Carol Burnett Plastic Surgery: Chin Implants
It is no secret Carol Burnett went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the TV show host wants to look her best, just like most of us. Learn all about Carol Burnett’s chin implants.
Hosted The Carol Burnett Show on CBS for a decade after winning Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe Awards for her work in various genres.
She worked as an usherette and hat-check girl while living in a boarding house for women pursuing an careers in acting, and starred in the theater hit Once Upon a Mattress.
She appeared on The Twilight Zone as Agnes Grep in an episode titled “Cavender Is Coming” and appeared in Get Smart as “Ozark” Annie Jones in an episode titled “One of Our Olives Is Missing.”
Plastic Surgery Facts
Carol Burnett has admitted having chin implants as she desperately wanted fuller chins while her use of facelift was the only way she could get rid of the wrinkles that were beginning to attack her face. She feels very much happy that her plastic surgery procedures made her look more attractive and beautiful and she also stated that she sees nothing wrong if a woman decides to take good care of her body.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Carol Burnett went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Carol Burnett's body and face are natural?
Carol Burnett Quotes
"I can't tell a joke to save my soul. It's just not my thing, though I love to listen to jokes."
"I had always been quiet and studious in school. I was the high school editor of the newspaper."
"I very much enjoyed doing 'Law & Order,' playing a killer - that was fun, and they had a family feel around the set, so it was a happy show to do even though the subject matter was quite the opposite."
"It's not a bad thing to be able to do many things onstage. If you're an entertainer, you should be able to entertain. I'm proud to say that I'm not a one-trick pony."
"I loved the Kennedy Center Honors because you just sit there, smile, wave, and cry."