Virginia Madsen Plastic Surgery Before and After

Virginia Madsen was born on September 11, 1961. In 1983, she made her acting debut in the film Class. She next portrayed Princess Irulan in David Lynch’s film Dune. She went on to star in the movies Electric Dreams, Fire with Fire, and Modern Girls, among others. Apart from her work in the movies, she also acted on TV. She portrayed Claretta Petacci in the miniseries Mussolini: The Untold Story. During the 1990s, she became widely known for her role as Helen Lyle in the movie Candyman. She later had notable roles in the movies Ghosts of Mississippi, The Rainmaker, and The Haunting.

In the 2000s, she became widely known for her performance in the movie Sideways. For this, she was nominated for a Golden Globe and Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. She went on to star in the films Being Michael Madsen, Cutlass, The Astronaut Farmer, and The Haunting in Connecticut. Back on TV, she starred as Rebecca Sandstrom on the NBC series American Dreams from 2002 to 2003. In the 2010s, she gained recognition for some of her works on the small screen. This includes her roles as Penelope Gardiner in Witches of East End, Madeline Hawthorne in American Gothic, and Kimble Hookstraten in Designated Survivor. Meanwhile, she had her latest film performances in Burning Bodhi, Burn Your Maps, A Change of Heart, and Her Smell.

Has Virginia Madsen had Plastic Surgery?

Already nearing her 60s, the actress said she hasn’t done any plastic surgery — at least not yet. While she doesn’t judge those who decide to undergo cosmetic procedures, her need for it hasn’t come yet. “Someone was criticizing an actress for using Botox, and said to me, ‘You would never do that. I cant criticize other actresses—its just so hard for any of us to get work—so I replied, ‘Well, I do. Then Allergan asked me to be a spokesperson,” said Madsen. When asked if she’d get one. She said: “I’m not there yet. I like to look like me. I’m not freaked out by my age or lines. But ask me again in 10 years!”

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