Morgan Freeman (born 1937)
The Oscar winner reprised his role as Allan Trumbull in the Gerard Butler action series "Angel Has Fallen" (2019) and appeared in comedies "The Comeback Trail" (2020) and "Coming 2 America" (2021). An environmentalist, Freeman lent his distinct voice to the documentary "Our Universe" (2022).
James Hong (born 1929) With over 700 acting credits under his belt, Hong is one of the most prolific actors in Hollywood history. Best known for his roles in '80s films like "Blade Runner" (1982) and "Big Trouble in Little China" (1986), a whole new generation of viewers discovered him in "Everything Everywhere All At Once" (2022). His latest project is a family film called "Patsy Lee and the Keepers of the 5 Kingdoms" (2023).
George Takei (born 1937)
Best known for his role on the hit TV series "Star Trek," Takei has brought the musical "Allegiance" (based on his experiences in the Japanese internment camps) to Broadway and beyond. He's currently starring in an off-West End version of the play. Takei also has a prolific voiceover career, recently voicing roles in "He-Man" and "Star Trek: Lower Decks" (playing Sulu). He's also a longtime LGBTQ+ activist.
Alan Alda (born 1936)
The "M*A*S*H" alum continues to act on the small screen, starring in "The Good Fight," "Ray Donovan," and "Ray Donovan: The Movie."
Donald Sutherland (born 1935)
The Canadian actor's career spans over six decades. In 2021, he won a Critics' Choice Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Movie/Miniseries for "The Undoing." He was also the lead in the horror drama "Mr. Harrigan's Phone" (2022).
James Earl Jones (born 1931)
In 2019, Jones reprised his voice role of Mufasa in the remake of "The Lion King." After voicing Darth Vader in various "Star Wars" projects (most recently a cameo in 2019's "The Rise of Skywalker), Jones announced in 2022 that he is retiring from the role. Future Vaders will be voiced using AI software based on archival audio.
In terms of live-action films, Jones reprised the role of King Jaffe Joffer in Coming 2 American (2021).
Lily Tomlin (born 1939)
Tomlin's career continues to thrive. She (and longtime collaborator Jane Fonda) wrapped "Grace and Frankie" in 2022, and costarred in "80 For Brady" in 2023.
Jane Fonda (born 1937)
Fonda's career continues to thrive. She (and longtime collaborator Lily Tomlin) wrapped "Grace and Frankie" in 2022, and costarred in "80 For Brady" in 2023.
Rita Moreno (born 1931)
A legend of the stage and screen, Moreno continues to act well into her '90s. Her more recent projects include Netflix's revival of "One Day at a Time" (2020), Valentina in the 2021 version of "West Side Story" (60 years after she played Anita in the 1961 version) and "80 For Brady" (2023).
Patrick Stewart (born 1940)
Sir Patrick Stewart is a star of the stage and screen. He's best known for playing Jean-Luc Picard in "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and it's spin-off, "Star Trek: Picard," which premiered its third and final season in February 2023.
He is also known for playing Professor Charles Xavier, the founder of the X-Men in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. His latest appearance was a member of the Illuminati in "Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness."
Harrison Ford (born 1942)
Ford is still swinging into action as Indiana Jones. He'll reprise the role in "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny" in 2023. He also stars opposite Jason Segel in "Shrinking."
June Squibb (born 1929)
The lovable June Squibb still keeps busy with live-action and voiceover roles.
In 2021, she played Justin Timberlake's grandmother in the Apple TV film "Palmer" and Momo in the ensemble film "Momo."
She's lent her voice to "The Fungies!" and "Little Ellen."
Ellen Burstyn (born 1932)
Burstyn continues to act well into her nineties. She appears as an actress trying to recapture her fame in an episode of "Poker Face" (2023). She's also slated to appear in the upcoming "Exorcist" film (2023).