What happened to Ashley Judd’s face?

How Ashley Judd looks like today?


Ashley Judd was born Ashley Tyler Ciminella on April 19, 1968, in Granada Hills, California and was raised in a family of accomplished performers. She’s the daughter of late country music star Naomi Judd and the sister of Wynonna Judd.

Although she’s best known for her prolific acting career, Judd is also someone heavily involved into global humanitarian initiatives and political activism.

Her career, which spans over two decades, started with the role of Ensign Robin Lefler in the 1991 TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation. She has since been featured in a number of other movies and TV series, such as Kiss the Girls (1997), Trafficked (2017) and Berlin Station (2017-2019), among the rest.

However, as much as it has been written of her professional accomplishments, her fans and the media couldn’t help but notice the change in her appearance. Her “new” face raised the question of whether she had undergone plastic surgery to change her appearance, and it turns out she hadn’t.

In fact, Judd felt obligated to reveal medical details on at least two occasions as she couldn’t cope with the rumors and the stories about her that over-flooded the media.

Back in 2012, she wrote a strong opinion piece on The Daily Beast criticizing the media for fabricating stories about her appearance.

The same article was republished by the outlet in 2020 when interest in Ashley’s appearance spiked again.

I choose to address it because the conversation was pointedly nasty, gendered, and misogynistic and embodies what all girls and women in our culture, to a greater or lesser degree, endure every day, in ways both outrageous and subtle. The assault on our body image, the hypersexualization of girls and women and subsequent degradation of our sexuality as we walk through the decades, and the general incessant objectification is what this conversation allegedly about my face is really about, the actress wrote.

She proceeds to address what was said about her following a recent television appearance where viewers noticed her “puffy” face, which she attributed to a month-long regimen of medication — “multiple rounds of steroids” — previously stated by her representatives to treat a sinus infection and flu.

In February, 2020, she opened up about receiving botox treatments to fight ‘siege migraines.’

And when it comes to taking care of her face, the She Said star revealed she uses rose tea. “It’s full of antioxidants, which are great for the skin.”

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