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  • Age 40+ female celebs who are child-free

    6 posts, 4 voices, 7506 views, started Feb 5, 2009

    Posted on Thursday, February 5, 2009 by Tracytn

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    • Aquamarine
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      I was thinking about this subject recently and off-hand I can think of:
      -Rachael Ray
      -Dolly Parton
      -Oprah Winfrey
      -Eileen Fulton (long-time soap actress)

      I found an article from Feb 2001 entitled “Famous People Without Children” that had some interesting names on the list. This article is from 8 years ago, so by now some of these people do have kids. I didn’t edit the list at all so there might be people on here who are still under age 40, and there are men listed too:

      Mo Mowlam, Cabinet minister and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster (UK)
      Mari Matsunaga, Japanese innovator of i-mode, voted in top 25 tech women of the web
      Lauren Hutton, model/actress
      Marlo Thomas, actress
      Stephanie Zimbalist, actress
      Patrick Swayze, actor
      Betty White, actress
      Kevin Spacey, actor
      Margaret Mitchell, author
      Julia Roberts, actress
      Quentin Tarantino, writer/director
      Randy Travis, singer
      Dwight Yokam, singer
      Lara Flynn Boyle, actress
      Daryl Hannah, actress
      Diane Sawyer, news reporter
      Mickey Rourke, actor
      Mary Cassatt, Impressionist painter
      Annie Oakley
      Arthur C. Clark (step-father, but none of his own)
      Baroness Karen Blixen, author (Out of Africa)
      Oprah Winfrey, talk show host
      Amelia Earhart, adventurer
      Ann Bancroft (the polar explorer, not the actress)
      Simone de Beauvoir, writer
      Gloria Steinem, feminist activist/writer
      Helen Keller, author
      Annie Sullivan, H. Keller’s teacher
      Jessye Norman, opera singer
      Mother Teresa, nun
      George Washington (step-father but none of his own)
      Frida Kahlo, Mexican painter
      Immanuel Kant, philosopher
      Jesus Christ
      Lawrence of Arabia
      William Lyon MacKenzie King, Canadian Prime Minister
      Joan of Arc
      Florence Nightingale
      Susan B. Anthony, nineteenth-century suffragist
      Lorena Hickok, AP political reporter
      Harriet Tubman, underground Railroad
      Dr. Elizabeth Blackwell, first female physician in the US
      Carrie Chapman Catt, US suffrage leader
      M. Carey Thomas, President of Bryn Mawr College
      Ella Fitzgerald, jazz vocalist
      Emily Dickinson, poet
      Jeanette Rankin, first female US Representative
      Margaret Bourke-White, photographer
      Julia Child, French cook
      Ayn Rand, philosopher/author
      Rear Adm. Grace Murray Hopper, computer pioneer
      Billy Jean King, tennis player
      Marian Anderson, opera singer
      Scott Adams, creator, Dilbert
      Brett Butler, comedienne
      Stockard Channing, actress
      George Clooney, actor
      Mary Crosby, actress
      Linda Evans, actress
      Reginald VelJohnson, actor
      Nanci Griffith, singer
      Katherine Hepburn, actress
      Bonnie Raitt, singer
      Rita Rudner, comedienne
      Dr. Seuss, author
      Christopher Walken, actor
      Bill Watterson, creator, Calvin and Hobbes
      Yanni, composer/musician
      Larry Kahn, listed in Guinness Book of World Records
      Jay Leno, host, Tonight Show
      David Letterman, host, Late Show
      Christine McVie, singer/songwriter
      Bill Maher, host, Politically Incorrect
      George Michael, singer
      Helen Mirren, actress
      Stevie Nicks, singer
      Georgia O‘Keefe, artist
      Dorothy Parker, writer
      Sara Teasdale, poet

      Wondering if anyone can think of more celebs who would qualify to be on a 40+ list who might not have been well-known 8 years ago and therefore did not appear on the above Feb ‘01 list...



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