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Sam Elliott is Back on “The Ranch” a New Netflix Series

By Margaret Manning August 12, 2015 Mindset

Sam Elliott has always been a favorite of older women everywhere. There is something about his combination of genuine kindness and rough manly personality that makes us go crazy. In fact, when Sam turned 71, a few days ago, over 5,000 women in our community took the time to wish him a happy birthday!

Well ladies, if you’re a Sam Elliot fan, I have good news! He is scheduled to appear in the upcoming Netflix comedy, The Ranch. In the series, Elliot plays the father of a football player who has returned home to look after the family business.

I’ve become a heavy Netflix user recently and I can’t wait to curl up with a glass of wine to watch Elliot’s latest adventures.

Setting aside his good looks and charm, one of the things that I love most about Sam Elliot is that he isn’t slowing down. As a successful actor, he can afford to take it easy. Instead, he is doing what he loves – entertaining all of us. According to IMDB, he has 9 film and TV projects planned for 2015, including I’ll See You in My Dreams, which released earlier this year.

I’d love to hear what you think about Sam Elliot. Please take a few minutes to answer one or more of the following questions in the comments. Let’s get to know each other a little better.

What is your favorite Sam Elliot film or TV program?

Are you looking forward to watching The Ranch, when it releases?

What one question would you ask Sam if you had a chance?

Please join the conversation and “like” and share this article to keep the discussion going.

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Margaret Manning is the founder of Sixty and Me. She is an entrepreneur, author and speaker. Margaret is passionate about building dynamic and engaged communities that improve lives and change perceptions. Margaret can be contacted at

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