What plastic surgery procedures did Hannah Murray do? Below we gathered Hannah Murray’s body measurements and plastic surgery facts like nose job, botox, lips, and boob job. Check it out!
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Who is Hannah Murray?
Hannah was born 1 July 1989 in Bristol, UK. Both her parents work at Bristol University so it’s no wonder they wanted their daughter to pursue a college degree. Hannah earned it at Queens’ College, Cambridge. She majored in English. Murray’s acting career started in 2007 with her role of Cassie Ainsworth in TV series Skins. She later appeared in several films, such as Dark Shadows and The Numbers Station. Many fans also know her as Gilly from fantasy series Game of Thrones. According to some rumors, Hannah is dating co-star John Bradley also in real life! But the couple didn’t confirm that yet. What do you think?
Hannah Murray’s Plastic Surgeries
What plastic surgeries are lurking behind the facade? Whether it's a nose job or butt lift, or anything in between, here is a list of all the cosmetic enhancements Hannah Murray has done.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Plastic Surgery Pics
Sometimes pictures can reveal more than words. Check out these pics of Hannah Murray. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
"One of the hardest things to do in acting is to stop thinking about yourself and stop being self-conscious."Hannah Murray
"I've always loved musical films; I find them really thrilling and exciting; it was part of what made me want to be an actress, that feeling of being really transported."Hannah Murray
"Skins' is about a group of teenagers in Bristol, and it's all about what they get up to and all the different things they do. I think it's a good show because it's come from a very real place, and there's a lot of young people involved in the writing."Hannah Murray
"I really like singing, although I'm embarrassed about doing it."Hannah Murray
"I really loved animals when I was little - my friend and I had an imaginary vet's office; we would mime doing surgery on animals. We treated more injuries than illnesses - fixing with a baby bear with a broken leg, removing a tumor. Of course, our surgeries would take about five seconds; that's how good we were."Hannah Murray