Golden Age stars still around and enjoying their retirement

Bobby Sherman, Now 79

Bobby Sherman, a veteran entertainer and singer in Hollywood, is a legendary figure. In the late 1960s, he became a household word after becoming a teenage idol. The star released many notable singles, including the multi-million-selling hits “Little Wiman” and “Easy Come, Easy Go.”

Sherman quit showbiz to become an EMT in the early 1970s. He returned in the 1990s for a few appearances. Sherman has also played several roles in television series such as “Frasier”, “Sanchez de Bel Air” and “iZombie”. He is so strong that he appeared in the 2018 show “iZombie.”

Pamela Sue Martin, Now 70

Pamela Sue Martin, the American actress who has appeared in “Nancy Drew” since 2019, is no longer active on screen. However, it’s understandable that she has been less active.¬†She has been away from the screen for a while, but she is still well-known for her roles on “Dynasty” and the TV series The Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries.

Martin, who received the Bambi Award in 1984, has worked over the years as an activist and author. She was part of a 1980s public service campaign to save pink dolphins from extinction in the Amazon River.