Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda broke out in 1960s hits like Cat Ballou, and buoyed her reputation with films like Barefoot and the Park and They Shoot Horses, Don’t They before the decade was over. (She also ended up on a lot of dorm walls thanks to 1968’s Barbarella.)

But she owned the next decade, becoming one of the leading stars of the 1970s — and most acclaimed.

In 1971, she won her first Best Actress Oscar for a daring turn in Klute (above), and won her second for 1978’s Coming Home.

She was nominated for four additional Oscars in a stellar career that also included 9 to 5, On Golden Pond (in which she starred with her father, Henry Fonda), The Morning After, Stanley and Iris, and Luck.

At 85, Jane Fonda is busier than ever Last year alone she starred with Sally Field in 80 for Brady and with Diane Keaton in Book Club: The Next Chapter, and will also provide voice acting for Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken. She also just wrapped up a long TV run on Grace and Frankie.

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