What plastic surgery procedures did Christian Serratos do? Below we gathered Christian Serratos’ plastic surgery facts like nose jobs, botox, lips, and boob jobs. Check it out!
Who Is Christian Serratos?
Christian was born September 21, 1990 in California. She has Mexican, Irish, and Italian ancestry. As a kid, Christina was starring on TV show Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide as Suzie Crabgrass. Serratos played also in Twilight trilogy, 96 Minutes, and 7500. Since 2014, Serratos plays Rosita Espinosa on popular TV series Walking Dead. We are sure she has a more great roles ahead of her. She posed for Maxim and FHM. In 2010, Maxim chose her as #65 on it’s Hot 100 list. Christian also posed nude in PETA campaign against fur clothing. This issue is very close to her, since she’s a vegetarian.
Plastic Surgery Overview
There is noting implying that Serratos ever had a nose job.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Christian Serratos' plastic surgery history.
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Christian Serratos Quotes
"When I stopped eating meat, I noticed that it was easier for me to focus, and I was really proud of myself for being green also... I had a plethora of reasons for going vegetarian."
"I have a terrible, terrible fear of knives. I only buy food that I don't need to cut... I haven't cut my food in years! Like, I won't even touch a plastic knife or anything sharp. And if I'm in a kitchen and somebody picks up a knife, I leave."
"I listen to the Mars Volta and Fiona Apple every day. I feel if you do write music, you write what you listen to, and you couldn't possibly write in another genre. So those are the two that I usually use."
"I'm not a really big comic book person. I know the typical ones - 'Spider-Man' and 'Wonder Woman' and 'Storm' and that stuff. But don't quiz me, because I'm not good at things like that."
"My first on-screen kiss was lame: Nickelodeon. But my first real-life kiss was super cute and nice, but still very awkward. It was with this hot skateboarder with dreadlocks. He was my little Rasta man."