Has Roger Ebert Had Plastic Surgery?

We think Roger Ebert has an alluring look regardless of whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Did Roger Ebert get a nose job? Does Roger Ebert have fake boobs? All plastic surgery info, including facelift, nose job, botox, and lips, is listed below!


Legendary Chicago Sun-Times movie critic who worked with Gene Siskel and won a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.

In high school, he was interested in science fiction.

He was the first film critic to win the Pulitzer Prize, due in part to his down-home critical style, which influenced a whole generation of critics.

He married Chaz Hammelsmith in 1992.

He was known for being a film critic much like Pauline Kael.

Plastic Surgery Facts

Ebert, who lost the lower part of his jaw and his voice box after complications from thyroid and salivary gland cancer, appeared in a segment at the end of the show with his new prosthetic chin and an artificial voice in place of what he lost. “I will wear the prosthesis on the new television show.

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

Roger Ebert - Plastic Surgery Overview
Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)N/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A

Plastic Surgery Pictures

Can you tell from the photos whether Roger Ebert's body and face are natural?

The journalist is looking gorgeous. It must be a breeze to stand in the limelight when boasting such an impressive figure as Roger Ebert.
Congratulations: Roger Ebert is looking phenomenal. The journalist looks outstanding as ever, and it's hard to say if cosmetic surgery of any kind is involved.

Roger Ebert Quotes

"Teaching prejudice to a child is itself a form of bullying. You've got to be taught to hate."

Roger Ebert

"There must be a better reason to have a baby than to provide a plot point in a rom-com. Don't you think?"

Roger Ebert

"Dogs notice, they share, they draw conclusions, they like it when they're able to be of service and are touchingly grateful when they're praised."

Roger Ebert

"It's a good question, because a movie isn't good or bad based on its politics. It's usually good or bad for other reasons, though you might agree or disagree with its politics."

Roger Ebert

"Why is it that English, drama and music teachers are most often recalled as our mentors and inspirations? Maybe because artists are rarely members of the popular crowd."

Roger Ebert