Biography and Interesting Facts
Check out Jessica Barden plastic surgery pictures, facts and rumors below.
Jessica was born 21 July 1992 in Northallerton, United Kingdom and studied at the Wetherby High School. She played couple roles as a kid but her career really skyrocketed around 2012. Barden appeared for example in In the Dark Half, Mindhorn, and The Outcast. But she is currently most famous thanks to Netflix series The End of the F***ing World where she plays one of the main characters.
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Do you believe Jessica Barden went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.
Plastic Surgery History
It is known that Jessica Barden has completely natural breasts. But which plastic surgeries did she do to her body? Check out the table below!
|Plastic Surgery Procedures|
|Breast enhancement/boob job**||No|
|Abdominoplasty / Tummy tuck||Unknown|
|Butt implants/ Butt lift||Unknown|
|Other (gynecomastia surgery, otoplasty***, neck lift, eyelid surgery, eye surgery, eye lift)||Unknown|
* It is also called rhinoplasty, nose surgery.
** This includes breast enlargement ,breast augmentation, breast lift.
*** Another word for ear surgery.
**** It is also called lip augmentation.
Inspirational Quotes by Jessica Barden
Being an actress, I want to play people that are not like me or the characters I’ve previously played. It’s easier to get roles if you play a certain type of character but I don’t want to do that.Jessica Barden
And if I have kids one day, I can tell them that I was famous on Instagram, which is really funny, and they will think that I’m really lame. Everything is temporary.Jessica Barden
I was the last person to experience everything. I didn’t really waste time worrying about fitting in or going to parties, because I looked very young for my age and wouldn’t have fit in even if I tried.Jessica Barden
I have a fear of people… Some days you just don’t really want the attention of everybody looking at you. And it makes you feel insecure.Jessica Barden
There isn’t a right or wrong way to be depressed, anxious, or struggle with PTSD. Mental health challenges manifest differently for different people, and it’s important that people see that on-screen.Jessica Barden