Chloë Stevens Sevigny was born on November 18, 1974 in Springfield, Massachusetts. She first gained recognition as a model in the mid to late 1990s. Widely known in the fashion industry, she was named the new “It Girl” at the time and was called by Vogue as one of the “coolest women in the world” in 2001.
She made her film debut in 1995’s Kids and received critical acclaim for her performance in 1999’s Boys Don’t Cry, earning her an Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. On television, she became known for her role as Nicolette Grant in HBO’s Big Love, winning her a Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress.
Has Chloë Sevigny had Plastic Surgery?
Fashion-forward, award-winning actress Chloë Sevigny has no qualms in admitting that she will consider cosmetic enhancements in the future once signs of aging starts to creep out. Though she’s not the only celebrity who has spoken publicly about considering cosmetic procedures, it’s still a breath of fresh air when movie stars become honest about their thoughts and involvement with surgical enhancements; in contrast with other celebrities who still go hypocrite by speaking against plastic surgery and then secretly go under the knife.
In an interview years ago, Sevigny stated: “Luckily, age hasn’t set in yet, but I’ll be working with older actresses and think, ‘would I be able to resists a little shot of Restylane?'”. However, she still is cautious when it comes to overdoing procedures, saying: “You see some girls up close and they look like androids, their skin is all bleached and pulled. It starts to look puffy and weird.” Since she’s turning 40 this year, is it possible that she’s already planning a visit to a plastic surgeon’s office?