Aging gracefully is a beauty not afforded by all. As time goes on we see more and more wrinkles and gray hair as our beauty slips away. However, some of these stars of the 1960\u2019s must have found the fountain of youth as you\u2019ll see from these photos. Whatever they\u2019re doing to keep their image up, whether that\u2019s laser skin treatment, surgery or a strict diet and exercise regimen, it seems to be working! 1.\u00a0Vanessa Redgrave thecoast.net.nz Vanessa Redgrave is the daughter of the famous theater actor Michael Redgrave, and she originally followed in his footsteps and rose to prominence as a stage actress. However, she went on to become one of the most iconic film actresses of the 1960\u2019s! She has been a prolific actress on the stage all throughout her career, but it has been her roles on the big screen that have made her a household name. Vanessa starred in more than 80 films over the years, including Camelot, Murder on the Orient Express, Mission: Impossible, and The Butler. Most notably, she won an Academy Award for her role in the 1977 film Julia. The actress is now in her mid-70s, but she still works regularly on television, film and theatre! 2.\u00a0Julie Christie thecoast.net.nz Winner of an Academy Award for her role in Darling, Julie Christie is a very memorable face of the big screen. Films such as Doctor Zhivago, Fahrenheit 451, Far from the Madding Crowd, and The Go-Between made her an icon of the 60\u2019s. She\u2019s still acting today, making appearances in films such as Red Riding Hood and The Company You Keep. 3.\u00a0Katharine Ross edgetrends.com Best known for her Academy Award nominated performance in The Graduate, Katharine Ross has been in many memorable films over the years. Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Stepford Wives, and Voyage of the Damned are among some of her most well-known titles. Most recently, she has appeared multiple times at the Malibu Playhouse. Click NEXT to continue 4.\u00a0Shirley MacLaine thecoast.net.nz Named after Shirley Temple, Shirley MacLaine has been a wide variety of films over the years despite not starting out as a child actress like her namesake. She\u2019s had a wildly successful career, winning an Academy Award, five Golden Globes, an Emmy, and two BAFTA Awards. Shirley is probably best known for her roles in older films such as Around the World in 80 Days, Steel Magnolias, Postcards from the Edge, and The Apartment, but she\u2019s still acting to this day! Some of her more recent works include The Secret Life of Walter Mitty, Wild Oats, and a recurring role on the popular television show Downton Abbey. She\u2019s also released a number of autobiographies throughout the years, where she discusses her experiences in Hollywood, her travels around the world, and her New Age beliefs. 5. Julie Andrews pinterest.com | rebrn.com As the daughter of two vaudeville performers, Dame Julia \u201cJulie\u201d Elizabeth Andrews began receiving singing lessons at a young age. Her parents wanted to cultivate her four-octave singing range, and it\u2019s a good thing they did! Julie was a performing singer all throughout her childhood and teen years, so it was easy for her to launch her career as a stage actress at the age of 20. Her career included several iconic roles, most notably the starring role in The Sound of Music and her portrayal of the singing nanny Mary Poppins in the film of the same name. The actress won an incredible number of awards throughout her career, including an Academy Award, a BAFTA, five Golden Globes, three Grammys, and two Emmys! In recent years, Julie has taken a break from acting to focus on other career goals like writing children\u2019s books and directing films. 6. Claudia Cardinale edgetrends.com Winner of the \u201cMost Beautiful Italian Girl in Tunisia\u201d competition in 1957, Claudia Cardinale\u2019s beauty made her a very memorable face in the acting world. At one point, she was one of the most well-known actresses in Italy. She became known in the UK and USA for films such as The Pink Panther, Lost Command, and Once Upon a Time in the West. When she lost her taste for Hollywood, Claudia transitioned back to Italian and French cinema. These days, she can often be found speaking out on behalf of women\u2019s rights. 7.\u00a0Monica Vitti edgetrends.com An award winning Italian actress, Monica Vitti became one of the most famous actresses of the 20th century in Italy thanks to her role in the award-winning 1960 film L\u2019avventura. Monica never really crossed over into English-language films, but her Italian roles won her numerous awards including 7 Italian Golden Globes and the Venice Film Festival Career Golden Lion Award. Some of her other well-known works include Dramma Della gelosia, La Notte, and Le Fant\u00f4me de la libert\u00e9, the last of which secured her a prominent place in the film history of Italy. Her last film was Secret Scandal in 1989, and after that she dabbled in teaching, directing, and acting in the theater. Sadly, Monica has suffered from Alzheimer\u2019s disease for the past 20 years and has rarely been seen in public because of her condition. 8.\u00a0Anouk Aim\u00e9e thecoast.net.nz Appearing in very first film at the age of fourteen, Anouk Aim\u00e9e is an award winning French actress who has been prolific in her work. In a poll done by Empire Magazine in 1995, Anouk was named one of the hundred sexiest stars in film history. She was known for femme fatale type roles, largely due to her striking features. She\u2019s still making her mark on French cinema to this day! Can you guess who is NEXT? 9.\u00a0Vera Miles pinterest.com | rebrn.com Famous for her iconic role in the classic 1960 film Psycho, Vera Miles is one of the most memorable faces of 60\u2019s cinema. She won the title of \u201cMiss Kansas\u201d in 1948 when she was 19 and went on to catch the eyes of famous directors, Alfred Hitchcock and John Ford. Ford cast her in the 1956 western film The Searchers, while Hitchcock was quick to put her under a personal contract and declare her as his \u201cnew Grace Kelly\u201d. Unfortunately, Vera only ever appeared in one other Hitchcock film: 1956\u2019s The Wrong Man. However, she did go on to appear in a number of other films and TV shows like The Twilight Zone, Psycho II, and Murder, She Wrote. She retired from acting in 1995, and today resides in California. 10.\u00a0Jeanne Moreau pinterest.com | rebrn.com An award winning actress from France, Jeanne Moreau made her debut as an actress in 1947. She originally performed on stage, establishing herself as a leading lady in the world of acting. She transitioned to films in 1949, starting small before achieving prominence with roles in films like Elevator to the Gallows. Though she was most well known in the 60\u2019s, Jeanne remained an actress for much of her life. 11.\u00a0Catherine Deneuve thecoast.net.nz Known for her talent as an actress, singer, model, and producer, Catherine Deneuve has kept herself busy throughout a career spanning almost 50 years! The French actress has long been a familiar face in French cinema, and she\u2019s been nominated for a total of 14 Cesar Awards over the course of her career. She\u2019s won the prestigious French award twice, for the films The Last Metro and Indochine. Catherine is an international film star as well, and some of her English films include Hustle, Dancer in the Dark, and The Musketeer. She is still acting today, and most recently appeared in the 2015 films The Brand New Testament and Standing Tall. In her free time, the actress supports a number of charities and is well-known for being outspoken about her liberal political beliefs. 12.\u00a0Donna Douglas pinterest.com | rebrn.com Donna Douglas was an American actress and singer, known for her role as Elly May Clampett in CBS\u2019s The Beverly Hillbillies. She also starred in films such as \u201cFrankie and Johnny\u201d, \u201cLover Come Back\u201d and \u201cCareer\u201d. She passed away in January of 2015. One lesson people can learn from this beauty is about sticking with what works for you. Donna was recognizable by her big, blonde hair, and she maintained some semblance of that style. If you find a hairstyle or makeup technique that works for you, stick to it! Our final 2 are NEXT 13.\u00a0Julie Newmar pinterest.com | rebrn.com As the daughter of a professional football player and a Broadway actress, Julie Newmar took stardom seriously from a young age. She studied piano, dance, and classical ballet as a child, and graduated high school when she was only 15! She spent two years playing Catwoman in the wildly popular Batman TV show, but she had never even heard of the show until she was cast in it. She only took the role because her brother said she should! Most people will remember Julie as Catwoman, but she appeared in a number of other popular television shows as well, including The Beverly Hillbillies, The Twilight Zone, and The Bionic Woman. Although she\u2019s still acting today, she\u2019s also been busy pursuing other business ventures like real estate investments and marketing her own patented line of women\u2019s underwear. 14.\u00a0Barbara Feldon pinterest.com | rebrn.com Barbara Feldon is an American character actress who works mostly in the theater but is primarily known for her roles on television. Her most prominent role was that of Agent 99 on the 1960s sitcom Get Smart. She also worked as a model. Working as a model is probably how she learned to make her eyes pop with how she dresses and the makeup she wears! Fans who want to take beauty notes from Barbara should never doubt the power of mascara and wearing colors that make your best features pop! Credit:\u00a0edgetrends.com Related: The Cast Of \u201cLittle House On The Prairie\u201d Then And Now Forrest Gump Cast Then And Now If you LIKE this story, please SHARE this story! Did we miss anyone? Let us know in the comment section below.