Male plastic surgery is becoming more commonplace, but the Best Supporting Actor Nominations for 2013 seem to be keeping it natural. Not that the gentleman below couldn’t do with a little Botox or laser treatments to help rid them of a gentle wrinkle or two.
Christoph Waltz, “Django Unchained”
56-year old Christoph Waltz has fallen on Makemeheal.com’s radar before, thanks to his excellent acting abilities. However, his latest nomination hasn’t changed him as he looks as natural as he did in years past (See Make Me Heal’s story on Chrisoph Waltz’s plastic surgery).
Philip Seymour Hoffman, “The Master”
45-year old Philip Seymour Hoffman is the youngest nominee in his category, but he doesn’t look to have had even preventive procedures. Rather he uses his unorthodox for Hollywood looks to snag some very interesting roles (See Make Me Heal’s story on Philip Seymour Hoffman’s plastic surgery).
Robert De Niro, “Silver Linings Playbook”
69-year old Robert De Niro is a Hollywood legend, winning Oscars and receiving nominations left and right. Still, despite his many different interests, plastic surgery doesn’t look to be one of them, given his deep wrinkles and frown lines (See Make Me Heal’s story on Robert De Niro’s plastic surgery).
Alan Arkin, “Argo”
78-year old Alan Arkin is a very versatile talent, appearing in dramas and comedies alike over his long career. Despite existing in the very appearance-focused land of Hollywood for so long, Alan doesn’t look to have been tempted by so much as a hair transplant over the years.
Tommy Lee Jones, “Lincoln”
66-year old Tommy Lee Jones looks pretty rough around the edges, which suit his roles as a tough guy. But with the bags below his eyes and the deep wrinkles in his face and forehead, it can be hard to tell whether or not the multi-time Oscar nominee is angry or not (See Make Me Heal’s story on Tommy Lee Jones’s plastic surgery).
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