Gabrielle Anwar Plastic Surgery Before and After

Gabrielle Anwar was born on February 4, 1970 in Laleham, United Kingdom to film actress Shirley Hills and film producer Tariq Anwar. Interested in performing at a young age, she later left for London to attend the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts. She then began her acting career on British television with her first notable role as Sam Black in Press Gang.

In 1991, she made her Hollywood debut in the film If Looks Could Kill. The following year, she gained notice for her minor yet remarkable part in 1992’s Scent of a Woman. She has since appeared in the films Body Snatchers, The Three Musketeers, Innocent Lies, and The Grave. On television, she became known for playing Princess Margaret in The Tudors and Fiona Glenanne in Burn Notice.

Has Gabrielle Anwar had Plastic Surgery?

45-year-old Gabrielle Anwar has been widely known as the Tango Girl in the critically acclaimed film Scent of a Woman. Since then, mainstream viewers have been exposed to her ethereal-like beauty. Even though she hasn’t really gotten involved with major Hollywood productions enough to secure international stardom, Anwar is still a face worth remembering. Now that she’s in her mid 40s, fans can still say the same thing.

However, there are rumors about the actress involving her with plastic surgery. One is of breast augmentation. Those who have followed her career would know that she has lost weight these days, making her body appear more toned, and of course, slimmer. Strangely, her breasts’ size remains the same, which should normally be smaller than its original appearance had her breasts been natural. There are also talks of the actress undergoing lip and nose procedures to explain her new facial features. When compared to her previous look, her current appearance is notably sharper in presentation. Could this really be because of plastic surgery? Or just the natural effects of ageing?

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