Alicia Roanne Witt was born on August 21, 1975 in Worcester, Massachusetts. Her acting career began when David Lynch discovered her in 1980 when she recited Romeo and Juliet in the TV show That’s Incredible!. Lynch then cast her in 1984’s Dune and she worked with him again in an episode of Twin Peaks.
At age 14, she moved to Hollywood to further pursue acting. She went on achieve significant notice for her role as Bonnie in 1994’s Fun. From 1995 to 1998, she became known for her role as Zoey Woodbine in Cybill. She then starred in the films Cecil B. Demented, Vanilla Sky and Two Weeks Notice, among others.
Has Alicia Witt had Plastic Surgery?
Alicia Witt began her career as a child actor, courtesy of her discovery by David Lynch, which was a promising start. Now 38, the actress sparked rumors of plastic surgery when she guest starred in Two and a Half Men, showcasing a fuller cleavage. This instantly prompted some viewers to speculate that the former child star has had breast implants to achieve bigger breasts but in a subtle kind of way.
It’s because reports claim that while her cleavage appears to have increased, Witt was cautious enough as she has chosen a small implant size to match her tiny body frame. Plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn said that he often has patients asking for relatively small implants (from A to B) so the result wouldn’t be so obvious, and to also conceal the fact that a breast augmentation has been performed. Nevertheless, if she really had breast implants, at least it wasn’t overdone.