What plastic surgeries did Michael McDonald do? The TV actor typically looks enchanting, but why not perfect the look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Michael McDonald’s plastic surgeries!
Actor and comedian best known for his career on the sketch comedy TV series MADtv. He debuted in the show in 1998, and eventually became the longest running cast member in the show’s history upon his departure in 2008.
He graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in business. His first job out of college was as a loan officer. He eventually quit this job after attending a show at the Groundlings theater, where he would go on to take classes and become a performing member.
He gained widespread renown for his variety of impressions and original characters, including the man-child Stuart, during his time on MADtv. He also guest starred on and directed various episodes of the comedy-drama TV series Scrubs.
Plastic Surgery Information
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|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
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Michael McDonald Inspirational Quotes
"I think it takes longer for me to make a record than most artists."Michael McDonald
"Where I grew up in St. Louis, Saturday was country music day on television. We'd watch the Bill Anderson show, the Willie Nelson show, the Dolly Parton and Porter Wagoner show, and always the Grand Ole Opry. My parents were fans of that music, and my friend's parents would pull the TV out and watch those shows on the porch."Michael McDonald
"I use Facebook, but I find that I'm... if I put up a picture of my dog there or a sunset or something, I get a million hits. If I mention anything to do with my career, three people respond. And/or if I say anything political, I have to duck afterwards. I try to be selective."Michael McDonald
"In order for life to be more than a frustrating game of one-upsmanship, one has to remain emotionally open and vulnerable."Michael McDonald
"I played so many clubs growing up, and back in that period, in the '60s, we'd play, like, four, five sets a night."Michael McDonald