Did Juno Temple Go Under the Knife?
Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a actor like Juno Temple, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Juno Temple fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts below.
Juno was born 21 July 1989 in London, UK. Her acting career started when she was small kid in movie Pandaemonium. However she became more popular with adult roles. For example as London in Kaboom or Dottie Smith in Killer Joe. Her boyfriend is actor Michael Angarano. In 2014, she will appear as Sally on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. She’s still young and we bet she has great career ahead of her.
Plastic Surgery Facts
Given Juno’s statement below, it seems unlikely that she will undergo plastic surgery anytime soon.
“You do spend a lot of time being around people that panic about aging because you’re just like, ‘Oh God, I’m going to pass my sell-by date at any minute,’” Juno said. “We forget that actually, as women, we grow more and more comfortable in our bodies and in our existence as we get older — and we care less about the exterior presentation and more about the interior presentation, I think.”
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Juno Temple 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 Juno Temple's body and face are natural?
Juno Temple Quotes
"I never wanted to go to drama school. I thought that was too many eggs in one basket."
"It's important you don't lose touch with reality because, well, reality's the only thing you've got, really."
"I love independent films. I love going to see them. I love being a part of them because it kind of feels like 'all for one and one for all.' It can be really challenging but also really rewarding because sometimes you have to do so much stuff in a day, but I like that challenge, and you make such amazing friends."
"I think being in touch with your emotions is very key as an actor, and I think experiencing life is the only way to be in touch with your emotions."
"It's so rare that you actually get the part that you really, really, really want."