This is a long read from a mailing list that I am on. However I thought it might make for an interesting read, and you may be truly surprised by some of the names listed on here:
The following 248 living people are all at least 80 years old:
(*) indicates 90 to 99 (30 people on this list)
(!) indicates 100 or over (1 person on this list)
Marty Allen - game show panelist
Robert Altman - director, "M*A*S*H"
Richard Anderson - actor, "The Six Million Dollar Man"
Patty Andrews - singer, the Andrews Sisters
James Arness - actor
Eddy Arnold - country and western performer
Bea Arthur - actress, "Maude"
Arnold "Red" Auerbach - basketball coach
Lauren Bacall - actress
Howard Baker Jr. - U.S. senator/White House chief of staff
Conrad Bain - actor, "Diff'rent Strokes"
(*) Joe Barbera - cartoon producer
Bob Barker - game show host
Tony Bennett - singer
Ingmar Bergman - film director
Yogi Berra - baseball player
James Best - actor, "The Dukes of Hazzard"
Barbara Billingsley - actress, "Leave It to Beaver"
Joey Bishop - TV host
Ernest Borgnine - actor
(*) P. W. Botha - South African president
Ray Bradbury - science fiction author
Mel Brooks - director, "Young Frankenstein"
Helen Gurley Brown - editor, "Cosmopolitan"
Art Buchwald - columnist
William F. Buckley - political commentator
Barbara Bush - U.S. first lady
George Bush - U.S. president
Robert Byrd - U.S. senator
(*) Frank Cady - actor; "Green Acres"
Sid Caesar - actor
Pierre Cardin - fashion designer
(*) Kitty Carlisle - game show panelist
Scott Carpenter - U.S. astronaut (Project Mercury)
Jimmy Carter - U.S. president
Fidel Castro - Cuban dictator
Carol Channing - actress
Cyd Charisse - actress/dancer
Jack T. Chick - Christian cartoonist/publisher
Arthur C. Clarke - author
Robert Clary - actor, "Hogan's Heroes"
Mike Connors - actor, "Mannix"
Denton Cooley - heart surgeon
Jackie Cooper - actor
Walter Cronkite - TV news anchor
Tony Curtis - actor
Hal David - songwriter, "What the World Needs Now is Love"
Ann B. Davis - actress, "The Brady Bunch"
Doris Day - actress
(*) Michael DeBakey - heart surgeon
Dorothy DeBorba - actress, "The Little Rascals"
Yvonne DeCarlo - actress
Calvert DeForest - TV performer, "The Late Show with David Letterman"
(*) Olivia De Havilland - actress
Dino De Laurentiis - film producer
Jeremiah Denton - U.S. POW in Vietnam / U.S. senator
Little Jimmy Dickens - country singer
Phyllis Diller - actress
Anatoly Dobrynin - Soviet diplomat
Bobby Doerr - baseball player
Bob Dole - U.S. senator
Kirk Douglas - actor
Hugh Downs - TV host
Blake Edwards - film director, "The Pink Panther"
Queen Elizabeth II - British head of state
Nanette Fabray - actress
Al Feldstein - editor, "MAD"
Bob Feller - baseball player
Fyvush Finkel - actor, "Boston Public"
Joan Fontaine - actress
Betty Ford - U.S. first lady
(*) Gerald Ford - U.S. president
John Forsythe - actor
Jonathan Frid - actor, "Dark Shadows"
(*) Milton Friedman - economist
Zsa Zsa Gabor - actress
Joe Garagiola - major leaguer & TV host
Betty Garrett - actress, "Laverne & Shirley"
Estelle Getty - actress, "The Golden Girls"
Alice Ghostley - actress, "Bewitched"
Valery Giscard d'Estaing - French president
John Glenn - U.S. astronaut & senator
(*) Dody Goodman - actress
Michael Gough - actor, "Batman"
Billy Graham - evangelist
Andy Griffth - actor
Peter Graves - actor, "Mission: Impossible"
Shecky Greene - comedian
Merv Griffin - talk show host
Alexander Haig - U.S. general & cabinet member
Monty Hall - game show host
Larry Harmon - "Bozo"
Donald Harron - actor, "Hee Haw"
Ray Harryhausen - film producer, "Jason and the Argonauts"
Paul Harvey - radio news announcer/commentator
Hugh Hefner - publisher, "Playboy"
Neal Hefti - trumpeter/composer, "Batman Theme"
Jesse Helms - U.S. senator
Leona Helmsley - real estate mogul
Charlton Heston - actor
Edmund Hillary - mountaineer
Hal Holbrook - actor, "Lincoln"
Ernest Hollings - U.S. senator
Lena Horne - singer
E. Howard Hunt - Watergate conspirator
Lee Iacocca - automobile manufacturer
Monte Irvin - Hall of Fame baseball player
Al Jaffee - cartoonist, "MAD"
(*) Lady Bird Johnson - U.S. first lady
Russell Johnson - actor, "Gilligan's Island"
(*) Van Johnson - actor
William Wayne Justice - U.S. district judge
Bil Keane - cartoonist, "The Family Circus"
George Kell - Hall of Fame baseball player
George Kennedy - actor, "The Naked Gun"
Deborah Kerr - actress
Ralph Kiner - Hall of Fame baseball player
B.B. King - blues musician
Henry Kissinger - U.S. Secretary of State
Jack Klugman - actor
Ed Koch - mayor of New YorkC.
Everett Koop - surgeon general
(*) Frankie Laine - singer(*)
Jack LaLanne - fitness guru
(!) Charles Lane - actor
Lyndon LaRouche - U.S. presidential candidate
Angela Lansbury - actress, "Murder, She Wrote"
Cloris Leachman - actress, "Phyllis"
Norman Lear - TV producer
Christopher Lee - horror film actor
Stan Lee - comic book writer, "Spiderman"
Len Lesser - actor, "Seinfeld"
(*) Claude Levi-Strauss - anthropologist
Jerry Lewis - actor, "The Nutty Professor"
(*) Art Linkletter - TV host and pitchman
June Lockhart - actress, "Lost In Space"
Hank Locklin - country singer
Herbert Lom - actor, "The Pink Panther"
Edward Lorenz - scientist, discovered the "butterfly effect"
Lee MacPhail - baseball executive
(*) Maharishi Mahesh Yogi - spiritual guru
Norman Mailer - writer(
*)Karl Malden - actor
Nelson Mandela - South African politician
Benoit Mandelbrot - mathematician, fractals
Marcel Marceau - mime
Rose Marie - actress/game show panelist
Dick Martin - TV host, "Laugh-In"
George Martin - music producer, The Beatles
George McGovern - U.S. senator
Jim McKay - sportscaster
Ed McMahon - TV announcer
(*) Robert McNamara - U.S. secretary of defense
Allan Melvin - actor, "The Brady Bunch"
Howard Metzenbaum - U.S. senator
Robert Michel - U.S. congressman
Marvin Miller - baseball players negotiator
(*) Mitch Miller - bandleader
Al Molinaro - actor, "Happy Days"
Ricardo Montalban - actor
(*) Harry Morgan - actor
Stan Musial - basball player
Yasuhiro Nakasone - Japanese prime minister
Leslie Nielsen - actor, "The Naked Gun"
Edwin Newman - newscaster
Paul Newman - actor
James Noble - actor, "Benson"
Hugh O'Brian - actor, "Wyatt Eartp"
Maureen O'Hara - actress
Bettie Page - pinup model
Jack Palance - actor
Don Pardo - TV announcer, "Saturday Night Live"
Fess Parker - actor, "Davy Crockett"
Joe Paterno - college football coach
(*) Les Paul - guitarist
Shimon Peres - Israeli prime minister
Bum Phillips - NFL football coach
(*) Augusto Pinochet (Ugarte) - Chilean president
Tom Poston - actor, "Newhart"
Ray Price - country singer
Charlotte Rae - actress, "The Facts of Life"
Joyce Randolph - actress, "The Honeymooners"
Nancy Reagan - U.S. first lady
Carl Reiner - actor/director
Don Rickles - comedian
Phil Rizzuto - baseball player
Oral Roberts - preacher
Robin Roberts - Hall of Fame baseball player
Cliff Robertson - actor, "Charly"
(*) David Rockefeller - chairman, Chase Manhattan bank
Andy Rooney - TV news commentator
Mickey Rooney - actor
Al Rosen - baseball executive
Jane Russell - actress & bra spokeswoman
Soupy Sales - comedian & TV host
J. D. Salinger - author
Wally Schirra - astronaut
Phyllis Schlafly - activist, Eagle Forum
Arthur Schlesinger Jr. - historian
Helmut Schmidt - W. German chancellor
Red Schoendienst - baseball manager
Robert Schuler - preacher
Sherwood Schwartz - TV producer
Earl Scruggs - banjo player, "The Ballad of Jed Clampett"
Pete Seeger - folk musician
Ravi Shankar - sitar player
(*) George Beverly Shea - gospel singer
Sidney Sheldon - screenwriter
(*) Sargent Shriver - U.S. political candidate
George Shultz - U.S. cabinet secretary
Duke Snider - Hall of Fame baseball player
Alexander Solzhenitsyn - Soviet dissident and author
Jean Stapleton - actress, Edith Bunker
John Paul Stevens - U.S. supreme court justice
Larry Storch - actor, "F-Troop"
Gale Storm - actress
Mollie Sugden - actress, "Are You Being Served?"
Suharto - ruler of Indonesia
Margaret Thatcher - British prime minister
Hank Thompson - country singer
Frank Thornton - actor, "Are You Being Served?"
Grant Tinker - TV executive (NBC)
Abigail Van Buren - advice columnist
Dick Van Dyke - actor
Gloria Vanderbilt - fashion designer
Gore Vidal - novelist, "Lincoln"
Abe Vigoda - actor, "Barney Miller"
Kurt Vonnegut Jr. - novelist
Kurt Waldheim - U.N. secretary-general
Mort Walker - cartoonist, "Beetle Bailey"
Mike Wallace - TV journalist
(*) Eli Wallach - actor
Joseph Wapner - television judge
Kitty Wells - country singer
Betty White - actress
Slim Whitman - country singer
James Whitmore - actor
(*) Richard Widmark - actor
Esther Williams - swimmer
Roger Williams - composer, "Born Free"
Jonathan Winters - comedian
(*) John Wooden - NCAA basketball coach
Jim Wright - U.S. speaker of the House
(*) Jane Wyatt - actress
(*) Jane Wyman - actress
Chuck Yeager - test pilot
Alan Young - actor, "Mister Ed"
Efrem Zimbalist Jr. - actor