Susan Sarandon was born on October 4, 1946. She started her professional acting career with the 1970 movie Joe. After this, she joined the cast of the soap opera A World Apart. She later starred in the film The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has since become a cult film. For her performance in the 1980 film Atlantic City, she earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. Other notable roles during this period were in The Hunger, The Witches of Eastwick, and Bull Durham.
During the ’90s, she delivered Academy Award-nominated performances in the films Thelma & Louise, Lorenzo’s Oil, and The Client. She ultimately won courtesy of her work in Dead Man Walking. She later gained further fame for her roles in Little Women and Stepmom. In the 2000s, she had remarkable performances in Enchanted and The Lovely Bones. In the 2010s, she starred in the feature films Tammy, The Meddler, and A Bad Moms Christmas. She also portrayed Bette Davis on FX’s anthology series Feud.
Has Susan Sarandon had Plastic Surgery?
The veteran actress is already in her 70s but we can all agree that she still looks incredible. Her secret? While many presume plastic surgery is involved, the award-winning performer said she hasn’t had any major cosmetic surgeries done. What she does is pretty simple and non-invasive.
“[My] emphasis is on being healthy … rather than what you inject or reconstruct. Beauty comes from inside — it has to do with what you take in,” said the actress. What she’s saying is that she takes care of herself through a healthy diet and overall healthy lifestyle and that manifests on her appearance.
As for Botox, she said: “I really need my face to move, so I’ve never been tempted to get Botox. I am not saying that at some point I wouldn’t mind my neck looking better, but I’m just so afraid of being unrecognizable, or to lose the shape of my eyes.”