Angela Kinsey was born on 25 June 1971 in Lafayette, Louisiana, United States. She first voiced the role of Angela in the animated series King of the Hill back in the 1990s. After a couple of one-time roles on television, she attained success for her role as Angela Martin in the sitcom The Office. The series ultimately became successful and aired on NBC for nine seasons. This paved the way for her to start a film career as well. Her first role was a small one in the romantic comedy film License to Wed. She next appeared in the movie Tripping Forward.
During this period, she also reprised her role as Angela Martin in various The Office web spin-offs. Also, she played Arlene Boras in 2 episodes of Monk, as well as guest-starred in an episode of Wilfred. Afterward, she appeared in 3 episodes of Hollywood Game Night and played recurring character Rose in New Girl. Also in the 2010s, Kinsey landed many roles on the big screen. This includes Furry Vengeance, Struck by Lightning, Laid in America, and Slash. She then joined the main cast of the Hulu series The Hotwives of Orlando as Crystal. She went on to have regular roles in the short-lived shows Your Family or Mine and Haters Back Off. More recently, she guest-starred in Miracle Workers. She also played a supporting role in the Netflix film Tall Girl.
Has Angela Kinsey had Plastic Surgery?
It’s been more than a decade since TV audiences have been introduced to Kinsey’s Angela Martin in The Office. Now in her late 40s, could be there any changes to her physical appearance? Actually, the comedic actress effectively maintains her vibrant look with a clean diet and an active lifestyle. As for plastic surgery? It doesn’t seem like she’s had any. She’s definitely getting older as wrinkles and lines appear visibly on her face. Nonetheless, the actress looks refreshingly young because of her good health. However, while she may have zero experience in the invasive surgery department, it’s also possible the actress receives some minor cosmetic enhancements like lasers, fillers, and maybe even Botox.