Scarlett Johansson was born on November 22, 1984 to Danish-born architect Karsten Johansson and producer Melanie Sloan. She started her theatrical training by attending the Professional Children’s School, where she graduated in 2002. Her acting career began at an early age, making her film debut in 1994’s North at the age of nine.
She gained substantial notice for her role in the 1996 film Manny & Lo and received widespread attention in 1998 for her performance in Robert Redford’s The Horse Whisperer. She has since starred in several prominent and critically acclaimed features such as Lost in Translation, Vicky Cristina Barcelona and The Avengers, among others.
Has Scarlett Johansson had Plastic Surgery?
Johansson stepped into the spotlight at an early age, and being one of today’s most-talked about and most beautiful A-list celebrities in Hollywood, it’s not surprising that the public could detect any trace of physical transformation. One persistent rumor with regards her involvement with plastic surgery is her alleged rhinoplasty.
This claim was further intensified when US Weekly quoted her saying that she believes in plastic surgery and that being old is not something that she considers fun. The actress was quick in responding, filing a legal complaint against US Weekly, denying that she never said those words.
Despite her vehement denials on the matter and the resolute action she took against the publication that claimed she was patronizing plastic surgery, many people are still convinced she actually had a nose job, as the transformation is quite distinctive.