In Hollywood, maintaining a glamorous appearance often involves procedures and plastic surgeries. Many celebrities choose to undergo these procedures to preserve their youthful looks and the opportunities that come with them.

However, not all in the film industry follow this trend, and Sally Field is a notable exception.

Known for her roles in films like “Smokey and the Bandit,” “Norma Rae,” “Mrs. Doubtfire,” and “Forrest Gump,” Field has received numerous awards, including two Academy Awards, two BAFTA nominations, three Primetime Emmy Awards, two Golden Globe Awards, two SAG Awards, and the Life Achievement Award. Her illustrious career is certainly one to be proud of.

At 76, Field still looks stunning and embraces her natural appearance. During her SAG Achievement Award speech, she wore a beautiful black gown and showcased her naturally grey hair.

She expressed that acting has always been about capturing moments where she feels truly alive, and she values the insight and growth her career has provided.

In 2016, Field discussed playing an elderly character, Doris Miller, and expressed her acceptance of aging. She acknowledged the physical changes that come with age but chose to embrace them rather than resort to plastic surgery.

Field has been married twice and has three sons from her marriages. She found a new dimension in life when she became a grandmother, cherishing time with her five grandchildren at her ocean-view beach house.