Salli Richardson was born on November 23, 1967. She first appeared in the 1991 film Up Against the Wall. After playing small roles in some films, she appeared in the movies Posse, I Spy Returns, Sioux City, and A Low Down Dirty Shame. On television, her first starring role was as the voice of Elisa Maza in the animated series Gargoyles. She reprised her role in Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles. At the same time, she had performances in the movies Soul of the Game, The Great White Hype, and Butter. She then starred as Lt. Kim Salisaw in the TV series Mercy Point. In the 2000s, she played Nancy Adams in Rude Awakening.
She also starred as Viveca Foster in Family Law, which she played between 1999 and 2002. She later had performances in the films Antwone Fisher, Biker Boyz, Anacondas: The Hunt for the Blood Orchid, I Am Legend, Black Dynamite, and Pastor Brown. Richardson became more famous when she starred as Allison Blake in the Syfy series Eureka, which aired from 2006 to 2012. After this, she played Jane Barrow in The Newsroom and Valerie in Being Mary Jane. Between 2015 and 2015, she played Maggie in the sci-fi crime series Stitchers. Also in the 2010s, the actress starred in the movies I Will Follow, We the Party, and Playin’ for Love. More recently, Richardson ventured into directing on TV.
Has Salli Richardson had Plastic Surgery?
Now in her 50s, there’ve been claims about the Eureka star getting some plastic surgery done to maintain a youthful look. However, none of these reports are ever substantial. While it’s possible that Richardson may have had minor cosmetic enhancements, including dermal fillers and, maybe even Botox, it would seem that she hasn’t done anything invasive. According to the actress, she stays young and fit by following a clean diet plan and an active lifestyle.