Tricia Helfer was born on April 11, 1974. When she was 17, she was spotted by a talent scout at a movie theater. This led her to begin a modeling career. She then won the Ford Models’ Supermodel of the World in 1992. A decade later, she retired from modeling. She next moved to Los Angeles to become an actress. Her first significant role was as Number Six in the 2003 miniseries Battlestar Galactica.
She reprised her role in the television series Battlestar Galactica, playing the said role from 2003 to 2009. At the same time, she also had a recurring role in Burn Notice. She continued her prolific television career in the 2010s. During this period, she appeared as Alex Clark in The Firm. She next starred as The Grid in Tron: Uprising. Afterwards, she was the lead in the short-lived series Killer Women. As of 2016, she plays the role of Charlotte Richards in the TV series Lucifer.
Has Tricia Helfer had Plastic Surgery?
The 43-year-old actress stays radiant and youthful despite her busy career. Looking at her, it’s obvious she looks younger than her actual age. Due to her amazing appearance, some observers can’t help but wonder if her looks are something caused by cosmetic enhancements, or is she just aging naturally and fabulously. It is common for celebrities to credit their clean lifestyle for their refreshing looks. While there’s surely a hint of truth in that since fitness and diet fads are also prevalent in Hollywood, there’s also one factor that many stars in the acting industry get themselves into and that’s plastic surgery.
Some celebrities admit to going through such procedures and some don’t. So, what’s the deal with Tricia Helfer? Does she get her youthful looks by just eating healthy and working out regularly, or is there something more? Surely, the actress gets herself minor cosmetic remedies such as lasers and other treatments for the skin, but what about the invasive ones? Or what about Botox? So far the actress hasn’t spoken about her involvement with plastic surgery. The only surgery she had gone through was a back and neck surgery, but that was for medical purposes.