James Roday looks impressive whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries does the TV actor have in his bag of tricks?
Who Is James Roday?
Became known to audiences for his role as the observant psychic impersonator Shawn Spencer on USA’s Psych. In 2018, he’d begin playing Gary on ABC’s A Million Little Things. His film credits include Beerfest and The Dukes of Hazzard.
He played his first movie role at the age of 18 in the 1999 film Coming Soon.
He had his first recurring television role on the drama series First Years in 2001. He was nominated for a Satellite Award for Best Actor in a Series, Comedy or Musical for Psych.
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 James Roday's plastic surgery history.
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James Roday Quotes
"And I have to say, for the record, my favorite line from 'Without A Clue' is after Michael Caine pokes a dead body with a stick and announces to everyone, 'It is my opinion that this man is dead.'"
"As soon as I knew we were going to be doing tribute episodes, and as soon as I knew the landscape of 'Psych' allowed us to do homages, the show creator and I both had respective dreams. His was a musical episode, and mine was a 'Twin Peaks' episode."
"Without banging a drum or getting on a soap box, there are always ebbs and tides in this country in terms of the political and social climate that we might be dealing with at any given moment."
"Gallows humor is part of our coping mechanism. It's part of our grief process. If we don't know what else to do, we laugh. That's a very real thing."
"I remember one night, my parents were out at a function of some kind and I had just gotten cable in my room. That was a big deal, and I saw 'Blue Velvet' on HBO. It blew my mind in a way that I don't think children's minds are supposed to be blown, but they probably shouldn't be watching 'Blue Velvet.'"