Collin County Living Well Magazine November/December 2017 - Page 30

V ery few actresses in Hollywood can say they’ve enjoyed the type of long-term success that has sus- tained Robin Wright’s career. From the cult classic The Princess Bride to this year’s superhero hit Wonder Woman, Wright has worked hard to stay on top in roles on both the small and big screens. Women in powerful positions know a thing or two about holding their own. In addition to playing politician Claire Underwood on the critically acclaimed Netflix political-dra- ma series House of Cards, the 51-year-old mother of two has starred in a plethora of films, including The Princess Bride, Forrest Robin Wright is all business as a top cop in this year’s Blade Runner 2049 Gump and The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, among others. And she doesn’t show signs of nent, your cheeks aren’t as full, your nose isn’t as pug slowing down, her latest film, Blade Runner 2049, is just and there’s not as much flesh. And clearly more wrinkles, one of many in the pipeline. obviously.” According to a recent article in New Beauty magazine. “The Golden Globe–award winner (she’s also received five consecutive Emmy nominations) has also earned as much recognition for her outspoken voice on female equal pay and other feminist rights as she has for her ability to command the big screen. Robin also made her directo- rial debut on House of Cards in 2014, and launched a socially conscious sleepwear line, Pour Les Femmes, with clothing designer Karen Fowler later that year.” Like all Hollywood stars, Wright has had to deal with the pressures of continuing to look youthful in an industry that pretends women don’t age. In her interview with New Beauty though, she shares that there’s no magical secret to looking young. Still, countless media outlets praise the former Mrs. Sean Penn (they have two children and had an on-again-off- again relationship for years) for her stunning looks and “all natural” approach to aging gracefully––minus a few “Botox sprinkles” that she admits to. Parade magazine recently summarized the eclectic ac- tress’ career in just a few sentences. “Robin Wright was Buttercup in The Princess Bride, Jenny in Forrest Gump, Antiope in Wonder Woman, and plays cutthroat Claire in House of Cards,” describes the maga- zine. “Now Robin Wright, 51, rocks the future as Lieuten- ant Joshi in Blade Runner 2049, set 30 years after the first “I don’t think there are secrets,” she shares with the magazine. “I think we all know the more you eat right, exercise, sleep well, and don’t have so much stress in your life, you’re going to look better and younger and fe []\H]HH\H\ٝ[YK[[HX]Z\BHXXY[XZˈ[x&\H]\[]H\˂]8&\X][[H[[K'B[H\\Y[H]X]]H[\Y]]x&\XY\[YH[X]\ݙ\HYX\H[[YX\\Y\[Hۙ\ 'H\ ]Y[K[H[][[H]X\\[[[H\\[X\\BXH][]^H[[HYH[ܙH]\H[\[[\X]\\ˈ]8&\ZH[\YZ؛ۙ\XYH[ܙHZKBSSH][[XY^[HՑSPTPSPT M”\\[[Y\\HY\X\X[ۈܙX]YHؚ[ܚY \Yۙ\\[\XX\\H[Y]Y[[Hۙ