Kelly Rowan was born on October 26, 1965. In 1984, she started her acting career, debuting on the TV show Hangin’ In. Her next role was in the TV film The Truth About Alex. Soon after, she made her cinematic debut in the 1987 feature film The Gate. In the 1990s, she first appeared in Steven Spielberg’s film Hook. She later landed the role of Annie in 1995’s Candyman: Farewell to the Flesh. Ultimately, she gained recognition for her supporting role as Jennifer in the action film Assassins. Her next roles were in the films One Eight Seven and Proximity.
Back on television, she mostly started with one-time roles on TV shows, as well as supporting roles on TV movies. Her first recurring role was as Dana in 3 episodes of Dallas. She later landed the role of Mattie Shaw on the TV series Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years. She had performances in a couple of TV films afterward. After appearing as Marian McNorris in 4 episodes of the show Boomtown, she gained mainstream prominence for her role as Kirsten Cohen on the popular series The O.C. She starred on the show during its entire run from 2003 to 2007. Following this, she guest-starred on CSI: Miami and Flashpoint. From 2012 to 2015, she starred as Natalie Vincent on the TNT show Perception. Her latest role was on the 2016 TV movie Tulips in Spring.
Has Kelly Rowan had Plastic Surgery?
Already in her 50s, Kelly Rowan tries her best to delay the aging process, particularly when it comes to her face. According to her, she has a great facialist that she comes to on a regular basis. When she’s not working, she doesn’t wear much make-up to allow her skin to breathe. Nonetheless, her experiencing the effects of aging doesn’t make plastic surgery an option for her. “It’s weird to think about altering yourself, because you can’t go back. It looks a little strange, too,” said the actress. And this is why I think that just doing preventative things like eating properly and taking care of your skin and having the facials and that kind of thing, that’s all you can do. At the end of the day, you can’t beat it. We’re all going to get older.”