'Charlie's Angels' star Cheryl Ladd is still a total blonde bombshell at 66

Cheryl Ladd is still an angel in our eyes!

The former "Charlie's Angels" star is now 66, but from the looks of her most recent photos, she's every bit of a bombshell as she was back in the '80s. Ladd made an appearance on "Extra" just a couple of months ago, and she looked absolutely ageless! The actress rocked a sexy off-the-shoulder top that she perfectly paired with some chic earrings. She wore her hair in a wavy, bombshell style and truly let her natural beauty shine with barely any makeup on.

Not much as changed about Ladd's appearance over the years, although there was a brief period in the late '90s where she was rocking a much shorter, cropped hairstyle. Cheryl had one of the most sensational bikini bodies back in the day -- just take a look at her sexy bikini shots from her "Charlie's Angels" days! -- and there's no denying she's managed to maintain her knockout figure.

While Ladd initially entered Hollywood for a career in music, it was her role in "Charlie's Angels" that really skyrocketed her career and permanently placed her on the list of the hottest women of her time. Cheryl starred alongside Kate Jackson and Jaclyn Smith in the action-packed TV series that ran from 1977 to 1981. Before her big break, she made small cameos in other hit shows like "The Partridge Family" and "Happy Days."

After "Charlie's Angels," Cheryl next leading role came in 1944 for the TV show "One West Waikiki." The show was eventually cancelled in 1996 after 20 episodes.

She also made small appearances in major shows like "CSI: Miami" and "Charmed" and a slew of made-for-TV movies. Most recently, she appeared in "The People v. O.J. Simpson: An American Crime Story," playing the wife of Simpson's lawyer Robert Shapiro.

While Ladd never really found another big role following "Charlie's Angels," she did find success in her other business endeavors. She published a children's book in 1996, "The Adventures of Little Nettie Windship." Years later, she published an autobiographical book which focused on her love for golf titled, "Token Chick: A Woman's Guide to Golfing With the Boys."

The South Dakota native has been married twice. In 1973, she tied the knot with fellow actor David Ladd, with whom she had a daughter, Jordan. After they divorced in 1980, she met music producer Brian Russell. They got married a year after her divorce in 1981.

Check out the slideshow above for Cheryl's stunning transformation over the years!