Renée Kathleen Zellweger was born on April 25, 1969 in Katy, Texas to mechanical and electrical engineer Emil Erich Zellweger and nurse and midwife Kjellfrid Irene. After graduating from Katy High School, she attended the University of Texas at Austin where she majored in English.
Her first screen appearance was in 1992’s made-for-television film A Taste for Killing. She then landed her first main part in 1994’s Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Next Generation and became widely known for her role in 1996’s Jerry Maguire. However, it was her portrayal of the titular character in 2001’s Bridget Jones’s Diary that brought her international fame.
Has Renée Zellweger had Plastic Surgery?
In 2013, Zellweger’s fans were shocked after photos of the actress with a seemingly new face circulated online, sparking rumors of a plastic surgery. Because the actress didn’t address the ongoing speculations, several beauty websites asked for some experts’ opinion on whether Zellweger had undergone cosmetic procedures.
Board Certified Plastic Surgeon in Morristown, New Jersey Dr. Brian Glatt stated that although the actress does not appear to have a nose job, he still is certain that she had a chin implant, making her face thinner and longer. The doctor also mentioned about the actress’ continuous use of Botox that gives her a new, striking look.
Aside from chin implant and Botox, other changes on Renée Zellweger’s face appear to be weight-loss related, that’s according to Dr. Glatt. The Bridget Jones’s Diary star, however, chose not to comment on the issue.