Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon and Sigourney Weaver cover the Who Cares About Age issue of V magazine.
Here’s what the three legendary female actresses had to share about aging: magazine
Jane, 72: “There’s fabulous things about being older. The older people get, the less scared they are. All the studies show you’re not as anxious. People have less hostility, they have less negative emotions. They tend to see things from both sides. Very few things stress me out.”
Susan, 64: “I think growing older is tough for everybody … I think it’s really important to be in your life and surround yourself with things that get you excited, so you don’t feel like life is passing you by.” Sarandon says life’s too short to spend it worrying about your body. “When I hear young girls complaining about superficial things … You’re at the peak of your physical beauty right now!” she exclaims. “Just enjoy it and stop worrying about your thighs being too big.”
Sigourney, 61: “I never worry when they say ‘there are no roles’ or whatever. As long sa people are telling stories, there will be great roles for all shapes, sizes, and sexes. You just keep moving and things come.”