The first of July is the day when Olivia de Havilland was born.
One of the few surviving icons from Hollywood’s Golden Age, she will be 104 years old on July 1, 2020, making her one of the oldest remaining stars from that era. Additionally, she is the last surviving cast member from the iconic film Gone With the Wind, which was released in 1939.
Have a peek at some pictures that were taken of her over the years!
On July 1, 2019, Olivia De Havilland will celebrate her 103rd birthday. She is one of the last remaining legends of Hollywood, and at 103 years old, she is one of the last living legends of Hollywood. Here at DYR, we would want to recognize her wonderful life and legacy. In addition, she is the only member of the cast of the first version of Gone With the Wind, which was released in 1939. At the age of 103, she still manages to wow everyone with her stunning good features.
As we celebrate Olivia’s birthday, take a look at some of the most beautiful images she’s ever posed for over the years. And here’s hoping for many more!
Take a look at these pictures of her from when she was just starting out in her career.
In 1955, a promotional photograph for the film That Lady was taken of the actress, and it included Gilbert Roland as her co-star.
It seems like she is having her hair and cosmetics done in this picture. 1958 was the year that this picture was taken. She has not lost any of her stunning good looks!
Above, she may be seen posing with Barry Sullivan in the same scene from the film Light in the Piazza, which was released in 1962. Does anyone else recall seeing this incredible movie?
This stunning portrait of the amazing actress was shot in the Italian capital city of Rome in the year 1968.
She is such a stunning beauty!
This picture of the actress was taken in 1971 at the National Film Theatre in London, which is located in the United Kingdom.
The picture that you see above is an appearance by Olivia in the television movie The Screaming Woman that was produced by Walt Disney Television. 1972 was the year when the photograph was taken.
The actress had a guest starring role in an episode of the television series The Love Boat titled “Two for Julie/Aunt Hilly/The Duel.” This was shown on the 14th of March in 1981.
A photograph of the actress was taken of her in the year 1990 at some point.
When this picture was taken in 2004, she was working as an overseer at the Ministere of Culture in Paris, France, where Jack Valenti was receiving the Legion of Honor.