Biography and Interesting Facts
We all want to look our best, and Monica Raymund is no exception. The difference is: some of us are willing (and have the means) to undergo cosmetic surgery enhancement. Did Monica Raymund get plastic surgery to maintain her admirable looks?
Monica was born July 26, 1986 in St. Petersburg, Florida. She’s a graduate of prestigious Juilliard School. She has Dominican and Jewish ancestry. Raymund was married to a writer Neil Patrick Stewart from 2011 till 2014. In the year of divorce, she also re-declared on her Twitter account to be bisexual. Maria is famous through her appearances on Lie to Me, The Good Wife, and Chicago Fire.
Plastic Surgery Pictures
Do you believe Monica Raymund went under the knife? Sometimes it can be hard to tell if cosmetic surgery is truly involved.
Plastic Surgery History
Which plastic surgeries did Monica Raymund 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 Monica Raymund
"Little white lies are part of everyday life. If you're in court being charged with a felony, you're probably going to be tempted to lie. Or if your girlfriend asks you if the sweater she is wearing makes her look fat; you're going to lie because you love that person. There are different reasons and justifications to lie; it's human nature."- Monica Raymund
"Doing well in school was a cool thing to do when I was in high school, so I had a blast."- Monica Raymund
"Lie to Me' is one of the smartest shows on TV. We have something different, unique and new to say to the audience that they're not going to get from any other show."- Monica Raymund
"I was always involved in the arts from a young age. I started studying classical piano at age four as a student of the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music."- Monica Raymund
"I know it sounds silly, but it takes some time getting used to all the cameras in your face. I think it's like playing jazz. After I learn the rules, I can have fun and play a little bit."- Monica Raymund