Amanda Peet Writes About Botox and Losing Roles to Younger Stars Like Alicia Vikander

In an essay for Lena Dunham's newsletter, Peet admits to experimenting with lasering, face peels and age-defying creams all in an effort to look younger.
2:30 | 04/27/16

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look young. Actress Amanda Peet who by the way you look fabulous, mom of three getting candid revealing where she's drawing the line for the sake of her daughters, Linzie Janis is with us to explain. Good morning, Linzie. Reporter: She does look fabulous but Amanda Peet is doing something pretty rare. She is rejecting everything from botox and fillers to surgery. She says she wants to set an example for her daughters. I want to you feel hey heart. Reporter: The Hollywood bombshell known for "Something's got to give" and "The whole nine yards." I'm one of your biggest fans. Reporter: And playing the love interest in "Saving Silverman." I'm Wayne. No. Reporter: This morning, Amanda Peet saying it's painfully obvious but I'm still ashamed to admit this. I care about my looks. The 44-year-old actress recently of HBO's "Togetherness" firing off in an article for Lena Dunham's newsletter "Letter" she's ashamed her graying hearsaying I've bleached my teeth, dyed my hair, peeled my face but she's now pushing back on Hollywood's insistence on youth at all costs. In the name of her daughters. She's in this stage of her life. It sort of provided a good convergence point for her to reflect on these things. Reporter: The something's got to give star revealing she's constantly pushed out by younger talent like Alicia vikander writing everyone is looking at me like let go. There's no room for you. Do you see this smile? I'm dead inside. Reporter: She's also defiantly staying off the operating table. Crediting the decision to her two daughters saying the cultural obsession with beauty is the reason girls as young as nine show disturbing levels of anxiety about their looks. She's trying to raise them to be smart and independent women who are less concerned with outer appearance. Reporter: Instead, Peet says she's going to steer into the skit and age gracefully. In the article Peet also compares herself to her sister who is a doctor. Her sister has been able to embrace her gray hair almost wearing it as an asset, a badge of her experience so very different culture in Hollywood. Such an important message to send to the daughters. Really crucial. Absolutely. I'm happy she's doing it with two young girls myself. She looks great. She does. Fabulous at 44. Let's go over to Amy. Guy, time now for our series

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