Judith Light milks the camera with several funny poses while donning showstopping gown at InStyle Awards

She's a lauded actress who this year became a septuagenarian, but she still knows how to have a grand time and look great while doing it.

Judith Light, of Who's The Boss fame, had fun posing in the the arrivals line at the InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles, California on Monday night, wearing a long-sleeved ornately patterned column gown that showed off her svelte figure beautifully.

Light, who this fall wrapped her acclaimed Amazon series Transparent with a feature-length musical, glammed it up with several drama-filled poses in the floor-length gown, but it was clear from her facial expressions that she was quite in on the joke.

Showstopper: Judith Light, of Who's The Boss fame, had fun posing in the the arrivals line at the InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles on Monday night

Showstopper: Judith Light, of Who's The Boss fame, had fun posing in the the arrivals line at the InStyle Awards at The Getty Center in Los Angeles on Monday night

The actress, who won back-to-back Daytime Emmys in 1980 and 1981 for her role of 'Karen Wolek #3' on One Life To Live, donned a black gown that featured a busily beautiful floral print, in the shades of lilac, green, peach and other colors.

The gown had a high neck and tasteful slit up the side, and Light struck several poses that clearly demonstrated she was loving what she wore.

The actress paired the dress with black pumps, and wore her trademark blond locks down. 

Judith played the role of Shelly Pfefferman, an overbearing Los Angeles Jewish mother to three grown children navigating the gender transition of their other parent, for four seasons on Transparent before last month's concluding TV movie. 

Pretty: The actress donned a black gown that featured a busily beautiful floral print, in the shades of lilac, green, peach and other colors

Pretty: The actress donned a black gown that featured a busily beautiful floral print, in the shades of lilac, green, peach and other colors

Over the shoulder: The gown had a high neck and tasteful slit up the side
Feeling it: Light struck several poses that clearly demonstrated she was loving what she wore

Drama queen: Judith glammed it up with several drama-filled poses in the floor-length gown, but it was clear from her facial expressions that she was quite in on the joke

The title character of the show, Maura Pfefferman, was previously played by actor Jeffrey Tambor, but after multiple allegations of sexual misconduct and inappropriate behavior from others on the Transparent set in 2017, the team behind the show took some time and ultimately decided to carry on without him.

In the film, the Pfeffermans grapple with a death in the family, and the proceedings become musical throughout the final extended episode. 

The finale of season three of Transparent also turned musical, with Judith singing a surprisingly heartfelt rendition of Alannis Morissette's Hand In My Pocket, which perhaps served as inspiration for the decision to make the series finale musical as well.

Transparent also starred Jay Duplass, Gabby Hoffman, Amy Landecker and Kathryn Hahn. 

Radiant: Judith played the role of Shelly Pfefferman, an overbearing Los Angeles Jewish mother to three grown children, on Amazon's Transparent

Radiant: Judith played the role of Shelly Pfefferman, an overbearing Los Angeles Jewish mother to three grown children, on Amazon's Transparent

Aside from that show, Judith appears in one episode of the new Netflix series The Politician, created by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk.

Light has previously worked in the Murphy-verse before, performing to much acclaim in two episodes of American Crime Story's second season, which revolved around the assassination of Gianni Versace.

Up next for the actress is a role in the second season of Manhunt: Unabomber, due in 2020.

Additionally, Judith enjoyed the honor of receiving her very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame last month. 

Busy lady: Aside from Transparent, Judith appears in one episode of the new Netflix series The Politician, created by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk; seen at the LA premiere

No stranger to dramatic poses: Up next for the actress is a role in the second season of Manhunt: Unabomber, due in 2020; seen here earlier this month in NYC

No stranger to dramatic poses: Up next for the actress is a role in the second season of Manhunt: Unabomber, due in 2020; seen here earlier this month in NYC

Judith Light milks the camera with funny poses in a showstopping dress at the InStyle Awards

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