Shannon Tweed is a Canadian actress and model born on March 10, 1957 in St John’s, Newfoundland, Canada. She became popular for being Playboy magazine‘s Miss November and for appearing in soap opera Falcon Crest, all of which happened in 1981. She was also Playboy magazine’s Playmate of the year 1982. She is known as a „B movie queen“ because of her roles in many low-budget mainstream erotic thrillers. She had a brief relationship with Playboy magazine founder Hugh Hefner but in 1983 she got involved with a Kiss member, Gene Simmons with whom she has two children now. In 2007 Shannon undergone a facelift plastic surgery with her husband.
Lately, she made her appearances in TV series Republic of Doyle and Ex-Wives of Rock.
In 2007 Shannon Tweed has undergone a facelift plastic surgery procedure. She did it together with her husband and they announced it publicly and never denied it as many celebrities do. They even recorded and aired the whole thing, from pre-operation preparations to the post-operative moments. Many commented that it was not a change for the better.
Shannon wasn’t too happy with the facelift results and she has had many plastic procedures after the televised one just to fix it. If you look at before and after photos, it looks like Shannon looked even better before plastic surgery than she looks after many procedures.
Critics noticed that Shannon’s face looked too stretched, her smile seemed forced and that the cosmetic procedures were too obvious. Allegedly, she is also prone to Botox use which helps in making her face look unnatural.
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