What plastic surgeries did Kathryn Erbe do? The actor looks typically attractive, but why not perfect to look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Kathryn Erbe’s plastic surgeries and body measurements!
Who Is Kathryn Erbe?
Kathryn born July 5, 1965 in Newton, Massachusetts. She was married to Terry Kinney from 1993 til 2006. They have two kids. Her notable movies include The Addiction, Dream with the Fishes, and Love from Ground Zero. However, Erbe is more famous thanks to TV shows. Her most popular role is Alexandra Eames from Law & Order series. She also plays in theatre. In 2014, Kathryn played Sam’s Mom on new movie Worst Friends.
Plastic Surgery Overview
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Kathryn Erbe Quotes
"'Yosemite' opened doors for me in the New York theater community in amazing ways. There's a whole world of fearless young theater makers here who put shows together on a shoestring budget and with gigantic hearts."
"I think that I have never had the confidence to really aggressively get behind myself, and so what I do tends to be - I don't want to say 'sheepish,' but there is a sheepish quality to my ability to toot my own horn. I'm very Midwestern in that way. So I just do what I like to do, and what I think I do well is not very loud, necessarily."
"Being on a major network television show is like long-distance running: You have to pace yourself and maintain your energy level and your morale. There's the role you're playing on the show, and there's also your behind-the-scenes responsibility to the crew, the guest actors and the fans - not to mention your own life as a mom."
"After 'Oz,' I've learned how to check out and not let that stuff get in."
"I forgot how scary plays are. The audience is so much a part of the night - I know that a lot of it is trying to shut that out and just do your own thing."