Gracefully aging, Helen Hunt is as beautiful today as she was five decades ago

Pressured by Hollywood and discerning fans that impose impossible standards of perfection, many celebrities are chasing youth in the hopes of achieving immortal beauty.

Dismissing expectations of others, Helen Hunt is gracefully embracing the imperfections of aging and she looks gorgeous!

Performing on TV shows since she was a child, Helen Hunt grew up on the screen with millions of fans watching her transform from the fresh-faced girl to the now accomplished 59-year-old, whose years show on her face, adding to her natural beauty.

Hunt started acting when she was only 11. She got her big break in The Swiss Family Robinson, a TV series (1975 to 1976) about a shipwrecked family stranded on a volcanic island. Starring as Helga Wagner, she played a young girl from the same shipwreck, who was taken in by the Robinsons.

She later appeared as the daughter of Murray Slaughter (played by Gavin McLeod) on The Mary Tyler Moore Show, in an episode of The Bionic Woman opposite Lindsay Wagner, and in Facts of Life. Her first big movie was Rollercoaster (1977) alongside Hollywood legends, Henry Fonda and George Segal.

The next decade catapulted her into stardom with roles in touchstone 80’s films, like Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985), with another up and comer Sarah Jessica Parker, Project X (1987) with Matthew Broderick, and Next of Kin (1989) with the late Patrick Swayze and Ben Stiller in one of his earlier roles.






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