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Stunning Female Stars of the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s

They were the true goddesses that kept us staring at both the big and small screen from the 70’s through the 90’s, mesmerized by their beauty and talent. Now, decades later, we are still captivated enough by them to wonder what they are up to now. Some have obviously hit it big in the genetic lottery as they remain beautiful without any need of plastic surgery, while other’s faces show the influence of the bad life choices they made, developing issues of drug addiction and alcoholism. Not only that, some have managed to keep their net worth, while some ended up filing for bankruptcy. Read on to find out where your favorite female stars at this point in their lives.

Barbara Eden – Now 88 years old

Singing, acting, modeling, there’s nothing that Barbara Eden doesn’t have in her career’s portfolio. After having had such success within the industry, it’s no wonder everyone out there knows her name. She’s 88 years old by now but still is far from retirement. In fact, in 2019, she played Mrs. Claus on My Adventures with Santa. By starring in films and series like I Still Dream of Jeannie and Harper Valley P.T.A., she’s become one of Hollywood’s most ageless actresses. In doing so, she’s also earned herself a $10 million fortune!

Barbi Benton – Now 70 years old

Barbi Benton was a huge name in the 60’s and 70’s, thanks to several risqué magazine covers, a stint on Hee Haw, and several hits to her credit. Not only that, she was in long relationship with Hugh Hefner and even lived in the infamous mansion with him. In 1979, she married George Gradow and soon went into retirement in the 80’s to raise a family. She is in her 70s now and living a cozy and comfortable life and her unmatched beauty is still very famous among her fandom.

Loni Anderson – Now 74 years old

Loni Anderson will always be known for playing Jennifer Marlowe, the blonde and buxom receptionist of the show WKRP in Cincinnati. For this role alone, she’s had several Golden Globes nominations to her credit. Loni wrote and published her autobiography in 1997. She still takes on acting jobs occasionally, though her acting opportunities have decreased dramatically in the 2000s, with just five acting credits to her name between 2000 and 2017.

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