Yvonne Strahovski Plastic Surgery Before and After

Yvonne Strahovski was born in Werrington Downs, Sydney, Australia on July 30, 1982. From beginning an acting career in Australia, mostly notably for her role on the television show headLand, she decided she wanted to pursue a career in Hollywood. So, she left for Los Angeles and got into some auditions. She eventually got a starring role in what would become Chuck. She played the role of Sarah Walked on the show ran for five seasons from 2007 to 2012.

After the series concluded, she played as guest character Hannah McKay in the acclaimed series Dexter. Her next stint on the small screen was as Kate Morgan in 24: Live Another Day. Most recently, she played one of the lead stars in the short-lived period drama series The Astronaut Wives Club, which got cancelled after one season. She has also begun a career in the movies, such as in Killer Elite, I, Frankenstein, and The Guilt Trip, among others.

Has Yvonne Strahovski had Plastic Surgery?


The Australia beauty has made herself a household name among worldwide audiences, thanks to her awesome portrayal of a CIA agent. Now in her 30s, the actress is beautiful as ever, but some do wonder if she has had some sort of cosmetic help to maintain her beauty. It’s not surprising that some celebrities in Hollywood take the shortcut of achieving flawless beauty through plastic surgery. Could Strahovski be one of them?

Looking at her, it doesn’t seem that the 33-year-old actress show any signs of surgical procedures. Undeniably, she’s attractive with her pretty face and toned figure, but it looks like she was just blessed with great genes and takes care of herself very well. In an interview a few years ago, she claimed her radiant skin is a result of using natural products. She’s one of the confident ones who’s not affected by the pressures of looking perfect on the screen. About this, she said: “Working on camera, your face is your career. But I’m not really one to buy into the pressures. At the end of the day, the job I do, it’s more about the art and craft of it.”

Yvonne Strahovski

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