Biography and Interesting Facts
Stockard Channing’s body statistics and plastic surgery facts are all here! Check out her height, weight, shoe size, and whether she has undergone cosmetic surgery!
Channing has been married and divorced a total of four times. Her first marriage was in 1963 to sculptor and venture capitalist Walter Channing Jr.; the pair separated in 1967. Next, in 1970, she wed Slavic languages professor Paul Schmidt, whom she divorced in 1976. Channing was then married to writer-producer David Debin from 1976 to 1980. She was with her fourth husband, businessman David Rawle, from 1980 to 1988. Following this, Channing was in a longterm relationship with cinematographer Daniel Gillham; the two were together from 1990 until Gillham’s passing in 2014. Channing has no children.
Stockard Channing is an American actress who has a net worth of $15 million dollars. Stockard Channing rose to fame in the 70s with her performances in the films “The Fortune” and “Grease.” She went on to have a prolific career in both film and on television, with credits including “Six Degrees of Separation,” “Up Close & Personal,” “Anything Else,” “The West Wing,” and “The Good Wife.” Channing has also had an incredibly successful career on stage, winning a Tony Award for her performance in the 1985 Broadway revival of “A Day in the Death of Joe Egg.”
Plastic Surgery History
Vartan Mardirossian, she likely had fillers in her lips and cheeks as well. He also think she may have gotten “Botox for the forehead” and “likely a upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty.” Stockard has never admitted to getting any plastic surgery procedures done, but she has opened up about her still-booming career.
Which plastic surgeries did Stockard Channing do on the body? Check out known facts in the table below!
- It is also called rhinoplasty, nose surgery.
- This includes breast enlargement, breast augmentation, breast lift.
- It is also called lip augmentation.
Inspirational Quotes by Stockard Channing
"It would be interesting if this sitcom works, so I could be doing one thing all the time instead of going back and forth between all this different media which I sort of thrive on, I'm a bit of a moving target in that way."- Stockard Channing
"You don't want to play a character you can't inhabit or commit to fully."- Stockard Channing
"I think the end of last year when we were aware of that transition was for everyone in their own way kind of bittersweet, but it's also what the show's about, one administration ends and another begins."- Stockard Channing
"I think that's the phenomenon of our time is that a lot of women keep themselves in good shape but that there's not a lot of accommodation or people out there to connect with and the technology."- Stockard Channing
"It's funny, I had dinner with my dear friend John Spencer last night and I'm not in the first episode, but he's at the beginning of it and he was telling me about it and I thought this sounds very hot because I think this is definitely the last year of West Wing."- Stockard Channing