Jane Leeves, the 52-year-old star of 'Frasier' and 'Hot in Cleveland' fame, is proud to show off her age -- and thinks other women in Hollywood should too. Amen, sister!

The actress talked to the Daily Mail about the propensity for Hollywood actresses to go under the knife and just why she's against it.

"I don’t want to have some hideous surgery that's not even going to guarantee me any work and could make me unemployable. People know how old I am, so it's OK if I look my age," she admitted, saying she doesn't want to wind up looking like a "fish-face."

She added, "We all know who has and who hasn't. There are some who look better than others, but you can tell at 50 paces."

Leeves then took aim at several Hollywood heavy-hitters, claiming that "Meg Ryan destroyed her career with plastic surgery" and saying Melanie Griffith and her "trout pout" are downright terrifying. "They never look right on somebody who’s not born that way. It always looks weird."

As for Sharon Osbourne, her face is "too much" and erasing the groove underneath her nose just made her "vaguely simian looking."

"I don't blame other people for doing stuff. I'm sure people have their reasons. If you're known as a beauty and a sex symbol there's a whole lot of pressure on you," Leeves went on to say, adding that you would never see either Helen Mirren or Meryl Streep get Botox because "they're not known for just being a pretty face, they're known for having substance."

Take note, airheads of Hollywood: Plastic surgery is totally cool on you, because it's not like you can have brains and beauty.