We think Roger Ebert has an alluring look regardless of whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Did Roger Ebert get a nose job? Does Roger Ebert have fake boobs? All plastic surgery info, including facelift, nose job, botox, and lips, is listed below!
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Who is Roger Ebert?
Legendary Chicago Sun-Times movie critic who worked with Gene Siskel and won a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.
In high school, he was interested in science fiction.
He was the first film critic to win the Pulitzer Prize, due in part to his down-home critical style, which influenced a whole generation of critics.
He married Chaz Hammelsmith in 1992.
He was known for being a film critic much like Pauline Kael.
Roger Ebert’s Plastic Surgeries
Ebert, who lost the lower part of his jaw and his voice box after complications from thyroid and salivary gland cancer, appeared in a segment at the end of the show with his new prosthetic chin and an artificial voice in place of what he lost. “I will wear the prosthesis on the new television show.
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 Roger Ebert has done.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
|Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty)
Plastic Surgery Pics
Sometimes pictures can reveal more than words. Check out these pics of Roger Ebert. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
"Most of us do not consciously look at movies."Roger Ebert
"Here's how much I know about hockey. Mike Royko and I were in a tiny bar one winter night, and the radio kept reporting goals by the Blackhawks. I mentioned how frequently the team was scoring. 'You're listening to the highlights,' Royko observed."Roger Ebert
"Nothing ever seems straightforward in Venice, least of all its romances."Roger Ebert
"Samurai films, like westerns, need not be familiar genre stories. They can expand to contain stories of ethical challenges and human tragedy."Roger Ebert
"There must be a better reason to have a baby than to provide a plot point in a rom-com. Don't you think?"Roger Ebert