Emma Thompson was born on 15 April 1959. She first rose to fame in the UK for her roles on the British shows Tutti Frutti and Fortunes of War in the 1980s. For both her work on the shows, she won a BAFTA for Best Actress. She then made her cinematic debut in 1989’s The Tall Guy. In the ’90s, she became further known for her works in the films Dead Again and Much Ado About Nothing. She later won an Academy Award and a BAFTA Award for Best Actress for her role in the movie Howards End.
She gained other Oscar nominations for her performances in the films The Remains of the Day and In the Name of the Father. Her performance in Sense and Sensibility was also lauded where she also served as the writer. For her writing work in the film, she won an Academy Award for Best Adapted Screenplay. She has since starred in the films Love Actually, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Stranger than Fiction, and Nanny McPhee. In the 2010s, she starred in Saving Mr. Banks, Bridget Jones’s Baby, and Beauty and the Beast.
Has Emma Thompson had Plastic Surgery?
The 58-year-old actress is one of those women in Hollywood that’s opposed to plastic surgery. Looking at her, it’s apparent that the critically acclaimed performer prefers to age gracefully than to succumb to the pressures of the acting world. When asked about her views on plastic surgery, she said:
“It’s mad. It’s not a normal thing to do, and the culture that we’ve created that says it’s normal, is not normal. Why do people ask persons to cut them open and put things into their body? What is that, what are we doing to ourselves? She added: “It’s chronically unhealthy and there’s this very serious side to all of that because we’re going to end up with this sort of ‘super-culture’ that’s going to suggest to young people, girls and boys, that this looks normal. And it’s not normal.”