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11 Famous Celebrities Who Became Dads in their 60s and 70s!

Apparently, someone made Robert De Niro an offer he couldn’t refuse.

The the Oscar winner, 79, revealed that he’d recently welcomed his seventh child.
A baby. At 79.

De Niro, the tough-guy actor we all know and love, is a dad in his 70s?

It may sound like a ridiculous scenario, but it’s TRUE!

Can you imagine De Niro trying to keep up with a toddler at his age?

He’s known for his intense roles, but how will he handle being chased around by a little one? Perhaps we’ll see him in a new movie called “The Godfather: Part Four – The Diaper Years”.

With De Niro’s legendary reputation, imagine the potential for some hilarious dad jokes. He could be the king of the corny one-liners, giving his child a laugh every time he opens his mouth. Plus, can you imagine the stories he could tell his child about his time in Hollywood? The kid would have the coolest dad at show-and-tell.

He has other children from previous relationships. But this seems a little much, no?

Of course, there are some potential downsides to the idea of De Niro becoming a dad in his 70s. For one, he may not have the energy to keep up with a young child, and there may be some health risks involved. But for the sake of humor, let’s ignore those for now.

While it may seem like a crazy idea, the thought of Robert De Niro siring a child in his 70s is certainly amusing to consider. Who knows, maybe we’ll see him on the cover of “People” magazine with a baby in his arms soon. Or maybe not.

Famous celebs who became dads in their 60s and 70s. Not surprising, a lot of them are very rich and rock stars!

  • David Foster

    The composer, for example, was 69 years old when he married Katharine McPhee in London. At 70, the duo welcomed a son.

    David Foster

  • Mick Jagger

    Mick Jagger became a father for eighth time at 73 with then-29 year old partner in 2016.

    Mick Jagger

  • Alec Baldwin

    Baldwin welcomed two babies at age 62. His wife, Hilaria Baldwin, gave birth to son Eduardo in September 2020, and they welcomed daughter Lucia via surrogate five months later.

    Alec Baldwin

  • Richard Gere

    Gere had a child when he was 69 and then again when he was 70. His two children were born in April 2020 and in February 2019.

    Richard Gere

    (Photo by Theo Wargo/NBC/Getty Images for “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”)

  • Nikki Sixx

    The Motley Crüe rocker welcomed his fifth child  with Courtney Sixx  in July 2019 when he was 60 years old.

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    LAS VEGAS, NV – APRIL 10: Bassist Nikki Sixx of Sixx:A.M. performs at The Joint inside the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on April 10, 2015 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

  • Steve Martin

    The “Only Murders in the Building Star” had his first child at age 67, in December 2012, with wife Anne Stringfield, who is 26 years younger.

    Steve Martin

  • Ronnie Wood

    In May 2016, guitarist Ronnie Wood, then 68, welcomed twins Alice Rose and Gracie Jane with wife Sally Humphreys, who is 31 years his junior.

    Ronnie Wood

    (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images)

  • Rod Stewart

    Rocker Stewart fathered his eighth child, Aiden, with wife Penny Lancaster in 2011. He was 66.

    Rod Stewart

  • Larry King

    He had his first child in 1999, when he was 65. Then he had another the next year.



    Larry King

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  • George Lucas

    Lucas became a father again at the age of 69 with wife Mellody Hobson in 2013

    George Lucas

    (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images )

  • Clint Eastwood

    Eastwood was 66 when his youngest, Morgan, was born in 1996.

    Clint Eastwood

    (Photo by Amy Sussman/Getty Images for AFI)

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