We all want to look our best, and Imelda Staunton is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Imelda Staunton get plastic surgery to maintain her admirable looks?
Imelda Staunton net worth: Imelda Staunton is an English actress who has a net worth of $10 million. Imelda Staunton was born in Archway, London, England in January 1956. She studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and has acted on stage and screen. Staunton has won four Olivier Awards including three Best Actress in a Musical Awards for the Baker’s Wife in Into the Woods, Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd, and Mama Rose in Gypsy.
Plastic Surgery Information
I’m a character actor and have never had to rely on my looks,’ she explained. ‘That has paid off the older I get. ‘ The mother-of-one revealed that she relies on beauty sleep to maintain her appearance.
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|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
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Imelda Staunton Inspirational Quotes
"Children should always be brave and do something about bullying. It's not okay to stand by and let it happen. Bullies thrive off secrecy. Children should tell someone if they see someone being bullied."Imelda Staunton
"I've always tried to fight against, 'Oh, who's that small funny actress? Let's get her.'"Imelda Staunton
"Look at Judi Dench, who's brilliant in whatever bloody job she does."Imelda Staunton
"Having a child makes you strong and gives you chutzpah. It relaxed my attitude to the job; my center of focus shifted, which I think is very helpful, because even if you're not a very indulgent actor you spend a lot of time thinking about yourself. I don't think that is particularly healthy."Imelda Staunton
"We're all unique as actors. To yourself, you are unique. You have to think, 'I'm me. I'm not going to bunch myself with other people.' Agents and producers have to get you into a box to accommodate their limited imaginations."Imelda Staunton