Yes, Kim Novak had plastic surgery in the form of a botox and fillers. Check out the transformation in the images below. Was the cosmetic procedure worth it? At least, the actor seems to believe so.
Biography - A Short Wiki
Kim was born February 13, 1933 in Chicago, Illinois to the family with Czech ancestry. Her movie career started in 1950’s and was very successful. Her notable movies include Picnic, Vertigo, and Bell, Book and Candle. Novak kept starring also during eighties, with movies such as The Mirror Crack’d and Malibu. Kim Novak was married twice.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Kim Novak, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||65 kg, 143 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size C|
|Shoe Size (US)||9|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
It appears as if she had a facelift at some point, which widened the shape of her upper face. In addition, it is abundantly clear that too much filler has been used in her checks. Filler has also been used in her naso labial folds but the result has been uneven.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Kim Novak done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Kim Novak. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
Quotes by Kim Novak
"Harry Cohn did not make me. But I also feel that I probably didn't make me, either. I think it was a combination. I think that's what made it work."
"The script was always the most important thing to me and I loved the script. For one thing, I've always admired trees. I just worship them. Think what trees have witnessed, what history, such as living through the Civil War, yet they still survive."
"We only did probably two, three takes on every scene we did, at the most."
"For every answer, I like to bring up a question. Maybe I'm related to Alfred Hitchcock or maybe I got to know him too well, but I think life should be that way."
"I loved acting, which was never about money, the fame. It was about a search for meaning. It was painful."