Rena Sofer looks splendid 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 has the actor in her bag of tricks?
Who Is Rena Sofer?
Rena was born December 2, 1968 in Arcadia, California into the family of Jewish rabbi and psychology professor. She studied at at Montclair State College. The long list of TV shows she played in includes Melrose Place, Blind Justice, 24, and NCIS. Her first husband was Wally Kurth. They got divorced in 1997 after only 2 years of marriage. She currently lives with her second husband, director Sanford Bookstaver. In 2005, Sofer gave birth to their child named Avalon Leone.
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 Rena Sofer's plastic surgery history.
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Rena Sofer Quotes
"I find that when you do yoga, you don't crave unhealthy food. But I try to always let myself eat whatever I want. I have dessert or chocolate every day, but I'll only have a few bites. I try to have a little bit of cereal in the morning, and then I always try to have protein for dinner, too. But I eat pasta and stuff like that."
"I think '24' is a more mature audience, whereas 'Heroes' is a little bit younger. But I have to say, neither one is child friendly. My daughter doesn't get to watch either show!"
"When I buy clothes, I like to buy them in outfits so I know they go together. I like a very simple, natural style. I never like to be the attention getter; I like to come under the radar and be cool about my look, very classic and stylish. I'm not into fads."
"I've been very lucky as an actor. I have worked all the time. Some shows I do, they get cancelled. Some, they're critically acclaimed, and then they get cancelled. And some, I'm in the last season of this or that. But I can't complain about my career."
"There are many actors who, whatever they do, they pretty much play themselves."