Monday, 12 November 2012

Heather Thomas Plastic Surgery Botox Before and After

Heather Thomas spent the early part of the 1980s doing stunts and hunting bad guys as “Jody” on The Fall Guy (starring fellow plastic surgery lover/cyborg man Lee Majors), and the latter part of the 1980s as a poster on the wall of every teenage boy in the country.

 Heather Thomas has a nice row of veneers on her top teeth. Now she needs the bottom done
Actress Heather Thomas underwent six hours of plastic and orthopedic surgery Thursday on her legs, which were broken when she was struck by a car.
"Her physician, Dr. Steve Hoefflin, remains hopeful of a good prognosis," said a statement released Thursday night by St. John's Hospital in Santa Monica.

These days, she makes her news not by acting, but by being an activist, as she has become known for her work as a politcaly liberal fundraiser. Another thing she’s done since her days on television was get some plastic surgery. It looks like Heather Thomas has had a nose job (a rhinoplasty that thinned out the bridge of her nose a bit and made it seem sharper), and eyelid surgery (a blepharoplasty that made her eyes wider and fought off the bags and crow’s feet that usually come with age). She also may have gotten some Bottox injections and a facelift the keep her skin from being as wrinkly as the skin of a fifty-four year old woman should be. Whatever she’s done, she looks pretty good, but she definitely doesn’t look natural.
Thomas first underwent plastic surgery Wednesday to repair the injuries she sustained in Tuesday's accident.
Thomas, co-star of the canceled ABC-television series "The Fall Guy," was jaywalking across San Vicente Boulevard after emerging from a market with a friend at 5:40 p.m. Tuesday when she was struck by a car traveling 15 to 20 m.p.h., Los Angeles Police Officer Victor Curti said.
The actress suffered cuts, scrapes and bruises, as well as the leg injuries. She also complained of head and chest pains, Curti said.
Neither Thomas nor the car driver was cited in the accident, Curti said.