Abigail Breslin was born on April 14, 1996 in New York City, New York, USA. She began her career at an early age, appearing in a commercial when she was three. In 2002, when she was five, she played Mel Gibson’s daughter in Signs, which also earned her a Young Artist Award nomination. Her next film came two years later with 2004’s Raising Helen alongside Kate Hudson.
Her career further took off, thanks to her critically acclaimed performance in the 2006 movie Little Miss Sunshine, which earned her an Oscar nomination for Best Supporting Actress. In the late 2000s, she starred in the movies No Reservations, Definitely, Maybe, Nim’s Island, Kit Kittredge: An American Girl, My Sister’s Keeper, and Zombieland. She continued her prolific acting career in the 2010s with notable roles in Janie Jones, New Year’s Eve, Ender’s Game, August: Osage County, and Perfect Sisters.
Has Abigail Breslin had Plastic Surgery?
The former child star first charmed moviegoers for her role in Signs. Since then, she has been in a variety of movies, but giving topnotch performances all the same. Now that she’s no longer a child performer (she turned 19 last April), Breslin, like other former child stars, could take more adult-oriented roles one of these days. Though physically, it’s apparent how she’s changed, like a lot. That’s why it’s not surprising that the internet translates this massive transformation to works of plastic surgery. Breslin herself acknowledged in an interview how other actors don’t recognize her anymore.
For one, she dyed her brunette hair platinum blonde. And there are talks of how she had a breast augmentation, explaining the sudden growth of her breasts. For a 19-year-old, it can be amazing that she’s a cup C. Sure, some girls really have it in their biology to grow a pair of bosom that are prominently huge; but because she’s in Hollywood, there can be other possibilities. Also, her drastic transformation is also being attributed to the possibility that she has had a nose job as well. For a young woman, these are strong suspicions since both are invasive procedures. Breslin, however, hasn’t addressed said claims.