At 53 years old, Connie Britton still features a stunning beauty and sexy figure with shapely ass and boobs. You’ll only have to look at her summer bikini photos to realize how truly gorgeous she is as a singer and actress.
Born in 1967 as Constance Elaine Britton, wasn’t a typical aspiring actress. She only dipped in the entertainment world after she graduated from Dartmouth College in 1989. Elaine Britton first spent a couple of years studying at the Neighborhood Playhouse School of the Theatre, which served as an entrance for her in the world of acting.
Shortly, the actress made her stage debut at the Courtyard Playhouse when she joined the cast of The Early Girl. Elaine Britton played the character of a seasoned prostitute.
After she graduated from Neighborhood Playhouse, Elaine Britton worked in off-Broadway shows for two years.
In 1995, she got a break to enter the world of films after landing a role in the comedy-drama movie The Brothers McMullen. It was a massive success, which prompted the actress to relocate to Los Angeles for more acting opportunities.
Shortly after working on a critically acclaimed film, Elaine Britton started landing more jobs on-screen. Her next project was a recurring part in the sitcom Ellen. The following year, the actress worked with Michael J. Fox in the show Spin City.
Two years later, Elaine Britton worked in the romantic comedy-drama film No Looking Back. 2001 was another busy year for the actress. She got a starring role in the romantic comedy movie The Next Big Thing, followed by other significant roles in indie projects The Last Winter, The Life Coach, Special Ed, and The Lather Effect.
That same year, Elaine Britton also portrayed the character of Shirley Temple’s mother in the TV film based on the child star’s autobiography. Also, in 2001, the actress appeared in the third season of The West Wing.
The following year, Elaine Britton starred in a sitcom in ABC, Lost at Home. She also worked in the 2004 mystery comedy-drama film Looking for Kitty.
In 2006, the actress got another starring role for hit drama show Friday Night Lights. It was one of her most successful projects, with the series running for five whole seasons from 2006 to 2011. Through her performance on the show, Elaine Britton received critical acclaims, with New York Times naming her as a hot female figure and a role model.
It also earned the actress various acting nominations and awards. Throughout her Friday Night Lights career, Elaine Britton also worked in multiple films, such as Women in Trouble in 2009 and A Nightmare on Elm Street the following year.
In 2012, Elaine Britton also joined the cast of Nashville, an ABC musical drama series that she also produced. Her other TV and film credits include the 429th episode of This American Life, American Horror Story, The Fitzgerald Family Christmas, The To-Do Lis, Angels Sing, This Is Where I Leave You, American Ultra, and American Crime Story.