What These 15 Famous Women Of The 70s Are Up To Now

Boys wanted to date them; girls wanted to be them. They were not only seen on TV but also on posters on our bedroom wall. However, what do these 10 famous women of the 70's look like now? Click through and see for yourself.

1. Kate Jackson

Most of us know Kate starred in the original "Charlie's Angels," but few know that she was the first one to think of the name of the show. She has been married and divorced three times. Having suffered traumas with heart disease and breast cancer, Kate is an advocate for both. 

2. Loni Anderson

People in the 1970’s will quickly associate Loni Anderson with WKRP In Cincinnati, in which she played Jennifer Marlowe. She later drew more media attention when marrying huge star Burt Reynolds. She now spend more time looking after her daughter who suffers from multiple sclerosis.

3. Bo Derek

Bo starred in the horror movie, "Orca," which was her film debut in the 70s. After Bo became famous, she kept on acting over the years in minor television and film roles. Nowadays, she is an advocate for animal rights and more politically active.

4. Linda Kozlowski

Kozlowski is famous for her role as the gutsy Sue Charlton in "Crocodile Dundee". The on-screen spark between Linda and Paul Hogan turns into reality and the duo got married in 1990. The fairytale fell apart in 2014 and today Linda is almost unrecognisable by the audiences.

5. Barbara Eden

If Bewitched was the most watched TV show in 1964, then I Dream Of Jeannie was another hit in 1965, in which Barbara Eden hitted the right note with the starring role of Jeannie. Eden wrote a memoir, Jeannie Out of the Bottle, which was released in 2011. 

6. Cheryl Ladd

Cheryl Ladd’s big acting break came in 1977, when she played the role of Kris Munroe in Charlie's Angels. Following the show, Cheryl Ladd continued to appear as familiar face on TV. In 2010, Ladd filmed a TV movie "Love's Everlasting Courage" for the Hallmark Channel.

7. Jennifer Grey

Jennifer Grey is best known for the role of Jeanie Bueller in the comedy film Ferris Bueller's Day Off in 1986. She underwent two nose job in the early 1990s. Although once involved with actors Michael J. Fox and Johnny Depp, she eventually married actor/director Clark Gregg in 2001.  

8. Sally Field

The 70s were Sally's golden age. After her first role in "Smokey and the Bandit", she starred in "Norma Rae”, for which she won an Academy Award. Later, she played roles in films including "Lincoln" and "Legally Blond 2", as well as TV roles in shows such as "ER" and "Brothers and Sisters."

9. Valerie Perrine

Valerie's breakout role was in "Diamonds Are Forever," but she started her career as Montana Wildhack in "Slaughterhouse Five." After Valerie had become well known, she continued to act in films such as "What Women Want" with Mel Gibson, and television show "Lights Out."

10. Cybill Shepherd

Starting her career as a model, Cybill made a name for herself. Then, she began her acting career which included "Taxi Driver" and "The Heartbreak Kid." Though being older and retired from her modeling career, Cybill is still active in many successful films and TV shows, such as "The L Word."

11. Goldie Hawn

Hawn won her first Oscar at the age of 24 for the film "Cactus Flower." Goldie has given birth to two acting geniuses: Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson. She has been in a relationship with actor Kurt Russell since 1983, and they have a son, Wyatt.

12.  Jane Seymour

Seymour became famous in the James Bond film "Live and Let Die”, which made her a sex symbol. Since then, Seymour has had many famous film and television roles, such as "Medicine Woman" and "Dr. Quinn." Today, she continues to act both onscreen and onstage.

13. Jodie Foster

What shot Jodie Foster to stardom is her role as a teenage prostitute in "Taxi Driver." In 1991, Jodie starred in "Silence of The Lambs" which earned her an Academy Award. Today, she focuses her efforts on directing. The latest film directed by her is "Money Monster."

14. Cher

Cher and her husband formed a duo band, Sonny & Cher. After the success of their single "I Got You Babe," Cher got her foot on the ladder to fame. She enjoyed her role as a panel judge on TV shows, including "The Voice" and "Dancing With The Stars."

15. Meryl Streep

Before turning to Hollywood smash hits, Streep started her acting career in stage shows. In her film debut, "The Deer Hunter," Robert De Niro suggested Streep should be cast as his girlfriend. Streep has been regarded as one of the greatest actresses of our generation.