Kellie Martin Plastic Surgery Before and After

Kellie Martin was born on October 16, 1975. In 1982, when she was around seven, she made her professional acting debut in an episode of Father Murphy. Her first recurring role was as Tracy Nash in The Hogan Family. In 1988, she got her first starring role as Daphne Blake in the series A Pup Named Scooby-Doo. She achieved further success on television as Rebecca ‘Becca’ Thacher in the show Life Goes On. At the same time, she starred as Molly Tazmanian Devil in the show Taz-Mani.

Simultaneously, she played Christy Huddleston, the lead role in the short-lived series Christy. The rest of the ’90s saw her star in many TV movies. From 1998 to 2000, she played the role of Lucy Knight in ER. In the most part of the 2000s, she worked in mostly television films. She also starred in the feature films Malibu’s Most Wanted and Open House. In the 2010s, she’s best known for her role as Army Captain Nicole Galassini in Army Wives. Her latest role is as Officer Kimberly Leahy in the new show The Guest Book.

Has Kellie Martin had Plastic Surgery?

The actress has been in the world of acting for so long. Those who have followed her career throughout the years would also notice that she’s aging gracefully. Despite being in her 40s, it is apparent that she looks younger than her actual age. For this reason, some observers wonder if the Life Goes On actress has had plastic surgery at some point during her later life to maintain her youthful look.

As we all know, plastic surgery is not unusual, especially in Hollywood where even young celebrities undergo cosmetic procedures to enhance their appearances. Cosmetic enhancements such as Botox seem to be the trend, particularly for aging celebrities as means of getting rid of their wrinkles and fine lines. Could this be the case with Kellie Martin? Looking at her right now, it cannot be denied that her face is flawless with no major lines.

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