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11 celebrities you probably thought were dead but are actually very much still alive

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celebrities are now living well into their 90s and beyond - although their declining years means they are not in the public eye so often So when a famous face hasn't appeared in public for a long time, fans can be forgiven they must have died.Read more: Lionesses' earnings for Euro 22 win is the same as Cristiano Ronald's daily payHowever, just like us, when they get older famous people start to take it easy, work less or retire completely and live out their years in a quiet, sedentary fashion away from the glare of publicity.And, sadly, some are alive but are just suffering from poor health and unable to be in the public eye.Here are 11 celebrities you could have sworn had died but are actually still alive.Jimmy Carter, the former US President is now 97 and, as far as we know, is in good health and going strong.He was President for just one term between 1977 and 1981 before losing out on serving a second term to Republican Ronald Reagan.His long life has earned him the title of both the oldest living President and also the longest married, as he's been with his wife Rosallyn and mother of their four children for 76 years.Famous for being a peanut farmer before turning to politics, Carter is also the only US President to have been awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 2002 for his humanitarian work.Now aged 86, veteran American rock star Jerry Lee Lewis is still alive and kicking - despite living a turbulent life.Famous for his 1950s hits Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' On and Great Balls of Fire, Lewis was more often in the headlines for his private life than his music.Lewis has been married a staggering seven times - including some of them bigamous and also one to his 13-year-old cousin when he was 22.

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