We all want to look our best, and Madeline Zima is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Madeline Zima get plastic surgery to maintain her alluring looks?
Who Is Madeline Zima?
Madeline was born September 16, 1985 in New Haven, Connecticut. She has Polish ancestry. She became famous as child actress in TV show The Nanny, where she played Grace Sheffield. Later, Zima appeared in more adult roles including Californication, The Collector, and Heroes. Her flawless measurements led many directors to expose her in scenes, where she wears only tiny bikini, hot lingerie, or other daring outfits. Her slim well-proportioned figure with nice bra size is definitely an ultimate bikini body.
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 Madeline Zima's plastic surgery history.
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Madeline Zima Quotes
"Strike the right balance between your outfit and makeup. Make a statement with one, not both."
"It's just not a good idea to drink and drive; that is just common sense. But common sense is not that common!"
"I think a great first date would be something different... not like movies or going to dinner... going rock climbing together... doing an activity and then going to dinner, so that you guys share an experience, and then you have something to talk about, and it's not the same old thing."
"When you do well at an audition, it is the highest high you can achieve because you just beat yourself. You became whatever it was, for a minute. It's a great feeling when that happens."
"I grew up with a lot of people who are famous now. I was friends with Hilary and Haley Duff. They are such lovely girls. I have watched their careers blossom, which I am really happy for. I grew up with Ashley Tisdale; we used to both live in Valencia, so we used to hang out back in the day."