Roma Downey was born on May 6, 1960. She attended Brighton University where she studied art and drama. She later further her training by attending Drama Studio London where she performed on plays. In 1988, she made her television debut on the soap opera One Life to Live. She next starred as Danielle St. Clair on the TV film The 100 Lives of Black Jack Savage.
From 1994 to 2003, she gained mainstream prominence for starring as Monica on the TV series Touched by an Angel. Simultaneously, she starred on several TV movies. This includes Borrowed Hearts, A Secret Life, The Test of Love, and The Sons of Mistletoe. Afterwards, she appeared in three episodes of The Division. She’s also known as the producer of the History Channel miniseries The Bible.
Has Roma Downey had Plastic Surgery?
The 57-year-old actress is rumored to have undergone plastic surgery. This is because despite nearing her 60s, Downey seems to manage to stay youthful. In Hollywood, it is not a secret that aging is often remedied by going to a plastic surgeon. Could this be the case with the actress? Some rumors said that Downey could have had face lift, and even a neck lift, too. Mostly, the skin on the neck starts to sag with age. But since the actress’ neck appears to be still firm, there’s a chance some cosmetic work had been done to reverse the signs of aging.
According to reports, it is also possible she’s had eyelid surgery. And judging from the youthfulness of her face, it is probable that the actress-producer goes through laser treatments, Botox, and fillers. With all these cosmetic procedures, it’s not a problem to appear younger again despite your age. Good thing is that Downey’s plastic surgery, if ever she’s had one, doesn’t seem to be overdone. The effects on her face are somehow a bit subtle.