Cameron Michelle Diaz was born on August 30, 1972 in San Diego, California to import-export agent Billie Joann and UNOCAL field gauger Emilio Luis Diaz. At age 16, she began a career in fashion modeling, working with Elite Model Management. She rose to stardom for her role in 1994’s The Mask, which also established her as a sex symbol.
She then starred in the 1998 smash hit There’s Something About Mary and achieved critical acclaim for her role in 1999’s Being John Malkovich. She further rose to international stardom as Natalie Cook in the blockbuster hit Charlie’s Angels.
Has Cameron Diaz had Plastic Surgery?
The A-list star is one of the celebrities in Hollywood to confirm that she had gone under the knife before, though she made it clear that it was for medical reasons instead of cosmetic. She revealed that she was involved in a surfing accident in the past leaving her nose damaged.
In an interview, she stated that she just had to get her nose fixed as the surfing accident resulted in a breathing problem as one side of her nose was shattered. Plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn called the procedure a septum repair. Its main purpose is to restore breathing, but at the same time it can also be of use cosmetically speaking as it can enhance a crooked nose.
When asked about what her thoughts on plastic surgery are, the Charlie Angels actress said she’s not comfortable with the idea of cutting herself up and hopes that she doesn’t became so vain as to consider succumbing to cosmetic procedures.