Stars Aging Gracefully
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Stars Aging Gracefully

Exercise, diet—even attitude—can be as important as genetics when it comes to growing old gracefully. "Aging gracefully" has also been a word used to describe women who choose to grow older without undergoing any aesthetic procedures to help them maintain their looks.

Catherine Bach

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As one of the most famous television characters coming out of the 70’s, Dukes of Hazzard’s Daisy Duke could only have been played by the enigmatic Catherine Bach. Today, Catherine is a prime member of The Young and the Restless soap opera cast.

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Magic Johnson has owned scores of franchise businesses. After retiring from the NBA in the 1990s, Johnson launched his own investment firm Magic Johnson Enterprises. He has held a portion of the Los Angeles Lakers, Starbucks, Burger King, and TGI Fridays locations through his company.
Justin Beiber invested in Spotify and other startups. Though his music career has occupied much of his time, he finds the time to invest some of his fortune — and make even more money. Spotify, which went public in April 2018, was his first investment. Bieber contributed roughly $1 million to Shots Studios and launched its own record label.
Ashton Kutcher invested early in Uber, and his initial $500,000 investment grew to $50 million between 2011-2016. For over a decade, Kutcher has invested heavily in small startups that became hugely successful. He co-founded A-Grade Investments and has put money into Soundcloud, Spotify, Shazam, and Airbnb.
Oprah Winfrey watched the value of Weight Watchers rise after she bought shares; she purchased a 10% share at $40 million and watched it grow to $400 million. Winfrey isn't a millionaire. Her value is in the billions, and The Oprah connection reawakened people’s interest in the weight loss franchise.
Ellen DeGeneres is best known as a comedian and talk show host, but she also has a reputation as a smart real estate investor. DeGeneres and her wife, actress Portia de Rossi, have flipped many properties profitably. In 2018 a Beverly Hills mansion sold for $35 million — over double the $16 million DeGeneres paid for the place just three years earlier.