Ariel Winter is an American actress whose career began at an early age. After making appearances in TV commercials, she started acting on film and television. Her first film was in 2005’s Kiss Kiss Bang Bang. She then appeared in the movies One Missed Call and Speed Racer, and even made voice acting roles in a couple of animated films like Bambi II. Her breakthrough as an actress came after getting the part of Alex Dunphy in Modern Family.
The success of Modern Family changed Winter’s career and introduced her to a mainstream audience. The show went on to become one of the most successful comedy shows on television, winning several awards. It also aired on TV for 11 seasons from 2009 to 2020, making her one an easily recognizable television star.
While being a main cast on the show, Winter landed other projects, starring in the films Killers, The Chaperone, Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred, and many others. As a voice actress, Winter is also best known as the voice of Sofia in the Disney animated series Sofia the First, which she starred in from 2012 to 2018. More recently, she starred in the films Smurfs: The Lost Village, The Last Movie Star, and Little Audrey.
Has Ariel Winter had Plastic Surgery?
The actress’ changing body has been a subject of many plastic surgery rumors. On social media, she often receives comments about going through plastic surgery to become slimmer. The actress has since denied going under the knife to change her body. However, she did admit to getting one in 2015 – a breast reduction surgery.
“I got it because I needed it,” she said in an interview with TODAY. “I needed it, I wanted it, I feel better about myself with it. I feel like I’m the way I’m supposed to be.” Starting young as an actress means growing up in front of the public, which was even harder for her because she was in a popular show all the while her body was changing. In the end, she realized it was important for her to talk about her plastic surgery publicly to help other people who also may be in her position and remind them that it’s okay to get a surgery if it’s needed.