Dianna Elise Agron was born on April 30, 1986 in Savannah, Georgia to Mary and Hyatt hotels general manager Ronald S. Agron. She began her career on television with guest roles in such TV shows as CSI: NY, Numb3rs, and Veronica Mars.
She was also known for her character as Debbie Marshall in the TV series Heroes. Her breakthrough came as Quinn Fabray in the hit musical series Glee. She went on to gain recognition for her roles in the films T.K.O., The Romantics, Burlesque, The Hunters and I Am Number Four.
Has Dianna Agron had Plastic Surgery?
Agron is one of the few celebrities in Hollywood who admitted to undergoing plastic surgery. In an interview with David Letterman on August 2, 2011, she confessed to having two nose jobs to fix her deviated septum. So clearly, as the actress had shared, it was for medical reasons, not cosmetic.
The first rhinoplasty was done when she was in high school to correct the damage of a broken nose while the second procedure was done when she was on tour with Glee after she had a “collision” accident while dancing and partying with some friends. With this, we can conclude that her being accident prone led Agron to going under the knife at a young age.