We all want to look our best, and Tasha Smith is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Tasha Smith get plastic surgery to maintain her fantastic looks?
About Tasha Smith
Tasha Smith started her professional journey in the mid-90s and has gone on to establish herself as a well-recognized star of the entertainment industry. After dropping out of high school, she debuted with a minor role in the 1994 comedy film Twin Sitters. In the later part of that decade, Tasha gained prominence by starring in successful TV series like Boston Common and The Tom Show. From that point onwards, she has actively worked in both the film and television industries simultaneously, having starred in numerous critically and commercially successful projects so far. Some of her most noteworthy gigs include For Better or Worse, Empire, Daddy’s Little Girls, Why Did I Get Married?, and Couples Retreat. Now lastly moving from her professional career to off-camera life, Tasha Smith married Keith Douglas in 2010. Unfortunately, the pair couldn’t carry their relationship for long and divorced just five years later.
|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
|Eyelid Surgery (Eyelift)||N/A|
Plastic Surgery Pics
"One day, my twin sister Sidra and I pranked Tyler Perry on the set of 'For Better or Worse.' I made her dress up as me and do a scene as if she were my character Angela. Tyler says, 'Action!' and my sister starts acting. It was horrible."Tasha Smith
"I think that it's the love of God that brings man into repentance. Once you embrace that love and have that fellowship with God, all those things that you shouldn't be doing will go away."Tasha Smith
"In real life, I swear by Edge Control by Olive Oil. My hairstylist hates it, but it's everything to me. And I mean everything! It's like a perm in a little jar of gel."Tasha Smith
"I actually think I need 'Homeland' rehab. And that Ray Donovan. I think I've watched every episode more than once. Liev Schreiber, Jeffrey Wright and Jon Voight have made me fall in love with acting again."Tasha Smith
"When think about the Frank Oceans of the world, it's not like we don't have gay men within the hip-hop community."Tasha Smith