Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Brenda Dickson Plastic Surgery Before and After Facelift and Facial Fillers

Brenda Dickson (born on February 3, 1949 Long Beach, California) is an American actress who originated the role of Jill Foster Abbott on the soap opera The Young and the Restless.
A newly crown queen for scary face bags by Brenda Dickson, an American actress who originated the role of Jill Foster Abbott on the soap opera The Young and the Restless. Changing your feature will definitely makes you stranger or worst, frightful. In her surgical list, eye job was made to stretched her eyes and make it a little bit high. Next, face and brow lift to remodel her face and make it more fresh and young to look at.

Beautiful and gorgeous Brenda Dickson has as many as six surgeries reports to discuss including facelift, Browlift, Blepharoplasty, nose job, eyelid surgery and forehead lift. The lady appeared on mainstream as a soap opera actress though, but now she is more famous for her surgeries than her profession. The lady is also known for her divorces and bad behavior. Dr. Jennifer Walden says that the facial skin of lady says that she is fairly old but she had maintained herself so well that she looks much younger than her actual age. She looks at least 15 years younger than her actual age, which is the biggest reason of this beauty.
She no more works as a soap opera actress now, as she has been retired from the profession, but it does not mean that she has no reasons to be in news and reports. The lady was born in 1949 in California. She is most famous for her role as Jill Foster Abbott which she portrayed in the soap opera The Young and the Restless.

She was sent to jail in 2007 in Hawaii by the authorities there after she refused the orders of the court regarding her divorce with her ex-husband. She was sent behind bars for bad behavior and contempt of court. When she was released from jail after 16 years, she mentioned that she was a victim in the case but was not given a chance to speak her words before the jury. Upon saying that, she was again sent into jail and was not released unless she spent three months behind bars.
Brenda Dickson has currently authored an autobiography, "My True Hidden Hollywood Story." She describes her love affairs with some of the most powerful men in Hollywood. She addresses what she believes to be the blacklisting and breach of contract of William J. Bell and how it was hidden from the public. It details the involvement of cartel Mafia judges and attorneys who laundered her two marital estates through the federal court of California and the state court of Hawaii to keep her out of Hollywood because she garnered more ratings than the entire show, "The Young and the Restless." She originated the role of Jill Foster Abbott on the "Y and R" where she worked for almost 12 years when she was illegally fired, subsequently the ratings fell by 9 points. The book tells what went on with her and other actors in the show and how she believes the Bells remained in her life, were involved with her two ex-husbands, and try to keep her out of Hollywood by making her homeless and laundering her divorce money to her ex-husbands. It's an incredible story.