Julia Louis-Dreyfus refuses to get a facelift.
The 'Veep' star has insisted she doesn't want to go under the knife despite having her "share of vanity".
She said: "[I have a] share of vanity [and] like to look nice. [I'm not planning on] pulling my face back behind my ears. I haven't done that, I don't have a plan to do that.
"I realise as I say that it sounds like I'm disparaging to those who have, but I don't want to be. My point is that I'm glad to be the age I am and to have had the career I've had and am now having. It's like, 'Yeah, I'm here, I'm still doing this, and my plan is to continue to do it for quite some time.'"
That's not to say that the 54-year-old comedienne doesn't feel "pressure" to look good.
She added to PEOPLE magazine: "I do feel the pressure. I'm not going to lie to you and say I don't feel the pressure. But I would also say I don't quite feel it the way I used to. There's a part of me that's like ... 'Who gives a s**t?'
"I'm scared of surgery. I have TMJ, and I just had to have an injection into my jaw to try to make the inflammation go down and just getting that flipped me out."