It's not just celebrities who have power in Hollywood: Directors, producers, writers, and agents also command authority in Tinseltown.
We came up with the most powerful person in Hollywood at every age by looking at each person's command, reputation, past and future influence, and wealth.
From Kim and Kanye's 1-year-old baby North West to 100-year-old actor and comedian Irwin Corey, these are the most powerful people in Hollywood from 1 to 100.AGE 1: North West
Daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian
What makes her powerful: While all of Twitter had an opinion about the bold name that Kimye chose for their first child, North is developing a personality to match. Nori, as she's known, who appears with her family on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," is halfway potty-trained and loves selfies as much as her mom.
Another powerful 1-year-old: Everest Lucas is the son of "Star Wars" creator and former Lucasfilm CEO George Lucas and Mellody Hobson, chairman of the Dreamworks' board of directors.
AGE 2: Olive Barrymore Kopelman
Daughter of Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman
What makes her powerful: The famous Hollywood Barrymore dynasty welcomed a new member, Olive, in September 2012. And if Drew's Instagram is any indication, Olive is incredibly gifted. Her mom posted a photo of her daughter at the beach reading. And not just any book — "Bossypants" by Tina Fey.
AGE 3: Blue Ivy
Daughter of Beyoncé and Jay-Z
What makes her powerful: Nothing is too good for this power couple's little girl. Blue Ivy's second birthday was celebrated at the exotic Jungle Island in Miami; for her third, Blue got an ice sculpture with her name carved into it. Gwyneth Paltrow, who is good friends with the Knowles-Carter clan, said of Blue Ivy: "She is a powerhouse. I love her so much."
Another powerful 3-year-old: Haven Warren, daughter of Cash Warren and Jessica Alba, must be getting some great merch from her mom, who cofounded the sustainable baby and toddler product company Honest Company.
AGE 4: Gideon and Harper Burtka-Harris
Twins of Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka
What makes them powerful: Fraternal twins Gideon and Harper Burtka-Harris are just as charming as their actor parents. After wrapping up "How I Met Your Mother" and "Hedwig and the Angry Inch," NPH is spending time with his family, including sharing the adorable things his kids do with the world. The twins love singing Christmas carols as they decorate the tree and, according to Patrick Harris' new memoir, Harper is "a shameless flirt" with a preschool boyfriend.
AGE 5: Mason Disick
Son of Kourtney Kardashian and Scott Disick
What makes him powerful: Middle child Mason can be seen gallivanting all over "Keeping Up With the Kardashians." He celebrated his fifth birthday on Dec. 14, and either got the best or the worst birthday present he could have asked for: a baby brother.
AGE 6: Vivienne Jolie-Pitt
Daughter of Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt
What makes her powerful: The daughter of two powerful, award-clad actors had her breakout role in "Maleficent" last year, playing the young Aurora opposite her mom and Elle Fanning. While on set, she had both parents and some of her siblings there coaching and encouraging her.
Other powerful 6-year-olds: Max and Emme Anthony get A-list treatment as Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez's kids, even accompanying their mom to Paris for the Atelier Versace fashion show.
AGE 7: Aubrey Anderson-Emmons
What makes her powerful: For as long as she can remember, and before that, Anderson-Emmons has been playing Lily, the adopted daughter of Cam and Mitchell on the ABC show "Modern Family." Between shoots, the young star has been in two short films and has won a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series three years in a row.
AGE 8: Evan of EvanTubeHD
What makes him powerful: Evan is the 8-year-old host of EvanTubeHD, a YouTube toy-review channel that gets more than 875 million views per video. He is one of the youngest, and wealthiest, stars on YouTube. Evan makes $1.3 million a year and has been on the "Today" show.
Another powerful 8-year-old: Shiloh "John" Jolie-Pitt recently got to meet Pope Francis with parents Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
AGE 9: Alice Richmond
Daughter of Tina Fey and Jeff Richmond
What makes her powerful: When Tina Fey was nominated to do the ALS ice bucket challenge, she had her daughter Alice, dressed in an identical outfit, take the challenge for her. The YouTube video got 625,000 views. Coming from such a cool mom, people think Alice is pretty cool too; there's even a Tumblr called "F*ck Yeah Alice Fey" devoted to her awesomeness.
Another powerful 9-year-olds: Cruz Beckham is a rising soccer star; soccer legend dad David Beckham cheers him on at games.
AGE 10: Apple Martin
Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's daughter
What makes her powerful: Now in double digits, Apple is the spitting image of her actress mom Gwyneth Paltrow and actress grandmother Blythe Danner. Her name, Paltrow said in an interview with Howard Stern, was her Coldplay frontman father's idea, and that Apple really likes it.
AGE 11: Quvenzhané Wallis
What makes her powerful: She's still the youngest actress to receive a best actress Oscar nom, for her role in "Beasts of the Southern Wild," and she received a Golden Globe nomination (and a $750,000 salary) for playing the lead role in the recent "Annie" remake. Wallis is in a movie coming out this year and has announced another movie with a date to be determined.
AGE 12: Romeo Beckham
Son of David Beckham and Victoria "Posh Spice" Beckham
What makes him powerful: All eyes are on the gentlemen listed on GQ's best-dressed list, and this year, 12-year-old Romeo landed at No. 25 — 21 spots ahead of his star father. He's the fresh face of the Burberry brand, reportedly making £45,000 ($68,000) for the modeling gig. The 2014 Christmas ad he starred in is credited with boosting Burberry sales by 14% in the three months leading up to the new year.
AGE 13: Kaia Gerber
Daughter of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber
What makes her powerful: Just as her mother did in her heyday, Kaia is making her way to supermodel stardom. She made her Teen Vogue debut in the magazine's December-January issue, complete with a photoshoot and interview. When she was 10, she also appeared in a Young Versace campaign. She told Teen Vogue that she hopes to be an actress someday.
Another powerful 13-year-old: Rowan Blanchard stars in the Disney Channel "Boy Meets World" reboot, "Girl Meets World."
AGE 14: Mackenzie Foy
What makes her powerful: Mackenzie Foy got her break on the big screen playing Renesmee in the "Twilight" movies. Last year she played the younger version of Jessica Chastain's character, Murph, in the critically acclaimed "Interstellar." The 14-year-old is acting now, and has also modeled for brands like Polo Ralph Lauren and Guess Kids, but ultimately wants to be a director.
AGE 15: Kiernan Shipka
What makes her powerful: Still costarring as Sally Draper on "Mad Men" for her eighth year, Kiernan Shipka has grown up on screen. Now branching out into film, she has three movies in the works for 2015. Shipka has a black belt in tae kwon do.
AGE 16: Elle Fanning
What makes her powerful: Dakota's little sister can hold her own in Hollywood. Elle Fanning played Aurora opposite Angelina Jolie in last year's "Maleficent" and has two movies due out in 2015 and five in 2016.
AGE 17: Chloë Grace Moretz
What makes her powerful: Chloë Grace Moretz is best-known for her roles in the "Kick-Ass" films. A versatile performer, Moretz has stepped up to comedic roles, like in "30 Rock" and "Muppets Most Wanted," and dramatic roles, like in the remake of Stephen King's "Carrie." She's been made the face of Coach's Dreamers campaign.
Another powerful 17-year-old: Maisie Williams will reprise her role as Arya Stark in the fifth season of hit HBO series "Game of Thrones."
AGE 18: Lorde
What makes her powerful: When she was 17, the New Zealand native won two Grammy awards for "Royals," including Song of the Year. She may have missed out on a best original song Oscar nomination for "Hanging Tree" in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1," but she did curate the entire soundtrack to the movie which, at 18 years old, is an impressive résumé builder.
AGE 19: Bethany Mota
What makes her powerful: Bethany Mota started creating short videos on her YouTube channel, Macbarbie07, in 2009, and has amassed 7 million subscribers. More than web famous, Mota has a line through clothing retailer Aeropostale, and appeared on the most recent season of "Dancing With the Stars." Mota has invaded the White House. After the most recent State of the Union address, she got to interview President Obama in front of all her fans.
Another powerful 19-year-old: Kendall Jenner has taken the modeling world by storm recently, becoming the new face of Karl Lagerfeld and Estee Lauder.
AGE 20: Justin Bieber
Musician and model
What makes him powerful: It hasn't been an easy year for the Biebs. After run-ins with the law and the paparazzi, Bieber disappointmented a lot of fans. There was talk of deporting him back to Canada. Still, he remains the highest-paid celebrity under 30 and seems to be trying to reinvent himself, including becoming the new face of Calvin Klein and signing up to be "roasted" on Comedy Central in March.
AGE 21: Ariana Grande
Musician and actress
What makes her powerful: The Nickelodeon actress established herself as a pop star last year with a number of hits, from "Problem" to "Bang Bang" to "Love Me Harder." The soprano, whose voice has been likened to Mariah Carey, is going to be filming a new TV show this year, titled "Scream Queens."
AGE 22: Miley Cyrus
Musician and actress
What makes her powerful: Miley Cyrus, who has a net worth of $160 million, also got an early start on Disney as "Hannah Montana," but the daughter of country star Billy Ray Cyrus did a 180 with "Wrecking Ball." Her latest album, "Bangerz," was nominated for a Grammy. These days she's dating Patrick Schwarzenegger, but she's still just being Miley.
Another powerful 22-year-old: Josh Hutcherson will tie up loose ends as Peeta in the last "Hunger Games" movie this year.
AGE 23: Shailene Woodley
What makes her powerful: The "next Jennifer Lawrence" launched her acting career on the ABC Family show "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" and has taken on bigger and more serious roles. This past year Woodley starred in the first of the "Divergent" series movies, with three more due out, as well as "The Fault in Our Stars." Next year she'll try her hand at portraying an actual person: Edward Snowden's girlfriend, in a soon-to-be-titled Oliver Stone movie.
AGE 24: Jennifer Lawrence
What makes her powerful: Lawrence has gone from "X-Men" character to "Hunger Games" character, but really made her mark as an actress for award-winning roles in "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle." With one more "Hunger Games" installment to go, she's also got a number of other title character projects on her plate, including "Serena" and "Joy." She also signed on to play Agnes Magnusdottir, an Icelandic woman accused of murder in the 1800s in the movie version of the book "Burial Rites."
Another powerful 24-year-old: Emma Watson has gone from Hermione at Hogwarts to speaker and champion of women's rights at the UN.
AGE 25: Taylor Swift
What makes her powerful: Swift's latest album, "1989," became the best-selling album of 2014. Pulling her music from Spotify showed how much power she really has over the music industry, as the Spotify company blog noted that it hoped she would change her mind and stay. Swift is powerful in more than just the music industry; big-name brands like Victoria's Secret are using her to boost sales, and she's a huge target for paparazzi everywhere.
Another powerful 25-year-old: Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg is the millions-earning, best-known YouTube star on the video sharing site today with 34 million subscribers.
AGE 26: Emma Stone
What makes her powerful: Stone is America's big-screen sweetheart. Not only is she strengthening the role of women in the comic-book-movie industry as Gwen Stacy in the "Spider-Man" franchise reboot, but her old-school Hollywood glamour makes her versatile for classic roles à la "Gangster Squad" as well as burnout daughter roles like in the recent "Birdman," for which she was just nominated for an Oscar.
AGE 27: Miles Teller
What makes him powerful: Miles Teller rocketed to stardom swiftly and suddenly. The NYU grad, who has received very little rejection in his career, got his first major role in "Rabbit Hole" in 2010, and has appeared in the first (and soon the second) "Divergent" movie. He also took home a boatload of awards from the Sundance Film Festival for his starring role in the 2014 film "Whiplash." About to portray the new Mr. Fantastic in the "Fantastic Four" remake, Teller is also the new face of Prada.
AGE 28: Megan Ellison
What makes her powerful: Larry Ellison may be powerful in the tech world, but his daughter Megan is a rockstar in Hollywood. Ellison stormed head first into the film industry, and owns a successful film production company, Annapurna Pictures. Her company backed blockbuster hits "American Hustle" and "Her," and will be behind the three upcoming new "Terminator" releases. Nearly all of her films have won or been nominated for major film industry awards.
Another powerful 28-year-old: "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham is going strong into the show's fourth season. She also released a memoir last year.
AGE 29: Keira Knightley
What makes her powerful: Knightley is the queen of character roles in historical and period films, from Elizabeth Bennett in "Pride and Prejudice" to Cecilia in "Atonement" to Elizabeth Swann in "Pirates of The Caribbean." Most recently, she portrayed Joan Clarke in "The Imitation Game," and received an Oscar nomination for her performance. The 29-year-old British actress is pregnant and has a movie, "Everest," coming out this year.
Another powerful 29-year-old: Anna Kendrick is working on five movies this year, and two more for 2016.
AGE 30: Scarlett Johansson
What makes her powerful: Scar Jo's lead in break-out superhero movie "Lucy" was a surprise hit at the box office, grossing over $458 million. She's also a natural superhero as Black Widow; her triumphs in the first "Avengers" movie, and again in the second "Captain America" film, are sure to lead to hits in the role's reprise in the new "Avengers" movie this summer.
Another powerful 30-year-old: Taylor Schilling returns as Piper Chapman on "OITNB" this summer, but in the meantime she's currently costarring in an off-Broadway play with "Game of Thrones" star Peter Dinklage.
AGE 31: Chris Hemsworth
What makes him powerful: Not only is Hemsworth powerful as his character Thor, but he's also the start of what could be a very powerful Hollywood family — his brothers Liam and Luke are also successful actors. He was also voted People magazine's Sexiest Man Alive in 2014. Thor returns to the screen in the new "Avengers" movie and in another announced "Thor" film due out in 2017.
AGE 32: Seth Rogen
Actor, writer, director, producer
What makes him powerful: Rogen has his hand in all areas of the film process, both in front and behind the camera. His film "The Interview" was the talk of both film and foreign policy, inciting both controversy and rave reviews. Most of all, it proved how much power both the media and the arts have in the world.
AGE 33: Beyoncé
What makes her powerful: She's called "Queen Bey" for a reason. At the end of 2013, the former Destiny's Child frontwoman waged a war against retailers like Amazon and Target by refusing to let them stock her self-titled album and, just to spite them, secretly released it overnight on iTunes, causing a momentary crash of the e-store. Nominated for five Grammys this year, Beyoncé has a lot to teach people — as evidenced by a new course at the University of Illinois at Chicago, called "Beyoncé: Critical Feminist Perspectives and U.S. Black Womanhood."
AGE 34: Kim Kardashian West
Reality-TV star and media mogul
What makes her powerful: In 2014 alone, Kardashian West attempted to #breaktheinternet on the cover of Paper magazine, joined the tech scene with her popular "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" game, and continued to star on E's "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" — all while balancing life as a new mom. No longer just a reality star, Kardashian West has become a fashion icon and successful entrepreneur.
AGE 35: Chris Pratt
What makes him powerful: Though he's been charming "Parks and Rec" fans for years as the goofy yet lovable Andy Dwyer, Pratt cemented himself as a bona fide action star in the movie of the summer, "Guardians of the Galaxy," which grossed over $772 million worldwide. He's also set to star in the upcoming "Jurassic Park" sequel, and is rumored to take on the role of Indiana Jones in Disney's reboot of the series.
AGE 36: James Franco
What makes him powerful: Franco has never been afraid to cause controversy, and his newest film, "The Interview," did just that, getting pulled from theaters before it premiered. But the success and buzz around the movie only accelerated his career: He's got several new movies scheduled to release in 2015.
AGE 37: Kanye West
Musician and producer
What makes him powerful: It's likely that no one will ever love Kanye as much as Kanye loves Kanye, but he undoubtedly has loyal fans and a prominent place in the music industry. "Yeezus," which dropped in 2013, topped the charts and was considered by many to be the best album of the year. He's got a new album in the works, and recently released an adorable video for "Only One," featuring his daughter, North.
AGE 38: Benedict Cumberbatch
What makes him powerful: Fans fell in love with the British actor as Sherlock in the series by the same name, and he even took home his first Emmy for the role. He's since been busy with parts in "12 Years a Slave" and "Star Trek Into Darkness." His performance in last year's "The Imitation Game" also earned him an Oscar nod, and next year he's joining the Marvel family as Doctor Strange.
AGE 39: Angelina Jolie
Actress, director, and humanitarian
What makes her powerful: Last year, Jolie starred in summer blockbuster "Maleficent" and made her directing debut with "Unbroken," which garnered three Oscar nods. This year, she's branching out into writing as well with "By The Sea," which she directed and stars in opposite real-life husband, Brad Pitt. The mother of six is also recognized for her international philanthropic efforts, earning her a Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award at the 2014 Oscars.
AGE 40: Leonardo DiCaprio
What makes him powerful: He has yet to win an Oscar, but DiCaprio still proves to be one of the most talented actors of his time, starring in hits "Titanic," "Inception," and "The Wolf of Wall Street." He's heading into 2015 strong, with three movies in the works.
AGE 41: Kevin Feige
What makes him powerful: As the creative mind behind Marvel's recent string of hit movies, Feige has worked on "The Avengers," "Iron Man," and "Guardians of the Galaxy," to name a few. These three, plus the two "Iron Man" sequels, produced an impressive worldwide box office gross of $4.7 billion alone. When Disney purchased Marvel in 2009, it considered Feige an essential piece of the acquisition.
AGE 42: Sofia Vergara
What makes her powerful: Last year, Vergara played Inez in "Chef," one of 2014's surprising hits, bringing in $31 million domestically at the box office. Vergara has a couple of movies in production for 2015, and "Modern Family," now in its sixth season, is still going strong. She was the highest-paid actress in 2014.
AGE 43: Amy Poehler
What makes her powerful: Poehler knows how to keep fans laughing — last year, she took home a Golden Globe for her role as hardworking Leslie Knope on "Parks and Recreation," which is in its seventh and final season. The "Saturday Night Live" alum also recently released her hilarious memoir "Yes Please," which became a New York Times best seller.
AGE 44: Christopher Nolan
What makes him powerful: This year Nolan released "Interstellar," a sci-fi flick starring Matthew McConaughey, which earned five Oscar nominations for its score and visual effects. Known for his cerebral directing style, Nolan is also the creative mind behind "Inception," "Memento," and the "Dark Knight" trilogy.
AGE 45: Tyler Perry
Actor, producer, and screenwriter
What makes him powerful: After shocking the film industry with the surprise success of his first film, "Diary of a Mad Black Woman," Perry carved out an untapped niche for himself in Hollywood — "the black church-going crowd." More than 25 movies, five TV shows, and a net worth of $400 million later, he's built a veritable empire.
Another powerful 45-year-old: Shonda Rhimes controls ABC's Thursday night line-up with three back-to-back hit shows: "Grey's Anatomy," "Scandal," and "How To Get Away With Murder."
AGE 46: Hugh Jackman
What makes him powerful: As Wolverine in the popular X-Men franchise, Jackman proves to be powerful both on screen and off. He's got two more X-Men roles in the works — "X-Men: Apocalypse" and a not-yet-titled Wolverine sequel — and was cast as P.T. Barnum in the upcoming "The Greatest Showman on Earth." You can also catch him this summer as Blackbeard in "Pan." Jackman isn't just a movie star either — he hosted the Tonys last year and is currently on Broadway in "The River."
AGE 47: Mark Ruffalo
What makes him powerful: Ruffalo's performance as David Schultz in "Foxcatcher" earned him an Oscar nomination for best performance by an actor in a supporting role, as well as a Golden Globe nomination in the same category. You'll also catch him reprising his role as the Hulk in an upcoming "Avengers" sequel, set for release this year.
AGE 48: J.J. Abrams
What makes him powerful: Abrams has a lot on his plate these days, but the director is no stranger to action — his upcoming projects include the highly anticipated "Star Wars: Episode VII," as well as this year's "Mission: Impossible 5. He'll also produce the upcoming "Star Trek" sequel. Abrams is also a powerful force on TV as the executive producer of "Person of Interest," with past shows "Lost" and "Fringe" under his belt.
AGE 49: Michael Bay
What makes him powerful: Few directors are as widely recognized as Bay, and for good reason. Bay's "Transformers: Age of Extinction" was the highest-grossing movie of 2014, raking in over $1 billion worldwide. In addition to two more "Transfomers" sequels, he's also producing "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2" and the next installment in "The Purge" franchise.
Another powerful 49-year-old: As Iron Man, Robert Downey Jr. is ruling Marvel right now, and topped Forbes' list of the highest-paid actors in Hollywood last year.
AGE 50: Joss Whedon
Director and screenwriter
What makes him powerful: He might not have the brute strength of his superhero characters, but Whedon's "The Avengers" proved to be an unstoppable force, topping the box office charts as the third-highest-grossing movie of all time. Whedon's highly-anticipated "Avengers" sequel will be released in May. He also continues to work as executive producer of Marvel's "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." TV show.
AGE 51: Brad Pitt
What makes him powerful: After his fourth nomination, Pitt won an Oscar for best motion picture last year for his role in "12 Years a Slave," which also took home a Golden Globe in the same category. The veteran actor starred in "Fury" and performed opposite wife Angelina Jolie in "By the Sea," set to premiere this year.
AGE 52: David Fincher
What makes him powerful: Fincher cinched a best director nomination at the 2014 Golden Globes for his direction of thriller "Gone Girl." No stranger to drama, he's also known for past hits "The Social Network" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button," which both earned him Oscar nods for best achievement in directing.
AGE 53: George Clooney
Actor, director, and writer
What makes him powerful: Even after a packed career, Clooney is still at the forefront of Hollywood. Last year the two-time Oscar winner directed and starred in "The Monuments Men," and won the Cecil B. DeMille Award at the Golden Globes for "outstanding contributions" to entertainment. The long-time bachelor also made headlines for finally tying the knot, with Amal Alamuddin, a lawyer.
Another powerful 53-year-old: Director Peter Jackson, who wrapped up "The Hobbit" trilogy last year, won three Oscars for his work on the "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King" in 2004.
AGE 54: Reed Hastings
CEO of Netflix
What makes him powerful: There's no doubt that Netflix is killing it lately, with original series "House of Cards" winning two Golden Globes and four Emmys. "Orange Is the New Black" holds its own as well, taking home three Emmys from an impressive 12 nominations. And with nearly 60 million subscribers, the streaming service shows no signs of slowing down. In fact, Hastings is so confident in Netflix's future, he believes the service can expand globally within the next two years while still remaining profitable.
AGE 55: Kevin Spacey
What makes him powerful: Spacey's been making waves in Hollywood for years, claiming two Oscars for his roles in "The Usual Suspects" and "American Beauty." And though his newest gig on "House of Cards," Netflix's first original series, was a risk, it's paid off, earning Spacey a Golden Globe this year.
AGE 56: Stephen Huvane
Publicist and founder of Slate PR
What makes him powerful: With a client list that includes Jennifer Aniston, Neil Patrick Harris, and Ryan Gosling, Huvane manages some of the most prominent names in Hollywood. Business Insider named him the most powerful publicist in Hollywood for his impressive connections and deep influence in the industry.
AGE 57: Ellen Degeneres
TV host and actress
What makes her powerful: Degeneres might be known for her humor, but her power in Hollywood is no joke — she has a net worth of $285 million, has won 25 Emmys throughout her career, and was named "Favorite Daytime TV Host" at the People's Choice Awards for the 15th time in a row last year. Even her funny stunts have staying power, like her now-famous "Oscar selfie," which became the most retweeted photo ever on Twitter. It's not the first time Degeneres has made history, either. In 1997, she made headlines for coming out on "Ellen," and has been an advocate for the LGBT community since.
AGE 58: John Lasseter
Chief Creative Officer at Walt Disney Studios
What makes him powerful: Lasseter changed the animation game in 1995 with "Toy Story," the first feature-length film to be fully computer animated, earning him a Special Achievement Oscar. Now Disney's chief creative officer, Lasseter oversees all Disney and Pixar animation, and has produced favorites "Finding Nemo," "Up," and "The Incredibles," among others. He'll be returning to the director's chair for a new "Toy Story" installment in 2017.
AGE 59: Kris Jenner
Reality TV star
What makes her powerful: Though her marriage to Bruce Jenner is coming to an end, Kris "Momager" Jenner remains as powerful as ever. She's still the creator, executive producer, and costar, alongside her daughters, on "Keeping Up with the Kardashians," and has a reported net worth of over $125 million.
AGE 60: Ron Howard
Director and producer
What makes him powerful: Though he started out acting on "Happy Days" and "The Andy Griffith Show," Howard is now recognized for his work behind the camera, most notably for directing the Oscar-winning film "A Beautiful Mind." In 2013, he directed the Golden Globes-nominated "Rush" starring Chris Hemsworth. They'll reteam in this year's Moby Dick film, "In the Heart of the Sea."
AGE 61: Oprah Winfrey
What makes her powerful: Oprah returned to acting again last year with a role in "Selma," an Oscar contender for best picture. The media mogul also continues to grow her nearly $3 billion net worth with profits from OWN television network; O, The Oprah Magazine; and syndication of her acclaimed talk show, among other projects.
Another powerful 61-year-old: Producer Kathleen Kennedy became president of Lucasfilm when Disney bought the company, and is overseeing "Star Wars: Episode VII."
AGE 62: Chuck Lorre
What makes him powerful: Lorre's currently producing three hit shows — "Mom," "The Big Bang Theory," and "Two and a Half Men" — and writes for "Mike and Molly," making him a powerful presence during primetime. Lorre's brand of comedy pays too — he's worth $600 million.
Another powerful 62-year-old: Liam Neeson, who gained prominence for his role in 1993 Oscar winner "Schindler's List," reinvented himself as an action star after his role in 2008's “Taken.”
AGE 63: Bob Iger
CEO of Walt Disney Corporation
What makes him powerful: Not only does Iger claim a personal net worth of $100 million, but throughout his tenure at Disney he's raised the company's market capitalization from $48.4 billion to $153 billion, and has overseen the acquisitions of Marvel, Lucasfilm, and Pixar. Thanks to this success, Disney extended his contract as CEO for another two years, keeping Iger in power until at least 2018.
AGE 64: Jeffrey Katzenberg
CEO at DreamWorks Animation
What makes him powerful: Before cofounding DreamWorks, Katzenberg served as Disney's studio chairman, where he oversaw the production of classics such as "The Lion King," "Aladdin," and "The Little Mermaid." Through DreamWorks he's also brought us several more hits, including "Shrek" and "How To Train Your Dragon." His $860 million net worth is nothing to scoff at, either.
AGE 65: Les Moonves
President and CEO of CBS
What makes him powerful: As CEO, Moonves oversees all of CBS's numerous branches, including CBS Television Studios and The CW. Under his leadership, the network rolled out shows like "Survivor" and "CSI." Before his tenure at CBS, Moonves served as president of Warner Bros. Television, where he helped launch classics "Friends" and "ER."
Other powerful 65-year-olds: Actress Meryl Streep continually pulls off flawless performances, earning her three Oscars. "American Horror Story" star Jessica Lange also has two Oscar wins under her belt.
AGE 66: George R. R. Martin
What makes him powerful: He may still write his novels using a typewriter, but Martin has fans going crazy over his "A Song of Ice and Fire" books, as well as "Game of Thrones," the hit HBO show based off them. Martin is in the middle of the sixth installment of the best-selling series, though he has no plans to publish it just yet.
AGE 67: Stephen King
What makes him powerful: King has authored 66 books — and counting — and many have been turned into very successful movies, including "The Shining," "Carrie," and "Misery." He is one of the wealthiest authors, with a net worth of $400 million.
Anther powerful 67-year-old: David Letterman is the celebrated host of "Late Night" on CBS, but has plans to retire this year.
AGE 68: Steven Spielberg
What makes him powerful: Spielberg has made his name as one of the most prominent and prolific film directors, having directed several iconic classic films including "E.T.," "Schindler's List," "Saving Private Ryan," and more. His work on "Schindler's List" and "Saving Private Ryan" earned him Oscars, and he also received the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award in 1987. He sits at No. 11 on Forbes Most Powerful Celebrities list, with a net worth of $3 billion. Later this year, he has an untitled spy thriller coming out with Tom Hanks.
AGE 69: Helen Mirren
What makes her powerful: The actress won an Oscar for her performance as "The Queen." She is one of the most respected actresses in Hollywood and epitomizes elegance. She continues to churn out movies that are critically acclaimed, including 2014's Golden Globe-nominated "The Hundred-Foot Journey."
Other powerful 69-year-olds: Tom Selleck is known for "Magnum P.I." and stars on "Blue Bloods." Comedian, writer, and actor Steve Martin isn't doing much acting work right now, but he has written a number of best-selling books.
AGE 70: Lorne Michaels
Producer and creator of "Saturday Night Live"
What makes him powerful: Lorne Michaels is known as the go-to guy for making network comedy. He's behind "Saturday Night Live," and he also produced Tina Fey's wildly popular comedy "30 Rock," among many others.
Other powerful 70-year-olds: Actor Michael Douglas will add "Ant-Man" to his resume this summer, and the creator, director, and writer of "Star Wars," George Lucas, is also quite powerful.
AGE 71: Robert DeNiro
What makes him powerful: DeNiro has two Oscars under his belt, and age isn't stopping him from hard work. He has five films in the works for 2015.
Another powerful 71-year-old: Christopher Walken, who is a prolific actor and an Oscar winner, is still working. He appeared in "Peter Pan Live" and "Jersey Boys" in 2014.
AGE 72: Martin Scorsese
Director and screenwriter
What makes him powerful: The prolific director has been nominated for Oscars many times, with one win under his belt for "The Departed." He shows no signs of stopping. He has projects lined up all the way through 2016.
Another powerful 72-year-old: Barbra Streisand is an iconic actress, singer, and director, who was also the first female director to receive the Kennedy Center Honors.
AGE 73: Martha Stewart
What makes her powerful: Martha Stewart owns an entire media company (Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia) based around homemaking, as well as lines of products, and more. Even though she had a stint in prison in 2004, she's still wildly popular — and pretty vocal, too.