Mary McDonnell Plastic Surgery

Mary McDonnell’s Plastic Surgery – What We Know So Far

Mary McDonnell looks radiant 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?

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.

Mary McDonnell's Body Measurements
Height1.69 m, 5’7” (feet & inches)
Weight65 kg, 143 pounds
Cup Size (US)Cup Size C
Body ShapeHourglass Body Shape
Dress Size (US)Dress Size 8
Shoe Size (US)Shoe Size 8
Mary McDonnell's Plastic Surgeries
Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)N/A
Boob Job Breast AugmentationNo
Breast ReductionN/A
Facelift (Rhytidectomy)N/A
LipsN/A
FillersN/A
BotoxN/A
LiposuctionN/A
Butt ImplantsN/A
Butt Lift (Buttock Lift)N/A
Eyelid SurgeryN/A
Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)N/A

Mary McDonnell - Plastic Surgery Photos

Mary McDonnell Plastic Surgery Body
There is no point denying that Mary McDonnell has a attractive body. The actor looks great with or without cosmetic surgery.
Mary McDonnell Plastic Surgery Face
Congratulations: Mary McDonnell is looking dazzling. The actor looks lovely as ever, and it's hard to say if cosmetic surgery of any kind is involved.

Quotes by Mary McDonnell

With BSG, sci-fi is the human experience taken beyond the envelope. When I first became involved with the project, I knew that I would be able to play a human being for many years, exploring and reflecting on issues that would impact people’s lives.

Mary McDonnell

The Cylons are such a frightening concept – not knowing who is real. No way.

Mary McDonnell

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.

Mary McDonnell

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.

Mary McDonnell

I love the idea of a woman being able to discover the idea of power this way, on such a scale. And I don’t know about that, what it means – well, I guess I’d better, or my part’s in trouble.

Mary McDonnell

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