Glenn Close was born on March 19, 1947 in Greenwich, Connecticut, United States. She started her professional stage career in 1974 with Love for Love and continued performing onstage throughout the 1970s and the early 1980s, including in the 1983 Broadway production of The Real Thing, for which she received a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. In 1982, she made her film debut in The World According to Garp.
In the late 1980s, she gained further fame for her roles in Fatal Attraction and Dangerous Liaisons, both gaining her Academy Award nominations for Best Actress. She has since starred in the films Hamlet, 101 Dalmatians, Paradise Road, Air Force One, Nine Lives, Albert Nobbs and many others. On television, she is best known for playing Patty Hewes in Damages from 2007 to 2012.
Has Glenn Close had Plastic Surgery?
68-year-old Glenn Close is widely known for her topnotch acting, that is why throughout her acting career, she has won three Emmy Awards, three Tony Awards, and earned six Academy Award nominations. Getting older in the acting industry is surely not easy. There are pressures when it comes to how you look and these standards force some celebrities (especially the ageing ones) to go under the knife to give their careers a boost. But not Glenn Close.
The veteran actress has pretty much relied on her acting chops to land remarkable roles and is a perfect example of ageing gracefully. However, some plastic surgeons noted that though she hasn’t had any invasive surgeries, it is likely that she’s had minor cosmetic enhancements like Botox and fillers to keep her face radiant despite her age. Miami-based plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer said: “Glenn Close looks great and very natural. She doesn’t appear to have had much cosmetic work done. She most likely uses Botox and fillers to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.”