Connie Inge-Lise Nielsen was born on July 3, 1965 in Frederikshavn, Denmark. She moved to Paris when she was 18. There, she worked as a model and actress. This then led her to study at a drama school in Rome, Italy. She eventually moved to the US where she began an acting career.
She initially made her film debut in the 1984 French film Par où t’es rentré ? On t’a pas vu sortir. Her first major role in an American movie was as Christabella Andreoli in 1997’s The Devil’s Advocate. She has since starred in Gladiator and Nymphomaniac, among others.
Has Connie Nielsen had Plastic Surgery?
Connie Nielsen will turn 50 next year but she still got the look, the fabulous one. Throughout her more than two-decade career, the Gladiator actress has had her fair share of plastic surgery rumors. In the past, she was reported of undergoing a boob job. First getting mainstream attention as the seductress Christabella in The Devil’s Advocate, viewers were able to get a glimpse of her body. So, when she appeared in another major film, Gladiator, with a prominent cleavage, speculations of plastic surgery came into play.
Now that she’s nearly in her 50s, Nielsen sparks rumors of cosmetic enhancements. Because of her youthful appearance and her flawless face, it led some to believe that she may have relied to anti-aging treatments such as Botox to eliminate signs of getting older. As her cheeks still look full, firm and puffy, she probably has had fillers as well to replace her natural collagen, which women in their 40s usually lose as a result of the aging process.