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Paul Reubens used to be a household name thanks to his successful children’s television show The Pee Wee Herman Show in the late 80s. Now, after years away from the limelight, Pee Wee is making a return and Make Me Heal wonders if plastic surgery is also playing a role.
Paul is now 57 and being disgraced from the small screen (he was ostracized after being caught in an x-rated theatre) has likely taken a toll on the iconic character and his appearance.
Many actors and actresses turn to plastic surgery to revitalize their careers, but Paul may be able to get away with aging naturally and relying on the heavy make-up Pee Wee Herman sports, rather than facelifts or injectables like Botox or Restylane.
Plastic surgeon Dr Sherrell J Aston says, “After reviewing the current pictures of Mr. Reuben’s I do not think that he has had any plastic surgery at this time. His youthful appearance is most likely from the stage makeup that he is wearing.”
Manhattan plastic surgeon Dr David Shafer says, “PeeWee Herman does not appear to have had any plastic surgery. He looks like he would benefit from Botox Cosmetic, upper and lower blepharoplasty (eyelids) and a moderate acid peel or laser resurfacing.”
Dr. Paul S. Nassif, a facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon and a rhinoplasty specialist says, “Pee Wee Herman is showing a few minor signs of aging. There are crow’s feet visible, and a few lines present on his face. It does not appear he had any work done to counteract these things. He appears to be wearing makeup in his photos, which may create the illusion of a younger appearance.”
When asked about the return of Pee Wee, Paul explains, “I want to make a big, giant, epic adventure movie based on Pee-Wee’s Playhouse. This [stage] show is what I did originally to have a career, so why not [do it again]?”
PeeWee isn’t coming back along, the show is also bringing back favorite characters, including Miss Yvonne, Cowboy Curtis and puppets Pterri the pterodactyl and Chairry the chair.
Paul says that the limited engagement show at Los Angeles’ Club Nokia is, “It’s going to be dazzling. It’s 80ish minutes of puppets talking and flying, and doing all kinds of technical things. No one’s ever seen this before.”
Make Me Heal wishes Paul the best of luck with his new future plans.
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