Jamie Lee Curtis Stuns Fans with Hot Throwback Photo of Herself
Jamie Lee Curtis recently shared a photo of her younger self on social media. The throwback photo stunned her legion of fans.
Curtis, 61, was doing a little reminiscing on July 8 when she shared a seriously striking photograph of herself on Instagram. In the photo, she flashes a half-smile while flaunting her toned upper body.
In the caption, she quipped that her friend Melanie Griffith sent her a cream from Augustinus Bader. She also wrote that she looks 40 years younger in the photo.
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Needless to say, fans were impressed by the picture. They immediately took to the remark segment of the acclaimed actress' post to say so.
"It's a miracle cream," one wrote. Another fan added that she never realized how stunning Curtis was. "Lol! But really, you look marvelous!" someone else wrote. "Btw [sic], really enjoying your feed!"
At her age, Curtis is busier and more joyful than ever. As reported by Closer Weekly, the actress said that her current motto in life is: "If not now, when? If not me, who?"
That is the reason she recently signed to direct her first movie, "Mother Nature." She will add the flick to a long list of upcoming projects.
Clearly, Curtis is following the path of her husband, Christopher Guest. She has been hitched to the award-winning actor and director since 1984.
Curtis took to social media to pay tribute to her mother, Janet Leigh.
Meanwhile, Curtis reprised her role as Laurie Strode in the upcoming horror film, "Halloween Kills." Directed by David Gordon Green, the movie is a sequel to 2018's "Halloween."
"Halloween Kills" is originally set to appear in theaters on October 16. Unfortunately, it has been pushed back to October 15, 2021, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as reported by ET Canada.
"I am as disappointed as you are," Curtis announced on July 9. "I promise you it will be worth the wait." Before that announcement, Curtis took to social media to pay tribute to her mother, Janet Leigh.
Curtis was born in Los Angeles, California, in November 1958. Her father was late actor Tony Curtis. Her big break at acting came when she starred as Laurie Strode in the 1978 American slasher film "Halloween."
She earned recognition after starring in several successful movies, including "Perfect" (1985) and "A Fish Called Wanda" (1988).
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