Did Kevin Costner Undergo Plastic Surgery? Body Measurements and More!
It’s only natural to want to look captivating. So what plastic surgeries has Kevin Costner endured to achieve this goal? We have collected all plastic surgery information below, whether it’s a facelift, boob job, or anything else.
Kevin Costner is an American actor known for roles in the films The Untouchables, Field of Dreams, and Bull Durham. He has won two Academy Awards, three Golden Globe Awards, and one Emmy Award, and has been nominated for three BAFTA Awards. Born as Kevin Michael Costner in Lynwood, California, Kevin is the third child of Bill Costner, a ditch digger and ultimately an electric line servicer for Southern California Edison, and Sharon Costner, a welfare worker. His ancestry includes English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh, German, and Swiss-German. He has four sons and three daughters.
Costner married Cindy Silva, his college sweetheart, after they graduated in 1978. They share three children together. After 16 years of marriage, Costner and Silva divorced in 1994. He then dated and had a son with Bridget Rooney. He also has dated Birgit Cunningham and Elle Macpherson. In 2004, Costner married model and handbag designer Christine Baumgartner; they have three children together.
We have gathered all body measurements and statistics of Kevin Costner, including bra size, cup size, shoe size, height, body shape, and weight.
|1.85 m, 6’0” (feet & inches)
|82 kg, 181 pounds
|Shoe Size (US)
Costner has gone under the knife, but not for any cosmetic changes, as the actor had three rounds of surgery in 2015 to fix a long-term knee problem.
Which plastic surgery procedures have Kevin Costner done? Below we have compiled a list of all known facts about the stars beauty enhancements:
"I've had some movies that have been ridiculed, but that's OK with me. I don't feel that really defines me. Should I change who I am to be popular?"
"When I read Thirteen Days I was moved by it. It was just a great time for the world, in terms of looking back in history and seeing how we got ourselves into trouble and how we got ourselves out of trouble."
"We stand our best chance of leaving a legacy to those who want to learn, our children, by standing firm. In matters of style, hey, swing with the stream. But in matters of principle, you need to stand like a rock."
"You have to pick the stories that you want to be involved with and the end game is you'd like to be a part of a hit. But I think your moral obligation is to follow your own heart."
"You're this rat in the American maze, working your way towards the cheese, which is a job."