Boob job, nose job, and botox – there is no shortage of opportunities for plastic surgery. What plastic surgeries has Rose McIver gotten? Sure the actor already looks splendid, which cosmetic surgery measures has she taken?
Rose was born October 10, 1988 in Auckland, New Zealand. She is a famous Australian actress known for her role Summer Landsdown in TV series Power Rangers RPM (2009). In 2002, Rose won TV Guide NZ Television Award for Best Juvenile Actress for Xena Warrior Princess (“Little Problems”) and Visa Entertainment Screen Award Best NZ Actress for The Lovely Bones (2010). In 2015, Rose will be starring Olivia ‘Liv’ Moore on new TV show iZombie.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Rose McIver done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
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“I also have a role model back in New Zealand, a woman called Miranda Harcourt. She’s an actress and a writer. Her willingness to stay open to material is really great. I read a lot, and I try to watch and listen to diverse material.”Rose McIver
“I’m really fortunate that I am in continuous work and I love what I do. And I think that there’s a reason that it keeps happening. So while that keeps happening, I will be thrilled – and feel lucky – to keep doing it.”Rose McIver
“I always think about the settlers who moved to New Zealand in the 1800s. They hadn’t even been to the place before. They just packed their bags and shipped over knowing they’d never see their family again or be able to speak to them – they’d maybe get a letter if they were lucky.”Rose McIver
“I had to do a Northern England accent once, and I didn’t have much time, so I went and pored through YouTube. There are all sorts of resources out there. The Internet has made that much more affordable. Don’t break your neck to spend your money.”Rose McIver
“I’ve done a lot of drama, and as a lifestyle, going to work and laughing every day is just great. It’s great for your mental health, and it’s great for setting up a nice year.”Rose McIver