Dana Delany Plastic Surgery Before and After

Born on March 13, 1956, Hollywood actress Dana Delany has successfully built her career on television. It started in the 1970s when she debuted as Amy Russell in the CBS soap opera Love of Life. On the big screen, she started appearing as an extra. Her first credited role was in the 1984 film Almost You. She next had appearances in the movies Where the River Runs Black, Masquerade, Patty Hearst, and Moon over Parador. She later gained mainstream prominence for starring as Colleen McMurphy in the television series China Beach, which she starred in from 1988 to 1991. In the early 1990s, she mostly had roles in TV films.

She also portrayed Josephine Marcus in the movie Tombstone. She was the voice of Lois Lane in the animated series Superman: The Animated Series from 1996 to 2000. Following this, she starred as Catherine McAllister in the short-lived show Pasadena. She next played Dr. Rae Brennan in Presidio Med, another short-lived program. In 2006, she starred as Ellie Cain in the NBC series Kidnapped. The following year, she cemented her success on television for her role as Katherine Mayfair in Desperate Housewives. She was part of the show’s main cast from 2007 to 2012. Afterward, she starred as Dr. Megan Hunt in the ABC series Body of Proof and Crystal Harris in the Amazon series Hand of God. She currently plays Colonel Glenn Turnbull in the CBS show The Code.

Has Dana Delany had Plastic Surgery?

The TV star hasn’t tried any invasive surgery like a facelift or a nose job, but she admits to having tried Botox and fillers. However, it would seem that the actress didn’t like the results and ended up getting scared to do it again. “[My dermatologist] injected my forehead, hit a nerve and created a huge hematoma,” said Delany.

“The nerve has been dead ever since. It affected the muscle in my right eye, so my eye has started to droop a little bit. I notice it more than anybody else, but I was symmetrical before and now I am not,” she continued. Not only did she not like the results, it actually did more harm than good.

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