We have listed all plastic surgeries Hannah Murray has, and has not, done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Hannah was born 1 July 1989 in Bristol, UK. Both her parents work at Bristol University so it’s no wonder they wanted their daughter to pursue a college degree. Hannah earned it at Queens’ College, Cambridge. She majored in English. Murray’s acting career started in 2007 with her role of Cassie Ainsworth in TV series Skins. She later appeared in several films, such as Dark Shadows and The Numbers Station. Many fans also know her as Gilly from fantasy series Game of Thrones. According to some rumors, Hannah is dating co-star John Bradley also in real life! But the couple didn’t confirm that yet. What do you think?
Plastic Surgery Facts
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Hannah Murray 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 Hannah Murray's body and face are natural?
Hannah Murray Quotes
"I really loved animals when I was little - my friend and I had an imaginary vet's office; we would mime doing surgery on animals. We treated more injuries than illnesses - fixing with a baby bear with a broken leg, removing a tumor. Of course, our surgeries would take about five seconds; that's how good we were."
"I don't think there's any show comparable to 'Game of Thrones' in terms of the way it does the fantasy element to such a high standard: everything is created with so much care and detail. You really feel like you are transported into this entirely other fictional place."
"Do people ever ask me to say 'Wow?' Never in interviews, but a few times on the street. I don't do it. I try to get away from them as quickly as possible and explain that I'm not a performing seal."
"Skins' is about a group of teenagers in Bristol, and it's all about what they get up to and all the different things they do. I think it's a good show because it's come from a very real place, and there's a lot of young people involved in the writing."
"I can remember on the first day on 'Chatroom,' it was just one scene for the whole day, which was a really nice luxury to have."