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Yes, way! Take a look at Olivia Newton-John, Pierce Brosnan and more stars in their 60s

Oh, Sandy!

Olivia Newton-John’s wholesome girl-next-door looks make it hard to believe the Grease and Xanadu star, and breast cancer survivor, is 64. The Australian actress and singer is shown performing at London’s Royal Albert Hall during her first U.K. tour (a sell-out) since 1978.

March 2013: Rune Hellestad/Corbis

Red-Hot Brit

British actress Jane Seymour, 62, was the Lady in Red at the 2013 Kentucky Derby. The former Bond Girl (in Live and Let Die) and star of TV’s Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman is also an accomplished painter.

May 2013: Mike Coppola/Getty Images

Star Power

Susan Sarandon, 66, helped honor everyday people at the 2012 CNN Heroes tribute in Los Angeles. The star of Thelma & Louise, Bull Durham, Dead Man Walking (a Best Actress Oscar) and more is a mother of three, including actress Eva Amurri, 28.

Dec. 2012: Jason Merritt/WireImage/Getty Images

Leading Man

Just weeks before turning the big 6-0, Irish actor Pierce Brosnan (a former James Bond) was his ever-dashing self at the Hollywood premiere of Love Is All You Need — a romantic comedy in which he stars as a wealthy widower who finds love in Italy.  

April 2013: Vivien Killilea/Film Magic/Getty Images

Class Act

Phylicia Rashad, 65, the Tony Award-winning actress (2004’s A Raisin in the Sun), posed for photographers at a 2013 celebrity event in California. For eight years she starred on The Cosby Show as Clair Huxtable — our favorite classy, tough and very cool TV mom.

Jan 2013: Christopher Polk/NBC/Getty Images

Action Hero

Liam Neeson, 61, waves to fans in Seoul, South Korea, while promoting Taken 2, an action flick in which he plays a retired CIA operative captured by the father of a man he once killed. Time magazine has praised the actor as “a mature, real man in an era of superhero fantasy.”

Sept. 2012: Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images

Golden Girl

Actress Goldie Hawn was all smiles at a London fundraiser for the Novak Djokovic Foundation to support disadvantaged Serbian youth. Hawn, 67, cochaired the event with her daughter, actress Kate Hudson, 34.

July 2013: Mike Marsland/WireImage/Getty Images

Rock Icon

Sting performs at the 2013 Los Angeles MusiCares concert honoring Bruce Springsteen. The 61-year-old former frontman of the Police spent the summer of ’13 traveling the world, from Boston to Bucharest, for his “Back to Bass” tour.

Feb. 2013: Kevin Mazur/WireImage/Getty Images

Stage Presence

Award-winning actress and Alien star Sigourney Weaver, 63, was ready for business at the 2013 New York Drama Critics’ Circle Awards. The Broadway comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, starring Weaver and Frasier’s David Hyde Pierce, won for Best Play. 

May 2013: J. Countess/Getty Images

Pretty in Pink

Helen Mirren wowed the crowd at the 2013 BAFTA Film Awards in London with her temporarily pink hair. Noting how the actress’ tresses matched her nail polish and lipstick, the Daily Mail wrote that the 68-year-old Mirren “definitely stole the show.”

Feb. 2013: Samir Hussein/Getty Images

Brazil’s Beauty

Best known for her role in 1985’s Kiss of the Spider Woman, Brazilian actress Sonia Braga, 63 (arriving at the 2012 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year gala), is also known for her romances with Robert Redford and rocker David Lee Roth.

Nov. 2012: Michael Tran/FilmMagic/Getty Images

Box Office Gold

Actor Samuel L. Jackson, 64, speaking at the 2013 NAACP Image Awards, is often referred to as the highest-grossing actor of all time, having earned about $9 billion (at last count) in blockbusters that include Jurassic Park, Pulp Fiction and the three Star Wars prequels.

Feb. 2013: Earl Gibson III/WireImage/Getty Images

Doyenne of TV News

ABC World News anchor Diane Sawyer, 67, seems to never age. A former White House press aide to Richard Nixon, the journalist and one-time Good Morning America host has interviewed subjects ranging from Fidel Castro to Michael Jackson.

Sept. 2012: Walter McBride/WM Photography/Corbis

Romantic Lead

Richard Gere, 63, has come a long way since American Gigolo and An Officer and a Gentleman made him a 1980s (and beyond) sex symbol. In 2012, he schmoozed on the Academy Awards red carpet (left). He was nominated for a Golden Globe that year for his role in Arbitrage.

Feb. 2012: David McNew/Getty Images

Wonder Woman

Lynda Carter, 62, the famously buxom Wonder Woman of 1970s TV, made an appearance at a movie screening in New York. The mother of two, a Washington, D.C.-area resident, is more focused on singing than acting these days, having released three albums. Her latest: Crazy Little Things

April 2013: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images

Haute Couture

Designer Vera Wang, 64, famous for her chic, pricey and highly sought-after wedding gowns, was a woman in black (with a hat!) at a 2013 Tribeca Film Festival event. 

April 2013: Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images

King of Country

On stage during a Dick Clark tribute at the 2013 Annual Academy of Country Music Awards, George Strait, 61, sang the Garth Brooks song “The Dance” and then — with Brooks — his own “The Cowboy Rides Away.” 

April 2013: Kevin Winter/ACMA2013/Getty Images

Award Winner

Alfre Woodard, 60 — seen at the 2013 Essence Black Women in Hollywood Luncheon — has been nominated for 17 Emmys, and won four of them (including for roles in Hill Street Blues on NBC and the 1997 HBO special Miss Evers’ Boys).

Feb. 2013: Steve Granitz/WireImage/Getty Images

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