Iconic actress Shirley MacLaine was seen heading to lunch in Malibu on Saturday.
The Terms of Endearment actress, 89, looked to be in good spirits as she was accompanied by a female aide in the coastal town of California.
The sister of Bonnie And Clyde actor Warren Beatty walked well with just a hand on the aide’s arm.
The Steel Magnolias actress wore a vibrant Kelly green ombre sweater with navy blue slacks and a black fuzzy vest.
Her white hair looked amazing as it caught and reflected the sun’s rays in the beach town.
Legendary Oscar, Emmy, BAFTA and Golden Globe winner Shirley MacLaine, 89, was seen in Malibu on Saturday
MacLaine made her film debut in Alfred Hitchcock’s black comedy The Trouble with Harry (1955), earning her the Golden Globe Award for New Star of the Year – Actress; she is pictured in a scene from the movie
The Sweet Charity star is a Hollywood icon.
She will turn 90 in April and her career has spanned seven decades.
As a young girl, Shirley – who was born Shirley MacLean Beaty – wanted to be a ballerina. She started dancing at the age of three in 1937 after doctors told her it would strengthen her weak ankles.
The Richmond, Virginia native moved to New York City to try her hand at acting the summer before her senior year in high school and made her acting debut on Broadway as a teenager.
She landed roles in the chorus of Oklahoma! and The Pajama Game. In 1955 she made her film debut in Alfred Hitchcock’s The Trouble with Harry and won the Golden Globe for New Star of the Year.
Shirley rose to prominence with her starring roles in 1956’s Around the World in 80 Days, 1958’s Some Came Running, 1959’s Ask Any Girl, 1960’s The Apartment, 1961’s The Children’s Hour, 1963’s Irma la Douce and 1969’s Sweet Charity.
Her ballet dancing dreams came true when she was cast in one of the lead roles in The Turning Point in 1977. The film was about the world of ballet in New York City and featured choreography by George Balanchine and the famed Alvin Ailey.
She won her first Academy Award in 1984 for her role in the tearjerker Terms of Endearment.
One of MacLaine’s most memorable performances was in 1989’s Steel Magnolias alongside Daryl Hannah, Olympia Dukakis, Julia Roberts, Dolly Parton and Sally Field.
The Terms of Endearment actress was accompanied by an aide for lunch in Malibu
The Steel Magnolias actress wore a vibrant Kelly green sweater with navy blue pants and a black vest
Her white hair looked amazing as it caught and reflected the sun’s rays in the beach town
The Sweet Charity star is an absolute Hollywood icon. She will turn 90 in April and her career has spanned seven decades
MacLaine has been nominated for six Academy Awards during her illustrious career, – five for Best Actress and once for Best documentary for her 1976 effort The Other Half of the Sky.
She has also won six Golden Globes and an Emmy for Gypsy in My Soul.
And she’s not the only star – or Oscar winner – in her family.
Her brother is Academy Award winner Warren Beatty, 86, and her sister-in-law is four time Oscar nominee Annette Bening, 65.
She does not have an Instagram account, but she was on the social media platform last week.
The actress was seen posing with French actress Juliette Binoche. The two pals were seen side by side on a sofa in a restaurant.
Shirley had on a blue denim jacket over a turquoise top while The English Patient star wore a pale gray shirt over a Courrèges T-shirt.
‘Wishing you all a Happy New Year 2024 with Shirley MacLaine,’ the European artist wrote in the caption for the selfies.
MacLaine was seen posing with French actress Juliette Binoche last week. The two pals were seen side by side on a sofa in a restaurant
Both have played French designer Coco Chanel.
MacLaine portrayed the late fashion designer and businesswoman in the 2008 biopic Coco Chanel.
Binoche is preparing to play Chanel in the Apple TV+ series The New Look, released February 14.
The star, right, with Shirley Booth in Hot Spell in 1958
The actress has been nominated for six Oscars during her career in Hollywood, winning in the Best Actress category for her riveting performance in The Term Of Endearment (1983); she is pictured in a classic scene with co-star Debra Winger