Gal Gadot was born on April 30, 1985 in Rosh HaAyin, Israel. Beginning her career as a model in Israel, her first actual break was when she won Miss Israel in 2004 and represented her country for the Miss Universe pageant. She didn’t win, but it opened many opportunities for modeling. She eventually made her acting debut in an Israeli series. Years later, she expanded her career and entered Hollywood with her debut in the movie Fast & Furious. Her character in the movie was notable and her performance was also great, thus she was able to reprise her role in Fast Five and Fast & Furious 6. However, it was her role as Wonder Woman in the movie Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice that earned her further prominence. She will reprise the said role in her own movie Wonder Woman and in Justice League Part One. In the early 2010s, she has also continued acting in Israel by appearing in some television shows.
Has Gal Gadot had Plastic Surgery?
The Israeli beauty is taking Hollywood by storm with her kick-ass performances in mostly action-oriented feature films. Though her beauty is soft and classic, Gadot has this heroic appeal in her that makes her perfect for action or superhero films, thus, she won the coveted role of Wonder Woman. Although her casting of the role was criticized at first because of her thin frame, which according to some is not enough to effectively play an Amazona, the actress was able to pull it off. Now everyone’s rooting for her to star in her own movie, which will be released in 2017.
To enhance her physique, Gadot underwent intense workout routine. Saying goodbye to her skinny frame, the actress needed to gain muscles to look more convincing as a very old female warrior. Her look also became fiercer, her features stronger, which is also necessary for the part. Despite these changes, Gadot didn’t undergo plastic surgery to take a shortcut. Some could always assume that she has had cosmetic surgery to enhance her physical appearance, but the former model and beauty queen just relied on her discipline and hard work to achieve a more rocking body.