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Joan Collins

"Dynasty" star Joan Collins arrived at West Hollywood's Craig's restaurant for a glamorous night out on the town.
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Tina Louise

Tina Louise is best-known for playing movie star Ginger Grant on "Gilligan's Island," a role she largely tried to distance herself from after the show wrapped. She refused to sign on for any of the revivals that the rest of the cast particpated in. She's recently acted in films like "The Happy Ending" and "The Stepford Wives." Here, the star is seen on June 14, 2018, stepping out for movie screening in NYC. 
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Brigitte Bardot

'60s sex symbol Brigitte Bardot met with French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife Brigitte Macron at the Elysee Palace in Paris to discuss animal conditions in France. The French actress founded the Brigitte Bardot Foundation, which is dedicated to the protection of animals. MORE: THROWBACK TIME — CELEBRITY FLASHBACK PHOTOS
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Neve Campbell

Neve Campbell, best known for starring in the hit '90s show "Party of Five," as well as the 1996 horror film "Scream" looked glamorous on the red carpet for the New York City premiere of "Skyscraper."
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Marlo Thomas

Marlo Thomas was spotted braving the wintry elements. The 80-year-old star was seen arriving at Build Studios in New York City. MORE: CELEB PHOTOGRAPHER SPILLS OLD HOLLYWOOD SECRETS
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Ali Larter

Ali Larter, the '90s screen siren who starred in popular film and TV shows during the '90s and early 200s, such as "Dawson's Creek," "Final Destination," and "Legally Blonde," among others, was spotted partying during Golden Globes night. The actress is 41. MORE: ALI LARTER TALKS GETTING IN SHAPE FOR 'RESIDENT EVIL'
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Alison Arngrim

Alison Arngrim, best known for starring as bratty Nellie Oleson in "Little House on the Prairie," joined "Bewitched" child star Erin Murphy to support the "Batman '66" retrospective at the Hollywood Museum. The actress is 55. MUST-SEE STAR SIGHTINGS: JANUARY 2018
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Erin Murphy

Erin Murphy, the former child star who played Elizabeth Montgomery's daughter Tabitha in the hit sitcom "Bewitched," attended the "Batman '66"retrospective at the Hollywood Museum. The actress is 53. IN PICS: SAME CHARACTER, DIFFERENT ACTOR
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Lynda Carter

Lynda Carter, still recognized by fans as Wonder Woman from the hit '70s series, was spotted attending the NYC screening of "12 Strong." The actress is 66. MORE: GAL GADOT AND PATTY JENKINS ON WHETHER LYNDA CARTER WILL BE IN 'WONDER WOMAN 2'
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Pierce Brosnan

Pierce Brosnan surprised 007 fans with his beard as he arrived home in Los Angeles after supporting his son Paris at his catwalk debut during Milan Fashion Week. The 64-year-old Irish actor famously starred as James Bond before British actor Daniel Craig took over the iconic role. For more photos of Brosnan, visit x17online.comMORE: PIERCE BROSNAN RECALLS WORKING WITH ROBIN WILLIAMS ON 'MRS. DOUBTFIRE'
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Bo Derek

Bo Derek, who made a huge splash in Hollywood with her 1979 film "10," was spotted attending the 26th Annual Movieguide Awards in Los Angeles. MORE: BO DEREK OPENS UP ABOUT HER RELATIONSHIP WITH JOHN CORBETT
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Ginger Spice

Geri Horner, best recognized as Ginger Spice of British girl group Spice Girls, was seen leaving BBC Radio Two studios after promoting her new TV series "All Together Now" in London. MORE: SPICE GIRLS EXPLORING 'NEW OPPORTUNITIES TOGETHER' FOLLOWING REUNION
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Baby Spice

Emma Bunton, best known as Baby Spice in the British girl group Spice Girls, was seen leaving Geri Horner's (Ginger Spice) home after a highly publicized reunion. MORE: VICTORIA BECKHAM SAYS SPICE GIRLS 'NOT GOING ON TOUR'
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Christie Brinkley

Legendary supermodel Christie Brinkley was spotted leaving "Good Day New York" where she talked about her skincare line wearing a blue coat, striped blouse and black skinny jeans with knee-to-hem zipper accents. MORE: WHY SAILOR BRINKLEY COOK DIDN'T TELL MOM CHRISTIE BRINKLEY SHE POSTED NUDE FOR SPORTS ILLUSTRATED
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Heather Thomas

Heather Thomas, best known as Jody Banks in the popular '80s series "The Fall Guy," was spotted rushing to catch her flight out of LAX with a male companion. For more photos of Thomas, visit x17online.comMORE: HOLLYWOOD'S BEST BIKINI BODIES OVER 40
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Julie Andrews

Julie Andrews, the iconic British actress known for her many hit films, including "The Sound of Music" and "Mary Poppins," was seen attending the "Raise Your Voice" concert in New York City alongside singer Sam Smith to benefit the Voice Health Institute's 15 anniversary. MORE: JULIE ANDREWS TALKS POSSIBILITY OF A CAMEO IN 'MARY POPPINS' SEQUEL
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Lucy Lawless

Lucy Lawless, best recognized by fans as "Xena Warrior Princess," revealed a more natural look while relaxing in Italy. For more photos of Lawless, visit HollywoodLife.comMORE: CUE THE NOSTALGIA! FAVORITE TV REUNIONS
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Loretta Swit

Loretta Swit, best known for starring as Major Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan in "M*A*S*H," attended the 45th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in California. MORE: CAST OF 'HOME IMPROVEMENT': THEN AND NOW
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Don Johnson

Don Johnson, star of hit '80s series "Miami Vice," arrived in LAX in a windbreaker and aviator sunglasses. For more photos of Johnson, visit x17online.comMORE: DON JOHNSON TALKS 'HUMOROUS COINCIDENCE' OF 'BOOK CLUB'S' 'FIFTY SHADES' CROSSOVER
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Olsen Twins

Former child stars-turned-fashion moguls Mary-Kate (left) and Ashley Olsen made a rare appearance at the 2018 CFDA Awards at the Brooklyn Museum in New York City. MORE: MARY-KATE & ASHLEY OLSEN STEP OUT AT THE 2018 MET GALA
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Julie Newmar

Screen siren Julie Newmar, best known for starring as Catwoman in the hit '60s series "Batman," was honored at the Hollywood Museum during their "REAL TO REEL" exhibit. EXCLUSIVE: 'BATMAN' CO-STAR JULIE NEWMAR REMEMBERS ADAM WEST
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Jeremy Miller

Former child star Jeremy Miller, best known for his portrayal of Ben Seaver on the hit '80s sitcom "Growing Pains," was spotted at the Hollywood Museum for their "REAL TO REEL" exhibition. MORE: CUE THE NOSTALGIA! FAVORITE TV REUNIONS
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Kathleen Turner

Actress and director Kathleen Turner, whose famous raspy voice nabbed her the voice of Jessica Rabbit in 1988's "Who Framed Roger Rabbit," met fans at Supanova Sydney for a special Q&A. 
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Loni Anderson

Loni Anderson stunned audiences with her youthful apperance when she attended the TrevorLIVE LA Gala in Los Angeles. Anderson starred in hit shows, like "WKRP in Cincinnati" and "The Love Boat." MORE: HOLLYWOOD'S BEST BIKINI BODS OVER 40
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