I am 50 and I have been using film since 1963. Abandoned film briefly in 2004 but now use film more than digital - 35mm and 120.
I'm probably the only highschooler in the area (state?) that walks around with an RB67 in tow. It's a strange feeling.
35 (ouch!), enjoyed shooting and working in the darkroom when I was a kid and teenager, but in my twenties I completely abandoned my hobby; acquired my first digicam in '98 for casual snapshots, and from 2001 or 2002 used only digital until 2010. When I was ~30 I become interested again in photography and bought a DSLR. At some point I realized that film had a look that was a cut above anything digital can produce. I bought a Pentax ME and I was hooked...
Love 35mm. Once in a while I shoot 120 too. I must admit that I have a digital and one-in-great-while I actually use it.
I was at a park with my view camera. Up hobbles this guy with a cane, easily in his eighties, maybe more. He sizes up me and the camera, looks me right in the eye, and says, "You're a dinosaur".
I'm 41, having been born in 1971, the same year as 110 film. I grew up with an Argus pocket 110 camera and a Polaroid One-Step (white rainbow model) that used flashbars.
These days I shoot 35mm, medium format, and 4x5 large format.
I'm 38 (!), have shot film all my life, and my favourite camera is only a few years younger than me (Nikon FE). I mostly shoot 120, but have been gravitating back to 35mm, and hope to do more LF work this year.
Fifty-one, which snuck up on me. Always used film, probably won't ever stop!
I just put my age in. Glad I was able to one up the 60s. I'm 71, shoot Kodak Retina, Minolta HiMatic, Zies Ikonta 6X9. I have a Sony Alpha 550 digital, but I'm much more deliberate with the analog gadgets. There's a lot of things in life that are better the longer you take :D