It is no secret Suranne Jones went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the actor wants to look her best, just like most of us. Learn all about Suranne Jones’ boob job plastic surgery.
Suranne was born 27 August 1978 in Chadderton, UK as Sarah Anne Jones. Her by far the most famous role is Karen McDonald on TV show Coronation Street. But Jones played in numerous other shows, including Vincent, Harley Street, Five Days, and The Crimson Field. In 2015, you can see her as Sergeant Rachel Bailey on Scott & Bailey. Suranne is currently engagedto magazine editor Laurence Akers. Her previous relationship with Jim Phelan didn’t work out although the couple was already engaged as well. We wish Suranne more luck in this time.
Plastic Surgery Information
The table below contains information on everything from botox to boob job! Check out the status of all Suranne Jones' plastic surgeries!
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)
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Suranne Jones Inspirational Quotes
"That's the insecurity with our job, because you never know where the next role is coming from. No matter how successful you are, there's always a fear of someone not wanting me to play something else."Suranne Jones
"I never take my work home with me, because when there is a baby in the bath at home, and you rush back for bath-time, as soon as you get through the door, you know that work is work and home is home."Suranne Jones
"Acting was something I always really wanted to do and, when I left school and was old enough to get an agent, 'Coronation Street' was, like, the thing to get into."Suranne Jones
"It was a huge shock when my mum was diagnosed. She was 49 when she found a lump in one of her breasts and sensed something was wrong. At the time, we did a breast cancer campaign together. I still do a lot of charity runs."Suranne Jones
"I get asked to do panel shows, and reality stuff, like getting in a cage with a shark. I got asked to do a 'Strictly' special, but it's not my bag. If I'm being interviewed, that's OK, but anything else fills me with dread."Suranne Jones