What plastic surgeries did Sharon Lawrence do? The actor looks typically glorious, but why not perfect to look with some cosmetic surgery? Below are all Sharon Lawrence’s plastic surgeries and body measurements!
Sharon was born June 29, 1961 in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has a college degree from University of North Carolina. Lawrence is married to Tom Apostle since 2002. Her notable movies include Little Black Book, The Perfect Family, and Grace. Sharon is known as Sylvia Costas from TV show NYPD Blue and Donna Stiles from Ladies Man. In 2015, she should appear on new movie Solace.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Sharon Lawrence, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|Height||1.65 m, 5’5” (feet & inches)|
|Weight||58 kg, 127 pounds|
|Cup Size (US)||B|
|Shoe Size (US)||8.5|
|Dress Size (US)||8|
Which plastic surgery procedures have Sharon Lawrence done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)||N/A|
|Boob Job (Breast Augmentation)||No|
|Butt Lift (Buttock Lift)||N/A|
|Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)||N/A|
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"I would like to go back and spend a Christmas with my family and myself when I was five years old and just see what that dynamic would be like. Observe it. I think it would be a magical gift."
"I'm somebody who takes risks, for better or worse. Fortunately, most of them have been for the better!"
"Go out there and see where the world needs your touch. That kind of meaning not only makes you feel more connected to your environment on a local scale, but also to yourself - whether you can operate from something beyond the definition that others might place on you."
"Florence Nightingale was an amazing figure. She created the American Red Cross. She saw the suffering from bad health conditions on the battlefield and in the military hospitals, and she fought like crazy to change the conditions; to make sure that the doctors washed their hands and practiced sanitary measures. She put herself at great risks."
"Women remain dramatically under-represented as characters in film when compared to their representation in the U.S. population."