Favorite Shirtless Old(er) Men in Movies

Let’s give a hand to the older men in Hollywood. It’s hard getting old. But like a fine wine that’s been aging in your basement for the last 10 years, here are 4 guys who continue to get better with age. And because seniority rules, we’re counting down from oldest to youngest.


Robert Redford (Age 78) – We’re talking about all around Renaissance man: Actor, director, producer, businessman, environmentalist, philanthropist, and a founder of the Sundance Film Festival. Regardless of how you feel about his acting abilities, this guy was a total heartthrob back in the day. My mother and grandmother still swoon when he appears on TV.


Catch Redford on a boat in All is Lost.


Al Pacino (Age 74) – Arguably one of the greatest actors in film history. Sure, he’s not known for his physique in films, rather the memorable characters he plays. But tell me: Shirt on or off, when has this guy NOT looked good?


Watch Al win the heart of Michelle Pfeiffer in Frankie & Johnny.


Sylvester Stallone (Age 68) – This guy has made a career out of making ass kicking movies. Between all the Rocky’s and Expendables movies, he’s been in top shape for a solid 4 decades.


See Sly work his buff bod in The Expendables 3.


Johnny Knoxville (Age 44) – Honorable mention for a young guy playing an old guy in, Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa. At least we have a taste of how he’s going to look when he gets older. Not bad, Johnny, not bad.