For Jenny Agutter, British actress, plastic surgery is a part of Hollywood’s bias against aging in the industry.
60-year old Jenny Agutter spoke against plastic surgery in an interview a few years back. Jenny is best known for her role as Roberta in the film The Railway Children back in 1970.
“The thing about ageing is that you are looked at in a different way.” she said.
“You don’t realise this because if you’re like me you don’t feel old and you may not look in the mirror all the time so it comes as a bit of a shock.
“Women on television and in the entertainment business should be allowed to continue working in the same way as older men.”
Jenny didn’t agree with going under the knife or getting Botox to prolong one’s career, saying:
“Why have all that tightness and pretend to be different?” she asked.
“We have to stop that mind-set and remember that each age has something attractive about it.
“What we should be saying is ‘I am what I am and every line and wrinkle on my face makes me the person I am’.”
Jenny is looking good, even without plastic surgery.
Read the complete plastic surgery profile of Jenny Agutter on Plasticopedia, the largest celebrity plastic surgery encyclopedia.
Chat on Plastic Surgery Message Boards
Shop for Plastic Surgery & Beauty Products
SUBSCRIBE to our Celebrity Plastic Surgery Gossip Newsletter