Jenny Slate Plastic Surgery Before and After

Jenny Slate was born on March 25, 1982 in Milton, Massachusetts. She started her comedic career while studying at Columbia University. After graduating, she became part of the comedic duo Gabe & Jenny with Gabe Liedman. She eventually performed a one-woman show called Jenny Slate: Dead Millionaire at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. She came to mainstream prominence in 2014 when she played the lead in the movie Obvious Child, for which she earned numerous nominations. She also won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy for her role.

That same year, she starred in the film The Longest Week. In 2015, she acted in more features, such as in Digging for Fire. She’s also a voice actress who’s had roles in the animated films The Lorax and Zootopia. This year, she starred in Joshy and My Blind Brother, and has a lot of upcoming films as well. These are The Secret Life of Pets, Brain on Fire, Gifted, and Aardvark. In addition, she has also played recurring roles on television, including on House of Lies, Parks and Recreation, and was part of the main cast of the short-lived show Married.

Has Jenny Slate had Plastic Surgery?

The 34-year-old actress is now a familiar name and face, thanks to her remarkable talent which she showed up best in Obvious Child. Now Slate is garnering more attention for her alleged romance with Captain American hottie Chris Evans. As she becomes more mainstream, the comedienne gains more fans and for this reason, she also attracts more questions. One of these is the question on her physical appearance, whether she has had any cosmetic surgery done.

Looking at her more closely seems that although she looks better now, she looks the same, at least objectively speaking. Those who recognize her would know that if there’s one feature that looks prominent on her face, it would be her nose, which is too sharp and has some bumps on the bridge. Amazing thing is, Slate doesn’t seem to mind and considers this her asset. Her nose makes her face more prominently remarkable, which probably is why the actress doesn’t think plastic surgery is appropriate.

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