Carrie Otis was deservedly regarded as one of the most stunning women in Hollywood. Her extraordinary and exceptional beauty captured everyone’s attention.
Otis embarked on her career as a model before venturing into the world of film. Alongside Mickey Rourke, she featured in the movie “The Wild Orchid”, which turned out to be a hit. Carrie ascended to stardom and her beauty captivated millions.
Nonetheless, maintaining her physical attractiveness was a struggle for the actress. She had a predisposition to weight gain since her early years. To preserve her physique, Otis opted for a simplistic approach. She consumed excessive amounts of coffee and cigarettes, thereby compromising her health. Post her marriage to Mickey Rourke, illicit substances found their way into her life. She got addicted due to her husband’s influence. Her physical appearance and health started to decline, rendering her unrecognizable.
Her emaciated look, coupled with her unhealthy pallor, were clear indicators of health issues. In 1998, Otis was rushed to the hospital, where doctors managed to save her life in the nick of time. This served as a wakeup call that she might not get another chance. The actress decided to take charge of her own life and well-being. She severed ties with Mickey Rourke and overcame her dependencies.
Carrie embraced yoga and fitness. Despite gaining weight, she was able to accept herself. Otis pursued a career as a plus-size model for a significant duration. She now embraces her self and her life, though her previous allure and slender frame are things of the past.