10. Marsha Hunt – Now 103
At only five, Marsha Hunt told her parents she wanted to become an actress. A dozen years later, she accomplished her big dream and signed with Paramount Pictures. Hunt turned out to be so talented that she was named one of the top 10 actors to watch out for in 1944.
Her fame rose with brilliant performances in movies like “Raw Deal” until 1950, when Hollywood decided to backlist her for speaking up for her peers. Even though she eventually stopped being criticized, the baby boomer actress couldn’t regain her earlier fame.
Still, she’s still known for being the first star activist who continues to have an affinity for speaking her mind.
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