Jane Seymour is an English actress best known to American audiences for her role as the eponymously-named Dr. Quinn on the television show Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Seymour is also notable for her success on the big screen, appearing in such high-profile films as Live And Let Die (1973), War and Remembrance (1988) and Wedding Crashers (2005). Seymour has earned an Emmy Award, two Golden Globe Awards and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Seymour has been married four times, most recently to American actor James Keach, brother to fellow actor Stacy Keach. Seymour is a celebrity ambassador for Childhelp, a national non-profit organisation dedicated to helping victims of child abuse and neglect.
Jane Seymour: Plastic Surgery
Seymour has admitted to getting breast implants after landing a topless role in the 2005 comedy "Wedding Crashers". The pressure of having a nude scene with an actor who is nearly 20 years her junior led her to have a small breast augmentation so that the plastic surgery would not make her boobs look screamingly fake. Seymour says that her breast implants were so small, that she had to have them custom-made. Seymour also credits her tasteful breast implants for replacing what "the kids ate" after breastfeeding.
"I’ve never said I won’t. But until I see a full facelift that doesn’t look like one, or Botox or cheekbone implants that look natural, I doubt I’ll be interested."
Jane Seymour may still look great at a bikini at the age of 62, but her great body doesn’t come easily. In a recent interview, Jane shared that along with a little plastic surgery, her body is also the result of really hard work. Franklin and Bash star Jane Seymour has openly admitted to undergoing plastic surgery, a breast implant procedure to replace “what the kids ate.” However, that doesn’t mean that she is ready to anything and everything to stay looking good. And Botox is definitely off the table...
Read the full article on Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News Blog. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Jane Seymour Denounces Botox, Raves About Boob Job
Not all actresses admit to plastic surgery, but Jane Seymour is one of the few who has been very open about her procedures. However, that doesn’t mean she’ll be getting Botox any time soon.
61-year old Jane Seymour says that she is proud of her wrinkles, but that doesn’t mean she’s not willing to go under the knife—she’s just not rushing out for Botox.
“I’m proud of my wrinkles,” Seymour was quoted by Daily Mail. “They give my face character. As an actress, you mess with that at your peril. I think the good thing about my face is it has always been expressive. With Botox that goes – not what you want as an actress.”
Read the full article on Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News Blog. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Jane Seymour Admits To Boob Job, Denies Using Botox To Fight Wrinkles
Is Jane Seymour’s Plastic Surgery Hereditary?
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British actress Jane Seymour’s 26-year old daughter Katie looks like she could be a sister of her 57-year old mother. So Make Me Heal wants to know if Katie will inherit more than just her mother’s natural beauty, and inherit her mom’s plastic surgery penchant as well.
Jane famously got breast implants which she displayed proudly for her topless scene in the comedy film Wedding Crashers (read the full story on Jane Seymour’s Breast Implants). But she got small ones, so that they wouldn’t seem too out of place on her thin frame. “My plastic surgeon had to special order them,” says Seymour. There are conflicting reports as to whether Seymour got her implants ten years ago, or right before the film Wedding Crashers.
Jane Seymour also admitted to having a blepharoplasty (eyelid surgery), telling People magazine, “Genetically I had baggy eyes, and photographers said they didn’t want to spend money endlessly having to eradicate the bags.” If the bags are genetic, it likely means there is an eyelid surgery in young Katie’s future as well.
Jane has also admitted to using Botox and considering liposuction.
But for now, the 57-year old actress isn’t interested in having any more work done. “I’ve never said I won’t,” the Daily Mail quoted her as saying. “But until I see a full facelift that doesn’t look like one, or Botox or cheekbone implants that look natural, I doubt I’ll be interested.”
While Jane looks great and nowhere near her age, her daughter Katie looks much more mature than 26, and Make Me Heal won’t be surprised to Katie Seymour go under the knife for breast implants and facial rejuvenation, just like her mother did.
Jane Seymour Got Breast Implants For Wedding Crashers
The following article is reprinted from Make Me Heal 's Celebrity Plastic Surgery News. The article, along with photos can be found at the following link: Jane Seymour Got Breast Implants For Wedding Crashers.
Actress Jane Seymour, known for her role in “Dancing With The Stars” and her prudish performances in the TV show “Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman” shocked audiences with a scene-stealing topless scene in the 2005 comedy “Wedding Crashers”. But seeing the 56-year-old actress flashing her breasts and getting fondled by Owen Wilson on screen was not the only shocker, as Make Me Heal’s team who watched the film had always maintained that her breasts appeared far too perky to be real. Truth be told, the former Bond Girl is finally admitting to having gotten breast implants after years of denying it, and more precisely, she got them right after landing the topless part in the film. Moreover, it appears she had a few other cosmetic surgery enhancements along the way as well.
Seymour says that she never thought she would succumb to plastic surgery, but after getting the part of a middle-aged society lady with an insatiable sexual appetite, she could not pass up the opportunity to have this funny role.
“When I first read it I thought 'gosh, there's no way I can do this. But then I thought, reading it again, this is just too good and there has to be a way of doing this (...) so I found a way of doing it that I feel really comfortable with," said Seymour a few years ago when interviewed about getting the part of the seductress in the blockbuster comedy.
Seymour definitely found a way to not only nail the part but also to look the part with a small breast augmentation. The pressure of having a nude scene with an actor who is nearly 20 years her junior led her to have a small breast augmentation. Seymour elected to have small breast implants so that the plastic surgery would not make her boobs look screamingly fake. Seymour says that her breast implants were so small, that she had to have them custom-made.
"My plastic surgeon had to special order them," says Seymour.
Seymour has had mixed feelings about her decision to undergo breast augmentation just for a movie role. Speaking about her decision, Seymour says “It was very sad”, but she felt the need to do it in order to look the part in the movie.
Seymour’s breast augmentation would normally not have made a bleep on the plastic surgery radar had her breasts not been so upright and perky in Wedding Crashers. Being that the breast size enhancement was so subtle in Seymour’s case, one could easily have overlooked the boob job. But in light of Seymour’s age, gravity would have normally caused her breasts to descend downward and sag. The absence of sagging in her breasts immediately rang the alarm for Make Me Heal on her boob job.
Seymour also admitted to getting a blepharoplasty (eye lift) over a decade ago to get rid of her eye bags and Botox injections a few years ago. “Genetically I had baggy eyes, and photographers said they didn’t want to spend money endlessly having to eradicate the bags,” says Seymour in a just released interview with People Magazine.
Seymour has no plans to go under the knife in the near future and has dismissed plastic surgery for now, or until she sees results that appear more natural. So while she does not rule out the possibility of more plastic surgery, Seymour says she is turned off by the “artificial” look of the results and would not consider surgery seriously until she feels aesthetic medicine comes of age and look more natural.
“I've never said I won't," the Daily Mail recently quoted her as saying. "But until I see a full facelift that doesn't look like one, or Botox or cheekbone implants that look natural, I doubt I'll be interested."
Seymour also says she’s had no work on her face, including no facelift. “I haven’t had a facelift. This is what a 56 year old woman looks like - with wrinkles,” she says.
While it is true that it is easy to tell some celebrities who had work done because of the exaggerated amount of work they had done, there are many normal people who get plastic surgery in moderation and whose results are extremely natural and one would not know they had gone under the knife. A quick look at the many plastic surgery pictures submitted by people who frequent Make Me Heal shows that plastic surgery can definitively look very natural without the beholder ever knowing that the person had surgery.
Whatever Jane Seymour is doing to look so great, she should keep on doing as she looks over a decade younger than her true age. One young staffer at Make Me Heal who watches Dancing With The Stars religiously expressed shock at reading that Seymour was 56, as the staffer thought she was in her late 30's.