Seven things you need to know about Jane Fonda
It doesn't matter that she's 76. US veteran actress Jane Fonda is still turning heads.
On Thursday night she proved that again when she collected the 2014 American Film Institute's (AFI) Life Achievement Award, at Hollywood's Dolby Theatre.
Many A-listers turned up to pay tribute to the star including Michael Douglas, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sally Field, Rosario Dawson and Eva Longoria.
America knows Fonda as actress and activist, feminist and wife, workout guru and role model.
Here are seven things you need to know about her:
1. She won her first Academy Award for Best Actress in 1971, playing a prostitute, Bree Daniels, in the murder mystery Klute. She retired In the early 1990s, after three decades in films.
2. In April 2005, Random House released Fonda's autobiography My Life So Far.
3. In May that year, she returned to the screen with the box office success Monster-in-Law
4. In December 2008, she was inducted into the California Hall of Fame. A year later, Fonda received the New York Women's Agenda Lifetime Achievement Award.
5. She was diagnosed with breast cancer and later underwent a lumpectomy in November 2010, and has since recovered.
6. Fonda has been in three previous marriages, Roger Vadim, activist Tom Hayden and television tycoon Ted Turner.
7. She was honoured with the AFI Life Achievement Awards 36 years after her father, Henry Fonda, became the sixth recipient of the award.
Source: Hollywood Reporter, Mail Online