What Plastic Surgery Has Catherine O’Hara Had?

We have listed all plastic surgeries Catherine O’Hara has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!


Actress, writer, and comedienne who became known for her roles in Beetlejuice and the Home Alone films. She played Dr. Orwell in Netflix’s A Series of Unfortunate Events.

She was an understudy for Gilda Radner on Saturday Night Live and was later given an opportunity for a position on the show, but she turned it down and the position was given to her friend Robin Duke.

She voiced numerous characters in animated films such as Chicken Little, Monster House, and The Nightmare Before Christmas.

Plastic Surgery Facts

“I’m a freak in that I’ve never had anything done to my face,” the 68-year-old said. “I don’t want to get surgery and I don’t want to get needles, other than acupuncture needles,” said the star of “Home Alone” and “Beetlejuice.” “I believe we should embrace and respect age and love ourselves for it.”

Take a look at the table below. It shows whether or not Catherine O'Hara went under the knife for different kinds of plastic surgery procedures.

Catherine O'Hara - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)N/A
Breast AugmentationN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Can you tell from the photos whether Catherine O'Hara's body and face are natural?

Who needs cosmetic surgery when in possession of Catherine O'Hara's phenomenal charisma?
Catherine O'Hara never needed any plastic surgery, she was already radiant and a natural beauty. Are the facial plastic surgery rumors to be taken seriously?

Catherine O'Hara Quotes

"I think the best dramatic actors know how to tap into their character's humor."

Catherine O'Hara

"I guess the more women are present and out there in life, the more their stories will be told. I don't know. Their stories have always been told on Lifetime."

Catherine O'Hara

"I only want to write. I don't care about directing, really. I've tried it, and it was fun, but it's not like I have to."

Catherine O'Hara

"When you're writing, you're putting thought into what you want to express, and then you come up with it - it comes to you. When you're improvising, it's the same thing. You're writing. You just say it out loud right then, instead of saying, 'You think this might work?'"

Catherine O'Hara

"I mean, I knew I wanted to do this kind of thing in school, but to actually have somebody that would bring you into that world, that was really exciting, you know?"

Catherine O'Hara