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Alex Ferguson http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2010/11/23/article-0-0C21C441000005DC-615_634x461.jpg
didn't realise it was so popular
please refrain from any more for the time being
I've been watching Life on Earth (1979) recently and he was in his early 50s when he made that.
here he is age 17
He was the absolute spit of Oliver Reed until he grew the beard anyway
plotting against the entire future population of the country
not old per se, but terminally middle-aged
even in the really black and white photos he looks sooo old
Brian Cox (the good one).
He was singing like that in his early 20s.
he's the anti-Peter Pan
All playing grey old guys for as long as I've lived
perhaps we are to take One Direction to serve as an allusion to the Marxist view on the grand narrative of history, and the 'one direction' in which economic policy within societies is to develop.
Sub-thread: Did Alain de Botton just get told?
surprised no one said that yet.
Michael Caine also (I've seen Alfie and the Italian Job but even then he seemed to be getting oldish).
Dustin Hoffman has been an older man for quite a long time but didn't necessarily always look it. Didn't realise he was into his 40s in Tootsie and that there was only a very small age gap between him and Anne Bancroft in the Graduate (6 years).
just found this on buzzfeed http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/morgan-freeman-has-always-been-a-60-year-old-man
he was born eighty years old.