Harrison Ford, 78, keeps himself fit as a fiddle as he steps out in a pair of shorts to play tennis in LA
He is still fit at 78.
The legendary Star Wars heartthrob slipped into a pair of shorts as he stepped out to keep himself in shape with a game of tennis.
He is still fit at 78: And Harrison Ford showed it when he was spotted emerging from lockdown in Los Angeles this week for a bit of exercise
Accessorizing with a pair of sunglasses, he made sure to ward off the wintertime chill by zipping himself into a jacket.
His latest outing comes nearly a month after he reportedly waited in line for two-and-a-half hours to receive a vaccine for COVID-19 in Los Angeles County.
Harrison, who is in a priority category because of his age, made his own appointment to receive the first dose according to Variety.
His representative did not comment any further than offering gratitude to medical volunteers and staff working in the field.
Making it happen: The legendary Star Wars heartthrob slipped into a pair of shorts as he stepped out to keep himself in shape with a game of tennis
The Indiana Jones icon reportedly went to El Camino Community College in Torrance, California to get his first jab.
Harrison is currently hunkering down in Los Angeles with his third wife Calista Flockhart whom he has been married to since 2010.
This past December it emerged that Harrison will be returning to the role of Indiana Jones whom he has played in four movies thus far.
The upcoming movie will reportedly be the last time Harrison ever plays the character that he originated in Raiders Of The Lost Ark in 1981.
Side by side: Harrison is pictured in the 1977 first Star Wars movie alongside Carrie Fisher who has written that they had an affair during the making of the film
In the 1989 film Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade his father was played by his fellow screen legend Sean Connery who died this past Halloween at the age of 90.
Steven Spielberg, who directed the first four movies, has decided not to return for the fifth one, Variety reported last February.
However he will remain involved with the project in a producing capacity, with the directing gig going to James Mangold of Ford Vs. Ferrari fame.