Megan Mullally Plastic Surgery Before and After

Megan Mullally was born on November 12, 1958. In 1981, she started her Hollywood career with the TV movie The Children Nobody Wanted. She later appeared with a minor role in the 1983 film Risky Business. She next had roles in the films Once Bitten, Last Resort, and About Last Night… On TV, her first starring role was as Molly Brewer Ross on the sitcom The Ellen Burstyn Show. In the 1990s, she first starred as Becky Jo on the short-lived sitcom Rachel Gunn, R.N. She later got her breakout role as Karen Walker in the NBC sitcom Will & Grace, which she starred in from 1998 to 2006. Afterward, she starred on her own show The Megan Mullally Show.

She went on to play Chief on the black comedy series Childrens Hospital from 2008 to 2016. She also played recurring role Tammy Swanson II on Parks and Recreation. Other roles on television include Rosemary on In the Motherhood, Lydia Dunfree on Party Down, Veronica Mann on Breaking In, Franny Marshall on Web Therapy, and Leanne on You, Me and the Apocalypse. As a movie actress, Mullally has had performances in the films Stealing Harvard, Fame, Smashed, The Kings of Summer, G.B.F., Date and Switch, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, Why Him?, Lemon, Infinity Baby, and The Disaster Artist. She’s also recently played Karen Walker again following the continuation of Will & Grace.

Has Megan Mullally had Plastic Surgery?

Already in her 60s, the Will & Grace actress seems to be resolute of her decision never to go through plastic surgery. Talking about her Will & Grace’s character Karen Walker, who’s had numerous plastic surgeries, she said she’s completely the opposite. For starters, she loves the process of aging.

“Yes, I’m turning 60. I’m excited about it. I think it’s cool, the ageing process, especially with women because we experience different things that happen to our bodies,” said the comedic actress in a previous interview.

“I like those passages, they’re like markers,” said Mullally. “But the only pressure would be that Karen is someone who never ages so I need to feel like I need to look really good. Karen has had a lot of plastic surgery, which I haven’t had.”

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