Here's a look at what movie stars and actresses from the 1970s were doing then, and what they're up to now. Some have continued working, others have retired. The one thing we know about all of these people is that they changed the face of television and cinema for all future generations.
You might be asking yourself: Who are the hottest actresses of all time? There are plenty of hot actresses currently working, but you're going to need to dig deep into history to discover that there were actresses twice as hot years prior. A young Jane Fonda easily rivals a Jennifer Lawrence. That's why this list looks at the hottest women of an earlier era: The best of the '70s. Interested in how the biggest male stars are doing? Check the then and now list of the most famous actors of the '70s.During the '70s, many actresses graced the screen. Some continued to act throughout their lives, others have become has-beens. So how are these '70s screen sirens doing today in the 2010s? Check out our before and after list of the most famous actresses of the '70s.
Goldie Hawn (Then)
Goldie Hawn had made a name for herself as the it-girl on Rowan & Martin's "Laugh-In" in the '60s. By the 1970s, she was appearing in films like Butterflies Are Free and Shampoo. By 1979, she was in box office flops like Lovers & Liars. She recovered in the '80s.
Goldie Hawn saw major successes throughout the '80s and '90s, but she took a hiatus throughout the 2000s. The last feature that she starred in was The Banger Sisters in 2002. Though she might be making a comeback as a voiceover actress with her recent work on the animated Phineas & Ferb.
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Olivia Newton-John (Then)
Olivia Newton-John had achieved early success as a singer. With chart-topping tracks like "Please Mr. Please" and "Come On Over." These hits got her cast in 1978's Grease, where she became a full-fledged phenomenon.
No longer a star of cinema, Olivia Newton-John has returned to her roots as an Australian singer. She has extensively toured in Asia. Her performance has come to Las Vegas, where she has a residency at The Flamingo resort.
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