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[fa icon="calendar'] Jan 29, 2019 5:37:10 PM / by FirstLantic posted in academy awards women over 50, nicole kidman, actresses over 50, ageism in hollywood, sandra bullock, viola davis, meryl streep, sexism in hollywood

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Ageism in Tinseltown

 

For those of you that saw the film, The Graduate, you can’t help but remember the character that Anne Bancroft played. She spent most of the film seducing a young college graduate played by Dustin Hoffman. The ironic thing is that she was only 36 years old when she played the role of the “middle-aged” mother of Katherine Ross. That’s because 36 was considered middle-aged for actresses back then which almost seems ludicrous now. But have things really changed that much for actresses in Hollywood? With the awards season in full swing, it seems like a timely topic for our FirstLantic blog this week.

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