Veteran actress Kathleen Turner blames high definition cameras for the upsurge in female stars undergoing cosmetic surgery.

The War of the Roses star is adamant she would never go under the knife to preserve her looks, and she fears actresses only began obsessing over age-defying procedures once technology advanced so much that viewers can see every wrinkle.

She tells Britain's Daily Mail newspaper, "No one is sexy if they don't like themselves. I don't care how they look. When high definition photography came out on film everybody thought they looked fat and the Botox craze started. It's destructive."