Nicola Peltz looks splendid whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries does the actor have in her bag of tricks?
About Nicola Peltz
Nicola was born January 9, 1995 in Westchester County, New York. She’s a daughter of former supermodel Claudia Heffner, so it’s clear where she got her perfect look. Her ancestry is half Jewish and half English/German/Welsh. Her first role was Mackenzie. Young Peltz played her in 2006 movie Deck the Halls. She’s starring as Bradley Martin on TV series Bates Motel since 2013. However, her career is still rising. In 2014, she will be one of main characters in upcoming Transformer 4 movie, Age of Extinction. We are sure that more important roles will come soon after that.
According to the news of Celebrity Plastics, Nicole Peltz had lip augmentation, rhinoplasty and forehead lift surgery, and there was a possibility that she had a chin contour.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||No|
|Eyelid Surgery (Eyelift)||N/A|
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"I have six brothers and one sister, and I was an ice hockey player when I was younger. I think my dad thought I was going to be in the women's league for ice hockey. But, I totally fell in love with drama in grade school, and I asked my mom if I could get involved with it."Nicola Peltz
"I saw 'Paranormal Activity' on Halloween with all my friends. It scared me, but it was so much fun."Nicola Peltz
"You see people, you judge. It's just the human thing to do - good or bad, it's a fact. Like when you get a coffee at Starbucks and the person is rude to you. My mom always says, 'Yeah, but you don't know what kind of day they're having.' You don't know the back-story, and that's why it's so fun to be an actor and to get into the back-story."Nicola Peltz
"My role is Katara: in 'The Last Airbender,' I'm a water bender from the southern water tribe, and my character is really strong but also loving."Nicola Peltz
"I'll always be the baby in the family. I'm the youngest sister, but growing up with so many boys, it makes you tough. You get teased. There's no tiptoeing around each other. You say it the way it is; you're honest."Nicola Peltz