• 1) "Morgan Fairchild (born February 3, 1950) is an American actress. She achieved prominence during the late 1970s and early 1980s with continuing roles in several television series, in which she usually conveyed a glamorous image. Fairchild has also performed in live theater and played guest roles in television comedies." "Guest appearances: [...] Friends (TV episode - "The One with Mrs. Bing" as Mrs. Bing) (1995) Friends (TV episodes - "The One With Monica and Chandler's Wedding - Part 1 and 2) (2001)" Source and further information: According to this, she was 45 by her first guest appearance and 51 by the second one. 2) "Morgan who has seen her share of plastic surgery, looks pretty good for 60 (I take it that Elisa did her homework.) Then again the tendency is to compare celebrity plastic surgery "After" images to images of the aforementioned in their prime many years earlier. This is not really fair (no pun intended here.) The real question (really impossible to answer) is what might she have looked like without the plastic surgery." Source and further information: "Morgan Fairchild has reportedly gone through a surgical procedure to make her face 10 years younger. She has gone to one Dr. Gerry Jones, a renowned plastic surgeon" Source and further information: 3) To answer your question, people don't motivate me much because of their physical appearance. But I like it if they look healthy. "According to, Richard Gere recently said: "I'm 57, how much longer can I be a sex symbol? If people think I still look good, well, that's because I have a lot of plastic surgery." Yeah, I do think he was joking. Must be that Zen tranquility has done him well. I thought he was great in Chicago." Source and further information: I like this guy...
  • Back in high school when I discovered Audrey Hepburn, she changed my life. I know it sounds silly - some random actress/humanitarian I have never met changing my life. Reading about her quotes and thoughts on life inspired me to become a better person, and I was less bitter and negative person because of it. It doesn't matter if she wasn't really a princess as she was described by everyone, I still appreciate her for helping me become a better human being.

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