Liza Minnelli was born on March 12, 1946. She started her career in musical theater during the 1960s. She later made her first television appearance in an episode of Mr. Broadway. In 1967, the actress made her cinematic debut in the film Charlie Bubbles. Later, she starred in the 1969 film Mary Ann “Pookie” Adams. For her performance here, Minnelli received an Academy Award nomination for Best Actress. In the ’70s, she first played the titular character in the film Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon. It was, however, her portrayal of Sally Bowles in the 1972 feature film Cabaret that garnered her widespread acclaim. For her work in the film, she won the Academy Award for Best Actress.
That same year, she lent her voice for the role of Dorothy Gale in Journey Back to Oz. She simultaneously starred in her own television special titled Liza with a “Z”: A Concert for Television. The rest of the ’70s saw her performing in the movies Lucky Lady, A Matter of Time, and New York, New York. She continued her Hollywood career during the 1980s, playing Linda Marolla in the movie Arthur. She reprised her role in the sequel Arthur 2: On the Rocks. She also starred in the movie Rent-a-Cop. The ’90s was less active for Minnelli. She only starred in the film Stepping Out, as well as starred in the TV movies Parallel Lives and The West Side Waltz. After a long hiatus, she returned in 2003, playing Lucille Austero in the Fox sitcom Arrested Development. Her latest film role was in 2006’s The Oh in Ohio.
Has Liza Minnelli had Plastic Surgery?
The veteran actress has long been rumored to have undergone plastic surgery. Now in her 70s, tabloids and magazines have constantly reported that Minnelli appears to have had an eyelift, facelift, and other procedures judging from the way she currently looks. Even though she’s not active as she used to be, avoiding mainstream roles, the Cabaret star still attends some red carpet events. And in these events, reporters always speculate about the possibility of plastic surgery because of her changing looks. Despite this, the actress-singer has never publicly admitted nor denied plastic surgery claims.