What Plastic Surgery Has Mary Steenburgen Done?
It’s only natural to want to look astonishing. So what plastic surgeries have Mary Steenburgen done to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.
Mary was born February 8, 1953 in Newport, Arkansas. Young Mary moved to Manhattan, New York and her first job was waitressing. Some of her notable movies are Miss Firecracker, Parenthood, and Back to the Future Part III. In 2015, Steenburgen should appear on A Walk in the Woods. Mary’s first husband was Malcolm McDowell but they divorced in 1990. She currently lives with her second husband Ted Danson. She has two kids from first marriage.
Mary Steenburgen'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 Mary Steenburgen has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pics
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Quotes by Mary Steenburgen
"I wish sometimes people wouldn't underestimate me. But it's a fleeting wish. It's not where I live."
"I remember when I was growing up and watching southern people depicted on television, I thought, 'Well, based on what I'm seeing, I guess I'm supposed to be stupid and racist.' It's still, sadly, the easy route for a writer to go."
"I feel like I'm attracted to characters who have one foot firmly planted on the ground. And their heads up in the clouds somewhere. Practical dreamers. They try to impress you that they've got this whole thing figured out, but there's more going on inside their heads than you might imagine."
"We're all very fond of a black box in our living room that works on diminishment of images, that spoons somebody up in a very limited way. It can be a reduction at its worst."
"I write music as a staff writer for Universal Music Group, and I have since 2007. I've never talked about it publicly because I wanted to earn the right to be in the same room as the great writers I write with and not shoot my mouth off because I'm an actor. It's really important to me, and I really care about it."