Brendan Fraser was born on December 3, 1968. He completed his degree from Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle in 1990. Wanting to pursue acting, he began doing so in a small acting college in New York. He was supposed to attend a graduate school in Texas. He then stopped in Los Angeles on his way to Texas and decided to stay to work in movie productions. In 1991, he made his screen debut with the movie Dogfight. Shortly after, he was noticed for his role in Encino Man.
The rest of the ’90s saw him appear in the films Airheads and The Scout. He then played the titular role in George of the Jungle. His major breakthrough happened in 1999, courtesy of the box office hit The Mummy. In the 2000s, he starred in the films Bedazzled, The Mummy Returns, Crash, Journey to the End of the Night, and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. He continued his career in the 2010s, though less prominent and active as before, in the filmsA Case of You and Gimme Shelter. He also recently starred in the miniseries Texas Rising.
Has Brendan Fraser had Plastic Surgery?
The actor used to have huge fame in his name in the late ’90s and early 2000s. However, that fame diminished throughout time. Needless to say, he was not able to maintain his stardom unlike his contemporaries such as Brad Pitt and Keanu Reeves who still enjoy their A-list status in Hollywood. What happened to Brendan Fraser, whose charm once captured women’s attention years ago? Some said because the actor has not aged well. While there are men in Hollywood who just seem to be more attractive as they age, Fraser is the opposite.
Should he turn to plastic surgery to get back his youthful appeal? If the actor had undergone a cosmetic surgery, it would have to be hair transplant. Many have noticed Fraser’s thinning hair line and it was made worse by his wearing of hair pieces for his public appearances and recent acting gigs. However, some pointed out that the hair transplant the actor had undergone was not well executed. On the other hand, a hair restoration expert claimed it is not too late to correct this.