Teri Polo was born on June 1, 1969 in Dover, Delaware. At age 5, she started her ballet training. She then attended New York’s School of American Ballet at age 13. By the time she was 17, she had already relocated to New York to become an actress. She initially began her acting career in the mid ’80s. Her first significant role was on the TV show TV 101.
During the ’90s, she first starred on the show Northern Exposure. She went on to have notable roles on the shows Brimstone, Felicity and Sports Night. In 2000, she got mainstream recognition thanks to her role as Pam in the film Meet the Parents. It became a blockbuster hit, spawning the sequels Meet the Fockers and Little Fockers. In the 2010s, she had roles in the movies Authors Anonymous and Outlaws and Angels. On television, she’s also played remarkable parts on The West Wing and now stars on The Fosters.
Has Teri Polo had Plastic Surgery?
The 47-year-old actress may be nearing her 50s, but it doesn’t seem to be the case. Looking at her, it appears Polo still has what it takes to be with 20-year-old’s without feeling insecure. Those who have followed her career since the ’90s could say that the actress seems to be aging well. On the other hand, her looking great for her age also sparks rumors that she may have had plastic surgery to hide the signs of getting older.
After all, the actress’ facial skin seems to be nearly flawless. She has lines and wrinkles on her face, but the appearances of these lines aren’t significant. That is why this prompted reports that there’s cosmetic procedure involved that reduced the manifestation of lines on her face. The actress, however, seems to choose to ignore such claims. Botox is also another possibility since this treatment is well-known among actresses in Hollywood who are in the crucial age of showing the signs of aging.