Today is Earth Day, but April 22 also marks an important occasion for one iconic active living senior. Jack Nicholson, who celebrates his birthday today, is 73 years old.
Nicholson has been performing throughout his entire life. He appeared in his first film, The Cry Baby Killer, in 1958, and has been cast in over 70 projects since then.
He has also garnered three Academy Awards throughout his successful career.
The famous septuagenarian is showing no sign of slowing down. According to New York Magazine, the senior has been offered the lead role in the film Last Vegas, which is being described as Grumpy Old Men meets The Hangover.
Nicholson hasn't appeared in a movie since his 2007 comedy "The Bucket List," which also starred another active living senior, Morgan Freeman.
However, his romantic comedy, "How Did You Know," in which Reese Witherspoon and Paul Rudd also appear, will be in theaters this December.