Susan Lucci will forever be known for playing Erica Kane on the ABC daytime drama All My Children from 1970 to 2011.
The actress has also made it a priority to give her time and support to a slew of charities and foundations over the years.
And on Thursday, the 72-year old put her philanthropy and her ageless figure on full display at The 2nd Annual ADAPT Leadership Awards Gala in New York City.
The Scarsdale, New York native looked timeless in an animal print sequin mini dress that included black and hints of navy blue.
The flashy number hugged her petite 5ft 1in figure and showcased her lean and toned legs.
She rounded out the ensemble with a pair of navy blue pumps and wore her dark brown tresses long and flowing with some loose waves and a part in the middle.
Lucci, who also served as an honorary gala co-chair, strutted her age-defying figure on the red carpet both solo and alongside some of the honorees, which included television sitcom legend Tony Danza.
The two posed side-by-side as photographers snapped away.
Danza starred in the smash hits Taxi (1978-1983) and Who’s The Boss? (1984-1992)
The other 2019 honorees were former Today show host Tamron Hall; ABC news anchor John Muir; market president at TD Bank Peter Meyer; and the founders of John’s Crazy Socks, John Cronin and Mark Cronin.