Is Sally Thomsett Ill? Is her illness the result of her plastic surgery? What happened to her face?
Many of her fans are concerned about her health and the way her appearance changed so drastically.
Sally Thomsett, born on 3 April 1950 in Sussex, England, UK, is an English actress who starred as Phyllis in the film The Railway Children (1970) and played Jo in the TV sitcom Man About the House (1973–1976). She also appeared as Janice in the film Straw Dogs (1971) and Nemo in Baxter (1973).
Is Sally Thomsett suffering from any Illness?
There is some speculation about her health being deteriorating but no official statement has been released about her well-being. The enormous difference in her now and before picture has created widespread gossip in the world. Or she has just aged as any normal human being does. I mean she is 71 years old and everyone develops wrinkles around this age.
Sally Thomsett was everywhere in the 70s. Young, beautiful, and charismatic Sally was the talk of the town. Every woman wanted to be her and every man wanted to be with her and then overnight she just disappeared from the limelight. Many were heartbroken and had no clue where she vanished.
She then resurfaced because of her complicated love life.
Did Sally Thomsett have Plastic Surgery?
Sally Thomsett never revealed having done plastic surgery. She only disclosed her dental surgery aside from that no other surgery details were revealed. All these rumors are only because of her limited screen appearance. People keep on fixating on her face and body image – She is aging, becoming older by the day, nothing new. People grow old not the other way around. Her fans need to stop hovering on her, claiming she is sick all the time.