What Plastic Surgery has Georgina Campbell gotten? Nose Job, Facelift, Lips, and More!
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Biography - A Short Wiki
Georgina was born 12 June 1992 in Maidstone, United Kingdom. She started her professional acting career back in 2009 when she played Lucy on the television show Freak. Later, Campbell appeared in Sadie J, Murdered by My Boyfriend, and Broadchurch. In 2018, her career took another important turn when she received one of the lead roles in a new sci-fi show Krypton. As Lyta Zod, she will definitely gain many new fans.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Georgina Campbell, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||61 kg, 134 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||Cup Size D|
|Shoe Size (US)||Unknown|
|Dress Size (US)||8|
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Quotes by Georgina Campbell
I’m not really into destiny, but it’s funny – I bumped into a woman who told me about an audition, and now I have a BAFTA.
I think people in the U.K. should be concerned about the under-representation of BAME actors in TV and Film, because it is an incorrect reflection of our society.
Sometimes, with portrayals of domestic violence, the women involved are just victims with no personality, just completely trodden-down. But people continue to live their normal lives: they go out; they continue to have arguments with their partners, even if there is always the fear of where that might end up.
It’s so hard to get into this industry. There are so many people who are so talented, and they never get those opportunities.
Within the media, the way that women are portrayed – especially young women – sometimes there is a lot of sexual objectification and, I would say, ‘lad culture.’ These are all things that connect with domestic abuse.