Nicole Kidman is an American-Australian actress, producer and singer born on 20 June, 1967 in Honolulu, Hawaii. She was born while her Australian parents were temporarily in the USA – her father was a graduate student at University of Hawaii. The family returned to Australia when Kidman was four. She began her acting career at the age 16 with a role in film Bush Christmas. That performance helped her to get roles in movies like BMX Bandits and Vietnam, and US debut movie Dead Calm.
Nicole’s success came to recognition for her roles in Days of Thunder, Far and Away, Batman Forever, Moulin Rouge!, The Hours, To Die For, Eyes Wide Shut, Cold Mountain, The Interpreter and Australia. She was nominated for an Academy Award three times for Best Actress in a Leading Role, and won once for her performance in The Hours and thus became the first Australian actress to win the Best Actress Academy Award.
Currently, Nicole is filming Grace of Monaco, a biographical film where she plays the starring role of Grace Kelly.
Nicole admitted having Botox injected in her face but states that „…aside from sports and good nutrition, most things don’t make a difference.“ Even though she admits this, some speculate that she has done some facelifting too, because, they claim, that kind of change to her face could not be done solely by injecting Botox. Allegedly, she is familiar with lip fillers like Restylane, too. That is the assumption that critics made when they analyzed her upper lip in pictures.
When speaking of plastic surgery, excluding Botox injections, Nicole denies having any other procedure done – on her face. That statement rose some rumors that she has breast implants, but hasn’t stopped the rumors about her alleged rhinoplasty.
Nevermind the rumors, but the changes caused by Botox and other facial fillers are so obvious that it can’t be denied. But, has Nicole gone under the knife?