Lake Bell was born on March 24, 1979. She attended Rose Bruford College in London. It was there that she became active on stage productions. In 2002, she made her television debut in 2 episodes of ER. At the same time, she made her big screen debut in the movie Speakeasy. She got her first regular role on the TV series Miss Match. She next portrayed Sally Heep on The Practice. She went on to reprise the same role on Boston Legal.
She next had a main part on Surface and Childrens Hospital. She played the role of Dr. Cat Black on Childrens Hospital from 2008 to 2016. She continued her active small screen career in the 2010s. First was on How to Make It in America, which aired on HBO. In 2015, she starred as Donna on Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp. She’s also a writer and director who was noticed for her film Worst Enemy. Additionally, she had roles in the films Man Up and No Escape.
Has Lake Bell had Plastic Surgery?
The 37-year-old actress has since become a household name since starting her career on television. It’s also amazing how aging and motherhood seem to suit her very well. Looking at her, Bell looks more ravishing than ever. Nearing her 40s, she still lands amazing roles on television and film. She even dares to begin other ventures in Hollywood like writing and directing. She’s also a strong believer of natural beauty. Being in Hollywood, she’s aware that some of her contemporaries do plastic surgery. The actress, however, wants to age gracefully. In an interview, she said: “Look, I feel like plastic surgery and alterations is kind of a part of our industry in some ways. I’m not for it but I think that there is a way to do it if you absolutely must because you are just being so hard on yourself.”
She even said that when casting for projects, there are times that she couldn’t cast some young actresses because they’ve done too much Botox on their faces that they don’t look real anymore. And Lake Bell wants someone who is “real”. Also, she shared how she admires the women in her family like her mother and grandmother. Her mom and grandma had never done anything to alter their face and she believes they’re beautiful. This serves as an inspiration for her to age gracefully. She also stated that although she doesn’t believe in plastic surgery, she also doesn’t judge people who choose to do it.