10 Celebs Who May (Or May Not) Have Had Plastic Surgery
Did they or didn’t they? We think some of these male celebrities may have had a little work done.
We are bombarded with images and opinions on how older female celebrities age. We pass judgment on their cosmetic procedures—equally aghast when they attempt to fight time as when they let nature takes its course. A woman in the public eye just can’t win.
But why not make the debate an equal opportunity?
Click through below for 10 male celebrities over 60, some of whom are simply blessed with good genes, a few who have opted for a little help from a needle and others have gone a bit too far under the knife. You decide for yourself who did what (or nothing at all) and if the end justifies the means.
Harrison Ford, 73, sporting a neatly trimmed beard (still a huge trend for men) shows no visible signs of cosmetic enhancement, which makes sense because neither Han Solo or Indiana Jones would approve.
Actor and tanning icon George Hamilton, 76, appears to have chosen some help from science to keep his face looking youthful (and to repair sun damage from all those St. Tropez weekends). And we love the silver hair!
Oscar winner Al Pacino, 76, who sports an amazing head of hair, is taking aging in stride, telling a reporter in 2013. “As long as I can find within myself to feel excited by something or challenged, that to me is all I need…so much variety has come into my life as I got older. I’ve had revelations and great insights that I didn’t have back then.”
John Travolta, 62, has had his share of criticism, from fumbling Idina Menzel’s name at the Oscars to his waxen portrayal of OJ attorney Robert Shapiro in The People Vs. OJ Simpson. And while there has been gossip about what he may have done to his face, looking at him lately, whatever he may or may not have done is working very well.
Singer Barry Manilow, 73, here wearing make up for a TV appearance, has always denied going under the knife, telling a report in 2014, “Plastic surgery? This is me at 70…I don’t know what the hell are they talking about.”
Country legend Kenny Rogers, 77, admitted in 2006 that his plastic surgery was a botched job, saying, “I’m not happy about it…It drives me crazy.”
Robert Duvall, 85, has allowed nature to take its course and it gives his performances the added wisdom and nuance only a face marked by living can do.
Vegas favourite Wayne Newton, 74, who has had the press comment on his “remarkably unlined and puffy face,” was a major heartthrob in the 70s.
Nominated for best supporting actor this year for his reprisal of Rocky Balboa, Sylvester Stallone, 69, has long been rumoured to have had plastic surgery several times over the years. From his jawline to his eyebrows the reports have come in. Whatever the truth, his career is poised for a major comeback.