The Actress We Loved In The 1980s: Debra Winger Looks Amazing Even Now At 67!

In the 1980s, actress Debra Winger was a rising star in Hollywood, winning three Academy Awards.

She starred in iconic films like “Urban Cowboy,” “An Officer and a Gentleman,” and “Terms of Endearment.”

However, after her success, she took a break from Hollywood, sparking rumors of feuds with co-stars. Winger returned to acting in the ’90s and continued her career with notable films like “Rachel Getting Married” and “Kajillionaire.”

Despite the ups and downs, Winger remains a respected figure in the industry.

Now, at 67, she continues to shine in her recent projects.

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