born to be in the spotlight.
Steven Spielberg at 71
Perhaps the most famous filmmaker of the modern era, Spielberg's prolific career spans more than five decades and includes megahit franchises like Jaws, Jurassic Park, and Indiana Jones.
Steven Spielberg at 38
Many trace the summer blockbuster back to Spielberg's Jaws (1975) which made over $400 million in the box office and helped usher in a new film era.
Spike Lee at 61
Lee received his first Oscar this year for BlacKkKlansman
Spike Lee at 32
Lee received his first Oscar nomination in 1985 for Do the Right Thing
Tom Hanks at 62
Hanks played Ben Bradlee in 2017's critically acclaimed The Post.
Tom Hanks at 29
Back in the '80s, Hanks' signature look involved thick curls.
Bruce Springsteen at 68
The singer and songwriter still performs to massive crowds all over the world.
Back in the '80s, his rock-and-roll performances were just as legendary.
Sting at 66
Sting is showing no signs of slowing down, as he continues to release new music.
Sting at 28
Here he is as the lead singer for The Police.
Ice T at 61
Ice has said his interest in pursuing rap originated during his time in the Army after hearing comrades' Grandmaster Flash tapes.
Ice T at 34
Ice was born "Tracy Lauren Marrow."
Scorsese's latest film The Irishman releases later this year.
Martin Scorsese at 31
As a child growing up in New York City's Little Italy, Scorsese suffered from asthma and poor health, leading him to spend a lot of his time at movie theaters.
Tom Selleck at 73
The actor's signature mustache remains on display at all times.
Tom Selleck at 35
He is known for his starring role in the '80s TV series Magnum, P.I.
Al Pacino at 78
The acclaimed actor has won all three of the prestigious acting awards: a Tony, an Emmy, and an Oscar.
Al Pacino at 35
His performances in The Godfather films are still considered some of his most iconic.
William Shatner at 87
Shatner was born in 1931 ... just let that sink in.
William Shatner at 36
Though the original Star Trek garnered a devoted fanbase, the show pulled in modest reviews and was cancelled after three seasons, leaving Shatner with few job prospects.
Sylvester Stallone at 72
The Rocky star is still in fighting shape. Just look at him crushing his workouts.
Sylvester Stallone at 30
Stallone has been playing Rocky Balboa since 1976. The latest installment in the legendary boxing series, Creed II, hits theaters in November, 2018.
Robert Redford at 82
In April 2014, Time declared Redford the "Godfather of Indie Film.
Robert Redford at 29
He got his start in TV before landing prominent film roles in the '60s like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid.
Robert Deniro at 75
The versatile performer has garnered praise for his role in crime dramas (Casino) as well as rom-coms (Meet the Fockers).
Robert Deniro at 33
Perhaps one of his most memorable roles was in the 1976 film Taxi Driver.
James Earl Jones at 85
You may know his voice before you recognize his face. Jones voiced both Darth Vader in Star Wars and Mufassa in the original Lion King.
James Earl Jones at 34
Jones's first performance was on stage in 1955 when he played Othello.
Sam Elliott at 74
Though Elliott's slow drawl has become his most famous non-mustached feature, he was told early in his career to lose the accent. Thankfully, Elliott's voice didn't go anywhere.
Sam Elliott at 23
Sam sans-mustache … your probably didn’t see that coming.
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