Morgan Fairchild was born on February 3, 1950. She debuted as Faye Dunaway’s double in the 1967 film Bonnie and Clyde. In the ’70s, she first starred as Jennifer Pace in the soap opera Search for Tomorrow. She also starred in some TV movies. The following decade, she had performances in the films The Seduction, Pee-wee’s Big Adventure, Red Headed Stranger, Campus Man, Sleeping Beauty, and Deadly Illusion. At the same time, she starred as Constance Weldon Semple Carlyle in the soap opera Flamingo Road. After this, she played Jordan Roberts in the CBS soap opera, Falcon Crest.
Later, her guest role in the sitcom Murphy Brown earned her a Primetime Emmy nomination for Outstanding Guest Actress. During the 1990s, she had guest roles in Roseanne, Cybill, and Friends. She also starred as Sydney Chase in the short-lived series The City. She continued her TV career in the 2000s, starring as Sophia Blakely in the soap opera Fashion House, as well as recurring parts in The Bold and the Beautiful and Chuck. She also had film roles during this period, which include credits in the movies Arizona Summer, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, and The Slammin’ Salmon. She recently starred as Angelica Deveraux in the soap opera Days of Our Lives.
Has Morgan Fairchild had Plastic Surgery?
It doesn’t look like soap opera star Morgan Fairchild would be getting the ‘graceful ageing’ award anytime soon. Nearing her 70s, the actress has since been plagued with plastic surgery rumors. Some plastic surgeons have also commented that the actress “has definitely overdone the fillers”. In her latest TV work on Days of Our Lives, observers have also noticed the difference, saying her face looks unnatural. Throughout the years, Fairchild has had her fair share of plastic surgery rumors, including a nose job, facelift, and even a boob job. Nonetheless, she has never confirmed nor denied any of these reports.