Joan Allen was born on August 20, 1956. She made her screen debut in the 1983 television movie Say Goodnight, Gracie. Two years later, she made her first film appearance in Compromising Positions. In 1986, she became recognized for her supporting roles in Manhunter and Peggy Sue Got Married. Around the same time, she also became active on Broadway. While performing on Broadway, she was also prolific on the screen.
However, it was in the ’90s that she became more famous as an actress. Her portrayal of Pat Nixon in the biographical film Nixon earned her acclaim. For this, received her first Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. She was nominated for the same award for her supporting role in The Crucible. She has since starred in The Ice Storm, Face/Off, and Pleasantville. Her role in the movie The Contender nominated her for Best Actress at the Oscars. In the 2000s, she’s widely known for playing Pamela Landy in The Bourne Supremacy and its sequels. She recently played a supporting role in Room.
Has Joan Allen had Plastic Surgery?
Critically acclaimed actress is already in her 60s, but this doesn’t stop her from playing notable roles on both television and film. She’s still active as an actress and her value as a great performer is not diminished by her age, which sadly is what happens to other actresses. As Allen spent decades of her life in Hollywood, it was easy for some observers to detect notable changes on her physically. It is no secret that aging actresses and actors sometimes resort to plastic surgery to revive their youthful glow.
It seems to be the case with Allen’s case, at least that’s what some people think. This claims were fueled by the fact that the actress’ face looks tight than it should be, prompting rumors of a facelift. Her face also appears to be shiny, especially her forehead, strong signs of a cosmetic procedure. Some would say this is just Botox, however some would insist this was something more invasive, like a facelift. However, it’s tricky to confirm this as the actress can still act very well. The expressions on her face remain like that of a great actress.