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Five-time Emmy winner Jean Smart glammed up for the Los Angeles premiere of her movie Babylon, which was held at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thursday.

The 71-year-old Seattle native slipped her 5ft9in figure into a black boatneck gown featuring ornately-embroidered maxi-sleeves and matching kitten heels topped with rhinestone buckles selected by stylist Micah Schifman.

Hairstylist Robert Vetica coiffed Jean’s shoulder-length, side-parted blonde locks for the film festivities.

In the spotlight! Five-time Emmy winner Jean Smart glammed up for the Los Angeles premiere of her movie Babylon, which was held at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thursday

In the spotlight! Five-time Emmy winner Jean Smart glammed up for the Los Angeles premiere of her movie Babylon, which was held at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on Thursday

Make-up artist Keith Sayer defined Smart’s brows, applied lashes to her baby blues, and gave her a pink pout/cheeks.

‘Acting is what I love to do, and people keep offering me jobs, so it seems like it would be silly to say no,’ the Golden Globe winner told W Magazine in May.

‘I try to be choosy about what I do, and I know how incredibly fortunate I am to be able to be choosy; that is not a given for most actors. It’s been a really satisfying, fun, interesting way to make a living – and hopefully it hasn’t damaged my children too much.’

Jean portrays sensationalist British journalist Elinor St. John in Damien Chazelle’s 1920s Hollywood dramedy, which hits US theaters December 23 and UK theaters January 20.

Evergreen: Hairstylist Robert Vetica coiffed Jean's shoulder-length, side-parted blonde locks for the film festivities

Evergreen: Hairstylist Robert Vetica coiffed Jean’s shoulder-length, side-parted blonde locks for the film festivities

Baby blues: Make-up artist Keith Sayer defined Smart's brows, applied lashes to her eyes, and gave her a pink pout/cheeks

Baby blues: Make-up artist Keith Sayer defined Smart’s brows, applied lashes to her eyes, and gave her a pink pout/cheeks

The Golden Globe winner told W Magazine in May: 'I try to be choosy about what I do, and I know how incredibly fortunate I am to be able to be choosy; that is not a given for most actors. It's been a really satisfying, fun, interesting way to make a living - and hopefully it hasn’t damaged my children too much'

The Golden Globe winner told W Magazine in May: ‘I try to be choosy about what I do, and I know how incredibly fortunate I am to be able to be choosy; that is not a given for most actors. It’s been a really satisfying, fun, interesting way to make a living – and hopefully it hasn’t damaged my children too much’

‘Literally, there were just naked people around me everywhere,’ Smart said on Jimmy Kimmel Live! of the more debaucherous scenes.

‘Mostly my character just sort of… she’s a columnist just sort of sitting back and taking notes and observing. But just day after day, I finally just thought, “Jean, just don’t look down and don’t back up. You’ll be okay!”‘

Elinor St. John is based real-life writer Elinor Glyn, who coined the term ‘It girl’ in the early 1900s and turned Clara Bow into a movie star.

Based on Elinor Glyn: Jean portrays sensationalist British journalist Elinor St. John in Damien Chazelle's 1920s Hollywood dramedy, which hits US theaters December 23 and UK theaters January 20

Based on Elinor Glyn: Jean portrays sensationalist British journalist Elinor St. John in Damien Chazelle’s 1920s Hollywood dramedy, which hits US theaters December 23 and UK theaters January 20

'Yeah, damn, he is that cute': Paramount Pictures' $78M-budget, three-hour-and-nine-minute flick also stars Brad Pitt (R), Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Tobey Maguire, Lukas Haas, Max Minghella, Samara Weaving, and Olivia Wilde.

‘Yeah, damn, he is that cute’: Paramount Pictures’ $78M-budget, three-hour-and-nine-minute flick also stars Brad Pitt (R), Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jean Smart, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Tobey Maguire, Lukas Haas, Max Minghella, Samara Weaving, and Olivia Wilde.

Paramount Pictures’ $78M-budget, three-hour-and-nine-minute flick also stars Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Li Jun Li, Tobey Maguire, Lukas Haas, Max Minghella, Samara Weaving, and Olivia Wilde. 

‘[Brad] could not have been kinder and sweeter,’ the Tony-nominated thespian dished to Kimmel.

‘He would probably hate this, but when I first met him – and he made a point of coming to me to introduce himself, which I thought was very chivalrous – and the first thought was, “Yeah, damn, he is that cute.” And a lot taller than I expected!’

On November 28, the Tony-nominated thespian kicked off her first day of work on the third season of HBO Max series Hacks by wearing a grey muscle tee emblazoned with: 'The b**** is back'

On November 28, the Tony-nominated thespian kicked off her first day of work on the third season of HBO Max series Hacks by wearing a grey muscle tee emblazoned with: ‘The b**** is back’

Ready for more? Jean plays legendary comedian Deborah Vance in Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky's dramedy - which boasts a perfect 100% critic approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes

Ready for more? Jean plays legendary comedian Deborah Vance in Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky’s dramedy – which boasts a perfect 100% critic approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes

On November 28, Jean – who boasts 83K Instagram followers – kicked off her first day of work on the third season of HBO Max series Hacks by wearing a grey muscle tee emblazoned with: ‘The b**** is back.’

Smart plays legendary comedian Deborah Vance in Lucia Aniello, Paul W. Downs, and Jen Statsky’s dramedy – which boasts a perfect 100% critic approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.

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On the personal front, the Mare of Easttown actress has two sons – Connor Douglas, 33; and Forrest, 14 – from her 33-year marriage to Designing Women co-star Richard Gilliland, who passed away last year.



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