What plastic surgery procedures did Mary McDonnell do? Below we gathered Mary McDonnell’s body measurements and plastic surgery facts like nose job, botox, lips, and boob job. Check it out!
Who Is Mary McDonnell?
Mary was born April 28, 1952 in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. She is known for her role as President Laura Roslin, in Battlestar Galactica and as the First Lady in Independence Day. In 1990, she also starred in Dances with Wolves, where she played with actor Kevin Costner and Graham Greene. In the Independence Day, Mary co-starred with Will Smith, Bill Pullman, and Vivica A. Fox. Her latest movie appearances are in 2011, Scream 4 and Margin Call. After closing TV series The Closer in 2012, she returned with same character – Captain Sharon Raydor, in the spin-off Major Crimes that will air it’s fourth season on June 8, 2015.
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 Mary McDonnell's plastic surgery history.
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Mary McDonnell Quotes
"That moment was very important because it was political. That's what has to be done, so they struck a deal. She figures his is a well-thought-out motivation that she felt was worthy trade-off. The motivation here is survival, and she has to think like a leader."
"We never know all the facts and the more we're mindful of how we deal with people, the more opportunity we have to evolve."
"Ron allowed us to see right away the private piece of a person about to become very public. I suspect we're going to see more of her very private world - Laura's private experience. I'm not sure yet how public she's going to be about the actions she's going to have to take."
"Actors are part of a certain percentage of people on this planet who have an emotional vocabulary as a primary experience. It's as if their life is experienced emotionally and then that is translated intellectually or conceptually into the performance."