How different actor Anna Faris looks after the boob job? Is she happy with the change after surgery?

News by Clarence Published on 23 Oct,2016 Updated on 23 Oct,2016

A very significant change can be seen in an American actress and producer, Anna Faris’ boobs nowadays. This is because of a surgery that she had about five years ago. Though she looked good before, this surgery has made her much beautiful than she was before, is something that she believes.

The plastic surgery has changed her breast size from an A cup to C and Anna is more than satisfied now. The famous actress who played a series of scary movie ‘House Bunny’ has brought a drastic change in her appearance with which she seems comfortable and looks sexy.

Anna was Quite Nervous About Her Sexuality Before

Anna Faris, who revealed that she was not a good lover, was very nervous about her sexuality before. The actress who married her second husband in 2009 hit the Hollywood party scene just some months after her breast enhancement.

Anna's first marriage with Ben Indra crumbled due to her fame that she earned at that time. After her divorce, she paid $900 thousand to Ben Indra as a part of the settlement. After she married comedy star Chris Patt in 2009, she starred in a movie called ‘What’s Your Number?’ where she set out to find the right husband from her 20 lovers.

Anna is Mostly Recognized as a Comedy Actress

Throughout her career, Anna has performed in numerous comedy films and therefore is known as a comedian. She debuted with a role of Cindy Campbell in 2000 film ‘Scary Movie’ which spawned a franchise of films. Her comedy movies include ‘The Hot Chick’ (2002), ‘Waiting…’ (2005), ‘Just Friends’ (2005) and ‘My Super Ex-Girlfriend’ (2006). Anna also was once nominated for Best Comedic Performance in MTV Movie Award.

Anna Kay Faris, who started her career from 1991, was born on 29th November 1976 in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S. She can also be known from ‘The Dictator’ where she played the role of Joey in 2012. Her latest movie is Keanu which released on 29 April 2016 and grossed just $20 million.