Actress Barbara Eden, 92, Glows in a Cherry Red Blazer and Wedge Heels on Rare Outing

The actress starred in 'I Dream of Jeannie' almost 60 years ago

<p>GARRETT PRESS/MEGA</p> Barbara Eden in Los Angeles on May 23, 2024


Barbara Eden in Los Angeles on May 23, 2024

It's not a dream!

I Dream of Jeannie star Barbara Eden, 92, was radiant on Thursday, May 23, while leaving a restaurant in Los Angeles. On her afternoon out with friends, Eden stood out in a cherry red blazer, elegant white top, black trousers and black-and-tan wedge sandals. She carried a large black purse and upped the glamour with a gold choker necklace featuring a black pendant and matching earrings.

Known for her bouncy blonde locks, she styled her shoulder-length hair into a chic half-up do.

The actress' big break came nearly 60 years ago with the beloved NBC fantasy sitcom I Dream of Jeannie, in which she played a 2,000-year-old genie who falls in love with astronaut Major Tony Nelson, played by Larry Hagman. The series ran from 1965 to 1970. Prior to I Dream of Jeannie, Eden guest-starred on shows like I Love Lucy, Gunsmoke and Perry Mason.

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Throughout her career, Eden has starred in more than 25 films, 19 TV movies and five TV series spanning nearly 70 years.

Related: 'I Dream of Jeannie' 's Barbara Eden, 90, on Her Amazing Hollywood Career — and Why She Won't Retire

<p>GARRETT PRESS/MEGA</p> Barbara Eden in Los Angeles on May 23, 2024


Barbara Eden in Los Angeles on May 23, 2024

In celebration of her 92nd birthday in August of 2023, Eden told PEOPLE that she was still as passionate as ever about her work.

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“All through the years, I’ve noticed that many people don't realize what a joy it is and what a gift it is to be able to work in an arena that you really love," the actress shared. "So many people have to work in jobs they hate, and they have to do it just for sustenance, but aren't we lucky when we can study for something, enjoy it and know that other people enjoy it? I think that's a gift that life gives us, if we are willing to work for it.”

Eden also told PEOPLE she planned to ring in 92 by dining with her husband Jon Eicholtz, whom she married in 1991, and some friends at a Beverly Hills steakhouse. She and Eicholtz, who share a 60-lb. Labradoodle named Bentley, also planned to host family at their home.

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