Helen McCrory Plastic Surgery Before and After

Helen McCrory was born on 17 August 1968. She got her acting training from the Drama Centre in London. She made her film debut with a small role in 1994’s Interview with the Vampire. It was followed by the films Uncovered and Dad Savage. Her career became more prolific the following decade. During this period, she had roles in the movies Hotel Splendide, Charlotte Gray, and The Count of Monte Cristo. She later had supporting roles in the features The Queen and Becoming Jane.

also became known for her portrayal of Narcissa Malfoy in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and its sequels Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2. Following this, she had notable performances in the movies Hugo, Skyfall, A Little Chaos, Bill, Their Finest, and Loving Vincent. On television, she played Rose Fitzgerald on North Square, Rose Davies on The Jury, Dr. Victoria Frankenstein in the TV movie Frankenstein, and Aunt Polly / Polly Gray in Peaky Blinders.

Has Helen McCrory had Plastic Surgery?

The 50-year-old actress refuses to resort to plastic surgery even as she grows older. In an interview with the Daily Mail, she was noted for saying: “As I’ve got older, I feel more confident in my body, so wouldn’t want to tamper with it.” The actress doesn’t feel the need to interfere with her body’s natural process of aging. She went on to say: “Recently I was looking at myself in a scene of a film and thought: ‘My God — I’m the only one without Botox in that shot!’ You need to be able to face getting older.”

Other observers, however, don’t buy it. Some reports said that the English actress has had obviously some work done, which is why her face looks so tight. Her cheeks look puffy and even her lips look like they’ve been inflated. So, did she have plastic surgery or is it all about her clean lifestyle that gives her a youthful glow?

Helen McCrory

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