Sharon Lawrence was born on June 29, 1961. In 1992, she made her television debut in an episode of Civil Wars. She got her breakthrough on the small screen after landing the part of Sylvia Costas on NYPD Blue, starring on the show from 1993-1999. At the same time, she starred as Gwen Leonard on the TV series Fired Up. Her next role was as Donna Stiles on the CBS sitcom Ladies Man.
In 2000, she starred as Detective Kelly in the film Gossip. Other film credits during this period were Little Black Book and The Alibi. At the same time, she starred as Vivian Cates on the short-lived series Wolf Lake. She went on to have recurring roles on Desperate Housewives and Monk, as well as had starring roles on short-lived shows Hidden Palms and The Line.
Subsequently, she played Bobbie Dobkins recurrently on Drop Dead Diva from 2009-2013. She also played Sylvia Baker on One Tree Hill, Dr. Hope Martin on Rizzoli & Isles, and Margo Mierzejewski on Shameless. More recently, she played Brenda Sanders on The Ranch.
Has Sharon Lawrence had Plastic Surgery?
The actress is already in her late 50s and there have been claims about possible plastic surgery. It probably has something to do with her flawless facial features, leading some to assume that a facelift may have been involved. Recently, it’s been noted that the actress’ face appears to have been tightened, significantly reducing the appearance of wrinkles.
In an interview though, she admitted to being into microdermabrasion. It involves a minimally invasive procedure that rejuvenates one’s entire skin tone and texture. She also added that drinking plenty of water helps her to maintain her youthful glow. Other than microdermabrasion, Lawrence hasn’t shared anything about her undergoing other cosmetic procedures. Instead, she credits her clean diet plan and active lifestyle to helping her look young and in top shape.