Molly Quinn Plastic Surgery Before and After

Molly Quinn was born on October 8, 1993 in Texarkana, Texas, United States. When she was six, she performed in the local production of The Nutcracker. She began taking acting classes afterwards. In 2007, she made her film debut in Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, playing a small role. Two years later, she appeared in the movie My One and Only. During the same period in 2009, she began starring as Alexis Castle, Richard Castle’s daughter on the TV series Castle.

Even up to now, she still plays the said role, thanks to the show’s popularity. While still working on the show, she simultaneously starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Avalon High in 2010. She also appeared as Princess Bloom in Winx Club: The Secret of the Lost Kingdom. In the 2010s, she appeared in the movies The First Time, Hansel & Gretel Get Baked, and We’re the Millers.

Has Molly Quinn had Plastic Surgery?

The young actress is already a familiar face among television viewers, thanks to her starring role in Castle. She was only in her late teens when she first appeared on the show, but now that she’s in her early 20s, fans can say she looks so different. Of course, there’s the age factor. She’s grown up and it’s apparent that maturity has loomed over her. But some are thinking there might be more than that. Her notable transformation, particularly her increased cup size, has made some people suspect that she’s undergone breast implants.

For some, it may be unlikely because she’s only 21, but we all know that other young women have had plastic surgery at a younger age. Besides, nothing is impossible in Hollywood especially when it comes to looking perfect. So, is this the case for Quinn? Generally, being a young woman, it’s expected of her to show changes on her face and body. Since she doesn’t really show strong signs of cosmetic procedures, it’s fair to attribute her more prominent cleavage to her body’s natural tendency to change. Molly Quinn looks to be plastic surgery-free, at least for now.

Molly Quinn

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *