It is no secret Cassandra Peterson went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the movie actress wants to look her best, just like most of us. Learn all about Cassandra Peterson’s boob job.
Who Is Cassandra Peterson?
Cassandra was born September 17, 1951 in Manhattan, Kansas. She’s natural redhead but she gained a lot of fame when she colored her hair black and wore gothic costume with hot cleavage. She hosted Elvira’s Movie Macabre in this outfit. Young Peterson started her career as a go-go dancer in a bar. After finishing school, Peterson moved to Las Vegas and became showgirl. She had some smaller roles in various movies but her biggest success was character of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. In younger years, Cassandra also often posed nude and her fans were mesmerized by her flawless curves and body measurements. Her natural bra size was already pretty large but later, Peterson went through plastic surgery that further enhanced her bust.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Marked by fate to become Elvira It was no different for a young Cassandra Peterson. As a very young child, she suffered scalding burns over 35% of her body that resulted in her needing to have a host of skin graft surgeries.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Cassandra Peterson's plastic surgery history.
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Cassandra Peterson Quotes
"I had this grand idea that Elvira's kind of the Santa Claus of Halloween - at the malls, you'd have an Elvira there. Girls would dress as Elvira just like guys dress as Santa Claus, and it's not the real thing, but they'll pose for pictures, sign autographs. Of course, I couldn't go around to every mall, so we'd have to get more Elviras."
"I am very, very anti-slasher."
"If ever there was a holiday that deserves to be commercialized, it's Halloween. We haven't taken it away from kids. We've just expanded it so that the kid in adults can enjoy it, too."
"Horror, for me, has to involve some sort of fantasy. Horror is something that is in your dreams or your nightmares."