Annie Wersching Plastic Surgery Before and After

Annie Wersching was born on March 28, 1977. She attended Millikin University where she finished a degree in musical theater. She made her TV debut in 2002. During her initial years she made guest roles on Star Trek: Enterprise, Birds of Prey and Frasier among others. She made her big screen debut as a minor character in Bruce Almighty. She continued making guest roles on such TV shows as Charmed and Out of Practice.

After guest appearances on Boston Legal, Cold Case and Supernatural, she landed the role of Amelia Joffe on General Hospital. This marked her first significant role on the small screen. She gained wider prominence as Renee Walker on the hit series 24. In the 2010s, she returned to making guest appearances on TV. She then joined the main cast of Bosch in its first season. She also had a recurring character on The Vampire Diaries as Lily Salvatore.

Has Annie Wersching had Plastic Surgery?

The actress is only a year shy of 40 and she has never looked so good. Best known for her roles on General Hospital, 24 and most recently Bosch, Wersching has made herself recognizable among TV audiences. Speaking of audiences, observers have started to notice the actress’ changing appearance. According to some claims, the actress may have Botox on her face since she looks flawless. Her forehead is also shiny, which for some, is a sign of a cosmetic enhancement.

This is not surprising considering that many actresses who are reaching the crucial age choose to have minor procedures like Botox to lessen wrinkles and fine lines. Some even opt to have a facelift for a more permanent result. As for the former 24 actress, it may seem hard to determine. While her face looks flawless, the expressions on her face are not limited. She may have Botox or other kinds of treatments, but the effects on her as amazing and subtle at the same time. Or she could just be practicing a healthy lifestyle by eating healthy.


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