It is no secret Jane Fonda went under the knife to enhance her appearance. Of course, the actor wants to look her best, just like the rest of us. Learn all about Jane Fonda’s boob job, facelift, and botox.
Jane was born December 21, 1937 in New York City. She has Dutch, Scottish, French and English ancestry. Her professional career started with modeling. Fonda even made it twice on the cover of Vogue magazine before becoming an actress. Slowly building her fame in 1950 returned a lot of success in 1960’s in movies, such as They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?, Barbarella, and Barefoot in the Park. In Barefoot in the Park, Fonda did scene, where she wears only white bra. Good opportunity for everyone to check closer on her body measurements from younger years.
|1.73 m, 5’8” (feet & inches)
|58 kg, 128 pounds
|Cup Size (US)
|Cup Size B
|Hourglass Body Shape
|Dress Size (US)
|Dress Size 6
|Shoe Size (US)
|Shoe Size 10
Though she says exercise is her number one beauty secret, Fonda has had a few different cosmetic surgeries over the years. At the beginning of her career, she decided to have breast implants and then a full facelift in her 40’s, with a second facelift in her 70’s.
Not only did breast implants make Jane Fonda feel uncomfortable, but she also says husband Ted Turner hated them. She admits to having some recent plastic surgery, but she worries that too many famous women are starting to look the same because they all have similar cosmetic surgeries.
Did she get a breast augmentation again? Fonda revealed she did not get breast implants in her ’70s, but she temporarily had prostheses on her body and loved the reaction she got from people for her fake breasts.
|Nose Job (Rhinoplasty)
|Boob Job (Breast Augmentation)
|Butt Lift (Buttock Lift)
|Tummy Tuck (Abdominoplasty)
Jane Fonda - Plastic Surgery Photos
Quotes by Jane Fonda
"I took every chance I could to meet with U.S. soldiers. I talked with them and read the books they gave me about the war. I decided I needed to return to my country and join with them - active duty soldiers and Vietnam Veterans in particular - to try and end the war."Jane Fonda
"What we view in the media - and who presents it to us - does so much to determine how we think, how we feel about ourselves, and how we view the world."Jane Fonda
"I remember saying goodbye to my father the night he left to join the Navy. He didn't have to. He was older than other servicemen and had a family to support but he wanted to be a part of the fight against fascism, not just make movies about it. I admired this about him."Jane Fonda
"Our youth deserve the opportunity to complete their high school and college education, free of early parenthood. Their future children deserve the opportunity to grow up in financially and emotionally stable homes. Our communities benefit from healthy, productive, well-prepared young people."Jane Fonda
"I don't want to make a cheap analysis, but when you have, like I did, a father incapable of showing emotion, who spends his life telling you that no one will love you if you aren't perfect, it leaves scars."Jane Fonda