Ewing's condition led to a string of devastating experiences with plastic surgery that only made things worse.
American TV and movie actor Reid Ewing has revealed that he has struggled with body dysmorphic disorder his entire life, and has detailed the horrifying consequences of his former addiction to plastic surgery.
The 27 year old actor, most famous for his recurring role in ABC’s ‘Modern Family’ as Dylan, revealed in a blog for the Huffington Post that he first approached a plastic surgeon in 2008 just after he had moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career at the age of 19.
Reid Ewing, of 'Modern Family', revealed he suffers from body dysmorphic disorder
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