We have listed all plastic surgeries Carey Mulligan has and has not done. Could plastic surgery be her secret weapon? Below are the rumors, plastic surgery facts, and more!
Biography - Who is Carey Mulligan?
Carey was born 28 May 1985 in London, UK. Her first role was Kitty Bennet in Pride & Prejudice movie. She’s als known as Emily Pritchard from The Amazing Mrs Pritchard and Ada Clare from Bleak House. She’s married to Marcus Mumford since 2012. In 2014, Mulligan will play Bathsheba Everdene on Far from the Madding Crowd. And most important role of her, that is coming – Maud in 2015 movie Suffragette.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Carey Mulligan, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.7 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)
|54 kg, 119 pounds
|Cup Size B
And I replied, ‘My whole job is about me moving my face! ‘” Which is a fair point, we think, and one conveniently ignored by the mass of directors/producers/agents who push for female actors to look “perfect”. Ten years later, and Mulligan’s face remains untouched by cosmetic surgery.
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Quotes by Carey Mulligan
"I'm more the sort of person who doesn't like hugging strangers because we don't know each other, so we shouldn't."
"The minute I get into a hotel room, I scatter my stuff everywhere. It's like a bomb site within a minute. So I suppose that means I'm trying to nest."
"It doesn't matter what you feel - ultimately, it's what the audience feels. You can finish a scene and think to yourself, 'Oh, God. I was so deep in that moment,' and find it just didn't play. I don't know if I have very good radar about that or not."
"People get married when they're 18 and spend their whole lives together. I think their greatest fear is that someone will see it as a fling because they were young and it didn't mean anything."
"In London, people can be so... well, it's not even a case of people being unkind or unfriendly. You just don't make any contact in London. You go from A to B with your eyes on the pavement."