We have listed all plastic surgeries Elizabeth Banks has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Elizabeth was born February 10, 1974 in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Her notable movie roles include Wet Hot American Summer, Catch Me If You Can, Spider-Man, and The Hunger Games. Banks had also recurring roles in Scrubs (Dr. Kim Briggs) and 30 Rock (Avery Jessup). She’s married to Max Handelman since 2003. They have two sons.
Plastic Surgery Information
Elizabeth Banks is a natural beauty. The “Charlie’s Angels” director, 45, revealed that unlike most Hollywood women, she has never had cosmetic surgery, and doesn’t plan on getting any in the future. “I’m trying to age gracefully,” Banks told Dax Shepard on Monday’s episode of his “Armchair Expert” podcast.
The table below contains information on everything from botox to boob job! Check out the status of all Elizabeth Banks' plastic surgeries!
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
Elizabeth Banks Inspirational Quotes
"No matter what, I'm in a very small club. There are very few women who have directed studio-level commercial films - very few."Elizabeth Banks
"I am not afraid of much. I kill all the spiders in my house, and I'm planning to go skydiving. I am into girl power, and I'm very self-sufficient."Elizabeth Banks
"I had an audition for Mary Jane Watson in 'Spiderman' and ended up playing Betty Brant in that series. I auditioned for Amy Adams' role in 'Catch Me If You Can' and, you know, ended up playing the bank teller. So there were a lot of times early on where I felt like I was always sort of the bridesmaid, never the bride - never quite right."Elizabeth Banks
"I'm a physical comedian, and I don't get to show it off very often."Elizabeth Banks
"Violence against women is real and something I feel passionately about, and the gateway to all that is wolf whistling. It's allowing a man to impose his will on a woman who is just trying to walk down the street and live her life. It's all about unwanted versus wanted attention, and, of course, there's a fine line."Elizabeth Banks