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This is a list of episodes for the American live-action documentary TV series that airs on The CC (Cartoon Comedy), Famous Nonagenarians, which sees into the lives of nonagenarians (people between the ages of 90-99; though 89 and 100-year olds also appear) who are well known for working in the entertainment industry of some sorts. Unlike other shows that air on The CC (Cartoon Comedy), this one's live action along with I Survived, Negative, and Those Darned Toys!, and aired its first season of 26 episodes all in one day, July 22, 2016. It has been renewed for three more seasons which are to follow the same premise. Season 2 aired all of its 26 episodes on July 21, 2017. The third season is set to fully air on July 20, 2018, and the fourth and last season steamed all of its episodes on July 19, 2019. In total, 104 episodes were completed along with 13 specials (which will finishing streaming on January 6, 2020, almost half a year since the original series' run), totaling 117 productions for the series.

As of March 22, 2017, the show was the only live-action series on The CC (Cartoon Comedy), after the cancellation of I Survived on March 21, 2017, though the latter was later softly rebooted on December of 2017 (it would finally conclude in 2018). Both shows were the only live-action shows on the channel, and Famous Nonagenarians is also the only documentary series on the channel. The series would later move to The CC APP for all future seasons and specials in 2018 and remained the only currently-running live-action show produced by the channel until its ending on January 6, 2020.

Series overview

Season Episodes Originally aired
First aired Last aired
1 26 July 22, 2016
2 26 July 21, 2017
3 26 July 20, 2018
4 26 July 19, 2019
Famous Octogenarians 6 January 6, 2017
Seasons 1-2 Specials 3 October 10, 2016 August 14, 2017
Seasons 2-3 Specials 2 December 18, 2017 March 19, 2018
Seasons 3-4 Specials 4 May 21, 2018 May 20, 2019
Post-Season 4 Specials 4 August 12, 2019 January 6, 2020

Episodes

  • The ages of living nonagenarians (or centenarians) may depend on the airing of the episode. For example, Betty White was 94 during the first episode of the first season of Famous Nonagenarians. But as of March 2017, she is now 95 (and as of January 2018, is 96).

KEY

  • A: Alive
  • D: Dead or Deceased

Season 1 (2016)

  • This season featured three centenarians. Also, any living nonagenarian who dies after the episode is aired or before will still have the A letter (see: Key).
No. Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod.
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"Betty White"
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July 22, 2016
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Betty White is an American actress who has had a 77-year career in the film industry. She had three husbands, two which she divorced, and one who died during the marriage. She has never had any kids of her own, though she's (was) stepmother to one of her husband's three kids. She had her own TV talk show that aired for 10 months in 1954. She was the first person to know of flamboyant singer Liberace's homosexuality, who was her friend.

Age: 94 (95 as of March 2017)

Status: A

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"Mickey Rooney"
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July 22, 2016
102
Mickey Rooney was an American actor who was one of the surviving silent film stars up until his death in 2014. He was described as the "original Hollywood train wreck", due to his alcohol struggle and pill addiction. He married 8 times, the first time to famous movie star Ava Gardner (who died aged 67 in 1990). He died owning medical bills and back taxes which the public payed in contribution shortly after his 2014 death. Rooney starred in 300+ films.

Age: 93

Status: D

3
"Katharine Hepburn"
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July 22, 2016
103
Katharine Hepburn was an American actress who was the leading lady in Hollywood for over 60 years. She was also known for her fierce independence and spirited personality, and wore trousers before it was fashionable for women. She had a 66-year career, and only had one spouse, whom she divorced when she was 27, but she had an affair with American actor Spencer Tracy (who died aged 67 in 1967). She epitomized the "modern woman" in 20th century US. She never gave interviews or talked to any of her fans, due to her fierce privacy. Later in life, she would be more public. Her last movie role was in the 1994 TV movie, One Christmas, at the age of 87. The AFI (American Film Institute) named her the greatest female star of Classic Hollywood Cinema.

Age: 96

Status: D

4
"Chuck Berry"
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July 22, 2016
104
Chuck Berry is (now was, as of March 2017) a singer, guitarist, and songwriter who was one of many who pioneered rock and roll. He's well known for his songs, "Maybellene" and "Johnny B. Goode", among other hits. He first performed at Sumner High School while still a student in 1941. He was a major success, though later in life he was in constant demand as a "nostalgic performer". He had a bit of legal trouble in his early years before success and after success. He was one of the first musicians to be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Age: 89 (90 as of March 2017)

Status: A (D as of March 2017)

5
"Hugh Hefner"
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July 22, 2016
105
Hugh Hefner is a men's lifestyle magazine publisher, businessman, and playboy, who founded, and is CEO, of well-known pornographic magazine, Playboy, and its company, Playboy Enteprises. He's a World War II veteran. Hefner was a copywriter for Esquire during his early years, but left after being denied a $5 raise at the job. He's had more partners than spouses. He lives in a mansion now known as the Playboy Mansion. Apart from being all of those things, Hefner is a political activist and philantropist who's very active in several cuases and public issues, among those being legalizing same-sex marriage. Many of his spouses were Playmates, or female models for the Playboy Magazine featured as Playmate of the Month (PMOM).

Age: 90

Status: A

6
"Mel Brooks"
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July 22, 2016
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Mel Brooks is an American actor, comedian, filmmaker, composer and songwriter, known for his film farces and comical parodies. He was bullied as a child for being small and sickly. One of his famous films, Blazing Saddles, satirizes racism obscured by myth-making Hollywood accounts of the American West. Another of his films, Spaceballs parodies Star Wars. He's had two wives, one he divorced, and the other one, actress Anne Bancroft, died in 2005, aged 73. He's one of the lucky few to have received an Oscar, an Emmy, a Tony, and a Grammy, in all (only 12 people have ever received all four awards, one of who is which Katharine Hepburn).

Age: 90

Status: A

7
"Noel Neill"
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July 22, 2016
107
Noeil Neill was an American actress who played the Superman character Lois Lane in two of his film serials, Superman and Atom Man vs. Superman, along with the TV show, Adventures of Superman. During her 66-year career, she starred in more Superman productions. She had three spouses, one she anulled and two whom she divorced, all while never having any kids with either of them. So when she died in 2016, aged 95, she had no immediate surviving family members.

Age: 95

Status: D

8
"Marlene Dietrich"
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July 22, 2016
108
Marlene Dietrich was a German actress and singer who would "reinvent" herself throughout her 65-year career. She was a high-profile entertainer during World War II in the USA, and was noted for her humanitarian efforts during the war, for which she received many honors from the US, France, Belgium, and Israel. Though she only had one male spouse during her entire lifetime, she was a bisexual, and enjoyed the flourishing gay scene of the time along with drag balls of 1920s Berlin. She only had one child, Maria Riva (who, as of today, is alive at 92, surpassing her mother's longevity by 2 years). She too became an actress, primarily in television. She had many affairs with notable Hollywood male actors of the time, such as Gary Cooper (who died aged 60 in 1961) and John Wayne (who died aged 72 in 1979). She didn't stop with male actors, however, and also had an affair with Mercedes de Acosta (who died aged 75 in 1968), a poet and playwright. She was also a fashion icon, and a trilingual, speaking German, English, and French. Even with her many accomplishments, at one point, she was considered "box office poison" because at the time, she ranked 126th in box office rankings.

Age: 90

Status: D

9
"Nelson Mandela"
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July 22, 2016
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Nelson Mandela was a South African anti-apartheid revolutionary, politician, and philanthropist, who was president of South Africa for five years throughout 1994-99, making him the first black head of state. He served 27 years in jail for, and was charged with, inciting workers' strikes and leaving the country without permission. Throughout his 95-year life, he was considered very controversial, though he is loved and respected in South Africa, where he is referred to as "Mandiba", his Xhosa clan name. Critics on the right denounced him as a communist terrorist and those on the radical left deemed him too eager to negotiate and reconcile with apartheid's supporters, he gained international acclaim for his activism. He received 250 honours, one of which included the Nobel Peace Prize. He is the namesake of a well-known Internet phenomena named "The Mandela Effect", or confabulation, in which many people claim for something to have happened, even though it was all fabricated. He is the namesake because many people though he died during his 27-year imprisonment.

Age: 95

Status: D

10
"Beverly Cleary"
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July 22, 2016
110
Beverly Cleary is an American writer of children's and young adult fiction, considered one of the most successful living authors, selling almost 100M copies of her books worldwide. Her best known characters are Henry Huggins and his dog Ribsy, Ramona Quimby and Beezus Quimby, and Ralph S. Mouse, whose books featuring them are her most well-known pieces of work. As a child, she struggled with reading but later got good at it, and soon started loving reading. She never went to kindergarten. Cleary became a centenarian (someone who is 100-109 years old) in 2016. Initially, her most popular book, Beezus and Ramona, wouldn't have come to fruition because she, as aforementioned, did not attend kindergarten, but later changed plans after the birth of her twins, who are currently living at age 61 or 62. She has been noted as an influence by children's book writers Laurie Halse Anderson, Judy Blume, Lauren Myracle and Jon Scieszka.

Age: 100 (104 as of April 2020)

Status: A

Note: This is the first episode to feature a centenarian instead of the usual nonagenarian.

11
"Pablo Picasso"
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July 22, 2016
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Pablo Picasso was a Spanish painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet and playwright who is considered the greatest and influential artists of the 20th century. Most of his early work is seperated into periods, though his later work was variety and therefore is debated into being put in different periods. The most accepted periods are as follow: Blue Period (1901–1904), the Rose Period (1904–1906), the African-influenced Period (1907–1909), Analytic Cubism (1909–1912), and Synthetic Cubism (1912–1919), also referred to as the Crystal period. He is one of the most recognized artists of all time. Picasso had many lovers, though only two of them are considered his official spouses. He had 4 children with most of them, one of whom died aged 54, and the rest being alive. He has produced a whopping 50,000 pieces of artwork. A devastated and lonely Jacqueline Roque, who was the spouse he remained with during his last living years, commited suicide by gunshot in 1986, 13 years after Picasso had died.

Age: 91

Status: D

12
"Zsa Zsa Gabor"
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July 22, 2016
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Zsa Zsa Gabor was a Hungarian-American actress and socialite. Her siblings Eva and Magda Gabor were also actresses. She was crowned Miss Hungary in 1936. Gabor had 9 spouses during her entire lifetime, 7 she divorced, one she anulled, and the other one, Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt, who would remain with her during her last years alive. Among her spouses was another nonagenarian, Conrad Hilton, founder of the Hilton hotel chain. During her last five years alive, she was on life support and died in late 2016 at the age of 99, two months before she would have become a centenarian.

Age: 99

Status: A (D as of March 2017)

13
"Kirk Douglas"
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July 22, 2016
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Kirk Douglas is an American actor, producer, director, and author, who is one of the last living people of the film industry's Golden Age. He has appeared in 90 movies throughout his film career. In his later years, Douglas started blogging semi-regularly, and most of his posts have been posted on The Huffington Post since 2012. Some believe Douglas is the oldest celebrity blogger in the world. In late 2016, he became a centenarian.

Age: 99 (103 as of December 2019)

Status: A (D as of February 2020)

14
"Lillian Gish"
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July 22, 2016
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Lillian Gish was an American actress in both the film and theater industry. Her career lasted for most of her life (85 years!), and she was also called the First Lady of American Cinema, and is credited with pioneering fundamental film performing techniques. Most of the films she acted in were filmed by D.W. Griffith, famed director of the 1915 film, The Birth of a Nation. Later in her golden years, she advocated for the care and preservation of silent films. She is considered the greatest actress of the silent film era. She died at age 99 in 1993, 8 months before what would have been her centenarian birthday, childless and single.

Age: 99

Status: D

15
"Lupita Tovar"
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July 22, 2016
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Lupita Tovar was a Mexican-American actress who starred in one of the first Mexican "talkie" films, Santa, from 1932. She was born with the full name Guadalupe Natalia Tovar, but she was given the nickname "Lupita", short for her first name Guadalupe. She married producer Paul Kohner, who she beared two children with. The children are still alive. She also has grandkids, most of them who are successful film directors. Tovar realized she love Kohner when he left the filming of Santa due to his father's illness, and proposed to him on the phone.

Age: 106

Status: A (D as of March 2017)

Note: This episode is the only one that features a centenarian older than a 100 years old.

16
"George H.W. Bush"
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July 22, 2016
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George H.W. Bush is an American politician who is best known for being the 41st President of the United States from 1989 to '93. He was also the 43rd Vice President of the U.S. from 1981 to '89, before he was president. Known simply as George Bush, that all changed when his eldest son, George W. Bush, became 43rd President of the United States, so he was given a plethora of nicknames for the sake of distinguishing between them. He married Barbara Bush (née Price), who is also a nonagenarian at 91 years old. As of 2012 he has had to use a motorized scooter due to a type of Parkinson's disease that he suffers from.

Age: 92 (94 as of

Status: A

17
"Conrad Hilton"
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July 22, 2016
117
Conrad Hilton was an American hotelier and founder of the Hilton Hotels chain. His dad would die in a car crash while his mom would live to be 93 years old. He got his entrepeneuring skills working at his dad's general store which was shortly converted into a 10-room hotel. He built many hotels throughout the state of Texas, which would be the beginning of the Hilton chain of hotels that beared his surname. Hilton had three wives, one of them being the aforementioned actress, socialite, and nonagenarian (almost centenarian), Zsa Zsa Gabor, whom he had a child with. His last wife, Mary Frances Kelly, also died a nonagenarian in 2006, aged 90.

Age: 91

Status: D

18
"Bob Barker"
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July 22, 2016
118
Bob Barker is an American former television game show host who's well known for hosting The Price Is Right (1972-2007) and Truth or Consequences (1956-74). He also hosted both the Miss USA and Miss Universe pageants for two decades, making him the oldest host for those events. Barker is also an animal rights advocate and activist. He's also hosted other relatively unknown games shows with the likes of: End of the Rainbow (1957-58), The Family Game (1967), Simon Says (1971), and That's My Line (1980-81), all of the hostings lasting for a year or less. He had a wife who died before he became an animal rights activist. Throughout his 93-year life, he has had minor health problems (like a herniated disc and sciata) and lawsuits (one concerning sexual harassment) thrown at him.

Age: 92 (93 as of March 2017)

Status: A

19
"Angela Lansbury"
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July 22, 2016
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Angela Lansbury is a British-American-Irish actress who has worked in theater, film, and TV throughout her 73-year career, as well as producing, singing, and songwriting bits that she has done. One of her first films that she starred in was the adaption of The Picture of Dorian Grey. Since then, she has starred in famous plays such as Gypsy, and Sweeney Todd, films such as Disney's Bedknobs and Broomsticks and Beauty and the Beast, and TV productions such as Murder, She Wrote and Mrs. Santa Claus, both of them in which she got the leading roles. At 89, she was knighted a Dame by Queen Elizabeth II (also a nonagenarian who'll be featured later in the first season) for her "services to drama, charitable work, and philanthropy." She has gotten several awards like the Oscars and an Olivier Award. Lansbury has British, American, and Irish citizenship. She has also been called the "First Lady of Musical Theatre" by The New York Times and a gay icon after starring in the 1966 musical Mame.

Age: 90 (91 as of March 2017)

Status: A

20
"Doris Day"
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July 22, 2016
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Doris Day is a retired American actress and singer, and continuing animal welfare activist. Day began her 34-year career as a big band signer back in 1939. She also began a 20-year film career, with most of her movies being romantic comedies (and one of them starring Rock Hudson). Day starred in a sitcom of her namesake, The Doris Day Show, which lasted for 5 seasons. At one point, she found out that her late husband and his business partner had squandered her earnings, leaving her deeply in debt. Doris has also released albums, one of them released when she was 89. She has since retired and became an animal activist, having many animals and adopting stray ones.

Age: 95

Status: A

21
"Ernest Borgnine"
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July 22, 2016
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Ernest Borgnine was an American film, television, character and voice actor whose career spanned more than six decades. Borgine was noted for his trademarked gruff, yet calm voice, Machiavellian eyebrows and gap-toothed Cheshire cat grin. Growing up, he showed more interest in sports than acting. In his theater career, he would play character actors, or supporting actors with the roles of unusual, strange, and eccentric characters. He starred on McHale's Navy and Airwold on TV. On film, he had a flourishing career with roles in films such as The Flight of the Phoenix (1965), The Dirty Dozen (1967), All Quiet on the Western Front (1979), and Escape from New York (1981). At 92, he starred in the last two episodes of the long-running medical drama ER, for which he earned an Emmy nomation for. He starred as Mermaid Man in the also long-running children's TV show, SpongeBob SquarePants. The show's second theatrical film, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, was dedicated in his memory.

Age: 95

Status: D

22
"Olivia de Havilland"
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July 22, 2016
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Olivia de Havilland is a retired American actress who was one of the leading movie stars during the golden age of Classical Hollywood. She begin her film career with classics such as The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938) and Gone with the Wind (1939). She starred opposite of leading man Errol Flynn in at least nine films, and soon both of them became Hollywood's most popular romantic on-screen pairing. This was irony, since they weren't really a couple in real life, though they both had hidden feelings for each, which they would never act upon. She also worked in theatre, and even starred in Romeo and Juliet (1951). Havilland had a sister, Joan Fontaine, who was also an actress and nonagenarian at 96 years old upon her 2013 death. They both were the only siblings to win an Academy Award in a lead acting category. Though this is the case, they both had a fierce dislike for each other, an estrangement that would last until Fontaine's death. This dislike was fueled due to the siblings' mother, Lilian Fontaine, taking a liking in Olivia more than Joan, among other reasons. After Joan's death, Havilland was reported to be "shocked and saddened" by the news. She has received a a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6762 Hollywood Boulevard. Apart from Errol Flynn, Havilland has had dated famous aviator Howard Hughes (who gave her her first flying lessons) and famous actor James Stewart. In 2008, at age 92, she received the National Medal of Arts from then-President George W. Bush. Olivia has retired from acting since 1989.

Age: 100

Status: A

23
"Dick Van Dyke"
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July 22, 2016
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Dick van Dyke is an American actor, comedian, singer, dancer, writer, and producer whose career has spanned seven decades. Like aforementioned nonagenarian Doris Day, Van Dyke had his own TV show in his namesake, The Dick Van Dyke Show, which ran from 1961 till 1966. He's well known for starring in some of the most famous movie musicals, like Bye Bye Birdie (1963), Mary Poppins (1964), and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (1968). He has also starred in the movie adaptions of Dick Tracy (1990) and Curious George (2006), and A Night in the Museum (2006), and its sequel ANitM: Secret of the Tomb (2014). He has also gotten a star at the Hollywood Walk of Fame and has been recognized as a Disney Legend. His career began when he was approached to be the half of a comedy duo called The Merry Mutes.

Age: 90 (91 as of March 2017)

Status: A

24
"Jimmy Carter"
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July 22, 2016
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Jimmy Carter is an American politician who was the 39th President of the United States from 1977 to 1981. Before his presidency, he was a peanut farmer, Georgia State Governor (1963-67), and Governor of Georgia (1971-75). His post-presidency work with human rights has been considered as more accomplished than his presidency work. He has also founded the Carter Center, the non-profit, nongovernmental Center which promotes democracy, mediates and prevents conflicts, and monitors the electoral process in support of free and fair elections. It also works to improve global health through the control and eradication of diseases such as Guinea worm disease, river blindness, malaria, trachoma, lymphatic filariasis, and schistosomiasis. It has eradicated 99% cases of Guinea worm disease. Carter has also received the Nobel prize for his attempts "to find peaceful solutions to international conflicts, to advance democracy and human rights, and to promote economic and social development". He has been critical of later presidents that would come: George W. Bush, the Clintons, and Barack Obama. Throughout his life, he has received honors and awards, which include the aforementioned Nobel Prize he received.

Age: 91 (92 as of March 2017)

Status: A

25
"Stan Lee"
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July 22, 2016
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Stan Lee is an American comic-book writer, editor, publisher, media producer, television host, actor, and former president and chairman of Marvel Comics. Along with the collaboration of several artists such as Jack Kirby and Steve Ditko, he was co-creator of famous superhero characters such as Spider-Man, the Hulk, Doctor Strange, the Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Daredevil, Thor, the X-Men, and many other fictional characters, introducing a thoroughly shared universe into superhero comic books. In his wonder years, he worked at Timely Comics, which would later become Marvel Comics thanks to him. He would become the public face of that now-multimedia company. He met Joan Clayton Boocock at Timely Comics and quickly told her his feelings for her, which she accepted in return with their wedding in 1947. "Stan Lee" is not his full name; it is Stanley Lieber, but he decided he would like his first and last name "cut in half". In the end, "Stan Lee" was the result. When Marvel Comics adapted their supeheroes into one cinematic universe starring with Iron Man in 2008, Lee started making cameos in the films along with some Marvel TV show adaptions.

Age: 93 (94 as of March 2017)

Status: A

26
"Elizabeth II"
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July 22, 2016
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Elizabeth II has been Queen of the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand since 6 February 1952. As a child, she was the oldest and was educated privately, learning French while doing so. Elizabeth was third in the line of succession to the throne, behind her uncle Edward, Prince of Wales, and her father, the Duke of York. However, she was never expected to become queen. She was involved for a while in the Second World War, which Britain had entered starting in 1939. Elizabeth met Prince Philip of Greece and Denmark (who is also a nonagenarian), her future husband, though they're second cousins once removed through King Christian IX of Denmark and third cousins through Queen Victoria. Elizabeth had her first child, Prince Charles, in 1948. She got her immediate succession to the throne after her father George VI's death. Little is known of her personal feelings as she rarely gives any interviews, if any. She has met the five popes, which include Pius XII, John XXIII, John Paul II, Benedict XVI and Francis. Her personal fortune is something of speculation. During her monarchy, she has marked many Jubilees, the latest one being a Sapphire Jubilee.

Age: 90

Status: A

Season 2 (2017)

  • 26 episodes.
  • This season featured five centenarians.
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27
"John Glenn"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 95

Status: D

28
"Rhonda Fleming"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 93 (96 as of 2019)

Status: A

29
"Ronald Reagan"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 93

Status: D

30
"David Rockefeller"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 101

Status: D

31
"Sumner Redstone"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 94 (96 as of 2019)

Status: A

32
"Chuck Yeager"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 94 (96 as of 2019)

Status: A

33
"Irving Berlin"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 101

Status: D

34
"Maureen O'Hara"
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July 21, 2017
208

Age: 95

Status: D

35
"Alan Young"
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July 21, 2017
209

Age: 96

Status: D

36
"Christopher Lee"
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July 21, 2017
210

Age: 93

Status: D

37
"Cloris Leachman"
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July 21, 2017
211

Age: 91 (93 as of 2019)

Status: A

38
"I.M. Pei"
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July 21, 2017
212

Age: 100 (102 as of 2019)

Status: D

39
"Colonel Sanders"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 90

Status: D

40
"Scott Nearing"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 100

Status: D

41
"Fidel Castro"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 90

Status: D

42
"John Adams"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 90

Status: D

43
"Yogi Berra"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 90

Status: D

44
"Clarissa Eden"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 97

Status: A

45
"Sidney Poitier"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 90 (92 as of 2019)

Status: A

46
"Janet Waldo"
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July 21, 2017
220

Age: 97

Status: D

47
"Rosa Parks"
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July 21, 2017
221

Age: 92

Status: D

48
"Alfred Denning, Baron Denning"
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July 21, 2017
222

Age: 100

Status: D

49
"Nancy Reagan"
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July 21, 2017
223

Age: 94

Status: D

50
"Normal Lear"
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July 21, 2017
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Age: 94 (97 as of 2019)

Status: A

51
"Harriet Tubman"
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July 21, 2017
225

Age: 90 or 91

Status: D

52
"Laura Ingalls Wilder"
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July 21, 2017
226

Age: 90

Status: D

Season 3 (2018)

This season also featured five centenarians.

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53
"Stanley Donen"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 94 (as of 2019)

Status: D

54
"Carl Reiner"
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July 20, 2018
302

Age: 96 (97 as of 2019)

Status: A

55
"Jerry Lewis"
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July 20, 2018
303

Age: 91

Status: D

56
"George Kennedy"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 91

Status: D

57
"Marian Anderson"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 96

Status: D

58
"Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh"
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July 20, 2018
306

Age: 97 (98 as of 2019)

Status: A

59
"Monty Hall"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 96

Status: D

60
"Vera Lynn"
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July 20, 2018
308

Age: 101 (102 as of 2019)

Status: A

61
"Herbert Hoover"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 90

Status: D

62
"Alexandra David-Néel"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 100

Status: D

63
"Winston Churchill"
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July 20, 2018
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Age: 90

Status: D

64
"Florence Nightingale"
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July 20, 2018
312

Age: 90

Status: D

65
"Deep Throat" (Mark Felt)
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
313

Age: 95

Status: D

66
"Phillipe Pétain"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
314

Age: 95

Status: D

67
"John Franzese"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
315

Age: 101 (102 as of 2019)

Status: A

68
"Gloria Stuart"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
316

Age: 100

Status: D

69
"Pierre Boulez"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
317

Age: 90

Status: D

70
"Ray Harryhausen"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
318

Age: 92

Status: D

71
"Bob Hope"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
319

Age: 100

Status: D

72
"Carol Channing"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
320

Age: 97 (as of 2019)

Status: D

73
"Georgia O'Keeffe"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
321

Age: 98

Status: D

74
"Don Rickles"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
322

Age: 90

Status: D

75
"Léopold Senghor"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
323

Age: 95

Status: D

76
"Phyllis Diller"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
324

Age: 95

Status: D

77
"Simon Wiesenthal"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
325

Age: 96

Status: D

78
"Clara Barton"
Dipper
Dipper
July 20, 2018
326

Age: 90

Status: D

Season 4 (2019)

  • Only season that did not feature a centenarian.
No. Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod.
Code
79
"Julia Child"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
401

Age: 91

Status: D

80
"Richard Attenborough"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
402

Age: 90

Status: D

81
"Frank Lloyd Wright"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
403

Age: 91

Status: D

82
"Bertrand Russell"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
404

Age: 97

Status: D

83
"Tony Bennett"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
405

Age: 92 (93 as of August 2019)

Status: D

84
"Janis Paige"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
406

Age: 96 (97 as of September 2019)

Status: D

85
"JD Salinger"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
407

Age: 91

Status: D

86
"Upton Sinclair"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
408

Age: 90

Status: D

87
"Aaron Copland"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
409

Age: 90

Status: D

88
"June Foray"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
410

Age: 99

Status: D

89
"Arthur C. Clarke"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
411

Age: 90

Status: D

90
"Joan Fontaine"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
412

Age: 96

Status: D

91
"Gene Autry"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
413

Age: 91

Status: D

92
"Pete Seeger"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
414

Age: 94

Status: D

93
"Les Paul"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
415

Age: 94

Status: D

94
"Augusto Pinochet"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
416

Age: 91

Status: D

95
"Betty Ford"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
417

Age: 93

Status: D

96
"Lady Bird Johnson"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
418

Age: 94

Status: D

97
"Dr. Spock"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
419

Age: 94

Status: D

98
"John D. Rockfeller"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
420

Age: 97

Status: D

99
"Thomas Hobbes"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
421

Age: 91

Status: D

100
"Marc Chagall"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
422

Age: 97

Status: D

101
"Alfred Russel Wallace"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
423

Age: 90

Status: D

102
"Billy Graham"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
424

Age: 99

Status: D

103
"Helen Hayes"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
425

Age: 92

Status: D

104
"Sacagawea (undetermined)"
Dipper
Dipper
July 19, 2019
426

Age: Undetermined; she either died young, 24, or in her old age, 95.

Status: D

Famous Octogenerians

No. Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod.
code
1
"Brando, Astaire, & Stewart"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
101
2
"Olivier, Dewey, & Tesla"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
102
3
"Temple, Monet, & Groucho"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
103
4
"Mother Teresa, Keller, & Frost"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
104
5
"Anthony, Bergman, & Chaplin"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
105
6
"Boone, Dali, & Nixon"
Dipper
Dipper
January 6, 2017
106

Specials

Between Seasons 1 and 2

No. Title Directed by Original airdate Prod.
code
1
"Audrey Munson/Stormé DeLarverie/Nancy Wake"
Dipper
October 10, 2016
991
Audrey Munson: Audrey Munson was a model considered to be America's first "supermodel", as well as the first American movie star to appear in the nude on the movie Inspiration, released in 1915, almost 101 years ago. She posed for a dozen statues that would be erected in New York and starred in films, three-fourths of them being lost. After trying to kill herself with Mercury(II) chloride at the age of 39, she was sent to a mental facility for 65 years and remained there for the rest of her life until her death at age 104. She was buried without a tombstone until in 2016, on what would have been her 125th birthday.

Age: 104

Status: D


Stormé DeLarverie: Stormé DeLarverie was a butch lesbian who was also known as "the Rosa Parks of the gay community" whose fight with the police during the infamous Stonewall riots was one of its most memorable and defining moments. She was also an MC, singer, bouncer, bodyguard and volunteer street patrol worker, the "guardian of lesbians in the Village", as they said. During most of her life, she performed at the Apollo Theatre and Radio City Music Hall and usually performed at other places. She is remembered as a gay civil rights icon and entertainer after her death at age 93 in Brooklyn.

Age: 93

Status: D


Nancy Wake: Nancy wake was a highly-accoladed French intelligence officer who, spurred by the onset of World War II that saw her native country fall into the throes of Nazi Germany, became a courier for the Pat O'Leary escape network that sought to free Allied airmen and escort them to Spain, where they could be more safer. She risked herself in the process, as the Gestapo, the Nazi police force at the time, always attempted to capture her, but she always eluded them, which earned her the nickname "White Mouse" from them. However, they managed to intrude upon France and have the network betrayed, leading Wake to join the Special Operations Executive, which served as a liaison between London and the local maquis group overlooked by Emile Couloudon, who initially did not cooperate with the SEO and only wanted money and arms (which they didn't give to him) but later gave in to the French Forces of the Interior's demands, after which the SOE turned in the items to him. Wake was then ordered to scout for the items and physically hand it in to the maquis, along with a hit list of people the Maquis had to kill off before the Allies invaded France.

Age: 98

Status D:

2
"Strom Thurmond/Diana Serra Cary/W.E.B. Du Bois"
Dipper
April 24, 2017
992
3
"Hans Bethe/Pope Benedict XVI/Marsha Hunt"
Dipper
August 14, 2017
993

Between Seasons 2 and 3

Specials have been announced between these seasons for airing between 2017-18.[citation needed] Only 2 specials will air.

No. Title Directed by Original airdate Prod.
code
1
"Leo Ornstein/Huguette Clark/Leni Riefenstahl"
Dipper
December 18, 2017
EZ109-430
2
"Luise Rainer/Marjory Stoneman Douglas/Claude Lévi-Strauss"
Dipper
March 19, 2018
EZ109-339

Between Seasons 3 and 4

Specials for airing between seasons 3 and 4 were also ordered. 4 specials will also air.

No. Title Directed by Original airdate Prod.
code
1
"George Beverly Shea/Ngapoi Ngawang Jigme/Frank Buckles"
Dipper
May 21, 2018
EZ099-1112
2
"Max Schmeling/Natalie Clifford Barney/Rudolph Hesse"
Dipper
October 22, 2018
EZ531-0666
3
"George Burns/Charles Lane/Manoel de Oliveira"
Dipper
January 21, 2019
EZ874-8835
4
"Chico Xavier/Wilfred Rhodes/John Forsythe"
Dipper
May 20, 2019
TBA

Post-Season 4 Specials

No. Title Directed by Original airdate Prod.
code
TBA
"Ernst Jünger/Habib Bourguiba/Roger Corman"
Dipper
August 12, 2019
TBA
TBA
"Arnold Orville Beckman/Alec Douglas-Home/Victor Borge"
Dipper
November 7, 2019
TBA
TBA
"Don Bradman/Antonie van Leeuwenhoek/Maharishi Mahesh Yogi"
Dipper
December 2, 2019
TBA
TBA
"Nadia Boulanger/Ursula Franklin/Kenneth Anger"
Dipper
January 6, 2020
TBA
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