Samantha Bond Plastic Surgery Before and After

Samantha Bond was born on 27 November 1961. She is best known for her role as Miss Moneypenny in four James Bond films during the 1990s and early 2000s. Prior to this, she first starred in the British series Mansfield Park in the 1980s. She later starred in the television series Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple in 1985. Later in 1989, Bond made her cinematic debut in the film Erik the Viking. She also starred in the TV shows The Ginger Tree and Emma. In 1995, she first played Miss Moneypenny in GoldenEye.

She has since reprised her role in the sequels starring Pierce Brosnan, in Tomorrow Never Dies, The World Is Not Enough, and Die Another Day. The rest of the 2000s also saw her star in the movies Blinded, Yes, Strings, and A Bunch of Amateurs. On television, she portrayed Mrs Wormwood in The Sarah Jane Adventures and Auntie Angela in Outnumbered. She also starred in the ITV show Distant Shores. In 2009, she portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in the drama documentary The Queen. From 2010 to 2015, she played recurring role Lady Rosamund Painswick in the popular British period drama Downton Abbey. After this, she starred as Frances Barden in the television program Home Fires. She played The Queen in the television movie The Queen and I.

Has Samantha Bond had Plastic Surgery?

At age 58, the James Bond actress appears to be opting to age gracefully. Samantha Bond, still active recently with her latest performances on film and television, prefers to look natural despite the temptations of plastic surgery. Cosmetic procedures are more rampant in Hollywood and Bond working mostly in the UK seems to be less vulnerable to the appeal of cosmetic enhancements.  She has definitely aged, far from her Miss Moneypenny days but the actress remains radiant. She’s also never talked about plastic surgery in any of her interviews.

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