Danielle Campbell Plastic Surgery Before and After

Danielle Campbell was born on January 30, 1995. She was only 11 when she made her acting debut on the television series Prison Break where she played the role of Gracey Hollander and appeared in five episodes. Her next role came a few years later with an appearance on a TV commercial and in the movie The Poker House. She gained recognition among TV audiences when she starred in the Disney Channel Original Movie Starstruck.

That same year, she made a guest appearance on the Disney show Zeke and Luther. This was in 2010. The following year, she landed her first starring on the big screen as Simone Daniels in the movie Prom. Then in 2012, she appeared in an episode of Drop Dead Diva and starred in the feature film Madea’s Witness Protection. Further success came in 2013 after landing a starring role on the spin-off of The Vampire Diaries, The Originals. On the TV show, she plays the role of Davina Claire, a role she still plays up to present.

Has Danielle Campbell had Plastic Surgery?

Ever since earning mainstream recognition courtesy of her starring character on The Originals, Campbell has been noticed for her beauty. Her romantic relationship with One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson also made her even more popular. She’s only 21, but her role on The Originals made her seem more mature than her actual age. While fans believe that it’s just her character on the show, there are those who consider the possibility that the young actress has undergone plastic surgery to enhance her physical appearance.

It is not unknown that there are young stars who take great lengths, including cosmetic procedures, to get noticed in Hollywood. Is there possibility that the The Originals star were one of them? Most fans of the actress think otherwise. They believe that although the young actress appears more sophisticated than her actual age because of her wild beauty, it doesn’t mean that she has gone under the knife. If you look at her closely, her features are perfect but natural.

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