The apple doesn't fall too far from the tree! Actress Melanie Griffith turned 60 this week, and she's making aging look good—just like her mom, '60s movie star Tippi Hedren. That's right: The Working Girl is part of three generations of beautiful actresses (the third, of course, being her daughter with Don Johnson, Dakota Johnson, of 50 Shades of Grey fame). Talk about a gorgeous family tree!
You might remember Hedren as the leading lady in Alfred Hitchcock's The Birds (1963) and Marnie (1964), as well as the producer of the dangerous documentary, Roar, in which she and Griffith also costarred.
In honor of her 60th birthday, Griffith posted photos with Johnson, 27, and her other daughter, with Antonio Banderas, 20-year-old Stella Banderas, at her party.
We can't help but notice how similar the women look, to each other and to Hedren.
But as gracefully as Griffith and Hedren have aged, we haven't seen them take on new roles in Hollywood for quite some time. "Why isn't my mother in the movies? She's an extraordinary actress," Johnson is quoted as saying in a 2016 interview with . "Why isn't my grandmother in the movies? This industry is ... brutal."
We know we'd love to see a movie starring Griffith or Hedren—or maybe even all three of the actresses! "We could all be the whole life of a woman," Griffith suggested to last December. "You just helped us come up with a great theme!"
Hollywood, take note!