Henry Cavill, was born Henry William Dalgliesh Cavill on May 5, 1983 on the Bailiwick of Jersey in the Channel Islands. He studied in a private school called St. Michael’s Preparatory School in Saint Saviour, Jersey and Stowe School in Buckinghamshire, England. He started acting at a young age when he joined his school play of Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and Hamlet. He also played the role of Sonny in “Grease”. At 17, he was discovered by casting directors who saw his performance at school and asked him to play the role of Albert Mondego in the movie titled The Count of Monte Cristo (2002).
Cavill pursued his acting career after the film and went on to appear in TV shows such as BBC’s “The Inspector Lynley Mysteries” and “Midsummer Murders” (2003). He starred in the TV film Goodbye, Mr. Chips (2002) and has done a lot of movie projects from then on including Red Riding Hood (2006). Today, fans of the comic superhero know him as Superman in Man of Steel (2013). He was the first non-American actor to play Superman.
Has Henry Cavill had Plastic Surgery?
What sets Henry apart from our daily dose of celebrities exposed to plastic surgery rumors is that, it’s not just his face that the media suspects he had work on. It’s the superhero’s chiseled abs and well-defined chest that has roused rumors of him getting the enhancements. Of course, the actor has done his hard work at the gym but certain procedures allow some men to get the same results with less time and effort by going under the knife.
With the superhero sequel Justice League now in production, it has been rumored that Cavill had done pectoral implantation. This is one of the easiest way to help men with less than normal chest development to achieve the chest size they desire. He may have also gotten male chest augmentation.