How 15+ Iconic Actresses Looked in Their Starring Roles and Last Acts

We all vividly remember the roles that brought fame to these wonderful actresses. Some of these stars ignited right in front of our eyes. After all, it feels as if it was yesterday when we first saw Uma Thurman dancing the twist with John Travolta. And it seems it was just recently when we empathized with Nicole Kidman in the Bangkok Hilton flick.

Today at Bright Side, we want to pay tribute to these celebrities by watching their creative path, from the roles that made them famous to their latest movie and TV appearances.

18. Michelle Pfeiffer — Scarface (1983) and French Exit (2020)

17. Vivien Leigh — Gone with the Wind (1939) and Ship of Fools (1965)

16. Uma Thurman — Pulp Fiction (1994) and The War with Grandpa (2020)

15. Sophie Marceau — The Party (1980) and Mrs Mills (2018)

14. Meryl Streep — Kramer vs. Kramer (1979) and Little Women (2019)

13. Emily Watson — Breaking the Waves (1996) and Chernobyl (2019)

12. Nicole Kidman — Bangkok Hilton (1989) and The Undoing (2020)

11. Charlotte Gainsbourg — An Impudent Girl (1985) and My Dog Stupid (2019)

10. Linda Hamilton — The Terminator (1984) and Terminator: Dark Fate (2019)

9. Helen Mirren — Age of Consent (1968) and Catherine the Great (2019)

8. Juliette Binoche — Bad Blood (1986) and How to Be a Good Wife (2020)

7. Reese Witherspoon — The Man in the Moon (1991) and Little Fires Everywhere (2020)

6. Elizabeth Taylor — National Velvet (1944) and These Old Broads (2001)

5. Robin Wright — Santa Barbara (1984–1993) and Land (2021)

4. Sophia Loren — Aida (1953) and The Life Ahead (2020)

3. Monica Bellucci — Vita coi figli (1990) and The Man Who Sold His Skin (2020)

2. Salma Hayek — Roadracers (1994) and The Roads Not Taken (2020)

1. Renée Zellweger — Jerry Maguire (1996) and Judy (2019)

Which of these actresses has changed the least in your opinion? In which works did they reach the peak of their creativity?

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