Michelle Pfeiffer looks incredible at First Lady premiere in London

Hollywood icon Michelle Pfeiffer, 64, turned heads at a recent red carpet event in London – looking like she’s barely aged since Scarface.

Seemingly ageless Michelle Pfeiffer looked as stunning as ever in a rare red carpet appearance in London on Monday.

The actress, 64, was a vision in a chic black dress at the Paramount+ London launch, posing with her equally glamorous first-lady co-stars Viola Davis and Gillian Anderson.

Keeping it simple, the actress wore her iconic sandy blonde hair in loose waves with the statement puffy-sleeved dress, topping it off with sheer pointed pumps.

Pfeiffer, who plays Betty Ford in series The First Ladywas seen smiling beside Viola Davis, who plays Michelle Obama, and Gillian Anderson, who portrays Eleanor Roosevelt.

Tea scarface actress recently told The Hollywood Reporter she was taken back by assumptions she had retired from acting when she decided to step back for about five years to spend more time with her family.

She said her attempts to be more flexible in the industry made it difficult to secure jobs.

“It was, ‘Well, I’ll only shoot in the summer, and I’ll only shoot here, and I’ll only blah, blah, blah, blah,’ and finally it was just too much trouble to hire me, ” she told the publication.

“I would start to hear that I had retired, and I’d be like, ‘Wait, no,’” she said.

The actress also spoke briefly about finding herself in a cult in the early days of her career in The Hollywood Reporter‘s profile.

She said she was “brainwashed” and “mind-f***ed” by an LA couple who believed that humans can survive without food or water.

In 2013, Pfeiffer told Britain’s Sunday Telegraph she only realized what she was part of when she met her first husband, actor Peter Horton, who was researching the Moonies, a quasi-Christian group regarded by some as a cult organisation, for a movie role.

“We were talking with an ex-Moonie and he was describing the psychological manipulation and I just clicked,” she said in the interview.

Pfeiffer, who moved to Los Angeles when she was 20, described the couple as “kind of personal trainers”.

“I wasn’t living with them but I was there a lot and they were always telling me I needed to come more. I had to pay for all the time I was there, so it was financially very draining.”

Breatharianism – the belief humans can survive without food or water – has attracted controversy after it has been linked to several deaths, including a woman who died in the Scottish Highlands after a period of prolonged fasting.

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