Susan Sarandon has been in front of the camera since the late 60′s, but you wouldn’t know to look at her that she is almost 66 years old.

She might look just as good now as she did in her first big acting role on the short-lived soap opera ‘A World Apart.’ Her true breakout roles came in 1974 when she starred opposite Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau in ‘The Front Page’ and ‘Lovin Molly’ with Anthony Perkins.

Sarandon became a bona fide sex symbol after her Academy Award nomination for ‘Thelma and Louise’ and made every young man wish for a minor league baseball career (just for the women) as Molly in the movie ‘Bull Durham.’

These days, Sarandon has become a political activist and humanitarian but still finds time for movies like ‘Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps’ and ‘Jeff, Who Lives at Home.’

So, without further ado…