Has Olivia Colman Had Plastic Surgery?

What plastic surgery procedures did Olivia Colman do? Below we gathered Olivia Colman’s plastic surgery facts like nose jobs, botox, lips, and boob jobs. Check it out!


Sarah Caroline Colman is an English actress born on 30th January 1974. She was born to a nurse mother and a chartered surveyor father at Norwich, Norfolk. At the age of 16 while playing a role for school production Colman realized her passion for acting. She began her career by appearing in several BBC, Channel 4 and ITV television programs such as The Office, Bruiser and The Time of Your Life. In 2003, Olivia received prominence for her supporting role as Sophie Chapman in the comedy series Peep Show. Upcoming years brought more success to her and Colman starred in the comedy roles including Green Wing, Rev and Twenty Twelve. Moreover, Olivia performed a variety of roles in That Mitchell and Webb Look alongside David Mitchell and Robert Webb. In addition to television, she as well appeared in numerous films and earned critical acclaim. Her major film roles included Tyrannosaur, The Iron Lady, Hot Fuzz and The Lobster.

Plastic Surgery Facts

We’re used to stars being coy about any cosmetic procedures they may have had, but Olivia Colman has no such qualms. The 41-year-old Broadchurch actress says she has had Botox, and loved it – but kept the treatment secret from her husband, Ed Sinclair, at first.

Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Olivia Colman went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.

Olivia Colman - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)N/A
Breast AugmentationN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A

Olivia Colman Quotes

"If a script is good, you are 10 steps into the part just reading it. But my choices are not all down to my taste. It is about people you have worked with before."

Olivia Colman

"I'm always keen to have more training as a charity patron."

Olivia Colman

"I grew up in north Norfolk, which certainly used to have an enormous sense of community. There are more and more second homes there now, so I'm not sure how that has damaged it. But where I live in South London, there is a beautiful community; it's the friendliest place I have ever lived, which comes as a surprise to non-Londoners."

Olivia Colman

"I love my job and I know I am very lucky but still, if you audition and you don't get it, it still affects you."

Olivia Colman

"For some reason, people imagine that dramatic things happen to people who don't look beautiful."

Olivia Colman