New Moon Star Ashley Greene: Nose Redux?New Moon’s Ashley Greene has a career dating back to TV gigs. But it seems she may have joined the Twilight series with one key facial change.
New Moon co-star Ashley Greene played Alice Cullen in Twilight, and is set to play her again in the third installment, Eclipse. Green originally wanted to be a model, but actually began her acting career in 2005 – on an episode of Punk’d. The distance between Punk’d and Twilight makes it fair to say she’s come a far distance in a short while.
But, the sexy vamp may have sped things along with a few cosmetic shortcuts, including a rhinoplasty. Some look at recent photos and say her current nose is narrow, with a tip that appears a bit mashed.
“From the photographs I can see, it appears that Ms. Greene has had a rhinoplasty and the tip has been over-operated and is symmetrical,” surgeon Dr. Sherrell Aston told MakeMeHeal.com. “She should be able to get an excellent improvement with a secondary rhinoplasty performed by with someone who has a great deal of experience with nasal surgery.”
It may also be fair to say rhinoplasty isn’t a cosmetic procedure with slow traffic. Not among celebrities, at least, where it can be one of the first operations they choose. New Moon co-star Robert Pattinson, who plays Edward Cullen, is also rumored to have had rhinoplasty. But, that is not the only thing the two have in common — both vampire stars also attempted to begin their careers in modeling.
“When I first started I was quite tall and looked like a girl, so I got lots of jobs, because it was during that period where the androgynous look was cool,” he told Closer magazine. “Then, I guess, I became too much of a guy, so I never got any more jobs. I had the most unsuccessful modeling career.”
Pattinson’s words make he and Greene appear to be torn from the same cloak. Clearly, among youngsters who don’t cut it as models, the perfect career shelter is movies about love among vampires — with perfect faces.