Marina Sirtis played Counselor Deanna Troi for seven seasons
Marina Sirtis lit up the screen on Star Trek: The Next Generation with her exotic looks, and, to this day, her legion of fans remain transfixed by her beauty. She is a woman who doesn’t seem to age, and that has baffled some fans who don’t mind asking her how she continues to look so young.
The actress has admitted that she was decorative sometimes on the series that made her famous, but she didn’t mind it. That’s because the beautiful 66-year-old said she wasn’t a pretty child. That, of course, changed when she became an adult, and she recently told express.co.uk that she is a person who lives in the moment, which helps maintain her looks.
The actress, who recently moved back to England after spending over thirty years in the United States, said she doesn’t stress or worry over things. And while she has previously said she wasn’t much like her character of Deanna Troi, in this instance, she seems to be more like the counselor as Troi wasn’t one to overly worry on the series. She confronted problems head-on, and you didn’t see her wringing her hands or pacing the floor.
Sirtis also told Express that another one of the reasons why she managed to stay so youthful-looking is she didn’t have children ” because they will age you faster than anything.” She then added that “I don’t worry in advance. If something bad happens I’m not going to worry about that. People call it denial but it works for me. That’s all I can say.” It certainly does work for her as the actress remains one of the most beautiful women of Star Trek.