Had to go with Lemonade.
Ever since I could remember, I played characters that kinda "popped into my head" during character creation. Sometimes I'd roll on Age, sometimes not (for the record, I'm mostly a 1e AD&D guy but started with B/X in '80/'81. It all depended on what I "felt" the character was and how I pictured them in my head (both physically and emotionally/mentally).
I've played PC's as young as 15 I think, and as old as "around 70" (iirc). Most of the time they tend to fall into the 25 to 35 range. I myself will hit the big five-oh in about two months, but even when I was in my teens and early 20's, my PC's (when I got to play) tended towards that range. Younger than 25 and it gets harder to keep them alive as well as "feel" like they have some vested interest in staying alive for the future. Older than about 35 and they almost always end up with much more reasonable and mundane goals in mind (re: "Well, guys, after that last dungeon, I've got slightly more than 10k in gold. I'm finally going to get that grape farm I always wanted and start making my own wine. It's been nice, but only idiots keep adventuring when they don't have to. C'ya!".
Paul L. Ming