In a world where the median age of a bachelor’s degree holder is 35, a handful of the hottest and most successful stars of the past couple of decades are now turning 50.
Here’s a look at how these stars are doing it:Bachelor-winner Sarah Hyland, 39The Bachelor star has become one of the most recognizable faces in the entertainment industry.
She is the creator of The Bachelor franchise and the mother of two young boys.
She has also written for multiple movies, television shows and, most recently, her own show, Bachelor Nation.
Bachelor of the Year, James CameronBachelor Nation, which premiered in January 2017, was one of several new scripted series on ABC that were set in the world of the Bachelor.
James Cameron’s Avatar franchise is a popular franchise that was based on his own personal life and the events he was involved in during the filming of the film.
His show is set in an alternate universe where the Avatar were the dominant species in the universe.
In 2017, Cameron’s first season of Avatar was the most watched original series on any network and had more than 1.7 billion viewers.
He is the author of the popular science fiction novel The Lost World: Jurassic Park, and his work has also inspired the popular film series Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
MTV Bachelorette winner Sarah HylanderSarah Hyland has become a well-known figure in pop culture.
In addition to starring on the popular reality TV show, The Bachelorettes, she is a well known figure in the adult entertainment industry, which she has become part of for many years.
Hyland is known for her role as “Alyssa” on MTV’s MTV Bachelors.
She also played the lead in a variety of video game series.
Sarah Hylander was a winner of the 2016 Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for her turn as “Bella” on the hit MTV show The Bumpers.
The Bachelon, which aired from November 17, 2016, to February 20, 2017, featured a mix of male and female contestants vying for the chance to win $500,000, which would be split between two contestants.
The show was renewed for a second season on March 20, 2018.
Tinder Bachelor winner Jodi LottJodi Lettas most recent reality show, the Tinder Bachelor, premiered on June 25, 2017.
In 2018, she became one of five women in entertainment history to win an Emmy Award, becoming the first woman to win a TV Movie Award for her work on Lifetime.
Lott is the co-creator of the Netflix series The Bitchy Bachelour, which features the characters of her ex-boyfriend and future fiancé, Brett Bischoff.
Jodi’s husband, Josh Lott, also stars on the show.
Spencer Smith, 38The actor has been a household name for more than 20 years.
He has appeared in over 50 films, television series and television movies.
Smith has been married to Jennifer Aniston for more of their 20-year marriage, which includes two children, Jaden and Sophia.
Smith has appeared on numerous other TV shows including The Big Bang Theory, The Love Boat, CSI, and NCIS: New Orleans.
He was nominated for an Emmy award for his portrayal of Mikey in the HBO series Justified.
“Bachelor in Paradise” winner James CameronJames Cameron, the director behind Avatar, wrote the screenplay for the first installment of the new series Bachelor in Paradise.
The film follows Cameron’s character, Jack, who becomes a bachelor and lives with his new girlfriend, Amber.
Cameron’s first feature film, The Abyss, was released in 2002 and has since gone on to gross more than $4 billion worldwide.
Celebrity Apprentice winner Sarah Jessica ParkerSarah Jessica Parker is a British actor and former model.
She was the only female contestant on the Celebrity Apprentice in 2013.
Parker is best known for starring in the ABC reality series, Celebrity Apprentice, which began in 2007.
Her appearance on the series has led to numerous accolades and awards.
Smith and Parker are both known for their work on television.
Fox News’ Megyn KellyFox News anchor Megyn Kale, a member of the show’s reality team, has been an outspoken advocate for women’s rights, particularly the rights of trans women.
In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, she called trans women a “disease” that is “not real” and said that “we don’t have any problem with women with vaginas.”
Kelly is also the author, with the late Dr. Ben Carson, of the book A Woman at the Table: A Guide to Surviving a Man’s World.
Kelly has appeared multiple times on Fox