Glorious 30s actress also returned to films at the end of her life showing everyone in "Million Dollar Hotel" how to be the most interesting castmember in the movie even if you are not the most recognised name. "
"10. Gloria Stuart, Titanic, 1997, Age 87
Kate Winslet might have been the budding star that led Titanic to box office glory, but as the elderly version of Rose DeCatur, Stuart’s scenes serve as the framing device and the emotional baseline for the story. For her work, Stuart got an Oscar nomination and set a record as the oldest nominee in Oscar history. Her nomination is even more impressive considering she quit acting entirely in the 1940’s after she found herself underutilized within "
"The Old Dark House (1932)
Secret of the Blue Room (1933)
The Invisible Man (1933)
It's Great to Be Alive (1933)
The Horror of It All (1983) TV Documentary
Manimal (1983-TV Series): "Female of the Species" episode
Universal Horror (1998) TV Documentary
The Invisible Man (2001-TV Series): "Father Figure" episode
Miracles (2003-TV Series): "Little Miss Lost" episode
Karloff and Me (2006) Documentary