If Reese Witherspoon Is Too Old … Who Could Play Stevie Nicks?

Stevie Nicks obviously likes younger women — when it comes to playing her that is.

Surprisingly, the famous singer doesn’t think that Reese Witherspoon, 37, is up to the job.

“I’ve already told [Reese] she’s almost too old,” the 64-year-old former Fleetwood Mac frontwoman told ET Canada  at the Toronto premiere of her new documentary, In Your Dreams.

This isn’t the first time the gravel voiced singer has shot down a prospective actress in line to star in her biopic.

At one point, Lindsay Lohan’s name was tossed around to play her, but the veteran rocker said the only way that would happen is “over my dead body.”

Casting Witherspoon seems more appropriate since she’s previously won an Oscar for her portrayal of June Carter in the Johnny Cash biopic Walk the Line.

But if she doesn’t believe Reese is up to the task then what other ‘age appropriate actresses’ could take-on the part of the hard living rock legend.

At, 26, Juno star Ellen Paige proved she had musical chops by appearing on the movie’s soundtrack along with Michael Cera – their rendition of  The Moldy Peaches and Anyone Else But You was well received by fans and critics alike.

Scarlett Johansson, 28, can act and sing. The Lost In Translation and Vicky Cristina Barcelona star has already released two albums Anywhere I Lay My Head, 2008, plus Pete Yorn’s Break-Up in 2009.

Evan Rachel Wood, 25, used her own voice for the 2007 musical film Across the Universe alongside co-star Jim Sturgess while her acting performances earn rave reviews.

All of these actresses would presumably get Miss Nick’s vote of approval while the film about her life is still in the concept phase.

Cast your vote for who you would like to see play Stevie Nicks in a movie about her life.

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