Sienna Guillory was born on March 16, 1975. From age 2, she was an equestrian. Her entertainment career began in the ’90s as a model. Though she only worked as a model, so she could supporting her acting career. Her first TV role was on Riders in 1993. She then appeared on the miniseries The Buccaneers and Take a Girl Like You. In 2003, she became known for her portrayal of Helen on the miniseries Helen of Troy.
After playing a small role in the British romantic comedy film Love Actually, she gained mainstream fame as Jill Valentine in Resident Evil: Apocalypse. This was released in 2004. She has since reprised her role in the sequels Resident Evil: Afterlife and Resident Evil: Retribution. Other cinematic roles are in Silence Becomes You, Eragon, and The Big Bang. She also recently played notable roles on the TV shows Fortitude and Stan Lee’s Lucky Man.
Has Sienna Guillory had Plastic Surgery?
The former Resident Evil star Sienna Guillory is now in her 40s. Others would agree that she looks great for her age. Apparently, the actress takes care of herself very well with healthy eating and working out that she’s healthy and youthful at the same time. However, there are some reports claiming that the reason the actress looks great is because of cosmetic procedures. Generally, women in Hollywood who are in their 40s start showing signs of ageing that they resort to treatments like Botox. Some even go for much invasive ones like facelift.
As for Guillory’s case, it appears that her face looks younger than her actual age. Her facial skin is smooth and still appears to be firm. So, if she had something done, like Botox, the result was very subtle. Basically, she doesn’t show signs of someone who’s had cosmetic remedies. She looks naturally beautiful. Because she doesn’t possess obvious traces of a plastic surgeon’s handiwork, it is also possible that the actress has got the most amazing genes. This is possible after all. Good genes, accompanied with a healthy lifestyle, even someone in her 40s could look radiant and ravishing at the same time.