We’ve all heard the various sayings about age and what it means to grow older such as, “Age is just a number” or “You’re only as old as you feel”.
But how many of us actually take these sayings to heart and let them guide our daily lives and mindset?
Martin Short, 68, may be well-known for his comedic timing and being a leading funnyman, but as Short has come to understand first-hand, there is nothing funny about death.
Known for her husky voice and quick rise to fame in the 80s, Kathleen Turner, 64, has enjoyed an illustrious acting career over the years that has included memorable roles in films like Body Heat, Romancing the Stone, The War of the Roses, and Peggy Sue Got Married, among countless others.
When you hear the phrase, ‘Hollywood’s most bankable star’, who comes to mind?
Tom Cruise? Hugh Jackman? Tom Hanks?
At 77 years old, some might expect Martha Stewart to kick up her heels and spend her days relaxing and settling into a blissful retirement. After all, Stewart has built an illustrious career over the years with her pursuits in television, books, magazines, and merchandising among various other endeavors.
After more than fifty years working in the entertainment industry, it’s no surprise that Michael Douglas, 74, has acquired quite the collection of acting awards and accolades during his career. His bevvy of awards includes everything from two Oscars, two Screen Actors Guild Awards, an Emmy, an AFI Life Achievement Award, and a variety of countless others.
Although Bryan Cranston, 62, has been transforming into different characters for roles on Broadway, television, and in film since the 1980s, Cranston is often best known for his multiple award-winning role on AMC’s Breaking Bad, which ran from 2008-2013.
Glenn Close, 71, is no stranger to red carpets or award shows seeing as how she’s a six-time Academy Award nominee in addition to winning three Tony Awards, three Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards…and countless others over the course of her more than forty-year career as an actress.
Some insist that traditional funerals are a thing of the past. But the funeral of President George H. W. Bush showed the world otherwise.