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Top 25 Iconic Women From 1980s Then & Now?

    6. Carrie Fisher




    Then: Famous for her role as Princess Leia in the massive Hollywood Franchise “Star Wars”, Fisher has definitely invaded a lot of teenage boys’ fantasies – especially with her iconic Golden Bikini in one of the scenes of the popular sci-fi movie. She also made several movies after the third instalment of the Franchise was filmed.

    Now: Carrie was making a comeback with the film as it was being rebooted for additional films in the series. Unfortunately, Fisher died from a heart attack last December 2016. She was 60 years old.

    7. Olivia Newton John


    Then: Every Broadway junkie in the 70’s knows Olivia for her role as Sandy in the popular film adaptation of Grease. As she is first a singer before she’s an actress, most of her career was spent in the Music industry.

    Now: Olivia is still active in the industry, doing some touring in the international stage. She did a single in 2015 featuring her daughter, Chloe, who has inherited her love for music.

    8. Cheryl Ladd


    Then: Another singer-actress who made it big in Hollywood is Cheryl Ladd who debuted as an actress in the popular series “Charlie’s Angels”. But she obviously loved music more than she loved film making. She made 3 more albums after her first single turned out to be a hit.

    Now: In her later years, Cheryl was more exposed into acting. In fact, she recently played a role in “The People v. OJ Simpson” – a hit TV mini series in 2016.

    9. Kate Jackson


    Then: Another actress who debuted as one of Charlie’s Angels is Kate Jackson. She was known for her role as Sabrina. She continued to make several other TV series.

    Now: Kate isn’t that much exposed in the acting business in the past few years but she’s currently writing a book which she plans to release in 2020. <

    10. Sophia Loren


    Then: Sophia is one of the actresses who really started small and gradually worked her way up the ladder of success. She started young and did some insignificant roles until she got her big break with her role as Cesira in the hit film “Two Women.” This performance got her an Oscar for Best Actress.

    Now: She is now spending a lot of her time travelling between Switzerland and Los Angeles but her last performance was in 2009 in the musical “Nine” opposite to the amazing Daniel Day-Lewis.

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