Never has plastic surgery been more popular or normalized than in today’s society, especially if you are a actor, like Loretta Swit, where your appearance can make or break your career. Has Loretta Swit fallen for the temptation? Find out all plastic surgery facts and body measurements below.
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Who is Loretta Swit?
Loretta was born November 4, 1937 in Passaic, New Jersey into a Polish American family. She worked as a stenographer and studied to become an actress. This dream eventually came through. In 1972, the opportunity of her career came in the form of M*A*S*H. This extremely popular TV show tracked lives of group of field surgeons and nurses during Korean War. Swit used to be married to Dennis Holahan but they got divorced in 1995. She also played in couple of movies, such as Race with the Devil and Dreams of Gold: The Mel Fisher Story.
Loretta Swit’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 Loretta Swit has done.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Plastic Surgery Pics
Sometimes pictures can reveal more than words. Check out these pics of Loretta Swit. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
"I have certain strong interests that fill my life as well."Loretta Swit
"Hot Lips changed a lot in eleven years. Initially, Margaret Houlihan behaved as though a man were the only thing that could complete her life, and she didn't see what richness her life contained. She gained a lot of self-esteem through the years, and she came to realize that what she did, what she offered, was valuable."Loretta Swit
"When I left the house to become an actress, my mother literally flung her body across the door and said, 'You're killing me!' It was a very strict household. That can be okay, but there was also no nourishment, either."Loretta Swit
"We should be able to be ourselves. Make a political stand if you want to."Loretta Swit
"Telling parents in New Jersey you want to act isn't exactly like telling them you want to be a doctor or a dentist. There are no guarantees. It's hard, but all the arts are. Can you imagine the pain of writer's block?"Loretta Swit