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...
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.
My favorite thing is to go where I've never been. D. Arbus
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