Many celebrities, under pressure from Hollywood and critical fans who set impossible standards of perfection, are pursuing youth in an attempt to achieve eternal beauty.
Helen Hunt looks amazing and gracefully embraces her aging flaws while snubbing the expectations of others!
Millions of fans have watched Helen Hunt, who has been on TV shows since she was a young child, grow from the innocent-looking girl to the accomplished 59-year-old, whose age shows on her face and enhances her inherent beauty.
Hunt started her performing career at the age of eleven. Her big break came from the 1975–1976 television series The Swiss Family Robinson, which followed a shipwrecked family stranded on a volcanic island.
She played Helga Wagner, the young child the Robinsons adopted from the same shipwreck.
She later appeared in an episode of The Bionic Woman with Lindsay Wagner, in Facts of Life, and on The Mary Tyler Moore Show as the daughter of Murray Slaughter (played by Gavin McLeod).
Her breakthrough picture was Rollercoaster (1977), in which she starred alongside George Segal and Henry Fonda.
Her roles in iconic 1980s movies like Girls Just Want to Have Fun (1985),
in which she costarred with another rising star, Sarah Jessica Parker, Project X (1987), in which Matthew Broderick costarred,
and Next of Kin (1989), in which the late Patrick Swayze and Ben Stiller—in one of his early roles—costarred, propelled her into stardom in the decade that followed.