Teresa Palmer Plastic Surgery Before and After

Teresa Palmer was born on February 26, 1986 in Adelaide, South Australia. She first gained notice for her performance in the Australian film 2:37, which also marked her film debut. Prior to this, she originally considered to study teaching, but changed her mind after being offered for the lead role in the said movie. She was then cast for the female lead in Jumper in her supposed to be first Hollywood movie, but she was fired and replaced by Rachel Bilson.

Feeling down, she returned to Australia but decided to give it another try, landing a role in the horror movie The Grudge 2. She has since appeared in the films December Boys, Bedtime Stories, and Restraint. Mainstream fame came after starring in the movie The Sorcerer’s Apprentice, followed by I Am Number Four. In 2011, she starred in Take Me Home Tonight and briefly dated her co-star Topher Grace. In 2013, she rose to further stardom for her role in Warm Bodies.

Has Teresa Palmer had Plastic Surgery?


29-year-old Teresa Palmer has always been mistaken for fellow actress Kristen Stewart. The resemblance is pretty strong, but Palmer charms her fans in her own way. Her starring roles in some well-known Hollywood movies is a clear indication that the actress has what it takes to establish a solid career. However, as she becomes a familiar face, her appearance becomes the subject of some plastic surgery rumors. She started out in the industry as the fresh-faced Australian beauty, but as she nears her 30s, Palmer’s appearance is getting a bit more edgier.

Not that it’s bad, but it got some wondering whether it’s just a natural change or a cosmetic one. Being closer to Hollywood surely has made Palmer closer to the possibilities of plastic surgery as even celebrities in their 20s and 30s go for Botox and other treatments for a more flawless skin. Could this be the deal in Palmer’s case? Being a mom could also make her consider some cosmetic procedures to easily get back into shape, which she’s already done. That could be through natural process or not, but we can never know, can we? Hopefully, she opens up about it in the near future.

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