Has Michaela Coel Had Plastic Surgery?

Michaela Coel’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check whether she has undergone cosmetic surgery!

Short Bio

Poet, singer-songwriter, and actress who wrote the play Chewing Gum Dreams, which was soon-after awarded the Alfred Fagon Award. It later became a television series, Chewing Gum, in which she starred in and won the Best Female Comedy Performance in the British Academy Television Awards.

She trained at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, England.

In 2016 she appeared in several episodes of the E4 series The Aliens and the same year appeared in Netflix’s series Black Mirror. In 2021, she became the first Black woman to win an Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing for a Limited Series, Movie, or Dramatic Special for her work on I May Destroy You.

Michaela Coel's Plastic Surgeries

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 Michaela Coel has done:

Michaela Coel - Cosmetic Procedures
Nose JobN/A
Boob JobN/A
Breast ReductionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt LiftN/A
Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)N/A

Plastic Surgery Pics

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What has two eyes, a captivating smile, and looks lovelily glorious? Michaela Coel does not hesitate to bask in the spotlight.

Quotes by Michaela Coel

"I took what I was given in Christianity and put it into my secular, hedonistic life."

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"Black isn't something I became after a car crash that I've been dealing with ever since. I'd like the colour of my skin to not be a factor in my life at all."

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"My sets are not peaceful. It's a beautiful catastrophe. I am running around like a headless chicken. I don't sleep because I am writing. It's manic."

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"Chewing Gum' is a sitcom set on an estate in east London. Its central character is a girl from a Pentecostal background who decides to embark on a more worldly lifestyle - it's about adolescence 10 years too late. In my dreams, everybody is watching it, finding out about my world and realising it's not what they imagined. That it's not terrifying."

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"We live in a world where if you're white, an upper-class male of extreme privilege, and able-bodied, and you're nothing that takes you away from that norm, then you're going to have - then the world will not assign you problems because of what you are. That is actually the world we live in."

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