The 1980-1999s were pretty awesome decades for Hollywood. There were so many awesome different types of movies that have blown our mind even if we watch that movie today itself.
Check out These 10 of Your Favorite 80s/90s Action Movie Stars Then and Now
1. Sylvester Stallone
After his iconic role in “Rocky” and its sequels, Stallone played John Rambo, a crazy policeman in Cobra, and equally as an insane cop in “Demolition Man.” Now Stallone is doing his best to stay relevant and judging from Creed 1 and 2; he’s doing an excellent job!
2. Arnold Schwarzenegger
The list for this titan goes on and on: he’s the Conan, the Terminator, the Commando, the commando hunting the Predator, and so on, with a bunch of action comedies splattered in there. Now Schwarzenegger is the governor of California, but he still does cameos.
3. Bruce Willis
“Die Hard.” That’s it. “Die Hard” and nothing else. The bulk of his greatest movies were in the early 2000s. What about today? There was the “Expendables,” and Shyamalan’s still got Bruce for the Unbreakable trilogy.
4. Anne Parillaud
Meet the only lady on this list! French actress Anne Parillaud became famous and internationally known for her role as Nikita in Luc Besson’s movie Nikita. This film made Anne an S-grade action star. But what about today? Well, she’s still acting, but her great success has never returned to her again.
5. Steven Seagal
I’ve watched every single Seagal movie but can’t tell you a single title. They’re all the same! One thing is sure; his Aikido moves are legendary. Believe it or not, he’s now a reserve deputy chief in the Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Sheriff’s office!
6. Dolph Lundgren
A big dude like Dolph was destined to make an impact on the movie scene. His Ivan Drago is to this day one of the best characters ever seen on the movie screen. And in case you forgot, he played He-man and Frank Castle (aka the Punisher). Today he’s still busy acting, with his latest appearance being in 2018’s “Aquaman.”
7. Harrison Ford
After hitting it off as Han Solo, Ford blew up even more in the “Indiana Jones” films and “Blade Runner.” Today, funnily enough, he’s still playing in “Star Wars,” new “Blade Runner,” and the future “Indiana Jones” sequel. Nothing’s changed.