There is no denying that actors need a wide range of facial expressions to practice their crafts. Some celebrities have admitted to using the treatment (see parts one and two of my quizzes), while others are quite vocal about shunning the needle. The latest to give it the thumbs-down is actress Rachel Weisz, who was quoted in August's Harper's Bazaar UK:
It should be banned for actors, as steroids are for sportsmen . . . Acting is all about expression; why would you want to iron out a frown?
The pressure of looking ageless often comes with the territory of an acting career. But do you think it's OK for actors to get a little Botox here and there, or is Rachel right on this one?