Emily Procter Plastic Surgery Before and After

Emily Mallory Procter was born on Raleigh, North Carolina in the US. She was adopted as an infant by William Procter and Barbara Jones. After graduating from Ravenscroft School, she studied at the East Carolina University where she finished degrees in journalism and dance. Subsequently, she was hired by WNCT-TV as a weather anchor.

She then had a change of heart about her profession and decided to try acting instead, moving to Los Angeles and attending an acting school for two years. She got lucky as she has landed jobs even before finishing her acting studies, appearing in such films as Leaving Las Vegas and Jerry Maguire. On the small screen, she became known for her role as Ainsley Hayes in The West Wing and for playing Calleigh Duquesne in CSI: Miami.

Has Emily Procter had Plastic Surgery?

Being a household name, thanks to her starring role in CSI: Miami, made Procter more susceptible to plastic surgery rumors. After all, the actress is in her late 40s and it is not unusual for celebrities who show signs of ageing to turn to cosmetic procedures for physical remedies. Her appearances in the first few seasons of CSI: Miami presented a more natural-looking Emily Procter compared to her present appearance, which prompted observers to assume that plastic surgery may have used its magical wonders on Procter to shave her of her years, making her look younger.

According to reports, it is possible that the celebrity has had several enhancements done on her face, including Botox, cheek fillers, and lip fillers as well. These speculations were based on the fact that her face has gone too flawless and tight-looking, indications that she has been receiving some cosmetic procedures. It is also highly possible that she has undergone liposuction, which explains why she reclaimed her tiny physique after giving birth to a daughter in 2010. The actress, however, hasn’t commented on these claims.

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