What plastic surgery procedures did Melanie Griffith do? Below we gathered Melanie Griffith’s body measurements and plastic surgery facts like nose job, botox, lips, and boob job. Check it out!
Who Is Melanie Griffith?
Melanie was born August 9, 1957 in New York City, New York. She appeared in Working Girl and received Golden Globe award for her role. More recently she starred in Autómata, Thirst and Day Out of Days. elanie was married for six months to Don Johnson. Later Melanie married co-star Steven Bauer with whom she has a son, the couple divorced after five years. Melanie later reunited with her ex-husband and they re-married in 1989 and Melanie gave birth to their daughter Dakota Johnson in the same year. The marriage lasted another six years. In 1996, Melanie married Antonio Banderas and they have daughter together, who was born the same year. In 2009 Melanie was on the surgery due to her skin cancer. In summer 2014, couple announced friendly split up.
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 Melanie Griffith's plastic surgery history.
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Melanie Griffith Quotes
"You know who helped me a lot? Jane Fonda. She said, Look at how many times I've been up and I've been down. So don't worry about anything."
"I would just like to be able to give to people through acting. If I can entertain people by being somebody else and allow somebody to feel something, then that makes me feel good."
"I'm not desperate anymore or feeling weird about myself because I'm not working in this business. I'm older and wiser, and there's a lot more to life."
"I really love working. It makes me feel like an even better person when I work. I function much better if I have a really rigid schedule. When I'm left to my own devices, I can just be all over the place."
"There's nothing wrong with a male's point of view, obviously, but it's just a different way of telling a story."