Twenty years ago Emilio Estevez made film after film as part of the 1980′s “brat pack.” Now that the 45-year old actor is a director, spending time behind the camera rather than in front of it, the son of legendary actor Martin Sheen and brother of Charlie Sheen, has ironically had several plastic surgeries to change his appearance as he directs films rather than stars in them.
In the 1980′s, Emilio was at the top of his popularity, starring in movies left and right as the handsome hero. He no longer looks like his former youthful self and even plastic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn has also taken note of his altered and awkward appearance.
As people age, their eyelids start to sag and the eyes puff out, but Emilio has hollows under his eyes, and very arched brows, giving him an extremely wide-eyed appearance, indicating a possible browlift. His nose also seems straighter and with a more rounded tip than his days in The Breakfast Club, indicating a potential rhinoplasty (nose job). Also, his cheeks are remarkably full for a middle-aged man, indicating the possible use of an injectable filler to add volume. Overall his appearance is nearly wrinkle-free, from the lack of furrows on his forehead to the lack of crow’s feet around the eyes and even less pronounced nasolabial folds (those are the smile lines that emanate from the corners of the mouth to the edges of the nose) than he had when he was in his 20’s, further indicating the use of injectable fillers such as Botox, Restylane, and Juvederm to iron out his wrinkles.
Make Me Heal can only hope that his future in both movies and plastic surgery come out better than his past attempts.
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