Did Gillian Anderson have Plastic Surgery?

Gillian Anderson is best known for her role as Agent Scully in the hit sci-fi series ‘The X Files’. These days she has left the bright lights of Hollywood behind and spends much of her time living and working in the UK. Her look has changed quite a bit over the years, from being smart and sexy, to mumsy and dowdy and back to bombshell again. There are many people who believe that the main changes in her appearance are down to her having had plastic surgery, something which she has always denied.

Did Gillian Anderson have Plastic Surgery?

When she was filming ‘The X Files’ she was fairly plump of face with softly rounded features. These days her face is much narrower and her features much sharper. It could be that this change in the shape of her face has nothing to do with a surgeon’s blade, instead it may be that she has simply shed the ‘puppy fat’ which filled out her cheeks in those early years. In fact if you take a close look at her face you will notice that it is not smooth and wrinkle free like that of other actresses. Her face still wrinkles up when she smiles and she has all of the usual laughter lines in all of the right places.

Before and After:

None of her features look tight, as though the skin has been pulled upwards in any kind of lifting procedure. She does however look as though she has lost a considerable amount of weight, which could account for her face looking narrower that we were used to seeing. Neither do her lips appear to have been plumped out with collagen injections. It would appear that Gillian Anderson is one Hollywood actress that has so far managed to avoid the scalpel, though for how long no one can say.

Before and After pictures:

Gillian Anderson picture from 2013 (via Wikipedia) + Another picture from 2013 (via Imdb)

Gillian Anderson picture from 2012 (via Imdb)

Gillian Anderson picture from 2004 (via Wikipedia)

Gillian Anderson picture from 2002 (via Imdb)

Did Gillian Anderson have Plastic Surgery?

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