Helena Bonham Carter Thinks Aging is Underrated

26
Jan
2011

helena bonham carter plastic surgeryBritish actress Helena Bonham Carter recently revealed that she will never have plastic surgery, as she feels that it would negatively affect her acting career. Helena is 44 years old and has enjoyed a successful acting career that started in the early 80’s.

According to Helena:

You have two choices. You can have the work done and look weirder, or have nothing done and look older. I think the only way I’ll continue to get work is if I don’t get anything done…I can still move all my face muscles! There aren’t many who can still do that. Age is underrated. I think what’s happening is that directors and the studios want actresses who have natural looks, who haven’t had any work done“.

Helena plans on aging gracefully and hopes to follow in the footsteps of actress Judi Dench, who has maintained a successful acting career while aging naturally.

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5 Comments

  • avatar me says:

    Good for her. She is so naturally stunning and i’ve always thought she’s a really talented actress. And I love the way she dresses, almost like she’s saying “F*** You” to the fashion critics, and does it on purpose.

  • avatar From Tokyo says:

    Thank goodness she has a director boyfriend. But good on her, seriously. I think she’s crazy in a good way. She’s a great actress!

  • avatar morgana says:

    i love her!!!she is amazing…

  • avatar HBC fan says:

    Helena Bonham Carter is amazing. She’s more beautiful now in her mid forties than when the full flush of youth was on her brow 20 years ago. And she sings! If you haven’t seen Sweeney Todd the Demon Barber of Fleet Street, you’re in for a real offbeat treat!

  • avatar david says:

    she is ridiculously attractive, any Dr that would change a thing should have his lic. pulled


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