Kyra Sedgwick Plastic Surgery Before and After

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Did Kyra Sedgwick have Plastic Surgery?

The New York-born actress has been acting since she was 16 years old. Now 49, Sedgwick has been on the screen for more than three decades. With that said, fans and critics alike notice the actress’ youthful glow. Since she has been in the acting industry for so long, the film and TV star has faced plastic surgery rumors for some time now.

Now that she’s almost 50, reports of cosmetic procedures began to surface again, stemming from the fact that Sedgwick hasn’t significantly age. Even her body looks like a body of someone who’s just in her 30s. These factors then create suspicions among people.

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Thus, claims of surgical enhancements have since been considered. Previous reports state that the actress has had facelift to rejuvenate her face to appear essentially younger. There were even reports that the actress admitted to undergoing the procedure and that she said she didn’t like the result because it made her face felt frozen for some time. This, allegedly, made the actress stop going under the knife.

Aside from her face, she also reportedly has undergone a breast augmentation. Being in her late 40s and being a mother of two, Sedgwick’s body, particularly her bust area, seems to be remarkably great. She has full and firm breasts, which is unlikely for a women in her age. So, talks of a remedial action came to surface.

Born on August 19, 1965, Sedgwick began her acting career with a one-episode role in the soap opera Another World. After appearing in more TV shows such as ABC Afterschool Special and Miami Vice in 1985, she made her film debut in War and Love.

Further Work as an Actress

During the late 1980s to early 1990s, she appeared in many other TV movies, including Women & Men 2, Miss Rose White and Family Pictures. She also starred as Donna, the childhood sweetheart of Tom Cruise’s character in the critically acclaimed 1989 movie Born on the Fourth of July, which became both a critical and commercial success.

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