Melanie Griffith Plastic Surgery Before and After

Melanie Griffith was born on August 9, 1957. Her career started during the ’70s, first working in independent movies. She rose to mainstream fame during the ’80s where she starred in Brian de Palma’s film Body Double in 1984. She next starred in the comedy film Something Wild, for which her performance was also praised. It was, however, her role in the 1988 film Working Girl that cemented her success and earned her an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress and won her the Golden Globe.

She continued her prolific career throughout the 1990s, starring in such movies as Buffalo Girls, Shining Through, Crazy in Alabama, and RKO 281, among others. Other film credits during this period were in Pacific Heights, Milk Money, Mulholland Falls, Lolita, and Another Day in Paradise. By 2000s, she became more active on television. She starred as Lee Arnold on Twins and guest-starred on such shows as Nip/Tuck. In the 2010s, Griffith played Clara Williams, a recurring character on Hawaii Five-0. Her latest film roles were in 2017’s The Disaster Artist and The Pirates of Somalia.

Has Melanie Griffith had Plastic Surgery?

Pretty much, yes, and she’s not happy about it now. While she didn’t elaborate on the procedures she’d done, she admitted that she was unaware of how the cosmetic surgeries she said she had over 20 years ago had radically changed her looks.”No, I didn’t [realize] until people started saying, ‘Oh my god, what has she done?!’ I was so hurt,” said the actress. “I went to a different doctor, and he started dissolving all of this s–t that this other woman doctor had put in. Hopefully, I look more normal now.” Prior to this admission, the Working Girl star actually denied having plastic surgery in previous interviews years back. Despite her face drastically changing that many thought she was unrecognizable, she was insistent she didn’t go under the knife. Not until in an interview with Porter magazine in 2017 that she got candid about her plastic surgery regrets.

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