Linda Tripp, as shown on American Crime Story, had plastic surgery?
Tripp did undergo several plastic surgery surgeries beginning in late 1999. She informed the National Enquirer that West Hollywood plastic surgeon Geoffrey Keyes conducted a nose job, chin tuck, neck reduction, face peel, and liposuction on her.
Tripp admitted that she went under the knife to improve her appearance for her future wiretapping trial in Maryland. However, it appears that she was bullied over her appearance due to the revelations and media interference.
Tripp’s portrayal by John Goodman on Saturday Night Live in 1990 is just one example of the media mockery he faced. However, in American Crime Story, Linda is shown watching a Saturday Night Live parody and claims to have been bullied as a teenager, with kids calling her “Gus” after NBA player Gus Johnson.
She’s untangling the emotional weight of portraying Linda Tripp, the former White House secretary. The latter disclosed the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky affair for the FX series “Impeachment: American Crime Story,” in her backyard’s eating nook under the July sky. Tripp’s gravitational pull hasn’t decreased even though filming ended less than 24 hours ago. It’s not likely to happen anytime soon, according to Paulson.
After completing back-to-back TV projects, she began her preparations in earnest in the fall of 2019: first as Nurse Ratched, one of fiction’s most memorable villains, in Netflix’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” origin story “Ratched,” and then as Alice Macray, a composite character in FX on Hulu’s “Mrs. America,” a limited series about the fight to pass the Equal Rights Amendment in the 1970s. Before the COVID-19 epidemic halted Hollywood productions, filming on “Impeachment” was set to commence in March 2020. Paulson has spent nearly two years engrossed in Tripp, with five months of initial preparation, eight months of delays, and ten months of filming.