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Arnold Schwarzenegger turns 75: a look back(49 images)

Arnold Schwarzenegger, known as a former California governor, bodybuilder and for his roles in "Terminator," "Total Recall," "Twins" and "True Lies," turns 75 on July 30, 2022. Here's a look back at his career through the years.

Fans reach out toward Arnold Schwarzenegger as he arrives outside of the All Star Cafe for the New York City premiere of "Batman & Robin" in which he plays the role of Mr. Freeze, on June 18, 1997. He had heart surgery that year. Photo by Ezio Petersen/UPI
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Schwarzenegger and his wife, Maria Shriver, arrive at the Church of St. Thomas More in New York City for a quiet Mass to celebrate the lives of John F. Kennedy Jr. and Carolyn Bessette Kennedy on July 23, 1999. That year, he won a lawsuit against a doctor claiming her would die soon after his heart surgery. Pool photo by Doug Mills/UPI
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Schwarzenegger coaches young kids in boxing at the Hollenbeck Youth Center in East Los Angeles to promote the Inner-City Games Foundation on August 16, 2000. Photo by Earl Cryer/UPI
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Schwarzenegger (R) and Muhammad Ali (C) join the auctioneer to pump up the bidding at the celebrity watch auction at Christie's Auction house in New York City to benefit the Inner City Games Foundation and the Ali Center in Kentucky on October 23, 2000. Photo by Ezio Petersen/UPI
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