She cemented herself as a Hollywood icon in a 1960s sitcom, in which she starred as the magical titular character.
But before that, she starred opposite Elvis Presley in the film he called his best.
I Love Lucy, Gunsmoke and The Andy Griffith Show were also among her credits.
Now she shuns the spotlight and lives a relaxed life in California with her third husband and adorable dog Bentley.
Have you guessed her identity yet?
DailyMail.com spotted this actress, 92, running errands in Los Angeles
The age-defying beauty rocked sporty sunglasses, sneakers and a comfy sweater
She made her mark in Hollywood in a 1960s sitcom playing the titular character
This actress shuns the spotlight and lives a relaxed life in California with her third husband and adorable dog Bentley
She celebrated her most recent birthday in August and was last photographed walking her dog in March
It’s Barbara Eden!
The Hollywood icon looks healthy and younger than her years as she is seen for the first time since her 92nd birthday in August.
The former glamor queen, who made her name alongside the late Larry Hagman in I Dream Of Jeannie, is rarely photographed outdoors these days.
She lives a quiet life away from the spotlight with her third husband, architect Jon Eicholtz, whom she married in 1991.
She celebrated her most recent birthday this summer and was last photographed walking adorable Labradoodle Bentley in March.
For her outing this week, Barbara rocked sporty sunglasses, sneakers and a comfy white sweater.
She was driven by a friend and seemed in good spirits, smiling broadly as she strolled through the autumn sunshine near her home in LA’s San Fernando Valley.
The actress made her breakthrough in I Dream of Jeannie, which debuted in 1965
The show followed Eden as a ghost named Jeannie, who is discovered by an astronaut played by Larry Hagman. The show ran from 1965 to 1970 and lasted five seasons
Barbara starred opposite Elvis Presley in the 1960 western Flaming Star
The Hollywood veteran attended the Remus Pre Award Tea Time event held at the Beverly Hills Hotel earlier this year.
Eden looked glamorous and cheerful and even did her signature ghost pose, with her arms crossed in front of her on the red carpet.
The television icon landed her guest-starring roles on several shows in the 1950s, such as I Love Lucy, Perry Mason and Gunsmoke, before landing her first leading role as Loco Jones in the 1957 series How to Marry a Millionaire.
She continued to work in both films, such as Twelve Hours to Kill and From the Terrace, and on TV in Burke’s Law and Rawhide.
Then, in 1960, she was cast opposite Elvis in the western Flaming Star – the film Elvis considered his best big-screen performance. She only got the role after British actress Barbara Steele dropped out as filming began.
Earlier this year, Eden attended the Remus Pre Award Tea Time in Beverly Hills, where she did her signature ghost pose on the red carpet
Eden spends her time with architect Jon Eicholtz, whom she married in 1991
She was last photographed in March walking the adorable Labradoodle Bentley with husband Jon
But it was her breakout role as the title character in I Dream of Jeannie that made her a legend.
The show debuted in 1965, after Eden was discovered as a ghost named Jeannie by an astronaut (played by Hagman) when he rubbed a strange bottle he found on a beach in the South Pacific.
The two immediately fall in love on the show that lasted five seasons until 1970.
She has been married to Eicholtz, her third husband, since 1991.
She previously married Charles Fegert and her first husband Michael Ansara – with whom she had her only son Matthew Anasara, who tragically died of a drug overdose in 2001.
Although she lives a quieter life these days with her husband and Bentley in Beverly Hills, she remains active in her field.
“Sometimes you gotta slow down, but I’ll do what I do until I can’t do it anymore,” she said in a 2021 interview.