We think Nia Vardalos has a beautiful look regardless of whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Did Nia Vardalos get a nose job? Does Nia Vardalos have fake boobs? All plastic surgery info, including facelift, nose job, botox, and lips, is listed below!
Who Is Nia Vardalos?
Nia Vardalos is an American-Canadian actress, producer and screenwriter. She is best known for her work in the 2002 film ‘My Big Fat Greek Wedding,’ which was a critical and commercial success. Her other notable works include I Hate Valentine’s Day, Team Knight Rider, Larry Crowne, and Connie and Carla. Born Antonia Eugenia Vardalos on September 24, 1962 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, to Doreen Christakis and Constantine Vardalos, her parents are both of Greek descent. She was educated at St. George School, Shaftesbury High School and Ryerson University. She married TV actor Ian Gomex on September 5, 1993, and in 2008, they adopted a daughter named Illaria.
Plastic Surgery Overview
Not only is Vardalos slim, she also looks young but she is adamant she hasn’t gone the plastic surgery route. “When and if I have a facelift I will be completely honest, I am so flattered about these rumours I can’t tell you,” she laughs. A lot of her bloom can be put down to being a mum.
Plastic surgery is normal among celebrities in Hollywood. Breast implants and rhinoplasties are nothing new there. Check out the table below to see Nia Vardalos' plastic surgery history.
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Nia Vardalos Quotes
"When I wanted to go away to college in Toronto, my dad said, 'You can't go.' When I got to Toronto, I bought a couch, and my dad cried for the whole weekend because, as my mum told me, 'Now you have furniture; he knows you are never coming back.'"
"I believe that there are moments in everyone's lives where a door flings open, and if you're terrified of what's on the other side, you must walk through it."
"I was a very studious student and usually got A's. I did not like school, because I wasn't popular - I was a nerd."
"I started in Shakespeare. I'm classically trained, which, how hilarious is that? Then one night, I saw Second City and thought, 'Wow, that's what I want to do.' But I never thought it would morph into screenplay writing."
"You only get one life so you might as well make it a happy one, and that's why I tend to just jump into things. I'm sort of a fearless idiot that way."