Angela Basset Releases a BIKINI PIC On 60th Birthday . . . Looks AMAZING!!!

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Yesterday Angela Basset turned 60 years old. And she rang isn her sixth decade on the watch, by STUNTING on all of us mere humans. Angela released a bikini pic, showing just how amazing she looks.

We have seen a lot of women lately that look AMAZING well into their sixties. Now with modern nutrition and exercise techniques, women can still be GORGEOUS in their senior years.

Bassett’s chiseled abs and toned arms were are full display in a graphic-print two piece bathing suit fit for the Queen Mother of Wakanda. She completed her birthday look with a fresh face, curly hair and a smile.

“Happy Birthday to all my Leo brothers and sisters. Let’s eat cake!” she captioned the smoking snapshot.

Happy birthday Angela!!

According to USA Today, “Bassett hasn’t been shy about showing off her midriff, from her vacation photos earlier this summer to her show-stopping cutout jumpsuit at the “Wrinkle In Time” premiere. 

The stunning actress shows no signs of slowing down. She currently plays LAPD Sergeant Athena Grant in Fox’s “9-1-1″ and CIA Director Erica Sloane in “Mission: Impossible – Fallout.”

Despite being in the best shape of her life, Bassett said she leaves movie stunts to the experts. When asked if she got to do any of her own stunts in “Mission: Impossible” she replied: “Thank goodness, no. I leave that to the pros.”

Bassett married actor Courtney B. Vance in 1997. In the summer of 2005, they starred together in a production of His Girl Friday at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The couple’s twins – son Slater Josiah Vance and daughter Bronwyn Golden Vance – carried by a surrogate, were born on January 27, 2006.

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