Betty White Just Turned 92! 6 Other Actresses Who Prove Age Ain't Nothing But A Number

Get ready to be amazed. Jan. 17 is Betty White's birthday, and the Hot in Cleveland star sure has a lot to celebrate. How old is Betty White, you ask? That would be 92... incredible. Betty White proves that being in your 90's doesn't mean you have to slow down — after all, age is just a number, right?

She's not the only one in Hollywood to see things that way. Click through for more actresses who couldn't care less about what their birth certificate says.

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Quvenzhané Wallis

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When I was nine, I was collecting worms and reading the American Girl Doll series. When Quvenzhané was nine, she was nominated for the Best Actress Academy Award. The next role for Quvenzhané Wallis? She’ll be playing the role of little orphan Annie in the movie remake of the classic musical.

Cloris Leachman

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Cloris Leachman has had a long career, but she’s not slowing down anytime soon. She made serious headlines back in 2009 for looking fantastic in a bathing suit photo shoot she did for In Touch Weekly. Currently, she stars as Maw Maw in Fox’s Raising Hope. Oh, and did we mention she’s 87?

Barbara Walters

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At age 84, Barbara hosted her last 10 Most Fascinating People special. This television host still sits on the panel of The View — a show she created — and is still the most levelheaded one at the table.

Ellen Burstyn

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This 81-year-old actress stars in the Lifetime adaption of Flowers in the Attic (as the oh-so-evil grandmother) and has several new film projects in the works. Plus, she looks absolutely amazing.

Jennifer Lawrence

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At just 23, Jennifer Lawrence became the youngest actress to be a three-time Academy Award nominee. Not only is J. Law an awards-show darling, she’s also got a huge fan base of teens (and adults!) thanks to her starring role in the Hunger Games trilogy. If she takes home her second award this year for American Hustle, we’ll have yet another reason for our burning jealousy.

Judi Dench

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At 79, this actress — named Dame Judi Dench in 1988 by Queen Elizabeth II — stars in films of all different genres. She plays the role of M in the 007 series and recently was nominated for her starring role in the critically-acclaimed drama Philomena. She’ll reprise her role as Evelyn in The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel 2, out later this year.