Elizabeth Reaser was born on June 15, 1975 in Bloomfield Township, Michigan, U.S.. She finished her degree from the Juilliard School in 1999. The following year, she began her acting career by appearing on the television shows The Sopranos and Law & Order: Criminal Intent, as well as by acting in the films The Believer, Thirteen Conversations About One Thing, and Emmett’s Mark. Her first notable role on the small screen was the part of Alice Alden in Saved, which was short-lived.
She next became further known for her recurring character in the long-running series Grey’s Anatomy. After this stint, she was once again became part of the main cast of a short-lived television series, The Ex List. As a movie actress, she’s best known for playing Esme Cullen in The Twilight Saga, which went on from 2008 to 2012. Other roles on the big screen are Against the Current, The Art of Getting By, Young Adult, Liberal Arts, and Bonnie and Clyde: Dead and Alive (miniseries).
Has Elizabeth Reaser had Plastic Surgery?
The 40-year-old actress is a familiar face among television audiences and became even more recognized for her role as the matriarch of the Cullen family in Twilight films. The success of the said movies secured Reaser her place in Hollywood cinema. Interestingly, since being on the screen for more than a decade now, the actress hasn’t changed a bit. She looks youthful as she was back then when she was just starting out. She’s already in her 40s but it seems to most people that she’s a decade younger. How can this be?
Is it because the actress is just gifted with her amazing genes and practices a very healthy lifestyle, or is it something else? Because of her incredible looks considering her age, the possibility of plastic surgery is not very unlikely. Many celebrities go under the knife all the time. For some, it’s to boost their confidence, while others do it to look better for a specific film role. There are lots of other reasons, too. For Reaser, it appears that her beautiful face and slender body are natural. She’s actually very confident about herself no matter how old she is. In an interview, she said: “You suddenly realize that whatever flaw you’ve been trying to hide all your life—whether it’s a belly, freckles, or zits—guess what? People can’t see it, so you might as well not stress about it.”