What Plastic Surgery Has Whitney Cummings Done?
Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a comedian, like Whitney Cummings, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Whitney Cummings fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts and body measurements below.
Whitney was born September 4, 1982 in Washington, D.C. She’s a co-creator of famus TV show 2 Broke Girls. Besides of her stand-up comedies, Cummings is also involved in regular acting. She guest-starred on TV shows like What About Brian, Tell Me You Love Me, and The Tony Rock Project. Her probably most famous role is Whitney on the show with the same name. Her favorite topics are gender differences and relationships.
Whitney Cummings' Plastic Surgeries
Whitney Cummings got three breast surgeries to help overcome body insecurities.
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 Whitney Cummings has done:
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)||Unknown|
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Whitney Cummings. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
I remember my agent at ICM at the beginning of my career telling me that I wasn’t pretty enough, that I was always going to be a quirky sidekick. And he was an ogre of a man. He should have been carrying a torch. If he was in a bar, he couldn’t have come near me, and then he was deciding my fate.
After school, I’d wait for someone to pick me up and no one would, so I’d be like, ‘I guess I’ll walk home.’ I had to be a hustler, because nobody did anything for me.
There was a time in L.A. when I drove to 7-Eleven to go grocery shopping, and I locked my keys in my car, which wasn’t insured. My wallet was in there, and I couldn’t call AAA, because I only had $7 in my bank account. It was one of those moments where I was like, ‘O.K., I literally have nothing right now.’
I have a theory, which is that the idea of a roast is to go to this forbidden, uncomfortable, almost performance-art-level shock place, but because we’re so regularly shocked and offended today, the idea of an hour and a half of unbridled negativity is just so unappealing.
I feel like, in a lot of shows where the woman is in charge, the woman is this ball buster and the guy is sort of weak and spineless. And that’s never been my experience in a relationship. I think it’s much more interesting that the guy is the boss. And there are stakes.