Unfortunately, I’m not getting movie roles where I play, like, “a rather young-looking old man.” Maybe I’m doing something wrong—not taking advantage of it enough.
Every day when I get out of a car, I thank the goddesses that I have strong thighs, that I’ve worked out to keep strong thighs. When I’m backing a car up and I have to look over my shoulder, I’m thankful that I’ve kept flexible and I can turn my head and it doesn’t […]
I know better than I did even when I was younger that no matter how old you are or who you are or where you are, keeping moving in a way that’s appropriate for your age is absolutely critical to your healthy lifespan.
I want young people to stop being afraid about getting older. What matters isn’t age, isn’t that chronological number. What matters is your health.
They say age is an attitude…. It’s horrible.
What haven’t I had done? I had my face done, I had my eyes done, I had my nose thinned a year ago… I had a facelift six years ago. Every woman should do it before you should have it done, because then they don’t notice you’ve had it done.
Anything that the older generation hates is usually loved by kids. Nothing much changes — that still continues today.
I wish wearing flat-irons on our heads would keep us from growing up. But buds will be roses, and kittens, cats,—more’s the pity!
I’m proud of myself because I’m onto a new thing. At 65, I’m different than I was. We’re all rethinking what we said 20 years ago, 10 years ago, four years ago. I’m not even rethinking it, I just don’t have the same way of doing humor or conversation.
The weirdest thing is how nothing ever goes away once it’s on the internet. Every interview I did when I was 15 is still out there, and I think about it constantly.