Nicole Maines looks marvelous 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 does the TV actress have in her bag of tricks?
A transgender actress from America, Nicole Maines was assigned male at birth but after realizing that she is transgender, chose the name Nicole after a character in the hit TV series, Zoey 101. She first gained nationwide attention through a legal case in which she sued the school for banning her from using the girl’s washroom. Nicole ultimately won the case and was awarded $75,000. Later she was subject to a book titled, Becoming Nicole: The Transformation of an American Family and also appeared in the HBO documentary, The Trans List which highlighted the personal stories of being a transgender. In 2018, it was announced that Nicole Maines will star in The CW series Supergirl as Nia Nal / Dream Girl which makes her the first transgender TV superhero ever.
She has an identical twin brother named Jonas.
She was cast alongside Melissa Benoist on Supergirl.
A few days later, she officially became Nicole Amber Maines. In July 2015, Maines had gender-affirming surgery in Philadelphia, a month after graduating from high school. Maines attended high school at Portland, Maine’s Waynflete School, and attended the University of Maine alongside her brother Jonas.
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“Children are a lot smarter than we give them credit for.”Nicole Maines
“I knew that I was trans when I was three years old. Well, I didn’t know ‘trans’ because I didn’t know there was a word for it, but I just knew that in my head and my heart that I was supposed to be a girl.”Nicole Maines
“My acting and activism go hand-in-hand, and they really support one another.”Nicole Maines
“I think, for all trans people, it’s not our only defining feature, but it is a defining feature.”Nicole Maines
“When I was first trying to explain to my parents that I was really a girl, my father didn’t know what to do. He had these preconceived notions about what his family was going to be like, and when I didn’t fit into those notions, he just ignored what I was trying to tell them before he really came around.”Nicole Maines