Brigitte Bardot – 1934
The classic charm and beauty of French star Brigitte Bardot were well-known across the globe. In the 50s and 60s, her enchanting looks and acting skills received heaps of praise, especially through films such as Goddard’s Le Mepris and Louis Malle’s Viva Maria which earned her massive fame and recognition, a BAFTA award for the best foreign actress.
Bardot was initially drawn to ballet in her early life. Her acting career jumpstarted in 1952. She achieved international acclaim with her portrayal in the film And God Created Woman, she also garnered attention from the French intellectuals.
At the age of 83, she hasn’t ceased to be a celebrated star. With a healthy diet and fitness regime, she could have easily given the young guns a run for their money in Tinseltown. She keeps herself busy nowadays as an activist, fighting for animal rights.