Constance Wu looks radiant whether plastic surgery is involved or not. Celebrities often go under the knife in pursuit of beauty or to fight age signs. What cosmetic surgeries has the actor in her bag of tricks?
Constance was born In Richmond, Virginia but moved to New York to study acting. Her first movie was Stephanie Daley in 2006 where she played Jenn. Young Wu appeared also in One Life to Live, Covert Affairs, and Deadly Revenge. In 2015, her fans will be very happy since Constance got one of the main roles in new TV show Fresh Off the Boat. That should boost her career. We wish her luck!
Which plastic surgery procedures have Constance Wu done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
Plastic Surgery Pics
Check out these pictures of Constance Wu. Is there any plastic surgery involved?
“The more you know about somebody’s back story, the deeper you can delve into that well, and the more your comedic choices resonate full-body instead of just being quick, quippy one-liners that are just like a bunch of people trying to be clever. Because after a while, cleverness is just really obnoxious!”Constance Wu
“Public service is about serving all the people, including the ones who are not like you.”Constance Wu
“The one dream I have is to do a musical. I love singing, but most people don’t know because I don’t sell myself as a musical person. My dream is to play Audrey in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ – it would be so interesting to have an Asian Audrey because it’s all about achieving the American dream in a sinister, success-driven way.”Constance Wu
“I wish reporters were more in tune to the difference between the Asian experience and the Asian-American experience. I think often they lump the two together and think that when I talk about Asian-American narratives that they can cite ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ or ‘Mulan’ as proof of concept when it’s a different experience.”Constance Wu
“My parents did not pay a cent for my education; they didn’t give me a car or furniture – I did that 100% on my own. I had to pay back a lot.”Constance Wu