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It's never too late: elderly high-achievers
by Michael Segalov
The Guardian Translate This Article
21 February 2021
On 21 February 2021 The Guardian reported:
Joe Biden may have become US president at 78, but imagine becoming a comedian at 89 or writing your first book at 94. We [The Guardian] talk to six senior high-flyers: Margaret Ford, 94, author; Giuseppe Paterno, who at almost 97 graduated at the top of his class with a degree in history and philosophy; Sister Madonna Buder, 90, triathlete; Lisel Heise, 101, politician; Emmanuel Gasa, 76, lawyer [who graduated from law school in 2015 at 71]; and Natalie Levant, 89, comedian.
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