Sally Field is stunning as ever even in her sixties. This year, the actress starred in the Dramedy ‘Hello, My Name Is Doris’ which was premiered on March 14 in Austin. The movie earned a standing ovation in the premiere, and had multiple distributors bidding for it. Some names include Starz, Roadside Attractions with Sony Pictures, and the new player The Orchard. The Oscar-winning actress played a role of a worker who’s obsessed with a younger colleague. Besides her stunning performances in film industry, appearances are important. At some point she admitted to have been considering plastic surgery. Rumor has it that Sally Field plastic surgery involves laser treatment, Botox injections, and neck lift.
Sally field plastic surgery and her great achievements through years of her career
Sally field bio in movie industry started with her role as a surfer girl in Gidget, a sitcom in 1965. The show was followed by The Flying Nun in 1967. The roles she played years after that was typical. She broke through her typecast with starring in Sybil, a movie about multiple personality disorder. Her performance as a troubled, afflicted woman in the movie landed her an Emmy Award in 1977. The actress has won two Academy Awards for her performance in Norma Rae (1979) and in Places in the Heart (1984). In the 90s, she starred as supporting role in various high-grossing movies such as Forrest Gump, Mrs. Doubtfire, and Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde. If proven true, Sally Field plastic surgery had helped her maintain her look, as well as giving a boost of confidence through the cut-throat competition in movie industry.
Sally Field net worth is estimated to be around $55 million. Still prominent even in her sixties, Sally totally does not show any sign of slowing down. After nominated for Best Supporting Role in 2012’s Oscar for her portrayal in Lincoln, the actress also would co-host TCM this year. Sally Field plastic surgery or not, the talented actress has proven her worth with her great achievements and contribution towards film industry.