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  • Peter O'toole, Plastic Surgery, EyelidPeter O’Toole, the celebrated thespian and hunk who rose to fame in the 1962 film “Lawrence of Arabia”, obviously still cares about his look and appears to dabble in Botox for his red carpet apperances. The eight-time Oscar nominee and this year’s nominee for Best Actor (“Venus”) manages to have a smooth forehead free of any deep horizontal wrinkles, frown lines, and glabellar lines (the lines between the eyebrows) that typically grace the face of a man of 74 years of age (as seen in this February 5, 2007 photos from Wireimage). These age-defying feats are typically the outcome of recent Botox injections. Additionally, it is quite possible that O’Toole’s “open” eyes, the lack of undereye bags, and lack of hooding of skin over his eyes is the result of a previous blepharoplasty. Fellow member of the Make Me Heal Oscar Coverage team plastic surgeon Anthony Youn had a few words to say about O’Toole: “Peter O’Toole’s smooth forehead could be a sign of recent Botox injections. In addition to a minimum of wrinkles in the forehead, the Oscar nominated actor also appears to have retraction of his lower eyelids. This can be the result of scar tissue or too much skin being removed during a blepharoplasty. It can create dry eyes and the look of the lower eyelids being drawn downward.” Having inspected various photos of O’Toole from different time periods, it appears that O’Toole’s blepharoplasty was done in the early to mid 1980′s. Nevertheless, the cosmetic work is subtle and does not in any way make O’Toole look overdone.

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    5 Comments so far

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    2. buzzardbill on March 23, 2010 2:15 pm

      I’ve just gone on a peter o’toole movie bender-lawrence of arabia, lord jim, the ruling class=and thought i noticed a foot/ankle anomaly. does he have a deformity, minor or otherwise?

    3. Meg55 on July 7, 2010 7:46 pm

      I think he does look ‘overdone’ – definitely. In fact I got here by googling ‘Peter O’Toole botox’ after watching him in Dean Spanley and thinking that lack of wrinkles was very suspect in a supposedly 70+ man. I was sure, and I was right. It just looks silly and undignified in a man his age and does nothing to add to his attractiveness and certainly not his acting!

    4. Elizabeth on January 19, 2011 3:06 pm

      I was just watching Peter O’Toole in the tv show “The Tudors” and he was ENTIRELY UNRECOGNIZABLE to me, save for his wonderful speaking voice! He looks nothing like his former handsome self. I am saddened that he chose to go the route of plastic surgery. We have lost an ‘international treasure’ – his once aging-yet-oh-so-beautiful-and-instantly-recognizable face. I could pass him on the street and not even notice him now – so sad.

    5. June Marshall on June 23, 2018 12:35 pm

      I think Peter looked beautiful all through his life, plastic surgery or not. He was so beautiful in Lawrence of Arabia but he grew more attractive with his craggy face. When he was 66 on Letterman’s show for an interview he looked just as lovely as when he was Lawrence. He has charm and good looks and a wonderful personality and a great actor we ought to be proud of.

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