It’s been many years since Jennifer Grey acted in Dirty Dancing. So it was time to see how things were going with Frances ‘Baby’ Houseman’s interpreter. Jennifer Grey was only 27 when she became world-famous for her role in Dirty Dancing and says she still has the time of her life. Still, after all the success of the movie, Jennifer fell into a bit of anonymity and she says it’s because of her plastic surgery. She had a nose job in 1989, which backfired in her career. Jennifer: “I walked into the operating room like a celebrity star and came out completely consonant. The procedure went really bad. Now I’m an actress I was once a celebrity but nobody knew after plastic surgery.” In this post, we’ll take Jennifer Grey’s plastic surgery journey; read on!
Jennifer Grey is an American actress. She is still remembered by millions for her role as Frances (Baby) in the 1987 movie Dirty Dancing. She was born in Manhattan, New York, to actor Joel Grey and singer Jo Wilder. Grey, who married actor Clark Gregg in 2001, has a daughter named Stella, whom she gave birth to in the same year.
Yes, Jennifer Grey had plastic surgery that went badly. But the original looks and charm (that distinctive nose) that made movies such as Ferris Bueller’s Day Off (1986) and Dirty Dancing (1987) a huge success is gone, and she has a chance to become one of Hollywood’s top actresses.
As Grey rose to fame with back-to-back hits in 1986 and 1987, she made the worst decision to change her career path. She had a nose job (Rhinoplasty) that made her completely unrecognizable. It was a dual procedure as she killed the knife a second time to correct what she believed was wrong in the first operation, but her original face was gone.
She wasn’t ugly, she actually looked very cute in her new look, but her innocence and career were also at risk. This influential face, which has attracted millions of people around the world, has disappeared without a trace. Grey completely considered taking on a new identity, as her neighbour could barely recognize her. The actress decided to get rid of the nose, for which she thought that she had spoiled her whole life and decided to have a Rhinoplasty.