Connie Britton was born on March 6, 1967. Her approach towards films has always been different. One reason for this might be the fact that she was associated with theatre from a very young age. Instead of looking for commercial box office hits, she started off her career with Edward Burns independent films like The Brothers McMullen (1995) and No Looking Back (1998).
She went on to work in films like Spin City (1996), The Next Big Thing (2001), Looking for Kitty (2004) and One Eyed Kin (2001). Meanwhile Connie also became a popular face on TV with projects like Lost At Home (2003), Friday Night Lights (2004) The Fighting Fitzgeralds (2001), The West Wing (1999) and Nashville (2012).
Apart from winning an award for Best Actress in a Series, Drama for Friday Nights Lights, Connie has been nominated 15 times for various Awards because of her outstanding performances in films and TV.
Connie Britton’s is one of those rare cases where an actress decides not to go for any sort of plastic surgery in order to alter her natural looks. Even in her late 40s, Britton remains to look as attractive as ever.
The reason for this is not her unfading good looks but the fact that she has learned to age gracefully over the years. She remains to be a fine example of natural beauty and age hasn’t made her a bit insecure.
She looks like any normal woman would be while entering in her 50s. Experts too cannot trace any signs of cosmetic procedures on Connie’s face.
The actress’s dislike for the idea of plastic surgeries can be understood from the incident where she denied doing a scene in Nashville where her character was supposed to stare at her face in the mirror and pull it back aggressively to see what she would look like with a facelift.
Earlier also Connie deliberately resisted speaking lines which voiced her character’s fears about being old. She feels uncomfortable with the idea of self doubt which leads to plastic surgery.
The whole idea of going for plastic surgery in order to meet Hollywood standards seems disempowering to her.