Like many actresses, Ellen Barkin fears that Botox will affect her acting. Though it seems other more invasive plastic surgery procedures, like facelifts, are okay. But the late fifty-something actress, best known for her early roles in movies like “Sea of Love” and “The Big Easy,” isn’t sharing the details. She told Oprah.com that she’s absolutely not a fan of Botox. “I don’t like the way it makes people look. Too many people go overboard, and for an actress, that’s deadly. It keeps you from being able to have expressions,” said Ellen. Barkin went on to explain that, in a perfect world, she’d have “just a tighter version of my face.” It looks like that’s exactly what she has now. Today, Barkin’s face is very taunt, the skin looking slightly pulled, and is now completely free of wrinkles; most likely due to a facelift.