In 2008, Jamie Lee Curtis made waves when she posed topless in a pool on the cover of AARP magazine, confiding, "I think I have finally found what I hope beauty is, or at least, beauty as it applies to me." That beauty: comfortable self-acceptance. She told CBSNews in 2003, "To me, perfection is being happy with who you are. Look at me, I’m happy.”
All My Children star Susan Lucci is the highest-paid actor on daytime television, and with good reason: She's played the most popular soap opera character of all time for 40 years. The petite actress declared her love of J. Brand jeans, Christian Louboutin stilettos and Clé de Peau cosmetics in a recent interview. Lucci is also the proud face of Youthful Essence, a home microdermabrasion system.
Helen Mirren would rather not be the poster woman for aging gracefully. In fact, she's "a bit cross" that she's been getting so much attention for her looks in recent years. She told The Hollywood Reporter, "We have to let go of this crap. It creates even more pressure on women, and I certainly don't want to be a part of that. I'm not beautiful; I clean up nice ... The fact that I look good at the age I am is bloody irrelevant
Yale grad Angela Bassett has never been one for vanity roles. She's best known for weightier dramatic leads that communicate a captivating physical and emotional strength, coupled with a riveting vulnerability. The radiant mother-of-two and UNICEF ambassador told Vogue Italia earlier this year, "Age is something that haunts us from the moment we are born, we can't fight it!"
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Catherine Keener riffed with the best of them in The 40-Year-Old Virgin, punctuating her perfectly-delivered punchlines with unbridled glee. The Oscar-nominated actress has one of Hollywood's most memorable—and endearing—laughs, and the ebullient smile to back it up.