Celebrities Answer: How Do You Own Your Age?
Mark Ruffalo, Dick Van Dyke, Kathy Griffin and other actors disrupt aging at the 2016 AARP Movies for Grownups Awards in Los Angeles. From not dying their hair to staying in shape, these celebrities explain how they are owning their age.
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