Famous celebs who lived to 100 and beyond
Claire Du Brey: 100 -
Claire Du Brey (sometimes spelled Du Bray or Dubrey), was another star from Hollywood's early years who appeared in over 200 films between 1916 and 1959!
Janis Paige: 100 - She worked as a pin-up model and had a successful career in film for 60 years. Paige celebrated her 100th birthday in September 2022.
Norman Lear: 100 - He's best known for producing hit TV shows like 'Maude' and 'The Facts of Life.' He celebrated his 100th birthday in 2022 and is still working!
Norman Lloyd: 106 -
Veteran actor, producer, and director Norman Lloyd passed away in his sleep on May 11 2021, aged 106.
Kirk Douglas: 103 -
The actor, and father of Michael Douglas, was famous for his roles in films like 'The Vikings' (1958) and 'Spartacus' (1960).
Queen Elizabeth: 101 - The Queen Mother was 101 years old when she passed away in 2002.
George Burns: 100 - The comedian and actor, who passed away in 1996, said his career was like his personal fountain of youth.
Luise Rainer: 104 - This actress was the first person to win consecutive Oscars, thanks to her roles in 'The Great Ziegfeld' (1936) and 'The Good Earth' (1937).
Earl Cameron: 102 -
Earlston Jewitt Cameron was a Bermudian actor who lived and worked in the UK.
Connie Sawyer: 105 -
Before she passed away in 2018, the actress enjoyed a successful career that spanned decades.
Ellen Albertini Dow: 101 -
If you've seen 'The Wedding Singer' (1998), you'll remember Dow as the "rapping grandmother" who takes music lessons from Adam Sandler's character.
Louise Currie: 100 -
Before Brie Larson, it was Louise Currie who starred as Captain Marvel in 1941's 'Adventures of Captain Marvel.'
Diana Serra Cary (Peggy-Jean Montgomery): 101 - Born in 1918, Peggy-Jean Montgomery was a child star known as "Baby Peggy" who appeared in more than 150 short films.
Marsha Hunt: 104 -
Despite being blacklisted in Hollywood during the anticommunist sweep in the '50s, Marsha Hunt still had a successful career.
George Abbott: 107 -
The actor, playwright, producer, director, and screenwriter had a fruitful career full of Tony Awards and a Pulitzer Prize for Drama as well.
Irwin Corey: 102 -
The comedian, actor, and activist was famous for his bit as "The World's Foremost Authority," and was often lauded as a more educated Charlie Chaplin.
Jeanne Calment: 122 -
Jeanne Calment only earned fame when she passed away on August 4, 1997, at the age of 122 years and 164 days.