10 Oldest Living Celebrities in the World (2 of 6)

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Mel Brooks (97) – Born June 28, 1926

Mel Brooks, the comedic genius behind Blazing Saddles and Young Frankenstein, is living proof that laughter truly is the best medicine. At 97, this comedy legend isn’t slowing down, most recently earning a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in 2021 for his voice-over work in History of the World, Part II. His keen ability to find humor in the absurd continues to inspire generations of comedians and filmmakers.

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David Attenborough (97) – Born May 8, 1926

Sir David Attenborough, a name synonymous with wildlife documentaries, is a testament to the power of curiosity and a life dedicated to exploration. At 97, his voice continues to narrate the wonders of the natural world, inspiring nature lovers with his passion for conservation. Attenborough’s tireless work ethic and unwavering enthusiasm for nature serve as perfect substitutes for the fountain of youth.