Has Natasha Richardson Had Plastic Surgery?
Natasha Richardson looks mesmerizing whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries does the actor have in her bag of tricks?
Natasha Richardson was an English actress of film, television, and theatre. She won a Tony Award for her role in the 1998 Broadway revival of Cabaret. Her other notable works include Patty Hearst, The Parent Trap, Chelsea Walls, Maid in Manhattan and Gothic. Born Natasha Jane Richardson in Marylebone, London, England, on May 11, 1963, she was the daughter of director Tony Richardson and actress Vanessa Redgrave, and sister of actress Joely Richardson. She began acting professionally at the Open Air Theatre in London. She married Liam Neeson in 1994, and the couple had two sons: Michael in 1995 and Daniel in 1996. Natasha died in 2009, from an Epidural hematoma, after a skiing accident in Québec.
Plastic Surgery Facts
She had a nose job during her early career after casting directors said she would be stuck with character roles forever unless she changed the beak she inherited from her father, the late director Tony Richardson. Even he, and her mother Vanessa Redgrave, advised her to go ahead if she wanted to succeed.
Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Natasha Richardson 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 Natasha Richardson's body and face are natural?
Natasha Richardson Quotes
"What my father especially taught me was to not always take the safe road, the easy road. If you are going to do good work, you have to risk failing badly."
"I wake up every morning feeling lucky - which is driven by fear, no doubt, since I know it could all go away."
"I'm not the kind of actress that goes home with the character. I mean, you're thinking about the work or the next day's scenes, but not staying in character. But as a film goes on, you become more and more fragile, emotionally. And physically too, actually."
"A film is a director's vision... there is, however, much input an actor or actress can have."
"What's in the movie compared to what we shot is the tip of the iceberg."