15 Famous People Who Will Turn 65 In 2023

Sharon Stone was 34 when Basic Instinct hit theaters.

At the age of 34, Michelle Pfeiffer played Catwoman in the iconic superhero movie, Batman Returns.

Annette Bening rose to fame at the age of 33 after starring in the biopic, Bugsy, where she also met her future husband, Warren Beatty.

Tim Burton is 39 in the photo on the left. By that time, he’d already made Beetlejuice, Edward Scissorhands, and Batman Returns.

Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio played Robin Hood’s beloved more than 30 years ago. The 32-year-old actress was nominated for a Saturn award for this role.

The photo on the left was taken while filming the last episode of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys. At the time, Kevin Sorbo was 41.

When the first Police Academy film was released, Steve Guttenberg was only 25. In the movie shot on the left, which belongs to the fourth part of the franchise, the actor was 28.

Tim Robbins filmed The Shawshank Redemption at the age of 35. Almost 30 years have passed since then, but the movie still tops the list as one of the best movies of all time on IMDb.

One of the most prominent Kevin Bacon roles is Sebastian Caine in the thriller, Hollow Man. The actor was 42 at the time.

The T-1000, played by Robert Patrick, is one of the most famous villains in movie history. At the time of the Terminator 2: Judgement Day release, the actor was 32.

Andie MacDowell was also 32 when she starred in the iconic comedy, Green Card.

Viggo Mortensen conquered everyone’s hearts by playing Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings trilogy. The shot on the left depicts him at the age of 44.

Gary Oldman is great at playing villains. His performance in The Fifth Element was also brilliant. The actor was 39 at the time.

The character of Tina Turner in the biopic, What’s Love Got to Do with It, became Angela Bassett’s breakthrough role. The actress was 34.

In the 1980s, Madonna was at the peak of fame. The pop diva will turn 65 on August 16, and she’s 28 in the photo on the left.

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