Jane Seymour, 67: ‘I haven’t done any surgeries or injections or anything’


Jane Seymour is getting a lot of press for posing for Playboy at 67. My mom and I watch Hallmark and Lifetime movies together and I’ve seen Jane quite a bit in those. I just saw her as a queen in one of those royal romance films which are so popular lately. She’s always mesmerizing on screen, and I’m surprised to hear her say she hasn’t had anything done to her face. Jane told Playboy that she hasn’t had surgery or injectables, which is surprising to me. She doesn’t have that “worked on” look at all but she’s so beautiful I just assumed she’d done something.

On feeling sexier now at 67
“I feel much sexier now than I ever did when I was younger. Then, I was like, ‘Oh gosh, I’m supposed to be sexy. What is that?!’” she says, chuckling. “There’s an enormous freedom in having lived as long as I
have. Like my father used to say, I’m comfortable in my own skin.”

She hasn’t had any work done
“I haven’t done any surgeries or injections or anything. I haven’t done any of it. So I still look like ‘me.’ Everyday I’m kind of tempted, but then I look at people I know and I don’t [recognize] them. I’m authentically being me. That’s important to me.”

In 1972 a producer tried to assault her but she escaped
“He put me in a car and said, ‘If anyone knows you ever came here, if you ever tell anyone, ever, I’ll guarantee you never work again anywhere on the planet.’… And he had that power. I got in the cab and cried, terrified.”

The next morning, her agent called and asked if she’d met with the producer. When she lied and said no, her agent breathed a sigh of relief, relaying that the producer had a “bit of a reputation.”

On 30-something men hitting on her
“I say, ‘Oh, darn, in another life.’ I find that very flattering. I mean, usually you’re invisible by this age!” she says, eyes twinkling. “I’m not trying to prove anything to anyone. When you’re younger, it’s all about ‘look at me.’ I’m not trying to get anyone to look at me.”

[From Playboy via People]

Playboy’s journalist Rebecca Haithcoat writes that Jane previously shared her metoo story in November, on the Australian show Sunrise 7. It’s disheartening to hear but sadly not surprising.

Jane really nailed the dilemma women have when they get injections and surgery. I’ve written about this often – how is your identity affected when you suddenly look like a different person? Also, I can believe her that she hasn’t had any surgeries or injections but I would bet she’s had non-invasive dermatological treatments like laser resurfacing. She does look entirely natural. One of my mom’s friends looks like this in her mid 60s and she hasn’t had anything done either.

Playboy’s pictorial is sexy and suggestive but also classy, you can see it on their site. The most revealing photo has her in a pool in a wet tank top you can just barely see through. There’s also some cleavage and a crocheted coverup. I would pay good money to look like her at 67, but apparently that’s not what it takes. She’s radiant and beautiful. Jane Seymour should be the queen of aging gracefully, not Christie Brinkley.

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photos credit: WENN and Instagram/Playboy and Jane Seymour

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  1. Astrid says:

    I’m resisting the urge to give her bangs a little trim. She looks good

  2. HH says:

    “On 30-something men hitting on her: I say, ‘Oh, darn, in another life…I’m not trying to prove anything to anyone.’”

    My God…. This is why I love women. SO REFRESHING! I mean you love who you love, truly. I get that. But more often than not, it’s someone trying to prove something. Lest we forget, that’s mostly the case because most age-gap relationships tend to comprise of men dating much younger women. I’m looking at you Quincy and Dane.

    ETA: With those close up photos, it very much looks like she’s naturally aged. I think people overestimate how old we’ll actually look at certain ages. She definitely looks great, don’t get me wrong. It’s just that I think people are often scared to see any age on their face period.

    • Kitten says:

      Even her HANDS look young like WTF?

      ..I never knew that she had one eye that was a mix of brown and blue.
      She’s a stunning woman, that’s for sure.

      • yUPtime'sUP says:

        She does look really good, however that’s not real hair nor beasts. Come on. People half her age have wrinkled chests. However the work she’s done is NOT cookie cutter bloated Barbie. It’s class and pretty.

      • Mama says:

        My hands have looked old since I was 25… I’m always jealous of young looking hands.

  3. sparrow2 says:

    She looks great!! Classy lady.

  4. Originaltessa says:

    Her hair is starting to wear her. I know it’s her trademark, but how lovely she’d look with a softer cut.

  5. Lilith says:

    Come on, she’s had botox at least. It looks like it around the eyes. Nevertheless, she’s gorgeous.

    • Valiantly Varnished says:

      If she had had botox around her eyes they would not crinkle when she smiled. She has clearly visible crow’s feet – which botox eliminates

      • Lilith says:

        Botox does not eliminate all wrinkles. The crows feet around her eyes aren’t deep and sit high.

      • isabelle says:

        Yep…saw her on a show, interview, and she definitely has wrinkles and lines. She crinkles when she smiles. She still looks flawless.

    • Sassyfrass says:

      You can tell her face has not had fillers or botox. My mother at her same age had much less wrinkles and never did she do anything other than having regular facials. It also largely depends on genetics. At 57 I have excellent skin and have less wrinkles that most women my age.

    • Eliza says:

      There are also laser resurfacing and other dermatological procedures that help keep the skin looking more youthful.

      • Meija says:

        This^ because I don’t do injections but lasers and microneedling help….a lot with out the weird sculpted face look….I’m 56

    • Snowflake says:

      I got Botox right before my 42nd birthday. I have bad crow’s feet. It still wrinkles when i smile but the lines are softer. I think it only looks obvious when it’s overdone.

  6. Felicia says:

    She looks great, but her forehead definitely looks botox smooth under those bangs.

    • Happy21 says:

      I’ve found people that have had bangs their whole lives often have wrinkle free foreheads. My mother in law will be 70 this year and is one of them. Her forehead is smoother than mind and she’s never done anything to her face. Maybe it’s the lack of sun exposure to the forehead? LOL, I don’t know!

    • Jaded says:

      I have no forehead lines and I’m 65…lack of sun exposure and good genes.

    • Holly hobby says:

      She gave an interview years ago saying she got bangs to hide the wrinkles. That they were cheaper than Botox.

      She had a nose job for sure. If you googled young Jane Seymour her nose is different. Otherwise she looks good. Whatever she did do it was minimal.

  7. SK says:

    There are so many actresses and models with beautiful bone structure who would look wonderful if they just STOPPED with the surgery and injectables. Let yourself have some lines, you will still look beautiful! I much prefer to look at the women who have let themselves age gracefully like Jane, Helen Mirren, Judi Dench, etc. Audrey Hepburn and Katherine Hepburn both aged spectacularly. I just want people to let their 20s and 30s go and let themselves beautiful at the age they actually are.

  8. Bridget says:

    Could they have covered her face more in that pic?

  9. pia says:

    Stunning, I just hate PB’s vaseline camera lens tho.

  10. Lydia says:

    She looks so pretty and is a great example of aging well. She obviously takes excellent care of herself and it is inspirational to see someone in this industry not ruining their face. If she’s had injectables, it looks natural. I wish Christie Brinkley hadn’t messed with her face.

  11. JA says:

    I’m sure it helps that she was drop dead gorgeous when she was in her younger days! She is still a lovely woman and hopefully I age half as good as her…just hoping I don’t suddenly become grandma time and look like a ghoulish hag when I’m 60! And if I do, I’m such a badass I don’t care!

  12. Sherry says:

    She looks beautiful and natural. I went to dinner with some friends I haven’t seen in a while and when one of them showed up at the restaurant, she looked so different and I couldn’t quite put my finger on what it was at first. Finally I realized her face wasn’t moving when she talked and she’d had the lines filled in with something.

    Jane’s probably had some laser resurfacing and light pulse therapy, but I don’t think she’s had anything injected or pulled. She looks great.

  13. HK9 says:

    She looks like a beautiful woman who took care of herself over the years. You look so much better when you take it easy with the fillers & botox.

  14. Caela says:

    Love her!

  15. AnnaKist says:

    She’s still lovely. The Playboy photos are obviously retoched, but the others show her as she really is, creases, crow’s feet… I’ve never wanted to look like anyone other than myself, but I’ve always wanted her hair – fringe and all! I think my daughter will hold on to her dark, waist-length hair until shes this age, too. I asked her today if she was going to get to 60 and have long, grey hair like Mrs G, a truly brilliant teacher and utterly wonderful human being. She said she’d work towards having more of Mrs G’s character, and would keep her hair long, but dye it. I’ll shw her Ms Seymour’s photo. It’s almoet 3am here, so gotta go. Dr Qinn Medicine Woman is about to come on.

  16. Naptime says:

    She might be telling the truth, but I think she’s getting a lot of help in the hair, makeup and lighting departments in these photos. I don’t think we’d be nearly so impressed in real life… Oh yeah, and Photoshop

  17. Kim says:

    Sorry – I’m calling BS on this. Specifically because I don’t want anyone feeling “less than” when they hit 57 and they start to see neck wrinkles and waddle, and the “marionette” lines around the mouth and nose. By 67 you definitely have that.

    Yes, you can still use Botox and have wrinkles, especially if you waited to use Botox until later.

    To see a perfect example of someone aging with a light handed use of surgery, etc, check out Helen Mirren.

    For all natural, check out Frances McDormand, age 60.

    • littlemissnaughty says:

      She has all that. She has wrinkles. And Frances McDormand has twice as many wrinkles as my mom, who’s 69. Genetics play a huge role here.

    • Fefr says:

      I also call bs her skin is too taut and while she hasn’t gone overboard she gotten help.
      This to me is sending the wrong message because it’s a lie

    • CairinaCat says:

      My mom is 69 and doesn’t have wrinkles or sagging. I’m 49 and neither do I.
      My youngest sister is 35 and still gets carded EVERY time we go out.
      Genetics make all the difference

  18. Veronica says:

    She may not have had surgery or fillers, but I guarantee you she’s had plenty of OTHER options available to her, like cold laser skin treatments, skin firming creams, etc. Oh, yeah, and that MUA who helps slather on eighty-five pounds of makeup for her red carpet appearances, which has the power to make ALL of us look better. I’m not going to knock her for it, but I’m not naive, either. Pretending that wealth doesn’t provide significantly less stress (not working 40 hours weeks consistently, beauty being a legitimate part of your career routine) and access to resources the majority of us don’t have is pretty ridiculous.

    • Wilder says:

      Absolutely! Jane looks beautiful, and genetics clearly plays a huge part in that. But let’s not forget that it is her job to look as good as she does. Many of us try and stay fit, take care of our skin, and take measures to minimize stress — but not to the same extent that actors do/can. If your job depends in a lot of ways (and for MOST actresses, it does) on being slim and looking young, then that becomes a major focus of your life. And it CAN be your focus when you don’t work full-time, you have money for all the best training and care, and you have access to the world’s best beauty products and services. Not to mention having the money for a hell of a lot of help to make your life easier. Jane probably hasn’t cleaned a toilet or washed her own floors in decades.

  19. Shindencho says:

    She looks great but her fake cheekbones are obvious, as they always are.

  20. drea says:

    My goodness some of you are bitter! I think she looks amazing and I believe that she hasn’t had work done. My mother is 79 and her cheeks and skin look fantastic, still full and glowing and her face has lines, but not deep creases.
    It’s good bone structure, Jane Seymour has it in spades.

  21. Enough Already says:

    That second photo is peak Glamour Shots at the mall minus the boa or bedazzled cowboy hat. Love her though – my mom and I would swoon over those ridiculous movie-of-the-week type projects she was so great in.

  22. JoJo says:

    She looks awesome. I’m sure it’s not PC to say I don’t believe her, but sorry, I just don’t fully believe her. Personally, I believe she’s had some work done – I’d guess non-invasive tightening/lifting procedures, probably some cheek fillers, maybe some other light fillers, etc. No, these aren’t surgeries, but the end result is the same – it’s artificial stuff done to your face to make it look younger. (And I’m not saying there’s anything at all wrong with that! Kudos to her for keeping it natural. But I just wish people wouldn’t act like they’ve never done a single thing to their face.)

    Sure, she’s got the wrinkles, but no one’s – no one’s – jawline looks like that – even people much younger than her. Show me a celebrity with jowls and any kind of loose or sagging jawline. They’re pretty much like bigfoot – they don’t exist. At a certain point, some level of jowling/sagging, no matter how small, is absolutely inescapable – for everyone. I think lots of actors are now trying to scale back and stop the overdone botox and fillers, and they keep their face more natural looking by strategically leaving crow’s feet and other wrinkles in place – but IMO, they’re always addressing their jowls/jawlines.

  23. Sarah says:

    I call BS! Maybe not her face, which looks beautiful. But she admitted to a breast augmentation when she did Wedding Crashers. It was tastefully done, but done they are.

  24. mela says:

    I love her honesty about the daily temptation of getting a little tweak..

    I’m only 33 but some of my more affluent girlfriends in Silicon Valley begin to get plastic surgery at this age and to be honest – none of it really looks good on them…

  25. Adele Dazeem says:

    If you want to fall in love w young Jane as well (along w a captivating pre Superman Christopher Reeve) I recommend “Somewhere in Time.” Fabulous chemistry and movie from those two. She’s about 30 in that movie and her beauty is BREATHTAKING.

  26. It’sJustBlanche says:

    Hmmm. Lasers then?

  27. Anka says:

    She’s always been beautiful and extremely charming, I remember her from that tv series -medicine woman…

  28. Nan says:

    She’s my new goal in life! She looks fabulous and happy too. I agree with her approach so much – having stuff done backfires and makes women look weird and “done” rather than younger.

  29. Selena Castle says:

    I always remember an interview she gave where she said she has a weakness for Maltezers. She said she will have one whilst watching television on a Friday or Saturday night. One! Not a packet! One! Ugh! I wish for this sort of self discipline. But the thing is she was speaking about it as though it was a devilish thing to do. What a strange world these people live in when one Maltezer is a sin.

  30. wood dragon says:

    Keeping your hair dyed so that the white/silver doesn’t show is a factor too.
    Compare/contrast with Helen Mirren and Judy Dench or Emmylou Harris.

  31. Larissa says:

    Jane was sensational and stunning in East of Eden. Probably my most favorite TV miniseries ever.

  32. Tilly says:

    She’s lying. In a November 2012 article she stated that, among other things, she had her “eyes done” and a “boob Job”. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2233060/Jane-Seymour-Apart-eye-lift-boob-job-Botox-I-havent-thing-done.html