Eiza Gonzalez’s Plastic Surgery (Nose Job) – See Transformation
Yes, Eiza Gonzalez had plastic surgery in the form of a nose job. Check out the transformation in the images below. Was the cosmetic procedure worth it? At least the actor seems to believe so.
Eiza was born January 30, 1990 in Caborca, Mexico. Her mother is a former Mexican model, Glenda Reyna. So it’s no surprise that Eiza inherited her beauty. Gonzales suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder. In 2013, young Eiza moved to Los Angeles and started dating actor Liam Hemswort. While the couple broke up, her career really speed up in Californian movie hub. She’s now starring as Santanico Pandemonium on horror TV series From Dusk till Dawn.
Plastic Surgery Facts
In a 2011 interview, Eiza Gonzalez openly admitted to getting a nose job. “There was no medical reason for the procedure,” reports Us Weekly; “she said she just didn’t like the way she looked.”
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Eiza Gonzalez went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||Yes|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Can you tell from the photos whether Eiza Gonzalez's body and face are natural?
Eiza Gonzalez Quotes
"I studied in American school, so yes, I grew up speaking English and Spanish. Obviously, Spanish is my first language."
"I use a lot of sunblock, which is something I learned from my mother at a young age - to stay out of the sun and be careful of skin cancer. We live in a time where global warming is at its maximum level. The ozone is destroyed, and our skin is exposed to sunbeams on a daily basis."
"It's really hard to have your voice heard in a man's world. People are always comparing women and bringing them down - that, I'm completely against. We have an obligation as women to not pit ourselves against each other, because men are going to do it for us."
"I'm happy and I'm focused on my work... it's incredible to be able to work with 20th Century Fox and to keep opening doors for Mexicans and Latins in the United States."
"Any neuroscience book is the death of me. I'm currently obsessed with 'The Moral Landscape' from Sam Harris. He's a controversial writer addressing science and religion while talking about the deep undertaking of your brain."