Jane Fonda: I wasn't myself until my 60s

Angelo Anderson
September 21, 2018

And the Hollywood legend stopped by The Pool Room at The Seagram Building in New York City for a special Q&A about the film on Thursday. She also claimed that "looking at age from the outside is so scary", though in the documentary, she expressed remorse for going under the knife.

The 80-year-old actress has claimed that until two decades ago, her life was defined by the men around her - including father Henry Fonda, and three husbands Roger Vadim, Tom Hayden, and Ted Turner - but when she finally started living for herself instead of aiming to please, she was able to be the person she was supposed to be. On Wednesday night, the 80-year-old actress talked to Stephen Colbert about "the bad thing I did", and said she still regrets it, reports Mediaite.

"I'm glad I look good for my age, but I've had plastic surgery", the Oscar-winning actress admitted, according to PEOPLE.

The Klute star gave her reason for getting work done on her face saying: 'I got exhausted of looking exhausted when I wasn't'.

Tired: The Klute star gave her reason for getting work done on her face saying: 'I got tired of looking tired when I wasn't'. "I wish I wasn't like that".


"I'm not going to lie about that", she added. I love lived-in faces. "But I am what I am".

Despite her plastic surgery regrets, Fonda is still one of Hollywood's most sought after talents and proof that age, truly is just a number.

Truth tea: "I wish I wasn't like that. When I see a woman who's made her face a mask I say: 'I bet, I bet'".

"There's a whole segment of the population who only knows her from the workout tape or who only knows her [as] Hanoi Jane, or who only knows her from Grace and Frankie", Jane Fonda in Five Acts director Susan Lacy told Yahoo Entertainment.

Other reports by Iphone Fresh

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