Dakota Fanning was born on February 23, 1994 in Conyers, Georgia, United States. She began her career in 2001 as a child actress, achieving her breakthrough as Lucy in I Am Sam. The movie was both a commercial and critical hit, earning Fanning fame and cementing her as a child star. This led her to star in other well-known films, including Sweet Home Alabama and Uptown Girls. She also starred opposite Denzel Washington in Man on Fire, Robert De Niro in Hide and Seek and Tom Cruise in War of the Worlds.
Afterwards, she starred in such films as Charlotte’s Web, Cutlass, The Secret Life of Bees, and Fragments – Winged Creatures before taking the role of Jane Volturi in The Twilight Saga: New Moon released in 2009. She was already a teenager by this time. She reprised her role in the sequels The Twilight Saga: Eclipse and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2. In 2010, she portrayed Cherie Currie in the drama film The Runaways. Most recently, she acted in such movies as The Last of Robin Hood, Very Good Girls, Effie, Every Secret Thing, and The Benefactor.
Has Dakota Fanning had Plastic Surgery?
Dakota Fanning is a full grown-up young woman now. People are still used to her role as Sean Penn’s daughter in I Am Sam that it’s a bit strange seeing her play more adult-oriented roles on the big screen. Now that she’s in her 20s, some are wondering whether the young actress has already done something to enhance her appearance. Basically, she looks the same, except of course, for her projection being an adult now. But there are claims saying Fanning might have had a nose job, reshaping her nose to become more refined-looking.
Being in her early 20s, her face is flawless and radiant but the aforementioned rhinoplasty procedure was said to have caused a transformation on her face, making her look more mature and somehow more sensual. When compared to her photos when she was little, the bridge of her nose now is sharper and slimmer. There’s also the possibility that her more well-defined nose is only caused by make-up and lighting. After all, being a grown-up means having to play with cosmetic products more freely.