Living actors & actresses above 100 (Centenarians)by Jacob191 | created - 20 Jan 2018 | updated - 1 week ago | Public
Living centenarians with uncredited/minor roles:
Viola Smith (1912-)
Milton Quon (1913-)
Elisabeth Waldo (1918-)
Tao Porchon (1918-)
Not included due to lack of verification: Noriko Honma (1911-?) Yutaka Sada (1911-?) Katsumi Tezuka (1912-?) Alfredo Varelli (1914-?) Yumeko Aizome (1915-?) Sumiko Mizukubo (1916-?) Yvonne Moray (1917-?) Antonio Gradoli (1917-?) Jole Voleri (1917-?) Anne Hegira (1917-?) Patricia Walthall (1918-?) Rosemarie Gerstenberg (1918-?) Adriana Sivieri (1918-?) Jeanne Manet (1918-?) Albert Pierjac (1918-?) René Genesis (1918-?) Eolo Capritti (1918-?) Dusty Anderson (1918-?) Jessica Spencer (1919-?)
1. Julie Gibson
Actress | The Contender
Julie Gibson was born on September 6, 1913 in Grant County, Washington, USA as Gladys Camille Sorey. She is known for her work on The Contender (1944), Bowery Buckaroos (1947) and Bad Men of Tombstone (1949). She was previously married to Charles Barton and Dean Dillman Jr..
3. Norman Lloyd
Actor | Dead Poets Society
Norman Lloyd was born Norman Perlmutter in Jersey City, New Jersey, to Sadie (Horowitz), a housewife and singer, and Max Perlmutter, a furniture store manager. His family was Jewish (from Hungary and Russia). He began his acting career in the theater, first "treading the boards" at Eva Le Gallienne...
Actress | The Heiress
Olivia Mary de Havilland was born July 1, 1916, in Tokyo, Japan, to British parents Lilian Augusta (Ruse), a former actress, and Walter Augustus de Havilland, an English professor and patent attorney. Her sister, Joan, later to become famous as Joan Fontaine, was born the following year. Her ...
6. Kirk Douglas
Actor | Spartacus
Cleft-chinned, steely-eyed and virile star of international cinema who rose from being "the ragman's son" (the name of his best-selling 1988 autobiography) to become a bona fide superstar, Kirk Douglas, also known as Issur Danielovitch Demsky, was born on December 9, 1916 in Amsterdam, New York. ...
9. Don Marion
Actor | Percy
Born in the film capital of the world near the end of World War I, he made his film debut under the name John Henry Jr. in a Valentine's Day film short. During the 1920s he was considered to be one of the most popular film stars of the decade, alongside Mickey Rooney, Peggy Montgomery, and the many...
10. Marsha Hunt
Actress | Pride and Prejudice
Stardom somehow eluded this vastly gifted actress. Had it not perhaps been for her low-level profile compounded by her McCarthy-era blacklisting in the early 1950s, there is no telling what higher tier Marsha Hunt might have attained. Perhaps her work was not flashy enough, or too subdued, or ...
11. Suzy Delair
Actress | L'assassin habite... au 21
Prototype of the sexy cheeky French lady, Suzy Delair was discovered by Henri-Georges Clouzot, who became her companion and gave her two memorable roles : Mila Malou, inspector Wens' unbearable girlfriend in two films, The Last One of the Six (1941), which he wrote, and The Murderer Lives at Number...
Actress | Pop Cira i pop Spira
Branka Veselinovic was born on September 16, 1918 in Becej, Austria-Hungary. She is an actress, known for Pop Cira i pop Spira (1957), Muzej vostanih figura (1962) and Zlocin i kazna (1972). She was previously married to Mladen 'Mladja' Veselinovic.
15. Baby Peggy
Actress | Captain January
Silent moppet star Jackie Coogan, immortalized as Charles Chaplin's The Kid (1921), had only one screen rival during the early 1920s, and that was none other than Baby Peggy. She was "discovered" while visiting the Century Studios lot on Sunset Boulevard with her mother when she was a mere 19 ...
17. Sheila Mercier
Actress | Laughter from the Whitehall
Sheila Mercier was born on January 1, 1919 in Hull, Yorkshire, England as Sheila Betty Rix. She is an actress, known for Laughter from the Whitehall (1963), Brian Rix Presents ... (1960) and Emmerdale (1972). She was previously married to Peter Mercier.
19. Caren Marsh
Actress | Secrets of a Sorority Girl
She began her career as a radio actress and professional dancer in 1937 shortly after her graduation from Hollywood High School. In 1939 she was signed under contract to MGM Studios and appeared as a dance stand in for Judy Garland in 'The Wizard of Oz' (1939). She later became a free lance actress...
Hubert de Lapparent was born on April 19, 1919 in Strasbourg, Bas-Rhin, France. He is an actor, known for The Three Musketeers: Part I - The Queen's Diamonds (1961), Inspector Maigret (1958) and La garçonne (1957).