Did Chris D’Elia Undergo Plastic Surgery?
Chris D’Elia looks lovely whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries does the comedian have in his bag of tricks?
Known best for playing Alex Miller on the NBC situation comedy Whitney, this comedian and actor was also a series regular on TBS’s Glory Daze and a star of NBC’s Undateable.
After dropping out of college, he began a career as a standup comedian, performing on such television comedy programs as Comedy Central Presents and Live at Gotham.
He released a 2013 parody rap album titled Such Is Life. D’Elia is sober and consumes neither drugs nor alcohol.
He is the son of Ellie Dombroski D’Elia and television producer Bill D’Elia. His brother, Matt D’Elia, is an actor and filmmaker.
D’Elia appeared with fellow comedian Whitney Cummings on two seasons of the television series Whitney.
Chris D'Elia's Plastic Surgeries
Chris D’Elia Got A Nose Job For A Deviated Septum “I said I got a nose, that’s not entirely true. I mean I did get a job on my nose and it was a deviated septum, because I couldn’t breathe for a long time and I didn’t know that,” he said about the procedure.
Whether it's classical cosmetic enhancements like a boob job or more obscure things like eyelid surgery, here is a list of all the known plastic surgeries Chris D'Elia has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Chris D'Elia. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
Quotes by Chris D'Elia
"I would never say that I'm good at being on dates. I think I like to try to find a connection with somebody, like, that's my main thing. I think that maybe if you find a connection with a girl on a date, that's like the No. 1 thing, and then it's like, 'Cool, that was a great date.'"
"I'm a selfish person, and I'm going onstage to have a good time, and I'd love if you want to be a part of it. So if people don't get it, they're wrong. I think they're wrong, and I think they either don't want to have a good time or they just don't like my style."
"I never really feel like just standing there and telling jokes. I want to move around. In fact, it's hard for me to write a joke where I don't end up on the ground for some reason. Hey, at least that way, I know no comics will steal my jokes. Too many bruises."
"I definitely am a performer, and there are different styles of stand-up; I mean, some people are writers and they get onstage to get jokes out, and that's definitely not what I do. I like to just go up and, if I'm telling a story about someone, I'll play his or her part."
"Whitney Cummings is one of the hardest working people I know, and she's very motivated."