Marilu Henner is speculated to have undergone plastic surgery procedures, notably facelift and Botox injected into her forehead, thanks to her way too youthful looks and visibly absent wrinkles and crow’s feet and laugh lines.
Marilu Henner is an actress who has notably played the role of Elaine O’Connor Nardo in the ABC sitcom Taxi in 1977. She has earned five nominations for Golden Globe Award for her work in the sitcom. She is also a producer, radio host, singer, podcaster, and author.
In the 1980s and 1990s, she has remarkably done a lot of movies like Hammett, The Man Who Loved Women, Cannonball Run II, Johnny Dangerously, Rustlers’ Rhapsody, Ladykillers, L.A. Story, and Noises Off.
Marilu Henner made her screen debut in the 1977 comedy-drama film Between the Lines, six years after she got started in acting in 1971 when she appeared in the original production of the musical Grease.
Since then, she has been actively working. And since then, she looks the same, kind of. She looks young to be specific. Could it be plastic surgery or is it natural graceful aging?
Marilu Henner’s Plastic Surgery: Facelift and Botox!
It feels so good to sometimes just look back at the good old days and just be nostalgic about it. What we used to be like, what we used to feel and what we used to think, and sometimes, what we used to watch.
And sometimes while reflecting on how we have turned out and changed from our earlier days if you follow the pop culture closely, we do the same with the celebrities of yesteryear as well. We look at our favorite actors and singers and see how they have changed or aged or evolved.
One such person we are looking through nostalgic lenses and comparing them to the present is actress Marilu Henner (@therealmarilu). We will be mostly comparing the way she looked in the past and the way she looks now (the highly speculated plastic surgery).
It is so hard to believe that Taxi aired on ABC in 1978 and Marilu Henner made people laugh with her antiques as an aspiring artist in the role of Elaine Nardo 43 years ago because Marilu does not look her age.
The actress was born on April 6, 1952, which makes her 69 years old as of now. But does she look 69 has set off a whole other discussion about her looks!
She looked gorgeous then and she makes heads turn now. But she has this extremely youthful look going for her, which has led people to assume that she has taken the aid of plastic surgery to look young and fresh as ever.
Marilu Henner is speculated to have undergone facelift surgeries. Just looking at her face and how it looks so tight and toned, her fans have pronounced facelift.
A facelift is done to maintain skin tightness of the skin and to eliminate excessive skin by pulling out the saggy skin. It also removes the crease, wrinkles, and skin fold on the face.
The Evening Shade actress doesn’t have her cheeks sagging. Not even a little bit, which is just not possible for someone of her age. She had to have an artificial intervention, some form of plastic surgery to prevent aging.
The Taxi star is also rumored to have Botox injected on her face, especially on her forehead. Her forehead is absolutely wrinkle-free. Her forehead looks way too smooth – smoother than any young person’s forehead.
So, Botox could be the reason or Marilu Henner could have injectable filler injected into her glabella area. Either way, lack of crow’s feet and no laugh lines means she has had cosmetic alterations done that are anti-aging in nature. She is also said to have had breast lift plastic surgery.
The Memory of Marilu Henner
Marilu Henner has this very unique ability to recall past events in almost photographic detail. She can literally remember specific details of virtually every day of her life since she was a child.
This is due to a highly superior autobiographical memory (HSAM), which is an extremely rare condition in which people are able to remember an abnormally large number of their life experiences in vivid detail with perfect accuracy.
It is also known as hyperthymesia or total recall memory. It is an extraordinarily rare condition that has been identified in only about 100 people in the world.