Elijah Wood Plastic Surgery Before and After

Born on January 28, 1981 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, U.S., Elijah Wood started his acting career as a child performer, making his theatrical debut in Back to the Future Part II in 1989. In the early to mid 1990s, he gained recognition for his performances in The Good Son and Flipper. He then proceeded to take teenage roles in The Ice Storm and Deep Impact in the late 1990s.

His most prominent role, however, was as Frodo Baggins in The Lord of the Rings film series, released subsequently from 2001 to 2003. This was followed by other notable performances in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind and Sin City. Apart from his career on the big screen, he also ventured into television, starring in Wilfred from 2011 to 2014, as well as start his own recording label Simian Records.

Has Elijah Wood had Plastic Surgery?

Elijah Wood has been with us since he was a kid. He has been in the industry for so long he practically grew up in Hollywood. Interestingly, people find it amazingly surprising that the actor hasn’t changed a bit. He’s already in his mid 30s now, but it looks like he’s still a teenager, like the cute teenager he was in Deep Impact. Could his short build contribute to giving him the illusion of teenage youth? Guess his height has nothing to do with why he looks so young now. It’s just really seems that he’s not affected by the ill effects of time.

Also, could it be because he takes care of himself so well that he can easily and naturally maintain his youthful charm, or could it be something else? Like plastic surgery? Because he doesn’t seem to significantly age, rumors of plastic surgery is inevitable. After all, it’s always pointed as the culprit whenever a celebrity looks suspiciously good, or even when a celebrity looks so messed-up. So, what’s Elijah Wood’s case? Thus far, it doesn’t seem like he’s had any cosmetic procedures. He’s just really lucky he’s got good genes.

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