Iconic Women Of The 20th Century: Then And Now

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February 22, 2018 18:08 By Mambee

Beautiful and talented women on the peak of the career may not realize time and aging is inevitable! We all dream to run away from getting old! They were showering with glory and youth, now they are mature, wise and graying. But obviously, fans' love and admiration for them grow even stronger. Let's have a look at the icon women - then and now!

Madonna

Louise Ciccone is an iconic woman on the 20th century! She was born in 1958 and started her career in 1978 as a dancer, but her wild spirit led her to great accomplishments in entertainment field! She is a successful singer, actress, songwriter and a businesswoman. She continues touring and recording albums and she totally deserves the title “Queen of Pop”.

1985

2017

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Goldie Hawn

This American actress is an owner of numerous awards! She is the icon of comedy, and her fans adore her witty and charming personality. Her star kindled in 1968! Now she continues her acting career.

1970

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2017

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Cher

Born Cherilyn Sarkisian, the popular singer has been called “an embodying female autonomy in a male-dominated industry”. She has been successful in acting and singing, and she is well known for an ability to embrace different styles and characters.

1981

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Monica Bellucci

The world’s famous Italian-born model and actress started modeling career in 13 years old. Now she is still considered one of the most beautiful women.

1989

2017

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Brigitte Bardot

The sex symbol of the 50-s and 60-s was not just a pretty face. She has been a very successful actress, dancer, singer, model and an animal rights activist. She was the style icon and represented the liberty of France from 1969.

1956

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2001

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Dolly Parton

She is the most honored country performer among women of all time. Her 25 songs reached the first place in country music charts. Over the years of her career, Dolly had 47 Grammy nominations. She has been an author of more than 3000 songs! This woman beat every record in the number of awards she received.

1977

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Sigourney Wiever

Susan Alexandra Weaver best known for her iconic role of Ellen Ripley in "Alien" was born in 1949. She is still in high demand in the filmmaking industry.

1969

2017

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Sophia Loren

Sofia Costanza Brigida Villani Scicolone came up with an easier stage name. The Italian actress and singer born in 1934 was one of the most popular women in the world, she received four Golden Globe Awards as “World Film Favorite – Female”.

1959

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Barbra Streisand

This American singer has become one of the best-selling recording artists of all time. She sold 150 million albums and singles worldwide and became the first female honoured composer.

1966

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Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep has been often called the best actress of the generation. Born in 1949, she made her acting debut in 1975, by now she has won 8 Golden Globe Award – more than anyone in the acting career.

1980

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2017

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Aging is inevitable. Anyway, these iconic women remain beautiful and graceful over the years! They do not stop showing to the world that a true talent does not fade with time.

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