Ashley Judd Now And Then: Ashley Judd Recent Photos After Surgery. The American actress’ recent photos show how different she looks in 2022.
Ashley Judd is an American actress and political activist. She grew up in a family of performing artists whose acting career has spanned more than three decades.
She is more involved in global humanitarian efforts and political activism.
Judd has been in numerous films that have received a positive reception, and also in films that have earned box office successes, including;
Ruby in Paradise, Heat, Norma Jean & Marilyn, A Time to Kill, Kiss the Girls, Double Jeopardy, Where the Heart Is, Frida, High Crimes, De-Lovely, Twisted, Bug, Dolphin Tale, Olympus Has Fallen, Divergent, Dolphin Tale 2, Big Stone Gap, Barry, and A Dog’s Way Home.
She was the lead actress in Rebecca Winstone in the 2012 TV series Missing, for which she was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or in a Movie.
Ashley Judd Now And Then: Ashley Judd Recent Photos After Surgery
Judd looks different after her surgery. The American actress, political activist, and humanitarian was seriously injured in February 2022 after a catastrophic fall in a rain forest in Congo.
She had spoken openly about the horrible episode in which she was on the verge of losing her leg after she shattered her right leg in four places.
Judd said that she barely survived the 55-hour rescue and was in immense pain.
“I don’t know how the mind and the body and the soul come together to manage to endure the unendurable,” she said.
“I bit a stick, I screamed, I howled, I convulsed. I never did pass out, I wished that I could.”
“I was in hospital in South Africa about nine days. And then I was medevaced to Tennessee. But when I got to South Africa my leg didn’t have a pulse, and I was hemorrhaging, and if I had been medevaced to Europe I would’ve bled to death,” she told Kate Roberts in an interview.
Following the accident, the actress’ face was swollen today, possibly due to prednisone.
Judd had a surgery, and she is looking different after the surgery.
Ashley Judd Humanitarian Work
Over the past decade, Juddd’s humanitarian efforts have been focused on gender equality as well as the health of sexual and reproductive organs and rights of women as well as girls.
She was named as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNFPA in 2016, which is the United Nations agency charged with sexual and reproductive health (among other things).
As of May 2018, she had visited UNFPA’s programs for women and girls affected by the humanitarian crisis within Jordan, Turkey, Ukraine, and Bangladesh as well as its work for development with India and Sri Lanka.
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Judd has also traveled with YouthAIDS to countries that are impacted by poverty and illness like Cambodia, Kenya, and Rwanda. She is now an advocate for the prevention of poverty and spreading awareness globally.
She has met with political and religious leaders on behalf of the deprived about political and social change. Judd has also appeared in three documentaries about YouthAIDS that aired on Discovery Channel, in National Geographic, and on VH1.
She joined the Leadership Council of the International Center for Research on Women in 2011. The other organizations Judd has been involved with includes Women for Women International and Equality Now.
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She is also a member of the advisory council of Apne Aap Women Worldwide, an organization dedicated to fighting sex trafficking and sexual prostitution across generations in India.
Judd is involved in the speaker’s circuit, delivering talks on the issue of gender equality, abuse, and human rights issues.
Judd was born in Granada Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States, on April 19, 1968, making her 54 years in 2022.
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