Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a film director, like Cheryl Hines, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Cheryl Hines fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts and body measurements below.
Who Is Cheryl Hines?
Cheryl was born September 21, 1965 in Miami Beach, Florida. She currently lives with her second husband Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Hines married him in 2014. She has one daughter from previous marriage to a businessman Paul Young. Cheryl’s most famous role is Dallas Royce from Suburgatory but she also played in other shows, such as Father of the Pride, In the Motherhood, and Brothers & Sisters. Hines wore often low cut dresses with some padding on Suburgatory. It made her bust look fuller and caused rumors about her alleged boob job. However, Hines doesn’t have breast implants or other augmentation.
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 Cheryl Hines' plastic surgery history.
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Cheryl Hines Quotes
"Well, I was born in Miami, and then I lived for a long time in Tallahassee, and before that, Winter Haven, which is a tiny town in Florida. I was not a city girl."
"My mom is very Southern and she in real life says things like, 'If you've got it, flaunt it.'"
"I do have a tendency to talk a lot at the poker table, which throws people off because they spend a lot of time trying to read me. But I talk a lot when I have a good hand and when I have a bad hand, too. Sometimes it annoys people so much they can't wait to get out of the tournament. And that can only be good for me."
"Well, usually, when you're doing a sitcom, you get a script and every word or for the most part, is written. So, you know, if it's a 30-minute sitcom, then it's a 35-page script or something like that."
"It is weird. People will say, 'Oh my God, I love you.' And I'll say, 'Oh, that's so sweet. Thank you.' And the people who are walking around with me for the first time will say, 'I don't understand what happened. Somebody just told you they love you. I don't even understand what that means.'"