Michelle Trachtenberg looks astonishing 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 model in her bag of tricks?
Michelle was born October 11, 1985 in New York City as a second daughter of a bank manager and a fiber-optics engineer. She was an actress since young age, for example in 1996 young Michelle played in Harriet the Spy. Her other notable movies include EuroTrip, 17 Again, and Cop Out. Her other famous role was Dawn Summers on TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
Plastic Surgery Information
Michelle Trachtenberg was quoted as saying: “I have never had plastic surgery or a nose job or anything. But thanks so much for everyone who feels the need to tell me “what have you done to your face” I say: get a calendar. I am 35 years old. Not ten years old.”
The table below contains information on everything from botox to boob job! Check out the status of all Michelle Trachtenberg's plastic surgeries!
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||No|
Plastic Surgery Pictures
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Michelle Trachtenberg Inspirational Quotes
"When you grow up on film, people sometimes have difficulties accepting the fact that you are growing up. They always imagine you younger."Michelle Trachtenberg
"I have never understood that. I come from a place where the press makes or breaks an actor and it is more of a teamwork relationship."Michelle Trachtenberg
"I plays Joe's best friend. I am the only one he has ever been able to trust in his life, so I help him understand what happened to him when he was younger."Michelle Trachtenberg
"The sexy moments for me, I wasn't thinking of them as sexy. I was thinking of them as more specific to my character. So it was necessary for my character's development in the movie, so that's how I played it."Michelle Trachtenberg
"Keep your private life private. Be open to suggestions from different people. And just be nice. I have heard stories about people who are just plain rude to the press or fans."Michelle Trachtenberg