We all want to look our best, and Sarah Bolger is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Sarah Bolger get plastic surgery to maintain her lovely looks?
Sarah was born 28 February 1991 in Dublin, Ireland. Her famous TV show roles are Mary Tudor on The Tudors and Princess Aurora on Once Upon a Time. It looks like directors notices how great she looks in all those princess dresses. But for 2015, Bolger went from cute to sexy and undressed almost everything for Esquire. Does it mean that she’s ready for more adult roles? She certainly has body measurements for that.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Sarah Bolger 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 Sarah Bolger's body and face are natural?
Sarah Bolger Quotes
"You know what it is, when I'm playing a role sometimes, I just tend to stay in that role. It's easier to maintain. We just shot a pilot in a very thick American accent. I feel like the character lives in me. Of course, my family tease me about it."
"I think a handful of the roles that I've gotten to play are characters whom I've lived that are like younger versions of me but who are maybe more naive and a little bit wilder than when I was. And I've gotten to play 16 and 17 when I was a little bit older, so I got to pull from experience."
"I couldn't imagine falling in love with someone on set. But then, maybe that is one of the messages of 'Halal Daddy.' You never know when and with whom you'll find love."
"Ireland's always going to be my home, but so much is filmed in L.A., so you have to spend time out here."
"My grandmother was a huge influence on me. She allowed me to be my flamboyant self as a kid. She babysat me; auditions came later - by later, I mean six years old. She sang and played piano, and I'd sit beside her. I don't know how confident I am, but I think you need it to survive in this industry."