Barbara Eden has proven that age is just a number as she attended the Remus Pre Award Tea Time at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
The 91-year-old actress from Arizona showed off her impressive figure in a blue blouse and black slacks.
The ‘I Dream of Jeannie’ star completed her look with a necklace that featured a dark gem and a black clutch.
Eden had started guest-starring on shows in the 1950s like Gunsmoke, I Love Lucy, and Perry Mason.
In 1957, she got her first starring role as Loco Jones in the series How to Marry a Millionaire.
She then worked in movies From the Terrace and Twelve Hours to Kill and TV shows Rawhide and Burke’s Law before she landed her breakthrough role as Jeannie in the 1960s sitcom I Dream of Jeannie.
The show centered on an astronaut named Tony Nelson, played by Larry Hagman, who stumbles upon a 2,000-year-old bottle that houses a Persian-speaking genie named Jeannie.
When Nelson tells her he wishes that she could speak English, she immediately does.
Eden has opened up about the role and how much she loves the fact that viewers have been able to connect to her character.
In a 2021 interview with PEOPLE, the actress said: “She’s easy to live with. She really is. I like her a lot. I think what makes me so happy is that so many people around the world like her. Not me. They like that character. And they like the show for what it is.
“It takes people out of themselves and into another world. and I appreciate that. I like it very much.”
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