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Who Is Debbie Reynolds?
Debbie was born April 1, 1932 in El Paso, Texas. In 1948, young Debbie won the Miss Burbank beauty contest and soon after that was offered her first film contract. Some of her memorable movies are Two Weeks with Love, Give a Girl a Break, Tammy and the Bachelor, and Divorce American Style. Reynolds herself got married (and divorced) three times. Carrie Fisher known as original Princess Leia is one of her children. In 2016, Reynolds died of severe stroke.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Debbie Reynolds' plastic surgery history.
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Debbie Reynolds Quotes
"Old age is a wonderful time of life. At least, that's what everyone tells you. But let me tell you: it is not true. What's true is that your hips, knees and ankles gradually give up on you - everything is quite dreadful, really. And it was a terrible thing to have told us because we believed it."
"I was just like Jennifer Aniston with Brad Pitt when he fell in love with Angelina Jolie."
"The Unsinkable Molly Brown' was my favorite for me to be in because it was all dancing. There were other musicals that I made with Donald O'Connor and Gene Kelly that were wonderful pictures, and we had a lot of fun making them."
"I wanted to have no ribs. I wore what was called a waist-nipper in those days. My mother made it. It's a piece of rubber band I wore around to hold my rib cage in. I don't know why I always loved that. I guess I was a glutton for punishment. I think I was born one of those people who loved swords and fought in armor."
"Gene Kelly was a little tough, and he used to yell at me on the set."