Hilary Swank Plastic Surgery Before and After

Hilary Ann Swank was born on July 30, 1974 in Lincoln, Nebraska. Her acting career started when she made her debut in 1992’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer. She later made her breakout role in 1994’s The Next Karate Kid. She also became known on television for her portrayal of Carly Reynolds on Beverly Hills, 90210.

She rose to international prominence in 1999 when she starred as Brandon Teena in Boys Don’t Cry, which earned her the Oscar for Best Actress. She once again achieved critical acclaim for her role as an amateur boxer in 2004’s Million Dollar Baby, for which she won her second Oscar for Best Actress.

Has Hilary Swank had Plastic Surgery?

The award-winning actress has long established herself as a top performer, her acting prowess ensuring her ticket to Hollywood’s A-list. But despite her notable roles on film being associated with a boyish image, Swank wasn’t able to escape rumors concerning her physical appearance, which other people think may have been enhanced through plastic surgery. Prior to her success in Boys Don’t Cry, the actress had a tinier cup size but come after her major breakthrough, fans and critics alike noticed a promising improvement on her chest, which has distinctively gone fuller and rounder.

While there are also those who believe that the actress is just naturally busty, rumors about her breast augmentation refuse to die down, especially with the support of some plastic surgeons like Dr. Anthony Youn. Of the possibility of Swank’s plastic surgery, Dr. Youn said: “After her much-publicized breakup with husband Chad Lowe, Hilary Swank appears to have gotten a breast augmentation.” He explained: “People who have recently ended a long-term relationship quite often undergo plastic surgery. For many of them, it symbolizes a new beginning, or a transformation into a new person.” It doesn’t seem Swank would really go for it for rebound’s sake though.

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