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Veteran Stars You Thought Were Long Gone but Are Not Even Planning Their Retirement

 Ann-Margret Olsson – April 28, 1941

Ann-Margret is a singer, dancer, composer, and actress. The actress was born in Sweden but moved to Hollywood to pursue a career in acting. It paid off quite handsomely when she signed a contract with 20th Century Fox in 1961. Ann starred in movies such as Bye Bye Birdie, The Cincinnati Kid, Viva Las Vegas, Grumpier Old Men, Once a Thief, Grumpy Old Men, The Train Robbers, and Carnal Knowledge. 

The famous actress received nominations for two Grammy awards, six Emmy awards, two Academy Awards, and one Screen Actors Guild award. She has also won five Golden Globe awards for her acting and singing. Ann-Margret released a gospel album in 2001. After five decades in the industry and with numerous awards under her belt the actress still active. Her recent roles include the role of Diane in The Kominsky Method. 

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