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Celebrities come and go over the years, and we often forget about stars we used to love and idolize at one time during our lives. Sometimes, we even regard them as ‘dead’ if we haven’t heard about them in a while! However, you may be surprised to hear that some of the greatest actors, singers, politicians, and other well-known public personalities are still very much alive and kicking! That’s why we’ve come up with this list to figure out who is still working or enjoying life in the next chapter of their lives – in retirement.

Jacqueline White – 95

Unlike many other Hollywood actors and actresses, Jacqueline White’s career lasted just 10 short years. Although she didn’t have a very long career as an actress, she certainly made quite the name for herself in the roles she did have. Jacqueline rose to fame after appearing in a play at UCLA (her University of choice), where she was spotted by a talent manager. In 1942 she was cast in her very first movie. She then went on to land roles in the popular films Crossfire and The Narrow Margin. Her performances gain her fans all over the world. So when she announced her retirement in 1952, it left fans and fellow stars alike shocked and confused. The reason for her early retirement is that she wanted to spend more time focusing on her family, which includes five children, and in more recent years, lots of little grandchildren.

Keith Thibodeux – 67

Keith Thibodeux wasn’t just the adorable boy behind Little Ricky from ‘I Love Lucy’, he’s actually the sitcom’s only living cast member as of today! After the 50’s sitcom ended, Keith went on to join a rock band and married a former dancer. Together, they have a daughter who also followed in her mother’s footsteps. Nowadays Keith spends life on the down low making occasional appearances.

Bob Barker – 94

Bob Barker is most known for his time as an American game show host. His first job under this position was hosting the show Truth or Consequence, which started in 1956. He had other impressive jobs too, like hosting Miss Universe and Miss USA, before going on to present The Price Is Right, which he started in 1972 and continued for a solid thirty years! Drew Carey then took over in 2007 when Bob took a step back from the position. His career as a TV host and presenter gained him a $70 million net worth which he can now sit back and enjoy.

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