After Grease, Newton-John gave her career a makeover similar to that of her character Sandy. No one comes close to her amount of Oscar nominations, leading Katharine Hepburn and Jack Nicholson by eight. Susan Dey made her television debut in the hit 70s TV show, The Partridge Family, where she played daughter, Laurie Partridge. In 2001, she wed writer and producer Chris Henchy, with whom she shares two daughters. As a result of Field’s breakout roles in the 70s, she found it extremely easy to nail down work in the future decades. In 2000, Quinn welcomed daughter Anneke with boyfriend Donald DiPietro, an Internet software executive. Appearances on shows such as The Love Boat and Fantasy Island came before she became a standup comedian. Susan has since worked as a graphic designer: She marketed a brand of glow-in-the-dark shoes for Converse and illustrated children's books. Her second marriage — to Bruce Boxleitner, with whom she shares son Michael — ended after 16 years in 2011. She began to crush the adult contemporary charts from there on out. Born in 1943 to parents Winifred and Kenneth Perrine, Valerie is from Galveston, Texas, and was destined for big things. Within a decade, Hawn had won an Academy Award for her role in 1969’s Cactus Flower. Her career suffered as a result, but Tanya continues to make music today. He then starred in many coming-of-age films of the '70s including 1976's "Ode to Billy Joe" and became one of the biggest heartthrobs of the decade. Alas, the Brooklyn born singer and actress rose from near homelessness to become one of the most multitalented individuals on earth. She appeared on three episodes of That ’70s Show, where her scenes were shot on the same soundstage where she filmed The Mary Tyler Moore Show. In addition, she has earned multiple Peabody Awards and was given the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor. Her breakout acting role came when she performed on the variety show Rowan and Martin’s Laugh-In in the 70s. In 1980, Parton won the role of a lifetime in the film 9 to 5, for which she wrote her hit single, “9 to 5” for the movie’s theme song. It’s also responsible for catapulting its younger stars Topher Grace, Laura Prepon, Ashton Kutcher, Mila Kunis, Wilmer Valderrama and Danny Masterson … Kim Richards' acting career slowly tapered off during the mid-'80s, and she eventually retired to focus on raising her four children: Brooke, Whitney, Chad and Kimberly. While the film may be forgettable, it made Welch an icon and poster girl for life. A 7-year-old Justin Henry starred as the adorable Billy Kramer alongside Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep in the smash hit "Kramer vs. Kramer" after being discovered (with no acting experience) by his next-door neighbor, who was a casting director. At the time, only Elvis and the Beatles sold more records than her. This would result in an illustrious career full of unforgettable roles. She received heaps of praise for Barfly opposite Mickey Rourke in 1987. She would eventually earn a total of 20 Oscar nominations. At 63, Susan Dey has retired from life as an actor after over 30 years in front of the camera. Parton embarked on a promotional tour for her 2016 album Pure & Simple, and this was her biggest tour in more than 25 years. Image Credits: Getty Images/Silver Screen Collection - Getty Images/FilmMagic/Michael Tran. He now operates a decorative concrete business with his wife of 31 years, Kelly Wermuth, in Salt Lake City.