Biography and Interesting FactsCheck out Rachel Bloom plastic surgery pictures, facts and rumors below. Rachel was born April 3, 1987 in Los Angeles, California into a Jewish family. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Drama at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts. She played on several TV shows, such as Allen Gregory, BoJack Horseman, and Robot Chicken. As of 2015, she has a role of Rebecca Bunch in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Bloom is married to Dan Gregor.
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Do you believe Rachel Bloom went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.
Plastic Surgery HistoryIt is known that Rachel Bloom 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|
Inspirational Quotes by Rachel Bloom
"Musical theater is an American genre. It started really, in America, as a combination of jazz and operetta; most of the great musical theater writers in the golden era are American. I think that to do a musical is a very American thing to me."- Rachel Bloom
"You create your own material to try to get it out there because a lot of people are multi-hyphenates, to use the corporate term. You're creating stuff to be in in order to showcase all your talents. I think the idea of using YouTube and the Internet, you don't have to wait around for a network to buy your show."- Rachel Bloom
"Fashion has always been a source of stress for me because I don't know how to dress myself. I'm short-torsoed with big boobs, and I don't really understand what a belt does. But you get on these shows, and people fit the clothing to you, and suddenly you learn, 'Oh, I should be wearing petite jackets.'"- Rachel Bloom
"I think in a lot of network television, everyone's vaguely Protestant and doesn't really go to church so they can be 'relatable.'"- Rachel Bloom
"Jewish, black, Filipino, whatever the specificity is, it's specificity that makes a good story. And I think people are tired of seeing the same old shtick on network television. It's just a group of white people hanging out talking about their jobs. Who cares? We've seen that."- Rachel Bloom