Sela Ann Ward was born on July 11, 1956 in Meridian, Mississippi. She studied at the University of Alabama where she was homecoming queen and one of the Crimson Tide cheerleaders. She majored in art and advertising. She first worked as a storyboard artist in New York City before eventually becoming a model.
She made her film debut in 1983’s The Man Who Loved Women while her first TV role was in Emerald Point N.A.S. She gained wider recognition in 1986’s Nothing in Common and received critical acclaim for her role as Teddy Reed in Sisters, winning her an Emmy Award for Best Actress.
Has Sela Ward had Plastic Surgery?
Sela Ward is two years shy of 60 and yet many consider her as one of the actresses in Hollywood who’s aging gracefully along with the likes of Jane Seymour and Catherine Keener. But this doesn’t mean that the actress hasn’t tried anti-aging treatments, because there are reports saying that she has resorted to cosmetic enhancements to eliminate signs of growing older. Though it’s never believed that Ward has turned to drastic measures such as undergoing an invasive procedure, getting treatments such as Botox doesn’t really imply graceful aging.
The actress once said how she disliked having an unpleasant look, saying: “When you start to look so much more tired than you feel, I don’t like that.” Though there’s a possibility that she has tried Botox, Ward still seems to be cautious with her decisions regarding cosmetic remedies as she surely doesn’t want to end up in the “plastic surgery gone wrong” list. One can tell in the way she currently looks, she appears younger than her age but she also manages to look natural.