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Michelle Pfeiffer, 63, looks half her age with NO wrinkles and bouncy blonde hair… 40 years after becoming a pinup with her role as Elvira in Scarface










Michelle Pfeiffer, 63, stunned at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment gala, which was held at the Fairmont City Hotel in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon.  

The Golden-Globe winning actress appeared wrinkle free behind the podium, where she introduced the Equity in Entertainment award to actress Selma Blair, 49. 

It has been almost 40 years since Pfeiffer became a pinup by playing stunner Elvira in 1983’s drug lord drama Scarface. 

Hot stuff: Michelle Pfeiffer, 63, stunned at The Hollywood Reporter's 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment gala, held at the Fairmont City Hotel in Los Angeles on Wednesday

Hot stuff: Michelle Pfeiffer, 63, stunned at The Hollywood Reporter’s 2021 Power 100 Women in Entertainment gala, held at the Fairmont City Hotel in Los Angeles on Wednesday

So fresh: The Golden-Globe winning actress appeared wrinkle free behind the podium

So fresh: The Golden-Globe winning actress appeared wrinkle free behind the podium

Michelle looked beautiful in an elegant Celine black pantsuit, with a natural and refreshed makeup look.  

The mother of two has been in show business for 40 years, yet she doesn’t show a sign of aging. 

Earlier this year in May, Michelle posted on Instagram running and training in preparation for Marvels’s third installment of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. 

Perhaps her exercise routine or great genetics keeps her looking young; either way the award winning actress looks great. 

Trip down memory lane: It has been almost 40 years since she became a pinup by playing stunner Elvira in 1983's drug lord drama Scarface

Trip down memory lane: It has been almost 40 years since she became a pinup by playing stunner Elvira in 1983’s drug lord drama Scarface

A woman in power: She stunned in an elegant Celine black pantsuit, with a natural and refreshed makeup look

A woman in power: She stunned in an elegant Celine black pantsuit, with a natural and refreshed makeup look

The movie icon has a long history of impressive roles ranging from Scarface and Catwoman in Batman Returns.

She has also been in the films Married to the Mob and Grease 2. 

Michelle is not slowing down either. Her new show, The First Lady, is airing in 2022.

The iconic actress presented the Equity in Entertainment award to Selma, who has become an advocate for the rights and dignity of people with disabilities after her diagnosis of sclerosis in August 2018. 

Cats got your tongue: Michelle is widely known for her iconic role of Catwoman in Batman Returns, 1992

Cats got your tongue: Michelle is widely known for her iconic role of Catwoman in Batman Returns, 1992

The two grew close during the pandemic, which made the Maleficent: Mistress Of Evil actress’ introduction even more meaningful. 

‘The fortitude of with which she has faced with MS in nothing short of heroic,’ Pfeiffer went on to describe her friends impact.

‘She is the kind of hero very much needed right now, and not only for the MS community. She is completely transparent with the challenges and heartbreak of this disease and speaks to her struggle and successes like a poet. 

‘She brings a depth of compassion that we are all inspired by and is a much-needed example of how social media can and should be used — as a tool for connection, inspiration and healing.’ 

The duo posed for pictures where Michelle held on tight to Selma, who wore a long black skirt, with a matching cropped jacket, paired with a black and white tie and her cane. 

Close friends: The Golden-Globe winning actress presented the Equity in Entertainment award to actress Selma Blair, 49, who has become an advocate for the rights and dignity of people with disabilities after her diagnosis of sclerosis in August 2018

Close friends: The Golden-Globe winning actress presented the Equity in Entertainment award to actress Selma Blair, 49, who has become an advocate for the rights and dignity of people with disabilities after her diagnosis of sclerosis in August 2018 

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