The contenders for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar haven’t had plastic surgery, but that doesn’t mean they couldn’t benefit from a few nips and tucks
Christian Bale (The Fighter)
37-year old Christian Bale has gained quite a reputation for getting very into the roles he plays, whether he’s starring in a comic-book based epic or a drama and he’s done it all without plastic surgery. However, he may want to consider a nose job in the future, although it is possible that he has already had one.
Sarasota, Florida Plastic Surgeon J. David Holcomb, MD has never treated Christian Bale as a patient but told Makemeheal.com, “As we age the skin over the nose sometimes thins a bit such that the underlying cartilage structures become increasingly prominent. So while he may not be inclined now rhinoplasty might be a consideration in the future…”
Miami plastic surgeon Dr. Michael Salzhauer says, “Christian Bale may have had a nose job or Rhinoplasty cosmetic surgery. The tip of his nose has a very defined point. He also appears to treat his forehead with Botox giving him a very smooth look to his face.”
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon and Rhinoplasty Specialist in Beverly Hills, California says, “Christian Bale does not appear to have had any surgical procedures performed to his face. He has a natural look, and would not benefit from any surgical or non-surgical procedures.”
John Hawkes (Winter’s Bone)
52-year old John Hawkes isn’t a household name, but his outstanding performances has made him a favorite of film critics and has earned him a Supporting Actor nomination for his role in Winter’s Bone. John looks remarkably well preserved for his age, but if he wanted to look even better, he could consider having an eyelid lift as well as some fillers like Juvederm or Restylane injected into the parentheses around his mouth.
Dr. Nassif says, “John Hawkes does not appear to have had any procedures performed to his face. There is a possibility he had Botox at one point, but that is all. His look is natural, and any future work he chooses to have performed is a personal decision.”
Dr. Salzhauer says, “It does not appear that John Hawkes has had any cosmetic enhancements to his appearance. He may consider tightening up the skin around his eyes and some dermal fillers to the nasolabial folds, or laugh lines, to freshen up his look.”
Jeremy Renner (The Town)
40-year old Jeremy Renner is gearing up for his second Oscar nomination for his work in The Town. While Jeremy has become a film favorite, it appears his handsome looks are all natural and not the result of plastic surgery over the years. If Jeremy was interested in improving his appearance for the red carpet, he could use a little Juvederm or Restylane to augment his upper lip, which is a little thin.
Dr. Nassif says, “Jeremy Renner does not appear to have had any work performed to his face, and would not benefit from any procedures at this time.”
Dr. Salzhauer says, “It does not appear that Jeremy Renner has done any cosmetic enhancements to his face. His lips are very thin and he may want to add a tiny bit of dermal filler to them, especially his upper lip.
Mark Ruffalo (The Kids are All Right)
43-year old Mark Ruffalo is up for his first Oscar nomination thanks to his role as a sperm donor in The Kids are All Right. The rom-com favorite may be using a hit of Botox and fillers like Restylane and Juvederm to stay youthful, but he may want to consider using just a touch more around the eyes or having some eyelid surgery to help lift the lids and open up his peepers.
Dr. Nassif says, ” Mark Ruffalo may have had Botox and facial fillers. It is not evident he had any additional work performed to his face.”
Dr. Salzhauer says, “It does not appear that Mark Ruffalo has done any cosmetic enhancements to his face. He may want to tighten up the skin around his eyes to give him a refreshed and more youthful look, or a bit of Botox can lift his eyebrows and give him some improvement.”
Geoffrey Rush (The King’s Speech)
59-year old Geoffrey Rush has already won an Oscar for his role in Shine, but the multi-nominated actor has again been chosen by the Academy for his excellent work in The King’s Speech. Geoffrey Rush looks a little older than some of his peers and some judicious plastic surgery could help him freshen up and look a little younger. A facelift and necklift could take care of the deeper wrinkles around his face, while eyelid surgery could eliminate his sagging eyelids. By finishing up with Botox and fillers like Sculptra or Radiesse, he could look considerably younger. Although facelift and necklift take a while to heal, there is still time for Geoffrey to get at least an eyelid lift and fillers before the big night.
Dr. Nassif says, “Geoffrey Rush does not appear to have had any plastic surgery performed to his face. He may benefit from a facelft, a necklift, Botox, facial fillers, and a blepharoplasty. These procedures may enhance his look, and give him a fresher and more youthful appearance.”
Dr. Salzhauer says, “It does not appear that Geoffrey Rush has done any cosmetic enhancements to his face. He may want to tighten up the skin around his eyes to give him a refreshed and more youthful look if he had at least a week to heal. Botox to his upper face and dermal fillers to fill in some of the lines could make a significant improvement to smooth out his face and make him look years younger.”
Makemeheal.com looks forward to seeing how the nominees for Best Supporting Actor turn out at the upcoming Oscar ceremony.
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