Hollywood actress Sela Ward got her start in the 1980s. She made her television debut with a starring role in Emerald Point N.A.S. At the same time, she also made her first movie appearance in The Man Who Loved Women. Following this, she had roles in the films Nothing in Common, Hello Again, Steele Justice, and The Haunting of Sarah Hardy. In the ’90s, she became known for her role as Teddy Reed in the NBC series Sisters. The show aired for six seasons, earning her mainstream recognition.
During this period, she also starred in the movies Double Jeopardy, The Fugitive, and My Fellow Americans. After Sisters, she went on to star in the TV series Once and Again playing Lily Manning. Simultaneously, she had supporting roles in the movies Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, The Day After Tomorrow, and The Guardian. She later became known for her role as Stacy Warner in House, Jo Danville in CSI: NY, and more recently, Margaret Graves in Graves. She’s also starred in the films The Stepfather, Gone Girl, and Independence Day: Resurgence.
Even in her 60s, Sela Ward maintains her vibrant look by making sure that she stays fit and healthy. She does this by sticking to an active lifestyle and following a clean diet plan. Specifically, the actress is reported to follow the MUFA diet. This also means the monounsaturated fats diet, which means that she mostly consumes healthy fats to maintain her overall well-being. Gushing about her love of this diet program, she said in an interview:
“Research shows that MUFAs have health benefits and target belly fat. They also help control satiety, so by adding in one MUFA at meals and snacks it is easier to stick with the diet and lose belly fat.”