We all want to look our best, and Shailene Woodley is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Shailene Woodley get plastic surgery to maintain her beautiful looks?
Biography - A Short Wiki
Shailene was born November 15, 1991 in Simi Valley, California. In 2002, young Woodley appeared in minor TV role on Without a Trace series. She’s probably best known as Amy Juergens from The Secret Life of the American Teenager. In 2014, Shailene will be starring in two new movies. As Beatrice “Tris” Prior in Divergent and as Hazel Grace Lancaster in The Fault in Our Stars. She’s still on the very beginning of her career, so more roles will follow for sure.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Shailene Woodley, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.73 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||54 kg, 119 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size A|
|Shoe Size (US)||7|
|Dress Size (US)||4|
With her hippie reputation, Shailene is the last person you’d think would undergo cosmetic enhancements, despite being among the highest-paid working actresses today. As far as I can tell, any changes to her facial features appear to be a result of clever makeup techniques and normal aging—not plastic surgery.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Shailene Woodley done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
Plastic Surgery Pics
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Quotes by Shailene Woodley
"I went to public school my whole life, graduated high school with my class. Growing up, I'd go to an audition, my friends would go to soccer practice and we'd all reconvene and hang out in our neighborhood. When I would book something, I would never tell my friends. Acting was just fun. I was a kid, I wasn't jaded."
"I think every teenager goes through their angst. People who are like, 'No, I had a perfect adolescence,' make me wonder how that is possible."
"So often, I read scripts and am like, 'This would never happen in real life. It's not trying to be funny. It's trying to be serious.'"
"I really respond to human scripts, scripts that are raw and real and risky. I love playing scary characters - not horror film scary, but vulnerable scary."
"I think you get the most honest performances when an actor shows up to set with their lines memorized. That's a very important thing that a lot of people seem to forget. You have a pre-conceived notion of what you want the scene to be, but once you get there, that goes out the window and it turns out to be a way that you never imagined."