How does she look so young? Susan Sarandon, 76, appears much younger than her years in a plunging back gown… after her dramatic arrest
Actress Susan Sarandon looked incredibly young this week.
The actress showed off her youthful glow when at the gala dinner for Pomellato’s new High Jewelry Collection Ode to Milan on Monday night held at Palais de Tokyo in Paris, France.
The siren appeared wrinkle free as she wore her red hair in curls while modeling pieces from Pomellato‘s High Jewelry Collection.
It’s hard to believe the Hollywood veteran, who won an Oscar for 1995’s Dead Man Walking, is 76-years-old.
Susan is still a top Hollywood actress after making her mark in Bull Durham and The Client decades ago.
Also in attendance at the dinner hosted by the Milanese jewelry house were Joey King and Alessandra Ambrosio.
Young look: Susan Sarandon appeared youthful at Pomellato High Jewelry Gala Event at Palais De Tokyo on Monday in Paris, France
She not only looked half her age, but she also was trim and toned in a stunning plunging long-sleeved black gown with layers of gold chain necklaces.
The New Yorker added pointy high heels.
Also at the event: Pomellato Ambassador Yao Chen, Korean singer and actress & Pomellato Ambassador Krystal, Pomellato Ambassador Italian actress Benedetta Porcaroli, professional Iranian rock climber and activist Nasim Eshqi, French fashion model Cindy Bruna, French actress Philippine Leroy Beaulieu.
And there was also Pomellato Ambassador French actress Louise Bourgoin and Chinese actress Qi Xi.
Guests watched a ballet performance of from ‘prima ballerina assoluta’ Alessandra Ferri and principal dancer Marcelo Gomes.
In 2019, Susan told Harper’s Bazaar that staying young is an attitude.
‘When your sense of time has an ending and isn’t finite, like how it feels when you’re young – when you have an understanding that time is precious – you have a tendency not to waste energy on the small stuff and only to surround yourself with people who are vital, curious, brave and adventurous,’ she shared,
Slim: She not only looked half her age, but she also was trim and toned in a stunning plunging long-sleeved black gown with layers of gold chain necklaces. The New Yorker added pointy high heels
Red-y for her closeup: Here she showed off her red lips that went with her red nails and red hair
‘Some of my friends are quite young and fall in that category, and some of them are my age or in-between. You just don’t suffer fools lightly anymore. People who don’t contribute to a healthy, fun and adventurous life… well, there’s no reason to waste your time on them and you definitely appreciate that when you reach your 70s.’
Susan certainly has been busy this year.
In May, Susan found herself behind bars after attending a protest at the New York state Capitol in Albany in support of raising minimum wage for tipped restaurant workers.
New York state legislators are getting ready to increase the minimum wage to $17 an hour, though tipped restaurant workers are excluded from this new law.
The actress – who recently celebrated her daughter Eva Amurri getting engaged – was one of eight activists for One Fair Wage who were arrested, via WNYT.
Spectrum 1 Albany reporter Kate Lisa also shared a video on Twitter, showing the activists – including former New York lieutenant governor candidate Ana Maria Archila – at the state Capitol concourse shouting, ‘One fair wage!’ repeatedly.
They were also trying to spread a massive pink banner across the concourse before they were arrested for disorderly conduct.
Sarandon and the others were all processed, issued appearance tickets and released.
The last time the state of New York increased the minimum wage in 2016 to $15, a report claimed wages for tipped workers fell 25% at that time.
Before her arrest, Sarandon spoke at the rally, where she insisted how important these workers are.
‘They are very, very important and need to be treated with dignity, not only for the back-breaking labor that they do, but what they have to do to communicate and understand and be patient and all the things that are linked to a successful business,’ Sarandon said.
Just days earlier, Sarandon was out on the streets of New York City walking the picket line for the Writers Guild of America strike.
The actress was spotted holding a Writers Guild of America East sign, while marching outside of Netflix’s New York City headquarters.
She has shown support for a number of causes throughout her career, more recently supporting the Palestinian people for, ‘fighting against the government of Netanyahu.’
Sarandon was also arrested in June 2018 at the Women Disobey protests in Washington D.C.
Activist: The actress – who recently celebrated her daughter Eva Amurri getting engaged – was one of eight activists for One Fair Wage who were arrested in May, via WNYT
Processed: Sarandon and the others were all processed, issued appearance tickets and released
She was arrested along with 575 others who were protesting President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
The actress most recently starred in Maybe I Do with Diane Keaton, William H. Macy, Richard Gere and Emma Roberts.
She’ll next be seen in Warner Bros.’ Blue Beetle as Victoria Kord, arriving in theaters August 18.
Sarandon also has Tyler Perry’s Six Triple Eight in post-production, starring alongside Kerry Washington and Oprah Winfrey.
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