What These 70’s Stars Look Like Now is Unbelievable
GOLDIE HAWN THEN
Goldie Hawn had carved a niche in the world of glamor as the coveted actor on Rowan & Martin’s “Laugh-In” in the ’60s. By the next decade, she was cast in roles of films such as Butterflies Are Free and Shampoo. By 1979, she was declared as a box office flop in movies like Lovers & Liars. She regained her image in the ’80s.
GOLDIE HAWN NOW
Goldie Hawn saw huge successes throughout the ’80s and ’90s, but she took a break in her movie career all through the 2000s. The last movie that she was featured in was The Banger Sisters in 2002. Although she might be coming back as a voiceover actress with her current work on the animated Phineas & Ferb.
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN THEN
Olivia Newton-John had succeeded very early in life as a singer. With chart-toppers like “Please Mr. Please” and “Come On Over.” These music hits enabled her to get an entry in 1978’s Grease, where she became achieved a lot of glory.
OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN NOW
No longer as a shining star of cinema, Olivia Newton-John has come back to her home as an Australian singer. She has travelled extensively in Asia. Her performance has been famous in Las Vegas, where she has gave a performance at The Flamingo resort.
CARRIE FISHER THEN
Carrie Fisher debuted in the 1975 comedy Shampoo, a few years before becoming a star as Princess Leia in Star Wars. She was cast in numerous TV movies throughout the ’70s.
CARRIE FISHER NOW
Nowadays, Carrie Fisher has moved from acting to comedy. She has lended her voice to Peter Griffin’s boss on “Family Guy” and has made an appearance on Comedy Central’s Roast of William Shatner. She has made a comeback to theatre with her one-woman show: Wishful Drinking.
RAQUEL WELCH THEN
In the late ’60s, Raquel Welch initiated her acting career. In 1970, she paired with Tom Jones for a TV special called “Raquel!” The budget was astronomical and the shoot took place throughout the world, and gave her the status of an international sex symbol.
RAQUEL WELCH NOW
Today, Raquel Welch still happens to be very stunning. She still acts, currently appears in “CSI: Miami.” She has also worked on a line of beauty products.
JODIE FOSTER THEN
In the ’70s, Jodie Foster was cast in the role of a child actress. She made an appearance in TV series like “Paper Moon” and “The Partridge Family.” She received critical acclaim in a role in Taxi Driver that paved her way to a serious acting career.
JODIE FOSTER NOW
Jodie Foster continues to be an actress till today. She made appearances in novel movies like Mel Gibson’s The Beaver and Roman Polanski’s Carnage. In 2013, she was awarded the Cecil B. Demille award at the Golden Globes.
FAYE DUNAWAY THEN
Faye Dunaway came into full swing during the 1970s, with roles in critically-acclaimed movies like Chinatown and The Towering Inferno. She was successful in playing a wide variety of roles throughout her acting career.
FAYE DUNAWAY NOW
Dunaway still continues to act, but in smaller chunks for made-for-TV movies like Lifetime’s “Midnight Bayou” and Hallmark Channel’s “A Family Thanksgiving.” Faye Dunaway still enjoys the glory of an icon, always fondly remembered for her unpleasant role as Joan Crawford in the movie Mommie Dearest.
ANJELICA HUSTON THEN
Anjelica Huston’s family is in show business. Her father, John Huston, helped her get a foothold in the acting industry in the ’60s. During the ’70s, she made appearances in some movies such as The Swashbuckler and an unrecognized performance in One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. She achieved more success in her career in the 1980s.
ANJELICA HUSTON NOW
Anjelica Huston’s career is still flourishing. She has made several appearances in renowned Wes Anderson movies such as The Royal Tenenbaums, The Life Aquatic, and The Darjeeling Limited. She is actively philanthropic by helping to publicly recommend that Hollywood stop casting real animals on-screen. She received an award by PETA for her heroic efforts.